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前景好的不良事件翻译 一站式的不良事件翻译

见善,修然 必 以 自存也。谁能逐字翻译一下?

见善,修然必以自存也——看到美好的东西,就一定要认真地用它来对照检讨自己。

  逐字解释:

  见善:见到好的东西,善,美好。修然:严正的样子,这里表示很认真地。必:必定,必须。以:介词,将、用(见到的“善”)。自存:自察、自我反思。

  这句话理解上的难处,是将“修然”放在“必”的前面,目的在于强调“修然”。如果是“必修然以自存”,则更容易理解。

请高手翻译A neat people vs.sloppy people

Neat People vs. Sloppy People

整洁人与邋遢人

Suzanne Britt

孙致礼译

I’ve finally figured out the difference between neat people and sloppy people. The distinction is, as always, moral. Neat people are lazier and meaner than sloppy people.

我终于悟出了整洁人与邋遢人的区别。他们的区别总是表现在德行上。整洁人比邋遢人来得更懒惰、更吝啬。

Sloppy people, you see, are not really sloppy. Their sloppiness is merely the unfortunate conse¬quence of their extreme moral rectitude. Sloppy people carry in their mind’s eye a heavenly vi¬sion, a precise plan, that is so stupendous, so perfect, it can’t be achieved in this world or the next.

要知道,邋遢人其实并真的邋遢。他们的邋遢只是过于讲究德行而造成的不良后果。邋遢人心目中有着美妙的想象,有着周密的计划,既宏伟又完满,今生来世都无法实现。

Sloppy people live in Never-Never Land . Someday is their metier. Someday they are planning to alphabetize all their books and set up home cata¬logues. Someday they will go through their wardrobes and mark certain items for tentative mending and certain items for passing on to relatives of similar shape and size. Someday sloppy people will make family scrapbooks into which they will put newspaper clippings, postcards, locks of hair, and dried cor¬sage from their senior prom. Someday they will file everything on the surface of their desks, including the cash receipts from coffee purchases at the snack shop. Someday they will sit down and read all the back issues of The New Yorker.

邋遢人生活在理想王国里。他们最善于筹划有朝一日怎么办。有朝一日,他们要把自己的书全都按照字母顺序编排好,建立一个家庭图书目录。有朝一日,他们要把自己的衣服全都翻个遍,有的标明要实施能不能修补一下,有的要送给体型身材差不多的亲戚。有朝一日,邋遢人要制作家庭剪贴簿,把剪报、明信片、头发以及大学四年级班级舞会上用过的枯萎的装饰花放在里面。有朝一日,他们要把办公桌上的所有东西,包括在快餐店买咖啡的现金收据,全部归档整理好。有朝一日,他们要坐下来阅读所有过期的《纽约人》。

For all these noble reasons and more, sloppy people never get neat. They aim too high and wide. They save everything, planning someday to file, or¬der, and straighten out the world. But while these ambitious plans take clearer and clearer shape in their heads-, the books spill from the shelves onto the floor, the clothes pile up in the hamper and clos¬et, the family mementos accumulate in every draw¬er, the surface of the desk is buried under mounds of paper and the unread magazines threaten to reach the ceiling.

由于这些以及其他雄心勃勃的理由,邋遢人从来整洁不起来。他们把目标定得太高太远,什么东西都要保留下来,计划有朝一日再整理、再归档,把一切搞得井井有条。然而,就在这些宏伟的计划在心里渐渐成形的时候,书从书架上散落到地上,衣篮和衣柜里堆满了衣服,个个抽屉里都放满了纪念品,桌面上摆满了一摞摞的材料,没读过的杂志都快顶到天花板了。

Sloppy people can’t bear to part with anything. They give loving attention to every detail. When sloppy people say they’re going to tackle the surface of the desk, they really mean it. Not a paper -will go unturned; not a rubber -band will go unboxed. Four hours or two weeks into the excavation, the desk looks exactly the same, primarily because the sloppy person is meticulously creating new piles of papers with new headings and scrupulously stopping to read all the old book catalog before he throws them away. A neat person would just bulldoze the desk.

邋遢人什么东西都不舍得丢掉,什么小东西都当成宝贝。当邋遢人说要清理桌面时,他们还真不是说着玩的。每一张纸片都要翻个个儿,每一根橡皮筋都要装到盒子里。经过四小或两星期的大清理,桌面上还跟先前一模一样,主要因为邋遢人会一丝不苟地立起新的名目,建起新的文件堆,还要把所有的旧书目仔仔细细地察看一番,才肯最终扔掉。整洁人则会把桌子清除得一干二净。

Neat people are bums and clods at heart. They have cavalier attitudes toward possessions, including family heirlooms. Everything is just another dust-catcher to them. If anything collects dust, it’s got to go and that’s that. Neat people will toy with the idea of throwing the children out of the house just to cut down on the clutter.

整洁人其实都是些懒汉和笨蛋。他们对自己的东西漫不经心,就是传家宝也毫不在意。在他们看来,任何东西都会吸引灰尘、什么东西一染上灰尘就得处理掉,没有什么好说的。为了减少家里的凌乱,整洁人还捉摸想把孩子扔出去。

Neat people don’t care about process. They like results. What they want to do is get the whole thing over with so they can sit down and watch the rasslin on TV. Neat people operate on two unvary¬ing principles: Never handle any item twice, and throw everything away.

