- 复数: winkles;
Mr. Winkle was always remarkable for extreme humanity.
He is changing to Rip Van Winkle.
Winkle shells are abundant on this beach.
Stores use extremely clever strategies to winkle customers into making purchases.
This is the opinion of some Rip van Winkle.
Anyway, Van Winkle had the next world to console him.
See if you can winkle anything out of Cindy; I'll question her husband.
They are picked the pumpkin below, want winkle ridge field only, one is 100 multivariate.
他们采摘下的南瓜, 只要挑出田埂, 一担就是100多元.
All this time, Mr Winkle had been putting his skates on.
Come on, Rip Van Winkle , wake up! It's nearly lunchtime.
快, 醒醒啦, 睡不醒的人! 已经 快到吃午饭的时候了.
You can use the toothpick to winkle the shellfish out of its shell.
Does anyone here know Rip Van Winkle?
Oh, do skate, Mr Winkle, said Arabella.
“噢, 来滑吧, 温克尔先生, ”阿拉贝拉说道.
But Rip Van Winkle never worried about that.
This is the opinion of some Rip Van Winkle.
In the village there lived a simple, good man named Rip Van Winkle.
Mr. Winkle looked up at the declining orb.
Winkle was raised to his feet.
I managed to winkle the news out of him.
I've dropped a coin between the floorboards; try to winkle it out of there.
We'll winkle the criminal out of there.
You skate of course , Winkle? said Wardle.
“温克尔,你肯定会滑冰, 对吧? ”沃德尔问.
Mom begins the work, rift sole, winkle thrum, the movement is in that way skilled.
妈妈开始工作, 割开鞋底, 挑出线头, 动作是那样的熟练.
Washington Irving " Rip Van Winkle " , " The Legend of Sleepy Hollow "
华盛顿欧文: 《瑞普凡温克尔 》 、 《睡谷传奇 》.
Yes, yes, replied Mr Winkle with a ghastly smile.
“好的, 好的, ”温克尔先生呲牙咧嘴地笑着答道.
He somehow managed to winkle Picard out of his room.
The security services will pretty well go to any lengths to winkle out information.
The detective was trying to winkle information out of her.
It will not be easy to winkle out the old guard and train younger replacements.
1. small edible marine snail; steamed in wine or baked
2. edible marine gastropod
1. emit or reflect light in a flickering manner;
"Does a constellation twinkle more brightly than a single star?"
2. gleam or glow intermittently;
"The lights were flashing"
3. remove or displace from a position