19 Readers of weightier fare, including literary fiction and narrative nonfiction, have been less inclined to go digital. They seem to prefer the heft and durability, the tactile pleasures, of what we still call 'real books'─the kind you can set on a shelf.純文學小說和敘事性非虛構類文學等嚴肅作品的讀者不願讀電子書。他們似乎更喜歡可以放在書架上的“真正的圖書”那種厚重、耐久和令人愉悅的触 感。
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Grilled tomato and tomato pasta (Photo by Katsumi Oyama)
Tomatoes grown in Japan seem to taste zestier these days.
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Whether they add heft to a salad, top a deep green bruschetta or play a starring role supported by a zesty tomato sauce, poached eggs are an easy and satisfying way to dine solo.
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|Puree in a blender and reheat. (Photo by Katsumi Oyama)|
As Italian cuisine became more familiar, farmers in Japan began to cultivate more local vegetables. One such vegetable is the zucchini, a relative of the pumpkin that offers a distinct texture. When you have a few zucchini, chef Kuniaki Arima suggests making soup from them. The process is simple. Stir-fry an ingredient and coat it with oil. When aroma rises, add the next ingredient. This recipe may also be used to make seasonal soups from carrots, turnips and other vegetables. Serves four.
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Pronunciation: /ˈhɛfti/Translate hefty | into French | into German | into Italian | into Spanish
adjective (heftier, heftiest)
2 たっぷりの, 高額の
3 力のある, 強い, 強烈な.
heftLine breaks: heft
verb[with object and adverbial]
noun[mass noun] North American Back to top
Originlate Middle English (as a noun): probably from heave, on the pattern of words such as cleft and weft.
1. Weight; heaviness.
1. To test the weight of something by lifting.
2. To heave or hoist.
After heave, on the pattern of cleave/cleft, leave/left, thieve/theft, weave/weft, etc. From Middle English heven (to lift, take)
"Turning 40 once meant winding down, but for thousands of Canadian women, it means winding up: hefting barbells, hitting the books, embracing whole new lives." — Deborah Jones; Middle-aged? Who, Me?; Chatelaine (Toronto, Canada); Apr 1, 1998.
make up be reconciled after a quarrel:let’s kiss and make up
make up for lost timeTranslate make up for lost time | into German | into Italian
do something faster or more often in order to compensate for not having done it quickly or often enough before: he may not have travelled much as a young man, but he has now made up for lost time
1 風味の強い.2 精力的な.