- n.纪念品( souvenir的名词复数 );
Salesmen of unofficial souvenirs have also been doing a roaring trade.
When I got canned, I took these keys as souvenirs.
Vendors were doing a brisk trade in souvenirs.
These souvenirs were gathered from all parts of the world.
He has a pitch on the High Street where he sells souvenirs.
The local shopkeepers sell souvenirs to the tourists.
When we top out, there will be souvenirs for everyone who has worked on the site.
I bought a few trifles as souvenirs.
The crew had been snipping it for souvenirs.
Some of them hustle souvenirs.
She spent the morning buying souvenirs.
No, I didn't buy any expensive souvenirs in New York.
中级美国口语 - 第十七课 （2）
Did he buy some souvenirs?
“他寄了一些明信片 吗 ?”
中级美国口语 - 第十七课 （1）
I'd like to bring some souvenirs back home for my friends and relatives.
I want to buy some souvenirs. Can you suggest a good store?