- n. 三十年代
- num. 三十
- adj. 三十个的
CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
来自 three,三，-ty,十，词源同 ten.
- thirty (adj.)
- late 14c. metathesis of thritti, from Old English þritig, from þri, þreo "three" (see three) + -tig "group of ten" (see -ty (1)). Similar formation in Old Frisian thritich, Old Saxon thritig, Dutch dertig, Old High German drizzug, German dreissig.
The Thirty Years' War (1842) was a religious power struggle waged 1618-48, mainly on German soil. The symbol -30- as printer and telegrapher's code to indicate the last sheet or line of copy or a dispatch is recorded from 1895. In 20c. jargon of newspaper journalism, it came to be a traditional sign-off signal and slang word for "the end."
- 1. By 1973 the government deficit equalled thirty per cent of GNP.
- 2. I know that you'vebeen studying chimpanzees for thirty years now.
- 3. Thirty seconds later she reappeared and beckoned them forward.
- 4. The price of a single ticket is thirty-nine pounds.
- 5. They walked through the dense Mozambican bush for thirty six hours.
[ thirty 造句 ]