- to disperse
to break up
- n.休息,暂停,破裂,突变 v.打破,违犯,折断,削弱,超过,突变
- adv.向上,到(较高的地方,北方),起来,起床 prep.向上,在上,沿 adj.向上的,上行的
- The supervisor's presence militated against a relaxed atmosphere.
- The police broke up the meeting.
- Police used water cannon to break up the demonstration.
- Police used tear gas to disperse the crowds.
- The police dispersed the demonstrators with tear gas.
- The thundershower had temporarily scattered the swimmers.
- Scatter shot: this ability will now trigger thrill of the hunt.
- Certainly much of mrs thatcher's prime ministership particularly the retaking of the falklands in1982 was an essay in exorcising the demons of suez.
- But passing his hand across his forehead as if to dispel his revery he rang the bell twice and bertuccio entered.
- The demonstrators who have dubbed themselves "the disobedient" held their own march nearby but police in riot gear were on hand to keep them away from the parade route.
- Tear-gas bombs were set off to disperse the crowds.
- Tear-gas bombs were set off to break up the crowds.
- I'm not too keen on crusties myself but it was a bit harsh to see the police riot squad beating them for no real reason.
- Israeli police broke up the protest along with another one at damascus gate using tear gas and stun grenades ap reported.
- Dissipating your powers; strive constantly to concentrate them.genius thinks it can do whatever it sees others doing but is sure to repent of every ill-judged outlay.