"We as a nation have to be loud and clear that nothing justifies violence against law enforcement."
President Obama condemned violence against law enforcement in the wake of the slaying of three Louisiana law enforcement officers.
Intel Says Demand Is Murky
Intel's profit rose 12% on slightly higher revenue but the chip maker cautioned that the outlook for spending on technology products is uncertain.
亞洲紙版的標題為China's Gains Belie Hazy Future
KIMBERLY PEIRCE talked at double speed and walked faster, cutting through a hotel lobby during an interview, huge strides belying her tiny stature.
loud and clear
darkness or thick cloud, preventing you from seeing clearly:
It was foggy and the sun shone feebly through the murk.
1 dark and dirty or difficult to see through:
The river was brown and murky after the storm.
2 describes a situation that is complicated and unpleasant, and about which many facts are unclear:
He became involved in the murky world of international drug-dealing.
I don't want to get into the murky waters of family arguments.
verb [T] belying, belied, belied
to show something to be false, or to hide something such as an emotion:
Her calm face belied the terror she was feeling.
1 UK to allow other vehicles to go past before you move onto a road:
You have to give way to traffic coming from the right.
2 to stop arguing or fighting against someone or something:
Neither of them will give way, so they could be arguing for a very long time.
Don't give way to your fears.
3 to break, especially when under pressure from strong forces:
Because of an unusually strong current, the bridge's central support gave way, tipping a coach into the river.
noun [C usually singular] SLIGHTLY FORMAL
(especially of people) height:
His red hair and short stature made him easy to recognize.