【疯狂释义】 n. 1. 大开眼界; 恍然大悟 2. 迷人的人 3. 醒眼酒,指早上起床时喝的使人摆脱睡意的酒，常用于美式英语 【疯狂操练】 1.I never knew Bob was strong enough to lift that big box by himself. It was a real eye-opener for me. 我真不知道鲍勃有那么强壮,能搬起那个特大箱子,这次我算开了眼了。 2.What happened next to this non-violent struggle should be an eye-opener to all those who harbour illusions or biased against armed struggle. 对于这次非暴力斗争的下一步结果,应使那些生活在幻想中及对武装斗争抱有偏见的人清醒一下。 3.Almost every financial planner will tell you that this is invariably a huge eye-opener. 几乎每位财务规划师都会告诉你,这会不可避免地让你大吃一惊。 4.And my, my, my, that birds and bees conversation was a real eye 哎呀呀,小鸟和蜜蜂的对话让人不由得睁大眼睛!
5.Some American customs and ways of thinking can be an eye opener to many Chinese people.美国一些的风俗习惯和想法,让许多老中感到惊奇。
6.His book was an eye opener to complacent young men. 对自满的年轻人来说,他的这本书有启发作用。
7.The popular World Journal in North America is an eye opener for many Chinese immigrants. 大名鼎鼎的世界日报是北美许多中国移民惊喜的新发现。
8.His behavior was a real eye-opener.他的所作所为真让人开眼界。 Listening to him talk about his adventure in China was a real eye-opener. 9.听他谈在中国的历险令人大开眼界。 A beautiful interface, faster speed video capture procedure and let you eye-opener! 详细说明:一个界面美观,速度比较快的视频捕捉程序,让你大开眼界!
10.Visiting people in prison was a real eye-opener for me. 探监真是令我大开眼界。