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中文中有那么多好听的花儿名字,英文的对应名称又是怎样的呢?是不是都是些又长又拗口的拉丁文学名?其实有很多花儿的英文名称都很美哦,一起来看看。  满天星 Baby's breath  “婴儿的呼吸”,这样的名字从口中读出来,都有种温馨甜蜜的意味。这个词是美国英语中用来称呼满天星的,这种花的学名是Gypsophila,这个词可就半点浪漫意味都没了。  牵牛花 morning glory  在我们眼中娇羞如小家碧玉的牵牛花,英文名称居然如此大气而庄严,真让人有几分诧异。这样看来,用牵牛花的另一个名称“朝颜”来对应morning glory,会更匹配一些。同样,它的学名,旋花科植物Convolvulaceae,看上去就没那么诗意了。  水仙 narcissus/daffodil narcissus这个名字来源于希腊神话中的美少年Narcissus,由于痴恋自己在河中美丽的倒影而憔悴致死,死后化作水仙花。因此我们常说的“自恋”英语中就是narcissistic;narcissus这个词是“水仙花”的总称,而daffodil指的是其中的一种,黄水仙。英国著名湖畔派诗人华兹华斯就有一首脍炙人口的优美小诗《Daffodil》。  勿忘我 Forget-me-not  英文和中文刚好相互对应。原名是希腊文,意为“老鼠的耳朵”,因为勿忘我的叶子长的像老鼠耳朵。更常用的这个forget-me-not最开始是从法文名ne m'oubliez pas(别忘记我)直接翻译过来的。  木槿 Rose of Sharon  《诗经》中曾将美貌女子比喻成木槿:有女同车,颜如舜华。“舜”就是木槿。英文名看上去很奇怪,因为最初将圣经翻译成英文时,译者把希伯来语中的 “木槿”一词翻错了,于是就出现了rose of sharon这个名字。  萱草 Day lily  萱草又称忘忧草。古时候由于母亲居住的地方,门前总是种满萱草,所以用“萱堂”来指代母亲。这是一种寄托思念的花,在古老的《诗经》中同样出现过:焉得谖草?言树之背。愿言思伯,使我心痗。其中“谖草”就是萱草的古称。英文名day lily来自希腊语,希腊语的原意是“day”和“beautiful”。  康乃馨 carnation  看得出来,康乃馨的名字是从英文音译过来的。大家都知道康乃馨是从给妈妈的花,但是不同颜色的康乃馨也有不同的含义,在法国,紫色康乃馨是献给死者的花,而且在讲法语的国家,康乃馨代表的是不幸。送给妈妈的康乃馨应该是粉红色。传说这种花是圣母玛利亚的眼泪灌溉出来的,所以代表了至纯的母爱。康乃馨的学名在希腊文中的原意是heavenly flower。母亲节快到了,大家是不是要给自己的妈妈准备一束粉色康乃馨呢? /201004/102553。

第一名:牡羊座代表观点:牡羊座的人总会在最关键时刻显示出他的智慧!Aries:They always show their wisdom in key moments. /200911/89722。

