push somebody over the edge
The line of the cars that were stacked up for blocks all started to honk their horns.
- CavalierLv 79 年前最佳解答
push somebody over the edge 把[某人]逼瘋
push/drive somebody over the edge (informal) If an unpleasant event pushes someone over the edge, it makes them start to behave in a
She had been driven over the edge by the separation from her husband.
stack up 堆疊; 堆聚
stack up [for something] to accumulate, as in stacks.
Your work is stacking up. You will have to work late to finish it. I hate to let my work stack up. I have to do it sooner or later.
The line of the cars that were stacked up for blocks all started to honk
for blocks : 接連好幾個路口參考資料： cavalier
- 河小豚Lv 79 年前
推某人的邊緣stack up堆疊是堆積的塊所有開始按喇叭其角的汽車行。stack up堆疊
- StanzaLv 79 年前
- PONYLv 79 年前
1. push somebody over the edge 把某人逼到沒有退路或走上絕路 (情緒上很可能就是崩潰；金錢上就是破產或走頭無路等等；行為上就是肢體的反抗或一走了之)
The man’s scandal could push his wife over the edge. The World Trade Center attack did push me over the edge.No matter how hard you’re going to teach her, don’t push her over the edge.
2. to stack up 指把某物堆(疊)起來，常見可被立體的堆(疊)的東西有：報紙、CD、錄影帶、文件、帳單、碗盤、傢具、薪材、衣物等；平面的堆(疊)，就譬如你例句中的「車子」成列地堆在一起，也就是「塞車」的意思。
Cassettes and videotapes are stacked up around the room.
Watching bills stack up is terrifying.
The line of the cars that were stacked up for blocks all started to honk their horns. (車子大排長龍，數個路口塞車塞的很嚴重，駕駛人開始按喇叭)
- LouisLv 79 年前