2011-12-19 10:04:00 版主
Usher in 预示
By refusing to discuss euthanasia， they usher in something worse.
Be supposed to 应该
Her role is supposed to be to vote the way her male chairman votes.
Break out of 改变生活方式
Run for … seat 竞选…职位
When I tried to break out of that role in 1963 and run for the New York State Assembly
seat from brooklyn‘s Bedford [5bedfEd] [5bruklin]
Build up 捧某人
Why invest time and effort to build the girl up？
Drop out 退出
Have kids 生孩子
You know she‘ll only drop out of the game to have a couple of kids just about the time
we’re ready torun her for mayor.
All the time 一直
Be in for 就要体验到
I‘m just telling you that you are in for a disappointment.
Leave sth. along 不干涉Why don‘t you just leave it alone now？
Break in 插话
“No， he isn‘t，” she broke in.
Let it go 不再（多说、多做）
I thought she was hinting at something but I let it go.
Get into trouble 被捕、陷入困境
Even an experienced climber can get into trouble.
Get away 逃离
But Salina wouldn‘t let him get away so noncommittally.
Hide out 躲藏，到一个没有人能找得到的地方
The gangsters hid out in a remote cabin until it was safe to return to the city. 暴徒们