[英 [ˈmaɪzə(r)] 美 [ˈmaɪzɚ] ]
名词守财奴，吝啬鬼，〈古〉可怜的人; （矿山，凿井用）钻孔机，凿井机，[矿]管形提泥钻头miser 相关例句
1. Soon Mary discovered she had married a miser.
1. 管形提泥钻头：miscibility 可混合性 | miser 管形提泥钻头 | misfire 拒爆
2. 凿井机;钻探机;管形提泥钻头：MISER模块迭代静校正计算程序 | miser凿井机;钻探机;管形提泥钻头 | misering钻探
3. 模块迭代静校正计算程序：misenite纤重钾矾 | MISER模块迭代静校正计算程序 | miser凿井机;钻探机;管形提泥钻头
4. miser：multimedia integrated services for european researchers; 为欧洲科研工作者提供的多媒体综合服务miser 双语例句
1. Are Toadstools on the Miser's Bags.
2. He is not a miser, on the contrary, no one could be more generous.
3. Do you want to be a pursuer or a miser of money?
4. Every time I look at it I think of Balzac's miser s and Zola's thieves and Colette's hardworking artistes and Flaubert's Francsic, risking everything on one throw of the dice
5. Speak not to a woman about her rival, nor to a coward about war, to a merchant about business, to a buyer about value, to a miser about generosity, to a cruel man about mercy, to a lazy man about work, to a seasonal laborer about the harvest, to an idle slave about a great task: pay no attention to any advice they give.
6. Little do they know the city's wealth has long been corrupt officials and the small rich miser who is taking your money, prostitute meager income, but only a tiny fraction of their hands; no matter how dry can not escape from poverty, fitters or go home to the Gansha Gansha go, playing what is not fake handle and a spout know?
7. If I knew a miser who gave up every kind of comfortable living, all the pleasure of doing good to others, all the esteem of his fellow citizens and the joys of friendship, for the sake of gathering and keeping wealth.
8. My miser boss makes us work OT every week, and he doesn't give us any extra money.
9. Why don't you buy me a drink for a change, you old B miser
你就不能也请我喝一杯，你这老财 x 迷！
10. Therewas a man who had worked all of his life, had saved all of his money, and was areal miser when it came to his money.
11. I know I'm a little miser.
12. I have heard say he is a miser.
13. If you get it and keep it, you`re a miser.
14. The sailor grinned and passed him a fragment of sea biscuit. He clutched it avariciously, looked at it as a miser looks at gold, and thrust it into his shirt bosom.
15. Are toadstools on the miser's bags.
16. Be miser's son always lie on the railing to look down.
17. The most covetous griping miser in the world would have been cur'd of the vice of covetousness, if he had been in my case; for I possess'd infinitely more than I knew what to do with.
18. The most covetous griping miser in the world would have been cur'd of the vice of covetous ness, if he had been in my case; for I possess'd infinitely more than I knew what to do with.
19. Miser regretted immediately, he says malcontently to the captain: You should withdraw steamer ticket fund to me!
20. Perhaps we should be pround of ancestors and genes inherited from them, but if we acted more like cheapskate (miser, pinchfist, screw, skinflint, tightwad) than a winning cavegirl, we would have been more happy.
If you say that someone is a miser, you disapprove of them because they seem to hate spending money, and to spend as little as possible.
e.g. I'm married to a miser.
1. " Jiang is wealthy but he's a miser, " Li said.
2. It's nicknamed " the miser " by investors and scoffed at by analysts and bloggers.
3. We thought he had just found a lame excuse for being a miser.miser 英英释义
1. a stingy hoarder of money and possessions (often living miserably)