- 美[ˈstændˌɔf, -ˌɑf]
- n.离岸; 避开; 僵局; 僵持不下
The political standoff ended when the army took over.
That young lady had a standoff - don't - touch - me air.
那位年轻小姐有一种 孤芳自赏 、自鸣清高的气派.
Although more costly, this provides the highest standoff voltage switch.
Sally and Jeff both have excellent arguments so the debate a standoff.
It looks like this boxing match is going to be a standoff.
He snatched his lightsaber, and brought an end to the standoff.
The arrests are widely as linked to the iron - ore - price standoff.
A police standoff ensued, and ended only when the suspect shot himself.
Day 85 : Two guys are equally strong. The fight ended a standoff.
Nine hour standoff is over in Florida.
Satellites were key to the cold - war nuclear standoff.
The dispute stems from a standoff Sunday in the South China Sea , where U.
The standoff is a straightforward business dispute , says Zong --- but it's also personal.
Standoff Stem Extensions for Ball Valves with theturning - stops, for insulating, panel - mounting, or shallow submerged applications.
用于球阀的远距离阀杆加长装置–使得阀杆具有操作空间,配置整体的旋转止动装置, 用于隔热绝缘, 面板安装, 或较浅的水下应用.
The flare - mounted standoff is installed to the PCB makes the tooth tightly connect to board surface.
1. the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided;
"the game ended in a draw"
"their record was 3 wins, 6 losses and a tie"
2. the act of repulsing or repelling an attack; a successful defensive stand