Cardiff的的用法,Cardiff怎么读美 [ˈkɑrdɪf] 英 [ˈkɑ:dɪf]
capital and largest city of Wales. It is the home of the Welsh Assembly and is an important industrial center.
The next night, my last in Wales, Neil and I take Roasty up to Cardiff to hear some live music.
I would have been more impressed if I hadn't been the veteran of a number of minibus journeys to Cardiff for big football matches.
She told police that she used a belt to strangle her son in her room at the Sky Plaza hotel in Rhoose, Cardiff.
Mr Justice Williams gave her a three-year supervision order at Cardiff Crown Court. She had been cleared of murder.
A year later and Gerrard was at it again, helping Liverpool seal an FA Cup final triumph at the expense of West Ham in Cardiff.
Up to 20, 000 tonnes of coal a week is dug at the site and the bulk of it goes to the Aberthaw power station, near Cardiff.
His final game was at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, when he came on during extra time to help his side win the FA Cup.
The Cardiff University graduate said: 'I never thought this day would finally come. It's such a huge milestone for me.
It will be visiting Cardiff, London and Edinburgh, for a few days each, at the end of October.
But Professor Andy Smith, an expert in occupational health psychology at Cardiff University, says Rogers is missing the point.