accordingly—for that reason因此-因此
E.g. He was told to speak briefly; accordingly he cut short his remarks.
E.g. How do you account for the company's alarmingly high staff turnover?
E.g. However, as evidence began to accumulate, experts felt obliged to investigate.
然而, 由于证据开始增多了, 专家们感到必须进行调查了.
E.g. Statistically, ninety-eight percent of all acute sunstroke cases are fatal.
E.g. Small particles adhere to the seed.
E.g. My sister's taste in dresses is adverse to my own.
E.g. It is much easier , no doubt, to talk about aesthetical matters in technical terms.
attachment (to)—preference (for)喜爱-喜爱
E.g. As a teenager she formed a strong attachment to one of her teachers.
E.g. Politeness is an attribute of a gentleman.
E.g. He also wants to use the water to irrigate barren desert land.
E.g. Bias against women permeates every level of the judicial system.
E.g. His fast-paced novels are full of bizarre situations and madcap antics.
E.g. Without a major boost in tourism, the economy will suffer even further.
E.g. . It is useful to classify all these particles into two groups.
E.g. She never wears clothes made of coarse material.
E.g. When a noted leader on the art of management, Peter Drucker, coined the phrase "Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things," he was seeking to clarify the distinctions he associates with the terms.
E.g. There they compile precious documents on the manners, government, religion, fauna and flora of the country.
他们在这里搜集了不少关于风俗 、 政府 、 宗教 、 当地动植物等方面的宝贵资料.