The Hatchet Man in The Lighthouse
|hatchet man(n)||(slang) 1.A man hired to commit murder. 2.One assighned to carry out a ruthless task or a vicious or unscrupulous order(http://www.thefreedictionary.com/hatchet%20manより引用しました)|
Someone with a hatchet face has a long, narrow face with sharp features.
|lighthouse(n)||A lighthouse is a tower containing a powerful flashing
lamp that is built on the coast or on a small island. Lighthouses are
used to guide ships or to warn them of danger.
|trunk(n)||The trunk of a tree is the large main stem from which
the branches grow.
|strand(n)||A strand of something such as hair, wire, or thread
is a single thin piece of it.
|smudge(n)||A smudge is a dirty mark.
よごれ,染み,汚点 (遠くや水中の物体など)輪郭のはっきりしないもの,おぼろな塊,斑点(はんてん), かげ
|squint(v)||If you squint at something, you look at it with your
eyes partly closed.
|in turn||You use in turn to refer to actions or events that
are in a sequence one after the other, for example because one cause the
|patronizing(adj)||If someone is patronizing, they speak or behave towards
you in a way that seems friendly, but which shows that they think they
are superior to you.
|brook(v)||If someone in a position of authority will brook no
interference or opposition, they will not accept any interference or opposition
|scan(v)||When you scan a place or group of people, you look
at it carefully, usually because you are looking for something or someone.
|gargantuan(n)||If you say that something is gargantuan, you are emphasizing
that it is very large.
|emphatically(adv)||If you say something emphatically, you say it in a forceful way which shows that you feel very strongly about what you are saying.|
|seahorse(n)||A seahorse is a type of small fish which appears to
swim in a vertical position and whose head looks a little like the head
of a hores.
|expanse(n)||An expanse of something, usually sea, sky, or land,
is a very large amount of it.
|speck(n)||A speck is a very small stain, mark, or shape.
|検索はLongman Dictionary of Contemporary English とAmerican Heritage College dictionaryとColins COBUILDのCD-ROMと小学館ランダムハウス英和辞典CD-ROMを使いました|
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