1. leeward 谐音“利我的” => lee。
- leeway (n.)
- 1660s, sideways drift of a ship caused by wind, from lee + way (n.). Figurative meaning "extra space" is by 1835.
- 1. Rarely do schoolteachers have leeway to teach classes the way they want.
- 2. How much leeway should parents give their children?
- 3. It doesn't give you much leeway, does it?
- 这一来,你就没有多少回旋的余地了, 是不是?
- 4. He's got a lot of leeway to make up in his studies after his illness.
- 5. The President said that he wanted to give states more leeway to pursue their own health-care reforms.
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