- n.昨天; 往昔; <正式>过去
- adv.在昨天，在昨日; 近来
- 复数: yesterdays;
Mary joined a church yesterday.
I bought a new turtleneck yesterday.
Where was she yesterday afternoon?
Did you take part in the brawl yesterday?
昨天你参与吵架了 吗 ?
What was I asking about? Ay, yes, I was asking what did you do yesterday.
刚才我问 什么 ?哦, 有了, (想起来了)我是问你昨天做了些什么.
Sorry I was out when you called yesterday.
He bought a pair of skates yesterday.
He bought a drier yesterday.
I received a bunch of flowers yesterday.
Yesterday I went to see him, but again he wasn't home.
His lecture yesterday drew in a large crowd.
He played a Beethoven sonata yesterday.
Curiously enough, I, too, met him yesterday.
I had an usual experience yesterday.
I was not born yesterday.
He had an acrimonious quarrel with his girlfriend yesterday.
The boss was out of temper with him yesterday.
There was a lot of traffic on the roads yesterday.
Our team performed well in the match yesterday.
It was not until yesterday that I learned it.
We only learned about your intended visit yesterday.
Gold shares jumped yesterday.
Yesterday the radio forecast drizzle, and today it is indeed raining.
He was buried yesterday.
I bought a postcard yesterday.
She was very busy yesterday.
She bought a pair of woollen hose yesterday.
A girl was killed yesterday in a crash involving a stolen car.
The popular notion that older people need less sleep than younger adults is a myth, scientists said yesterday.
Nothing, it's just that she submitted a job application yesterday and the company asked her in for an interview today.
Yesterday I made reservations for my trip to Miami next month.
My hand still hurts from the fall on the ice yesterday.
She got hurt in an accident yesterday
Oh, yesterday I finally got around to that new barbershop in the mall and enjoyed their services.
He had his hair cut yesterday
The cheque came in yesterday afternoon.
I only heard about the delay yesterday because we kept the production line clear to handle these special sheets.
I tried to call you all night yesterday
No one's able to get through yesterday.
Do we still have any pie left from dinner yesterday?
Daisy was furious yesterday because I lost her notebook.
The German authorities are sending investigators to discover the cause of the plane crash late yesterday on the island of Tenerife
The British industrialist James Louis, held by kidnappers in Central Africa for the past 8 months, was released unharmed yesterday.
Hi, Andy, I didn't see you in professor Smiths' class yesterday.
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Hmm......our notes say that we arranged for an engineer to visit your house yesterday.
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I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have seen yesterday and I love today.
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I could have left it in the supermarket yesterday, but I'm not sure.
2018年高考英语天津卷 单项填空 原文
I had roast chicken yesterday when I ate out with Shelly.
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I went there yesterday and it is not as good as I expected.
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If we had caught the flight yesterday, we would be enjoying our holiday on the beach now.
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Minutes after the last movie ended yesterday at the plaza theater, employees were busy sweeping up popcorns and gathering coke cups.
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Otherwise, I wouldn't have been able to reach her yesterday.
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The fascination with the ict information and communication technology revolution, represented by the Internet, has made some rich countries wrongly conclude that making things is so " yesterday " that they should try to live on ideas.
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They were supposed to have arrived by twelve o'clock noon the day before yesterday.
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1. the day immediately before today;
"it was in yesterday's newspapers"
2. the recent past;
"yesterday's solutions are not good enough"
"we shared many yesterdays"
1. on the day preceding today;
"yesterday the weather was beautiful"
2. in the recent past; only a short time ago;
"I was not born yesterday!"
yesterday morning (或 afternoon 等)
in the morning (or afternoon etc.) of yesterday
a man, especially a politician, whose career is finished or past its peak
a person or thing that is no longer of interest