整洁人并不在乎过程,而是喜欢结果。他们只想把什么都了结了,好坐下来打开电视看摔跤。整洁人有两条一定不易的行为准则:什么东西都不做二次处理,统统都要扔掉。

The only thing messy in a neat person’s house is the trash can. The minute something comes to a neat person’ s hand, he will look at it, try to decide if it has immediate use and, finding none, throw it in the trash.

整洁人家里唯一凌乱的就是垃圾箱。整洁人一拿到一样东西,就要打量一番,看看是否能马上派上用场,如果马上派不上用场,就扔进垃圾箱里。

Neat people are especially vicious with mail. They never go through their mail unless they are standing directly over a trash can. If the trash can is beside the mailbox, even better. All ads, cata¬logs, pleas for charitable contributions, church bul¬letins and money-saving coupons go straight into the trash can without being opened. All letters from home, postcards from Europe, bills and paychecks are opened, immediately responded to, then dropped in the trash can. Neat people keep their receipts on¬ly for tax purposes. That’s it. No sentimental salvaging of birthday cards or the last letter a dying rel¬ative ever wrote. Into the trash it goes.

整洁人对信件特别不留情。他们每次看信必定要站在垃圾箱跟前。如果垃圾箱就在信箱旁边,那岂不是更好。所有的广告、目录、恳求慈善捐款、教堂公告、购物优惠券,也不拆封就投进了垃圾箱。所有的家信、欧洲来的明信片。所有的帐单和薪金支票,则要打开,马上回复,然后扔进垃圾箱。整洁人只是为了方便缴税,才保存收据的。仅此而已。他们决不会感情用事,保留生日卡或哪位生命垂危的亲戚写来的最后一封信。这些全要扔进垃圾箱。

Neat people place neatness above everything, even economics. They are incredibly wasteful. Neat people throw away several toys every time they walk through the den. I knew a neat person once who threw away a perfectly good dish drainer be¬cause it had mold on it. The drainer was too much trouble to wash. And neat people sell their furniture when they move. They will sell a La-Z-Boy recliner while you are reclining in it.

整洁人把整洁看得高于一切,甚至都不考虑经济因素。他们浪费起来真令人难以置信,每次打娱乐室走过时,都要扔掉几件玩具。我曾认识一个整洁人。他扔掉了一只非常好的餐具滤干器,因为那玩意儿发霉了,洗起来太费劲儿。整洁人一搬家,就要卖家具。你还躺在一把懒汉躺椅上,他们就把躺椅给卖掉了。

Neat people are no good to borrow from. Neat people buy everything in expensive little single por¬tions. They get their flour and sugar in two-pound bags. They wouldn’t consider clipping a coupon, saving a leftover, reusing plastic non-dairy whipped cream containers or rinsing off tin foil and draping it over the unmoldy dish drainer. You can never bor¬row a neat person s newspaper to see what’s playing at the movies. Neat people have the paper all wadded up and in the trash by 7:05 a.m.

整洁人的东西可不要去借。他们买什么东西都要价钱很贵的单份小包装,买面粉和食糖要两磅一袋的。他们从不考虑剪下一张购物优惠券,保留一点剩余物,重复使用非乳制掼奶油塑料盒,或是把锡纸冲洗干净,打在没有发霉的餐具滤干器上。你想向整洁人借张报纸看看电影院在放映什么电影,那是永远办不到的。早晨七点零五分,整洁人就把报纸揉作一团,扔进了垃圾箱。

Neat people cut a clean swath through the or¬ganic as well as the inorganic world. People, ani¬mals, and things are all one to them. They are so insensitive. After they have finished with the pantry, the medicine cabinet, and the attic, they will throw out the red geranium (too many leaves) sell the dog (too many fleas), and send the children off to boarding school (too many scuffmarks on the hardwood floors).

整洁人不管你是无生物,还是有生物,全都一扫而光。人、动物、东西,对他们来说都是一回事。他们太麻木不仁了。他们清理完食品室、药柜和阁楼之后,就会扔掉天竺葵(嫌叶子太多),卖掉狗(嫌跳蚤太多),他把孩子打发到寄宿学校(嫌他们给硬木地板留下太多的瘢痕)。

题目为My Living Habits 为题的英语作文并翻译

参考作文:

My living Habbits

I have some habbits, some are good, but some are bad. I like reading very much. From reading science books, I get a lot of knowledge. From reading novels, I lose myself in the stories. I like doing sports, too. It helps me keep healthy. Also I never put today\'s work till tomorrow. They are all my good habbits. They help me a lot in my daily life.

However, I also have some bad habbits. For example, sometimes I do my homework slowly, and stay up till very late. During meals I prefer meat to vegetables. And sometimes I play computer games too long without having a rest. They are all harmful to my health.

From now on I\'ll try to keep my good habbits, and give up the bad ones. Then I'll live better.

翻译: 我有些生活习惯,有些是好的习惯,有些则不是。我非常喜欢看书,通过看科学书籍,我获得了很多知识。通过看小说,我沉迷其中而不自拔。我爱好运动,这能使我身体健康。我不喜欢把今天完成的事推到明天去做。这些习惯帮助了我。

然而,我也有很多坏习惯。例如,有时候我做作业很慢,经常熬夜。吃饭时我更爱吃肉,有时候我能玩很长时间的电脑游戏而不休息.这些习惯都不好。

今后,我会试图保持好的习惯,改变坏的习惯。这样我会生活的更好。

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亲,你好,翻译大致如下:青春不知不觉流逝,美丽的容颜日渐衰老,生命一半的时间都耗费在如何穿衣打扮上。希望对你有帮助,望采纳。

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