[00:06:20]In its godlessness and disorder
[00:10:33]it betrays the spiritual and moral vacuum
[00:14:11]that lies at the heart of so-called free thinking.
[00:17:32]What is that dreadful music?
[00:20:04]Some pagan ritual, I suppose.
[00:21:28]A human sacrifice perhaps.
[00:26:02]Angel, what are you doing?
[00:28:02]Well, the ladies need partners
[00:29:05]and I'm inclined to have a fling.
[00:30:43]Who's coming with me?
[00:31:37]Dancing with a troop of country hoydens?
[00:34:21]Suppose we should be seen!
[00:35:22]Sometimes I think you're both made of stone.
[00:37:36]But I haven't finished this chapter!
[00:39:13]Tell me what happens! I'll be with you shortly.
[00:48:43]Where are your partners?
[00:50:48]They're still at work, sir, but they'll be here soon.
[00:56:33]Will you dance with us, sir?
[01:08:29]What's one among so many?
[01:46:25]Well, then you must choose!
[01:58:22]Angel, enough now!
[02:14:42]Come along, Angel.
[02:22:45]It will be dark soon!
【双语释义】Agnosticism is the belief that it is not possible to say definitely whether or notthere is a God.
【典型例句】In Europe, the rise of atheism and agnosticism is stunning.在欧洲无神论和不可知论的兴起令人感到震惊。
【双语释义】Disorder is a state of being untidy, badly prepared, or badly organized.
【典型例句1】The emergency room was in disorder.
【典型例句2】Inside all was disorder: drawers fallen out, shoes and boots scattered.
【常用搭配】check a disorder制止骚乱 end〔quiet〕 the disorders平息骚乱 fall into disorder陷入混乱 put into disorder使混乱 suffer from disorder患病
【双语释义】If something is done in a vacuum, it is not affected by any outside influences orinformation.
【典型例句1】Moral values cannot be taught in a vacuum.
【典型例句2】We lived in a vacuum — no life, no news, no books.
【双语释义】A ritual is a religious service or other ceremony which involves a series of actionsperformed in a fixed order.
【典型例句1】This is the most ancient, and holiest of the Shinto rituals.
【典型例句2】Clear evidence of his intent is to prolong the ritual.
【双语释义】To sacrifice an animal or person means to kill them in a special religious ceremonyas an offering to a god.
【典型例句1】Two white bulls were sacrificed and a feast was held.
【典型例句2】Before the battle, the commanders ordered the sacrifice of two bullocks to thegod of war.
【双语释义】If you incline to think or act in a particular way, or if something inclines you to it,you are likely to think or act in that way.
【典型例句1】I incline to the view that we should take no action at this stage.
【典型例句2】I incline to his opinion on this matter.
【双语释义】a girl who behaves in a boyish manner
【典型例句1】I , a benighted hoyden, already blossomed teenager of a knowledgeable.
【典型例句2】The man, free as a hoyden, ran to a chestnut tree and scratched back on bark.
【双语释义】 If something happens shortly after or before something else, it happens not longafter or before it. If something is going to happen shortly, it is going to happen soon
【典型例句1】Their trial will shortly begin.
【典型例句2】The work will be completed very shortly.
【典型例句3】Shortly after moving into her apartment, she found a job.