- 复数: shillings;
Shilling has been reborn as an artist.
He handed each of them a shilling.
Boats for hire: one shilling an hour.
Every penny was hard earned, and every shilling was kept until I had to spend it.
In the old days you could get a pint of beer for a shilling.
He gave the boys a shilling apiece.
There are only one shilling and two sixpences in my purse.
I will go you a shilling.
In England he had seized a great mining corporation without investing a shilling.
I can't help you any more. Every shilling of my money is tied up.
The governor will not give you a shilling to start you in London.
I bet you a shilling he has forgotten.
I bet people will pay a shilling to see this.
The old woman disliked her eldest son, and she cut him off with a shilling.
And one shilling threepence change.
I never borrowed a shilling in my life.
If I give you a shilling, we shall be all square.
A shilling life will give you all the fact.
He put the shilling into the soldier's hand.
Dear pig, are you willing to sell for one shilling for your ring?
When I gave the beggar a shilling his face lit up.
His father cut her off without a shilling when she refused to obey him.
After he could speak, the rich man thanked the soldier, and only took out a shilling.
等到可以说话以后, 这个有钱人对战士表示了谢意, 然后仅仅拿出了一先令.
Are you quite sure it was this grating the shilling was lost down?
“你敢肯定那个先令是从这个格栅掉下去的 吗 ?”
I allow a shilling a week to each of the boys.
If you had seen these clothes after — but, as the shilling shockers say, we anticipate.
如果事后你见到了这些衣服—但是, 用一句廉价惊险小说里的话说,此是后话, 暂且按下来不表.
My grandfather was so irritated at her disobedience, he cut her off without a shilling.
1. the basic unit of money in Uganda; equal to 100 cents
2. the basic unit of money in Tanzania; equal to 100 cents
3. the basic unit of money in Somalia; equal to 100 cents
4. the basic unit of money in Kenya; equal to 100 cents
5. a former monetary unit in Great Britain
6. an English coin worth one twentieth of a pound
not the full shilling
(Brit. informal)not intelligent or quick thinking
take the King's or Queen's shilling
(Brit.)enlist as a soldier