bate英 [beɪt] 美 [beɪt]
1. The cruel landlord would bate him no rent.
1. His curiosity has bated.
1. 假节理：batchwise 分批输送 | bate 假节理 | bateque 泉水沉积
2. 减弱：batcher 材料计量器 | bate 减弱 | bateau bridge 浮桥
3. 包皮重量：batching 定量 | bate 包皮重量 | bateau bridge 浮桥
4. 软皮剂;柔皮剂：batchwise fractional liquid extraction 批式分级液体萃取 | bate 软皮剂;柔皮剂 | bath salt 浴盐
5. bate：baseband adaptive transversal equalizer; 基本频带自适应横向均压器，基带自适应横向均衡器
1. Isn`t that a lot like investing all your money so that future generations can bate interest on it?
2. Thus it leaves a bate and waits for a bite.
3. But do not be eager to walking into shower, because vapour is OK bate your skin, make it easier purify often abandons cutin.
4. He will lose none of his Authority; no, not bate an Ace of it: He is humorous 1 to his Wife, he beats his Children, is angry with his Servants, strict with his Neighbors, revenges all Affronts to Extremity; but, alas, forgets all the while that he is the Man; and is more in Arrear to God, that is so very patient with him, than they are to him with whom he is so strict and impatient.
5. It is a long story, with many branches, and Mr Bate teases it out with the mixture of precise, wide-ranging historical, biographical and literary scholarship that distinguishes the book as a whole.
6. Kid, I got your'bate crate.
7. But be in at present, of this one weapon apply by bate.
8. You must bate me an ace, or I`ll lose soon.
9. I bate to come in the middle.
10. Until it was time to open the presents, the children had to bate their curiosity.
11. Against Milan it will be a direct encounter and even the match against Bate is important.
12. Damage hair is qualitative must first daub of the ability after attenuant emollient, also can allocate with 3 agents, scale chooses according to the damage level of the hair, if discover after bate judgement error brings about bate excessive should pour water instantly, develop the 3rd agent, if the hair is sere only OK redo, if the hair has resembled cotton shrink into oneself is washed-up.
13. His wife bate, busy go looking after all, see him that blank look, even more angry.
14. On balance, Mr Bate suggests, the humane realism of Epicurus, an ancient Greek philosopher, whose pliableness and variety of mind Shakespeare would have encountered indirectly through the essays of Montaigne, is a good place to start.