Celebrations and traditions hold a special place in a nation. It is a time of national solidarity when the general families come together and forget the day to day grind and celebrates a holiday, for a particular purpose. It is a way for the people to express themselves. 庆典和传统在一个国家中占据着特殊的地位。这是一个举国团结的时刻,家家户户欢聚一堂,把日常琐事都抛诸脑后,为了一个特别目的来庆祝一个节日。这也是人们表达自我的一种方式。 Besides the national festivals and celebrations, many places enjoy some whacky celebrations. Here are just 3 whacky festivals: 许多地方在欢度全国性节日和庆典之外还举办一些古怪的庆祝活动。下面就介绍三个怪节日。 Japanese Naked Festival 日本裸体节Japan hosts the Naked Festival. All male contestants are dressed in oversize diapers and parade through the winter streets. Bystanders throw cold water over the contestants, who drink copious amounts of sake in an effort to stop from freezing. 日本会举办裸体节。所有的男性参与者都身穿肥大的兜裆布在冬日的街头列队游行。路边的旁观者则把冷水泼到他们身上。参赛者们则喝大量的清酒以免被冻僵。 La Tomatina Festival 西红柿节Every August thousands of Spaniards take part in the La Tomatina festival in Bunol. Truckloads of tomatoes are dumped in each year and dumped in the city centre. The people throw tomatoes at each other for the whole day, but the only rule is that the tomato must be flattened in the hand first, before being thrown. Even elderly grandmothers have been seen to participate in the festival. 每年八月都有成千上万的西班牙人参加在波诺举行的西红柿节。每年,一卡车一卡车的西红柿都会被运送并倾倒到市中心。整整一天,人们都互相扔掷西红柿。但是,唯一的规矩就是必须先把西红柿用手捏扁了再扔。就连老奶奶都会参加这个节日。 Sauna Bathing Championships 桑拿浴大赛If you prefer it hot, Finland is the place for you to compare in the Sauna Bathing Championships. Every 30 seconds the heat is turned up, but the contestants must keep their naked bums firmly on the wooden seat, while remaining seated in an upright positon. The last person left in the sauna is the winner. 如果你喜欢高温,就去芬兰参加桑拿浴大赛吧!温度每30秒就升高一次,选手们必须坚持光着屁股坐在木椅子上,同时保持笔直的坐姿。最后一名留在桑拿室的人将赢得冠军。 While some say festivals express something about the people who celebrate them, I wonder! It is important however, as a universal community we respect without censure, how and what others choose to celebrate. Each festival meets a particular need in the individuals of that nation and becomes an integral part of a way of life. Maybe you can come up with some whacky celebration of your own. 有人说节日体现了庆祝者身上的某些东西,我去对此表示怀疑。但是,重要的是,作为地球村的一员,我们应该尊重而非责难他人选择庆祝的方式和内容。每个节日都满足了该国家中个体成员的某种特殊需要,并且构成了生活方式中不可或缺的部分。也许你也可以发现一些属于自己国家的古怪节日呢! /200904/66034。

你了解自己吗?了解自己的职业吗?了解自己的欲求吗?希望下面这篇文章能帮助你找到。1. Where are you are in your career? 你处于职业生涯的哪个位置?First quarter 1/4处Second quarter 2/4处Third quarter 3/4处Fourth quarter 4/4处Retired 退休2. How do you assess yourself in your profession? 在职业中,你如何来评估自己Just getting started 才开始Intermediate 中等High-performer 高表现者Expert 专家World class 世界级3. What percent of your focus is on the following (for a total of 100%)? 对以下你的关注百分比是多少(一共是100%)To excel and achieve personal success: ____ % 在个人成功方面出类拔萃,并取得个人成功To make others around me successful: ____ % 让我周围的人成功4. What three things have the greatest meaning in your life? 哪三件事情在你生命中有最大的意义?5. Have you found your life's calling? 你找到了自己的"天职"吗?Not looking 没有在寻找Still searching 依然在寻找I think so 我自认为找到了Definitely 绝对是找到了6. How great an impact do you believe your life's calling can ultimately have? 你认为你的“天职”会产生多大影响?Meaningful at an individual level 在个人级别上有意义Important at the local level 在某个范围内有意义Significant for the community at large 对整个社会有意义World-changing 能带来世界性的改变7. How close are you to realizing this potential? 你离实现这个潜能有多么远?Just starting to make a dent 才开始出一点成绩About a quarter of the way there 完成了1/4了About halfway there 完成了1/2了Almost there 几乎实现了Keep your answers in mind as you continue ing. 在继续阅读的时候,请记住你对以上问题给出的。Beyond Success 超越成功Over the past two decades I've had the opportunity to advise and recruit many extraordinary individuals. Often, these are people who have reached the pinnacle of success. Yet what's become clear to me is that reaching even the highest-profile, highest-paid, or highest-prestige positions isn't what's most important. 在过去的二十年里,我有机会聘请许多杰出的人物并给他们建议。这些人大多都取得了辉煌的成功。然而我认识到(在他们的职业生涯中),获得最高评价、最高收入或最高声望誉的职位都不是最重要的。Sure, it's great to achieve all these things, and very few who do complain about it. But whether they've aly reached the top, are just starting out, or are somewhere along the way, almost everyone yearns -- especially when they take the time to reflect -- for something more fundamentally gratifying in their lives. 当然,要实现所有这些是很好,而且不会有多少人会去抱怨这些东西。但是,不论是否他们已经到达了巅峰,还是刚刚起步,还是正在路上,几乎人人都在渴求生活中更基本的令人满意的事情,这种欲望在他们反思的时候尤为强烈。 /200908/81394。

