allude的的用法,allude怎么读美 [ə'lu:d] 英 [ə'lu:d]
to refer to something or somebody indirectly, without giving a precise name or explicit identification
Our grave and reverend servitor had one weakness to which, for the sake of historical accuracy, I feel bound to allude.
Try not to allude to this matter in his presence because it annoys him to hear of it .
What I allude to is the unbroken and agonizing ugliness, the sheer revolting monstrousness, of every house in sight.
Besides, it struck him as a little absurd to allude to the matter.
allude to any matter that the lawyer does not reasonably believe is relevant or that will not be supported by admissible evidence.
Sir Robert Chiltern : The affair to which you allude was no more than a speculation.
People gave the IDEO that leads a design tide more attention, but seldom allude the IDEO that this hour does not forget to ego innovates.
He did not even allude to his brother's engagement to Mary.
Yellow lawyer expresses, did not allude in the contract that he and Baidu Shenzhen branch sign jurisdictional .
He subsequently appeared in a series of commercials where he would allude to his earlier role, saying things like, "Sharpe idea" .