affable的的用法,affable怎么读美 ['æfəb(ə)l] 英 ['æfəb(ə)l]
pleasant, friendly and easy to talk to
good-natured, friendly, and easy to talk to
"There was no Mandarin before! " said the affable former model, laughing, when Today asked him how his command of the language was pre-fame.
"Barty was a wonderful, affable teacher and conductor, " says Phelps. "He made us work hard and insisted upon perfection. "
Are so reluctant to leave, left the affable teacher, left the lovely naughty students, to leave the shadow of their own childhood!
Zhou Ruqing, an affable 20-year-old, has worked at Longhua for just over a year as a quality inspector on an assembly line.
In this sense he seems to combine the affable nature of Rijkaard and the Teutonic steel of Schuster.
She was civil and affable, but she could hardly conceal her intimate conviction that she was not quite as others were.
He was the more affable on the surface as secretly he became more apprehensive, felt more hollow.
morris looked at him , smiling , without a sign of evasiveness in his affable eye.
He had an affable and haughty air, and a mouth which was always smiling, since it did not shut.
Gonzaga, an affable Philadelphian, introduced me to one of his colleagues, Heather Setrakian, who was running the study.