3 english words meaning
2. hit the nail on the head
3. up in arms
- GodfreyLv 79 年前最愛解答
disheartening (adjective) = making you lose hope, courage, confidence and determination
It’s disheartening to see what little progress has been made.
hit the nail on the head = (informal) used to say that what someone has said is exactly right.
You’ve hit the nail on the head there, David.
be up in arms = to be very angry and ready to argue or fight.
Residents are up in arms about plans for a new road along the beach.
2011-12-07 21:55:36 補充：
disheartening (adj.) = 令人沮喪, 令人氣餒, 令人灰心
up in arms = 進行武裝鬥爭,竭力反對
hit the nail on the head = 說得對, 中肯, 正中要害資料來源： Longman English Dictionary