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See "eating", people automatically think of the English equivalent is "eat", but simply "eat" means is by no means an "eat" can be adequately expressed. Other than eat, meaning according to different situations and should also give appropriate expression. Common expressions are as follows: 1. Take...
See "eating", people automatically think of the English equivalent is "eat", but simply "eat" means is by no means an "eat" can be adequately expressed. Other than eat, meaning according to different situations and should also give appropriate expression. Common expressions are as follows:
     1. Translations take or have.
     The patient can''t take food yet. Patients cannot eat.
     We are having dinner now. We are having dinner now.
     2. Translation of dine,feed,taste,touch,graze words.
     She invites me to dine with her tomorrow. She invited me to dine with her tomorrow.
     Have you fed yet? Have you eaten?
     He hasn''t touched /tasted food for two days. He hadn't eaten in two days.
     The horses were grazing quietly in the field. Horses were quietly grazing in the fields.
     3. Like,love,prefer,enjoy,care for translation, be fond of, and so on.
     Would you like 'ice-cream'? Do you want to eat ice cream?
     She loves bananas. She loves to eat bananas.
     Southerners prefer rice while northerners prefer noodles. People in the South prefer rice while northerners prefer noodles.
     He is enjoying his dinner. He is enjoying his dinner.
     Tom doesn''t care for meat. Tom doesn't like to eat meat.
     Ants are fond of sweet food. Ants like to eat sweets.
     4. Translated feed on,live on phrasal verbs. Cattle feed chiefly on grass. Cattle mainly eat grass.
     Monkeys live on wild fruit. Monkeys eat fruit for a living.
     5. Translations of certain prepositional phrases.
     It''s time for lunch. It's lunch time.
     Please sit down at table. Please sit down and eat.
     6. Some of the extended meaning of "to eat", according to the specific meaning by appropriate words or phrases.
     You''d better not ask for trouble. You'd better not ask for trouble.
     He''s always the first to bear hardships. He was always the first to bear hardships.
     The enemy troops suffered one defeat after another. Cao of the enemy.
     This is a hard way to earn a living. This bowl of rice is not easy to eat.
     A wise man does not fight when the odds are against him. Eat/escape.
     Such a style is unpopular anywhere. Such a style is unpopular anywhere.
     Mechanical copying of anything foreign would be disastrous. Copy foreign things mechanically to suffer heavy losses.
     It may be too much for you to walk such a long way. Go such a long way you can stand.
     A fall into the pit,a gain in your wit. You are wiser.
     That''s a thankless task. It is a thankless task.
     Only if you can stand the hardest of hardships can you hope to rise in society. Eat life of hardship, as you wish.
     She was so jealous that she wouldn''t let her husband dance with anyone else. She was jealous, don't let her husband dance with other people.
     This kind of paper does not absorb ink. This kind of paper doesn't eat ink.