2016年12月1日 星期四

comfy, Be right back/ brb. take a dim view of



Be right back, eating a KitKat.

This drone powered hammock looks as comfy as it is reasonable... Watch the full commercial here: http://bit.ly/2gCblEi


Choosing which flight to book is generally a compromise between two things. The first is convenience; the second is price. Yet even as their shopping habits encourage airlines to prioritise price over service, many passengers whine as life in the cheap seats gets less comfy. Several companies are now looking at ways to incorporate quality ratings into their search results http://econ.st/1ECzLl3

CHOOSING which flight to book is generally a compromise between two things. The first is convenience: is the flight to or from a handy airport, at an agreeable time...
ECON.ST


A licensed clinical social worker had lots of comfy, overstuffed furniture and encouraged patients to sit anywhere

Airlines think there is further scope for cramming more bodies into economy and that passengers will tolerate this in exchange for cheap fares. Meanwhile, business class keeps on getting comfier http://econ.st/1BR5BdR

Chinese Take Dim View of the City of Light

A growing number of Chinese tourists in Paris — armed with wads of cash but still somewhat naïve about the ways of the West — are falling victim to their unrealistic expectations of the city.





Be right back
. Used to indicate the speaker will return in a moment. Often abbreviated in online slang as brb.
A terrible lie from which this person never plans to return


comfy

Line breaks: comfy
Pronunciation: /ˈkʌmfi /






ADJECTIVE (comfiercomfiest)

INFORMAL
Comfortable:comfy furniturea comfy ride

Origin

early 19th century: abbreviation.
Derivatives




comfily
ADVERB









comfiness

NOUN







take a dim view of

Regard with disapproval.
MORE EXAMPLE SENTENCES
  • If information is received and no action is taken the force would take a dim view of that.
  • Residents view street cleaning as a fundamental job of their council, and will take a dim view of any further deterioration of the service.
  • As a former chairman I would take a dim view of not being allowed into a dressing room.


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