- 美[ rɪˈstreɪnd]
- v.抑制( restrain的过去式); 管制; 制止; 控制;
The prisoner had to be restrained by the police.
The costumes and lighting in the play were restrained.
In the circumstances he felt he'd been very restrained.
Her black suit was restrained and expensive.
Gladys wanted to ask, "Aren't you angry with him?" But she restrained herself from doing so.
Her manner was commendably restrained.
The decor is tasteful and restrained.
Livy thought Caroline's greeting seemed a little restrained.
The ambassador's comments on the US decision were relatively restrained.
In spite of his anger, his remarks were restrained.
The man lost his temper and had to be restrained from violence by neighbors who held his arms.
With an effort, he restrained himself.
I thought she was remarkably restrained in the circumstances.
His face firmed and he spoke with restrained anger.
In her enthusiasm was visible, but It'seemed always suppressed and restrained.
She restrained tears with difficulty.
The dog was restrained from attacking the man.
Toward women he was nobly restrained and chivalrous.
While the report was restrained, excitement among Martin and his Harlow colleagues was at fever pitch.
Bouquet: Lovely fruit on nose, restrained and very elegant.
气味: 令人欣喜的果香, 既含蓄又非常优雅.
He's likely to land in hot water unless restrained by wiser counsel.
Instead she toyed with creative, ambitious and brilliant, finally settling for something a shade more restrained.
相反,她考虑用富有创造性 、 志向远大和聪明, 最终接受了几个略微谦虚一些的词.
They were restrained by a prohibition in their charter.
When this state of perception is itself also restrained ( or superseded ), then is pure Samadhi achieved.
当这种感觉被自身真知得以察觉, 那么纯意识的三摩地状态 ( 种子冥想态 ) 是真一.
His gesture restrained me.
Passengers and restrained the man and puttedput out the fire caused by a mixture of explosives.
The FBI said she had to be restrained during a London to Washington flight.
1. cool and formal in manner
2. under restraint
3. marked by avoidance of extravagance or extremes;
"moderate in his demands"
"restrained in his response"
4. not showy or obtrusive;
"clothes in quiet good taste"
5. free from ostentation or pretension;
"the restrained elegance of the room"