New Year's Eve requires the ultimate party outfit. But what if you have aly run your dressy wardrobe ragged during the holiday season? Or you feel as if it's time to ring in 2006 with something fresh? Or your holiday spending has burned holes in your designer denim pockets? The answer might be to rent a little luxury. The renting business has begun to lose the stigma of an industry filled with knockoff designer tuxedos, Halloween costumes or out-of-date evening wear. Still largely an industry dedicated to special-event clothing (gala dinners, corporate parties, weddings), it has started to branch out into more casual clothing. And for those not afraid to shop around, it has become an option for dressing well on a budget. At the London-based eveningwear rental company One Night Stand (onenightstand.co.uk), there are more than 500 dresses for rent with 25 percent of the stock bought new every year. The owner, Joanna Doniger, started the company when she got fed up with people borrowing her dresses. "I thought why couldn't they go out and buy their own," she says with a laugh. But they can't; for the price of one of her rentals (£150, or 0, for a four-day period), the only things available in most department stores are dresses that look as if they are late for the prom. "Working women have sophisticated tastes, but buying an evening dress is a very expensive proposition, and most people don't want to wear the same dress more than once," says Doniger. This need for something new and different for every social outing has even created subcategories in the luxury rental business. In Paris the clothing rental store Quidam de Revel has carved out a niche in the industry by renting only designer vintage clothing. Located in the 3rd Arrondissement (it faces the Christian Lacroix-designed hotel Le Petit Moulin), the store caters to a discerning clientele looking to make an impact. Opened six years ago by Philippe and Emmanuel Harros as a way to make money out of their love of vintage fashion, the store rents clothing, bags and jewelry for one night or for an entire fashion season. "Our clothing is really the crème de la crème of vintage," says Philippe Harros, who also counts most of the top fashion houses as clients who come in and rent pieces for inspiration. With an adjacent storefront chockablock full of the husband and wife's vintage finds, renting is by appointment only. "We see ourselves as consultants for our clients. We make a selection of items from what they give us as guidelines, and we use our own knowledge of the collection to make the best choices," he says. The couple plan to open a second rental store in the new year. But what has brought on this recent change in perception on renting luxury? Unexpectedly, the transformation has been helped along by a change in corporate policy by many top businesses. For years businessmen all over the world have gotten a clothing allowance from their companies to rent a tuxedo or other luxury items they need for an event. But while any company looking at the bottom line is not going to pay for a female employee to buy a new evening dress, they are now more willing to help pay for renting one. "In the last five years a lot of businesses have started to pay for some if not all of a rental. They will pay, say, £80 or £90 of the cost and let the women top off the rest themselves," says Doniger. But renting luxury fashion is not limited to clothing. As anyone who has picked up a fashion magazine over the past few years knows, having the latest must-have designer handbag is the fastest way for a woman to communicate her fashion savvy and display her luxury status. In April 2004 the Bag Borrow or Steal (www.bagborroworsteal.com) Web site was launched to cater to women who covet the luxury handbags but not their designer prices. "Our company gives the everyday woman a chance to wear the latest designer bag and feel like a million bucks without having to spend it," says Brenda Kauffman, fashion director for the company. For a monthly fee the company will let members borrow a bag for as long as they want, and if they fall in love with it, they even give their clientele the option to "steal" the bag for a certain sum. There are three different membership levels, called Trendsetter, Princess and Diva, and the bags available to rent are not overstock or from last season. Become a Diva member for 0 a month, and carrying the latest incarnation of the Chloé Paddington bag or a Fendi Spy bag is no longer a dream but a reality. /201003/99592。

