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  • 简明词典(词霸)
  • 柯林斯词典
  • 牛津词典
  • pittance

    GRE

    • [ˈpɪtns]
    • [ˈpɪtns]

    释义

    • n.
      少量; 少许; 微薄的工资; 少量的收入
  • 词态变化

    • 复数: pittances;
  • 实用场景例句

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    • 微薄的工资

    NIV You sold your people for a pittance, gaining nothing from their sale.

    12[和合]你17卖了你的子民, 也不赚利;所得的价值,并不加添你的资财.

    期刊摘选

    They work all day for a mere pittance.

    他们为了一点微薄的收入而整日工作.

    期刊摘选

    The peasant laboured for a mere pittance.

    农民仅仅是为了微不足道的收入而辛苦地劳作.

    期刊摘选

    The widow must live on her slender pittance.

    那寡妇只能靠自己微薄的收入过活.

    辞典例句

    Neither set of lenders was paid more than a pittance.

    所有的债权人谁都不比谁多得到一个子儿.

    期刊摘选

    She could barely survive on the pittance she received as a widow's pension.

    她靠着极少的孤寡抚恤金仅够糊口.

    期刊摘选

    The Communists seized all private property, and employers provided workers with subsidized housing a pittance.

    共产党掌握着所有个人财产, 企业向员工提供补贴住房,员工只需缴纳微薄的费用.

    期刊摘选

    You sold your people for a pittance, gaining nothing from their sale.

    你卖了你的子民, 也不赚利.所得的价值,并不加添你的资财.

    期刊摘选

    Her secretaries work tirelessly for a pittance.

    她的秘书们为一点微薄的工资不知疲倦地工作。

    辞典例句

    to pay sb a pittance

    付给某人菲薄的工资

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  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. an inadequate payment;

      "they work all day for a mere pittance"

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  • 同义词

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