- v.发明，创造( invent的现在分词 ); 编造;
Not once have the workers of our factory succeeded in inventing new machines, but many times.
Crusoe spent his time as a castaway building and inventing.
People are inventing new sports or games all the time.
The worker who inventing that machine is just standing there.
What purpose would there be in their inventing these stories?
Edison had a great aptitude for inventing things.
He found himself inventing such impressively nonsensical propositions.
You think, I dare say, that our chief job is inventing new words.
我敢说, 你肯定觉得, 我们主要在那儿造新词.
You cannot get money by inventing or imagining it.
The scientists are working on inventing some new methods of producing electricity.
He it dive by inventing the scuba diving machine.
The scientists are still working on inventing new methods of curing cancer.
Organizing and inventing professional authors through the overseas cooperating companies.
Better at adapting than inventing well in collaboration with others.
As Chen became more experienced, however, he stopped imitating and started inventing.