【中英对照】1. Forget about excuses 不要寻找借口No boss cares why an assignment wasn't done. It's your job to get it done and on time.没有老板在乎你没有完成职责的原因。因此及时完成工作是你的事。2. Don't aim for perfection 不要苛求“完美” Getting it done well and on time is much more important than doing it "Perfectly"及时把工作做好比做得“完美”重要得多。3. Carrying your share is not enough 只做份内事是不够的 Bosses value people who do their job and look around for, create or ask for more real work.上司看重那些不仅做份内事而且主动寻找、创造或要求更多工作的员工。4. Follow through 自始至终完成工作Tie up the loose ends of your assignments. Don't wait to be reminded, particularly by a Supervisor.对分配给你的工作做到有始有终,不要等到别人特别是你的主管来提醒你。5. Anticipate problems 预见到问题When your responsibilities depend on input from others, check their plans and their understanding of what you're requesting.当你的工作有赖于他人的参与时,要核对他们的计划并确认他们知道你的要求。6. Be resilient about problems 坚韧乐观地面对难题Part of carrying your responsibilities is understanding that unforeseeable failures by others are a routine part of work life. When problems occur, no one is picking on you and you can't excuse it as bad luck.发生别人无法预料到的失误是工作生涯中常见的事情。理解这一点就是你工作职责的一部分。当问题发生时,没有人怪罪于你,你也不能以运气不好作为借口。7. Don't take problems to your boss 别把问题留给你的上司If you lack the authority, come prepared with solutions when you broach the problem. Even though your boss may not use your solutions, you've made an impression as a problem solver - not as a problem collector.如果你权力有限,在去见上司以前要准备好解决问题的方案。即使你的上司可能不采纳你的解决方案,也已经给他留下了这样的印象:你是解决问题而不是收集问题的人。8. Attendance counts 出满勤People quickly become aware of who makes an effort to be there and who uses any excuse to miss a day.从出勤情况可以很快看出,谁在努力工作,谁在寻找理由混日子。 /200906/75664。

You Embrace the Challenge   People who consider themselves self-disciplined, organized achievers live longer and have up to an 89% lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s than the less conscientious. When you’re good at focusing your attention, you use more brainpower. Set personal or career goals, and challenge yourself to meet them by a certain time. Also, try new things to stimulate your brain: If you always fiction, pick up an autobiography instead. The next day, try to recall three facts you learned from the ing.   喜欢挑战   认为自己自律、有成就的人更长寿。他们比不太有责任心的人患老年痴呆的几率少89% 以上。如果你能集中精神做事,你就能调动更多脑细胞,从而有助于防止老年痴呆。制定个人或职业目标,并通过一段时间来实现这些目标。此外,尝试新事物来刺激大脑:如果你总是读小说,不妨看看自传。第二天试着回忆你从书中看到的三个细节。 /201002/96776。

Talking Over Dinner 就餐时谈话Where It's Offensive: Africa, Japan, Thailand, China, Finland.禁忌地:非洲、日本、泰国、芬兰What's Offensive 禁忌:In some countries, like China, Japan, and some African nations, the food's the thing, so don't start chatting about your day's adventures while everyone else is digging into dinner. You'll likely be met with silence--not because your group is unfriendly, but because mealtimes are for eating, not talking. Also avoid conversations in places a country might consider sacred or reflective--churches in Europe, temples in Thailand, and saunas in Finland.在日本和一些非洲国家,吃饭就是吃饭,所以当其他人都在大快朵颐时,不要谈论你当天的经历。你可能会遭遇沉默——这并非你的同伴不友好,而是因为就餐时间只应吃饭,无需交谈。也要避免在一些被认为是神圣或需要沉思的地方谈话——比如欧洲的教堂、泰国的庙宇和芬兰的桑拿浴室。What You Should Do Instead 对策:Keep quiet! 保持沉默! /200907/77645。

