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questions But in the last twelve evenings, as he actually sat down in front of the office-model Underwood he had borrowed from the main office downstairs, the roadblock had disappeared under his fingers as magically as cotton candy dissolves on the lips. He had come up almost effortlessly with the insights into Denker's character that had always been lacking, and he had rewritten most of the second act accordingly, making it revolve around the new scene. Question 1 / 1: In this case, what’s the meaning of ‘come up with?’ Question 1 / 2: What’s the meaning of ‘He had come up almost effortlessly with the insights into Denker's character that had always been lacking?’ Question 2: In this case, what’s the meaning of ‘accordingly?’
Sep 5, 2018 1:05 PM
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1/1. “Come up with” == successfully created/invented/imagined. 1/2. “He had quickly created with his imagination ideas about the character Denker’s qualities of character that he previously had been unable to successfully imagine.” 2. Accordingly == 按照. “He had rewritten the second act CONSISTENTLY with his new insights in Denker’s character.”
September 5, 2018
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