The English meaning of 1 point2 dot3 drop4 speck5 o'clock6 point (in space or time)7 to draw a dot8 to check on a list9 to choose10 to order (food in a restaurant)11 to touch briefly12 to hint13 to light14 to ignite15 to pour a liquid drop by drop16 (old) one fifth of a two-hour watch 更 (gēng)17 dot stroke in Chinese characters18 classifier for items
If he were a little younger, he would be eligible for the post.
Television has the advantage of providing sports fans with greater convenience.
Don't trust a man whose past you know nothing about.
If you hurry, you will catch up with him.
This shop is open from 9 to 6 o'clock.
I'll call you around five o'clock.
Will you pick me up at seven tomorrow morning?
Father takes the 7:00 subway to work.
I'm at work now, so I'll call you later.
"Will you have some more coffee?" "No, thanks. I've had enough."
With just a little more effort, he would have succeeded.
Quit smoking if you don't want to die early.
It's a good thing to read good books when you are young.
His scores are always better than mine, even though he doesn't study very much.
It is on this point that our opinions differ.
I feel a little guilty that I didn't invite him to join the celebration.
With so many people around he naturally became a bit nervous.
"What's going on in the cave? I'm curious." "I have no idea."
Carrefour's Ham offcuts are not expensive at all, but are nonetheless delicious.
He gave us not only clothes but some money.
I'm afraid I differ with you on this point.
He's a quiet man, a little bald on top.