Did you ever think there was a better, different way to live? Did you ever think, “Maybe I don’t have to go to a job and work 40+ hours a week, feel exhausted, wish for more time for myself or my family, and wonder when the fun stuff begins?” If so, get y: your life’s about to change.When I was a little girl, I woke up every morning with the sun. I opened my eyes, heard birds chirping outside my window, and smiled, thinking about the adventures of the coming day. Fast forward to my last corporate job, when I woke up with the alarm clock, slammed my hand down on the snooze button and laid in bed, a feeling of d in the pit of my stomach, thinking about the eight hours I was about to spend working under fluorescent lights, in a small cubicle, so my boss could take credit for my work and someone else could profit.Why do we do this to ourselves? When I look back on the time I spent in Corporate America, I realize that I didn’t know any better. Despite the entrepreneurial spirit I’ve felt through my entire life, there was a period of time when it simply didn’t occur to me that my life belonged to me and I didn’t have to live according to the narrow path that had been defined for me.It took carpal tunnel syndrome and an inflexible corporate environment for me to realize that I desperately needed a change. And that’s what it took to remind me of the philosophy my dad taught me as a little girl, something I’d long forgotten: that work is what makes the rest of your life possible.From this perspective, “work” takes on substantially less meaning, while “life” takes center stage. I like this because it reminds me where my priorities lie. I’d much rather my tombstone , “She truly lived,” than “She worked a lot.”It’s easy to say “work makes the rest of my life possible,” but how does it look in real life, and how do you put this into play in your own life? How it looks in real life:I wake up each morning, knowing that the day belongs to me. I have a schedule, but I’m not beholden to a boss or supervisor who will dock my pay or fire me if I decide the schedule doesn’t suit my mood that day. One of my priorities is my health and physical well-being, so most mornings I start my day off with a workout at the gym. Since my day is my own, I can work out without rushing, and that allows me to get to know the other members of my gym, which means it’s a social event as well.Then, depending on the day and what I’ve committed to, I may work with clients, do some writing for my blog, e-zine, the book I’m working on, or the other sites I write for, or one of the several books I’m into at any given moment. Aside from scheduled meetings with clients and deadlines, I do what suits my mood the best - if I’m struggling for inspiration for my articles, I spend more time ing. If I’m in the mood to bake b with my husband, I do. And I’ve structured my businesses so that if I want to get on a plane and fly to South America, England, or New Orleans for a weekend or a month, I can do it without a second thought and my income doesn’t change a bit.The point is, no day is completely consumed by work, it’s all flexible, and everything I do for “work” is something that I enjoy doing. If I don’t enjoy it, I either don’t do it or I find someone who does and I outsource that work to them.When I speak to groups, I’m often asked, “How many hours a week do you work?” Sure, just like Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek, some weeks I only work four hours. But if I’m working on a book or one of my one-on-one clients is launching his/her business, I work at least forty. Those are the extremes: most weeks I stay somewhere in the twenty to twenty five hour range. But I can tell you this: I wake up with the sun and the birds chirping, just like I did when I was a little girl. I always wake up smiling, and I love what I do.But I’m not that different from you. I’m not overly lucky and nothing that special has happened that made this possible for me. Virtually anyone can do this. So how can you incorporate this into your own life?The mindset comes first. You have to take responsibility for your life and know that it is yours to live in whatever way that you want. Think this is easy? It’s not. This can be one of the scariest things you’ll ever do. But as Seth Godin recently wrote, “the riskiest thing you can do is play it safe.” So take a risk and believe that your life belongs to you.Second, figure out your priorities and your goals. What’s most important to you? Are there things you want to do, places you want to see? Maybe you just want more quality time with your family, or want more time to relax- that’s okay. The point is to figure out what’s most important to you.Third, design a business to suit your lifestyle goals. This is the most challenging aspect of applying this philosophy, because it requires some extra knowledge- what opportunities are out there, how to repurpose what you aly know and/or do, how to brand yourself and market your business. There is no one-size-fits-all solution- a business model that works for one person may not be suited to another. Your best bet, the easiest and fastest way to accomplish this, is to work with someone who has successfully made the transition themselves, who knows the opportunities out there, can help you figure out what suits you best, help you put it all together and show you the ropes.Finally, be prepared to work to get to the point of living the dream. I’m not going to lie to you. It rarely happens overnight. Some of my clients have transitioned into this lifestyle (what I call the “Business in Blue Jeans lifestyle”) within a month or two, while others have taken a bit longer. Some of it depends on the industry you’re in and some depends on what you’re willing to put into it and how focused you are. Because the fact is, even though you aren’t working as much or as hard as before, in this lifestyle, when you are working, you need to be really focused.Ultimately, the bottom line is that when you’re working for a life that you’ve designed, when you love what you’re doing and when you know that you aren’t just putting in the time, everything changes. Change the way you view work, and you’ll completely change your life. /200902/62549。

The Supper Club, San Francisco, Calif. 晚餐俱乐部 (圣弗朗西斯科,加利福尼亚州)   Designed to enlighten all five of your senses, this 11,000-square-foot Dutch restaurant is unlike any other dining experience you will encounter. After being tucked into your bed/dinner table for your meal by a performance artist/waiter, you’ll spend four hours dining and being serenaded by drag queens (and kings), getting rubdowns from a masseur, and wowed by acrobats.   走进这间占地11000平方英尺的荷兰餐馆,你的五个感觉器官都会被调动起来,因为它与你去过的其他餐馆都截然不同。在被装扮成演员的务生领到餐位后,你会在这里度过4个小时的时光,吃饭的同时,耳边回响着小夜曲,享受着务,还可以观看杂技表演。 /200909/84990。