- n.壁凹( recess的名词复数 ); （工作或业务活动的）中止或暂停期间; 学校的课间休息; 某物内部的凹形空间;
- v.把某物放在墙壁的凹处( recess的第三人称单数 ); 将（墙）做成凹形，在（墙）上做壁龛; 休息，休会，休庭;
He emerged from the dark recesses of the garage.
From the recesses of his coat Richard produced a bottle of champagne.
I could see the inmost recesses.
The recesses are decorated with gold stars, with smaller stars painted along the edges.
There was something in the darker recesses of his unconscious that was troubling him.
I had continually pushed my doubts to the darker recesses of my mind.
The rotor has recesses in its three faces between the lobes.
I pushed the problem down into the dim recesses of my mind.
Those who love nature always desire to penetrate into its utmost recesses.
Their light penetrates to dark comers, and is capable of reaching to inmost recesses.
I could keep my passion pure by concealing it in the inmost recesses of my heart.
We thought that the deep recesses of space could use a feminine touch.
The deity was hidden in the deepest recesses of the temple.
He was probing the deepest darkest recesses of her soul.
Like a seed, life is hidden in the recesses of life.