- adj.敏锐的,凛冽的,轻快的,活泼的 vt.使活泼 vi.活跃起来
- On investigation the lower limbs showed an up-per motor neurone type of lesion with complete loss of power brisk knee and ankle-jerks absent abdominal reflexes and bilateral extensor plantar response.
- And she seemed capable of brisk speed which indeed she had already proved by gaining several prizes in pilot-boat races.
- On week-ends his rolls-royce became an omnibus bearing parties to and from the city between nine in the morning and long past midnight while his station wagon scampered like a brisk yellow bug to meet all trains.
- Please rush shipment so as to enable us to catch the brisk demand at the beginning of the season.
- The cafeteria was noisy the food only so-so but service was brisk and she could be in and out in fifteen minutes.
- He walks along briskly twirl his cane in the air.
- Where legal databases match addresses with unlisted telephone numbers and illegal ones do a brisk trade in bank stock and tax information.
- Change from a brisk to a sluggish pupillary response indicates increasing intracranial pressure.
- A small man brisk and natty.
- A brisk well-organized and self-possessed woman.
- Simonne flung a fur-lined pelisse briskly over her shoulders and went out.
- Cut along the natural direction of brisket at xiphoid and get the top meat.
- A brisk walk in the park; a lively gait; a merry chase; traveling at a rattling rate; a snappy pace; a spanking breeze.
- The ordinary rickshaw pullers of this city were not brisk runners but walked deliberately along as if taking an after-meal stroll.
- Was noisy the food was only so-so but service was brisk and she could be in and out in fifteen minutes.