[英文翻譯] principles only mean...
principles only mean something if you stick by them when they're inconvenient
- 羅莉Lv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Principles only mean something if you stick by them when they're
something: 在本句不是「某事物」, 而是「可貴事物」之意,
He is now somebody in fashion field.
stick by xxx : 堅守xxxSource(s): 羅莉 : 文法+語感
- Rumble FishLv 77 years ago
- TOMING88Lv 77 years ago
All English translation are self-explanatory;
Hence the Translation from E/E only; What's E/E ?
----inside suffocation and difficult situation
----still persevere----(=stick at by them.)
----means something---(has its ideal,virtue meaning only ?)
Hence "Principle only mean something if you stick by them when they're inconvenient." Hence (1)=principle (2)=mean something (3)=stick at (4)difficult situation has got the correct answer to be:-(1)--(4)--(2)--(3) as shown above.
- 晚風Lv 57 years ago
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- prisoner26535Lv 77 years ago
They may mean something to the principal but remain meaningless to others.