- n.沼泽地; 泥潭; 无法脱身的困境;
- 复数: quagmires;
His people had fallen further and further into a quagmire of confusion.
We have no intention of being drawn into a political quagmire.
My wellingtons got stuck in a quagmire.
He who tries to conceal his fault for fear of criticism will sink deeper and deeper in the quagmire of errors.
Rain had turned the grass into a quagmire.
Moreover, numerous agencies have the power to monitor and block shipments, creating a bureaucratic quagmire.
另外, 有很多机构具有监视货物及退货的权力, 造成了官僚主义泛滥.
They despaired stuck in the eternal quagmire.
On their way was a quagmire which was difficult to get over.
——英汉非文学 - 民俗
The heavy rain had turned the pitch into a quagmire.
After the rain, the football pitch is a real quagmire.
I ensconced in the quagmire of life to find time for simple pleasures anymore.
These talks, which began in 2001, long ago a quagmire.
这些说辞, 从2001年开始, 很早就陷入了泥潭.
I fell into a self, full of innocence a quagmire.
Afghanistan: Can the U.S. Avoid a Quagmire?
William James called this view a " quagmire of evasion. "
威廉·詹姆士将这一观点称为 “ 推诿的泥潭 ”.
Today, you are prisoners of your own quagmire.
Another potential quagmire is foreign policy.
Here standard setters'quest for intellectual consistency will run into a political quagmire.
Napoleon also inadvertently fall the quagmire of time, have been made allthe mud, mood.
拿破仑也因一时不慎掉入泥潭中, 被弄得满身泥巴, 狼狈不堪.
The market rose in after abnormal decline, the more prices fall more into a quagmire.
1. a soft wet area of low-lying land that sinks underfoot