- [tǐng zhí]
- straight and upright 挺直;
He straightened up and slipped his hands in his pockets.
"Well!", said the innkeeper, drawing herself up indignantly.
The three men straightened and stood waiting.
He straightened himself from a slouch.
Straighten both legs until they are fully extended.
Don't arch your back, keep your spine straight.
Keeping your back straight, swing one leg backwards.
She sat upright in bed.
He drew himself up to his full height.
At 75 he is still erect.
Hold your head erect.
Larry rose excitedly to the edge of his seat, shook a fist at us and spat.
Hold the upper back and neck in an erect position to give support for the head.
His body had straightened, and seemed to have grown bigger.
Katharine was a tall, fair - haired girl, very straight, with splendid movements.
凯瑟琳个子高高, 头发金黄,身形挺直, 动作优美.
draw up stiff