Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉医学大词典
Now, with an agreementput on the table, talks have broken down in acrimony.
The miniskirt of pink appears easily too lovely, with the small vest of mature feeling collocation makes acrimony sex appeal.
Every lender or investor eventually will need his money back, and a legal document covering everything from the terms to the timing can avoid the kind of acrimony just described.
These are slow, nit- picky debates, fraught with acrimony and issues of nationalism.
Emma may be a Swan, but as played by Morrison, she’s an unhappy one, with an abiding sense of guilt, a hint of acrimony about the mouth, and an abiding sense of decency and justice.
The second, and possibly last, trial starts amid controversy and acrimony.
Most likely, both sides will put on as positive a face as possible, but expect the acrimony to continue as both sides come to grips with an increasingly complicated relationship.
Their acrimony extends toward the Cites leadership itself, which they have accused of promoting the ivory trade.
But it is unclear whether it will end the political acrimony and stalemate that has dogged the government and stock market for the past three years.
The revelations – made as the UN climate talks resume in Bonn tomorrow – come in Yvo de Boer's candid letter, written to colleagues days after the summit broke up in acrimony in December.