- methinks (v.)
- Old English me þyncð "it seems to me," from me (pron.), dative of I, + þyncð, third person singular of þyncan "to seem," reflecting the Old English distinction between þyncan "to seem" and related þencan "to think," which bedevils modern students of the language (see think). The two thinks were constantly confused, then finally merged, in Middle English. Related: Methought.
- 1. Methinks, gentlemen, we need inquire no further. "
- 依我看, 诸位先生, 我们无需再问了. ”
来自英汉文学 - 红字
- 2. Cassio . An inviting eye; and yet methinks right modest.
- 凯西奥 一双动人的眼睛; 可是却有一种端庄贞静的神气.
- 3. Hmm. Apes that evolve into something humanlike? Pretty unlikely methinks.
- 嗯, 类人猿进化成和人类一样? 我想不太可能.
- 4. J: Hmm. Apes that evolve into something humanlike? Pretty unlikely methinks.
- 约翰逊: 嗯, 类人猿进化成和人类一样? 我想不太可能.
- 5. Iago . What an eye she has! methinks It'sounds a parley of provocation.
- 伊阿古她的眼睛多麽迷人! 简直在向人挑战.
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