gee的的用法,gee怎么读美 英 [dʒiː]
a word that some people use to show that they are surprised, impressed or annoyed
Gee, what a great idea!
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used to express surprise or to register a reaction to something, especially enthusiasm or ironic enthusiasm
used to urge a horse, cow, or similar animal to move faster, to go straight ahead, or to turn right
used to express a reaction such as surprise or admiration
to urge a horse, cow, or similar animal to move faster, to go straight ahead, or to turn right
to encourage somebody to continue doing something or to do something faster
Gee ! I do not know this guy cry so much when he's drink.
"Every time I get a lot of money I cry, " Mr. Gee told the crowd. "And I got a lot of tears left. "
When he said not-so-smart things, I thought to myself, " gee, must be the exception that proves the rule. "
Gee, you have one of the best charts for signing a contract of any of the signs, but it has to be NEXT month!
What good is all this gee-whiz technology if there's no one in the room to hear you exclaim, "Gee whiz" ?
gee, i would not count on that , i 'd keep searching until i found it again "i said" .
When the doctor tells you to do something or you will die, who says, 'Gee, that's a little more than I was hoping to spend today'?
Joan: Gee, I hadn't thought of that. Now, I suppose I ought to try to get something in business line, since that's my major in college.
"If it positively is the last, all right, " said Peter Gee, gathering up the cards. "It's my deal, I believe. "
Master Huang: Gee, that's terrible! Diana's one of my favourite people. Why do you think she decided to leave?