英 [ˈfæməli] 美 [ˈfæmli]
n. 家庭; 家族; 孩子; 祖先;
adj. 家庭的; 一家所有的; 属于家庭的; 适合全家人的;
变形 复数: families
1. The family was often in flight, hiding out in friends’ houses.
2. Each family farms individually and reaps the benefit of its labor.
3. Ah yes, but think of all the family life they’re missing.
4. Sonia, we are reliably informed, loves her family very much.
5. We encountered the pathetic sight of a family packing up its home.
6. A smallholding in the hills could not support a large family.
7. Family values are suddenly the name of the game.
8. His family tried to assimilate into the white and Hispanic communities.
9. Today’s organic wine producer is typically a small, quality-conscious family concern.
10. His family was subjected to a hideous attack by the gang.
11. Family therapy showed us how to communicate with each other.
12. He was too proud to ask his family for help and support.
13. He was gored to death in front of his family.
14. I was anxious to get him here, away from family and friends.
15. Our lives are bounded by work, family and television.
1. Anne struggled to help Peter and Zara with their prep.
2. Family values are suddenly the name of the game.
3. Family therapy showed us how to communicate with each other.
4. Many children are now born into or raised in one-parent families.
5. Responsibilities at home and work eat into his time.
6. Our lives are bounded by work, family and television.
7. The authority must make suitable accommodation available to the family.
8. He dressed simply and led a quiet family life.
9. He comes from a completely uncultured, lower middle-class family.
10. Ninety per cent of lone parent families are headed by mothers.
11. The book is full of amusing sidelights on his family background.
12. The Health Secretary called for a return to traditional family values.
13. Only a third of these households thought it reasonable to meter water.
14. Family holidays are meant to be a break from routine.
15. The survey claims loan companies prey on weak families already in debt.