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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2015-8-5 07:37     标题: 2015-08-04 How to Use a Word



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作者: KK2015forever    时间: 2015-8-5 21:51     标题: [Homework]2015-08-04 How to Use a Word

Today's word is infrangible, spelled I-N-F-R-A-N-G-I-B-L-E. Infrangible is an adjective that means not capable of being broken or separated into parts. It can also mean not to be infranged or violated.

Here's the word used in a sentence by **** in the **** Blade.

James Bond is content enough with his new freedom on the fringe to make it a permanent lifestyle, but it's his infrangible sense of duty to country and aim that brings him back to the fold when both are threatened.

The word infrangible comes to us via middle French from the late Latin word infrangibilis, and it ultimately derived from the prefix ''in'' and the Latin word frangere, meaning to break. Believe it or not, our word ''break'' is ultimately derived from the same ancient word that gave rise to frangere. Infrangible first appeared in print in English in the 16th century, but the literal meaning ''impossible to break'' was later extended metaphorically to things that cannot or should not be broken.

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作者: gaoqiming9164    时间: 2015-8-6 07:57

本帖最后由 gaoqiming9164 于 2015-8-6 23:53 编辑

[Homework]2015-08-04 How to Use a Word
Today`s word is infrangible ,spelled i-n-f-r-a-n-g-i-b-l-e.
infrangible is an adjective that means not capable of being broken or separated into parts ,it can also mean not to be infranged or violated.
Here`s the word used in sentance by **in the ***
James Bond is content enough with his new freedom on the ** to make it permanent lifestyle ,but infrangible sense of duty to country and * bring him back to the * when both are threatened.

The word infangible comes to us via middle Franch from a late latin word infrangibilis ,ultimately derived from the prefix in im verb and the latin frangry meaning to break .Believe it or not our word break is ultimately from the same ancient word that give rise to frange.



Infrangible first appeared in print in England in 16th centry  with late meaning impossible to break, It was later extended metaphorically to things that can not or should not be broken.
作者: gaoqiming9164    时间: 2015-8-10 07:46

2# KK2015forever aim 那个单词我好想听的不是那个啊~~前面那句freedom on the fringe 怎么翻译呢?
作者: cristianjey    时间: 2015-8-10 12:58

4# gaoqiming9164

例句中的"M"007系列电影中的一个人物,是邦德的女上司,最近多部007中都由朱迪·丹奇饰演。

fringe意思是边缘,freedom on the fringe指邦德在外完成任务时的冒险作风和“将在外,君命有所不受”的作风,做任务的自由度很高,但那种自由又受一定的限制,就是心底对国家和上司的责任和使命感。

Fold在这里的意思是"a group of people or institutions that share a common faith, belief, activity, or enthusiasm",例句中可理解为邦德效命的英国情报机构MI6
作者: duadua    时间: 2015-8-13 07:44

Today`s word is infrangible ,spelled i-n-f-r-a-n-g-i-b-l-e.
infrangible is an adjective that means not capable of being broken or separated into parts ,it can also mean not to be infranged or violated.
Here`s the word used in sentance by **in the ***
James Bond is content enough with his new freedom on the ** to make it permanent lifestyle ,but infrangible sense of duty to country and * bring him back to the * when both are threatened.

The word infangible comes to us via middle Franch from a late latin word infrangibilis ,ultimately derived from the prefix in im verb and the latin frangry meaning to break .Believe it or not our word break is ultimately from the same ancient word that give rise to frange.


Infrangible first appeared in print in England in 16th centry  with late meaning impossible to break, It was later extended metaphorically to things that can not or should not be broken.




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