- 美[ˈtɔri, ˈtori]
- n.英国保守党的党员; 保守党党员; 亲英分子; 保守主义者;
- 复数: Tories;
Helen of Tory was beautiful beyond expression.
And I'll tell you now, no son of Tory will ever submit to a foreign ruler.
At supper, Mr. Wang gave us the news about the vic - tory.
(晚餐时, 王先生告诉我们有关胜利的消息. )
Who is Tory Foster's predecessor in President Roslin's office?
Today's teachers are not the ranging extremists of TORY and tabloid mythology.
That pleased Tory Eurosceptics but waved goodbye to much influence.
Historicalism, implying a focus on Eurocentralism and content determinism a deficient view of his 2 tory.
For now, the prospect of a general - election victory has plaster - casted the most painful Tory fractures.
Satisfac - tory predictions were obtained by this method in 694 newborns with ABO incom - patible parents.
Annie: Would you please introduce to us something about the his - tory of table tennis?
安妮: 请你介绍一下乒乓球的历史好 吗 ?
1. an American who favored the British side during the American Revolution
2. a supporter of traditional political and social institutions against the forces of reform; a political conservative