six 英 [sɪks] 美 [sɪks]
1. They identified six plants as having potential for development into pharmaceutical drugs.
2. The election was held six months ahead of schedule.
3. Their countries had been at war for nearly six weeks.
4. Any property which does not sell within six weeks is overpriced.
5. She bought Ann two bras and six pairs of knickers.
6. More than six million youngsters tune in to Blockbusters every day.
7. The batteries had a life span of six hours.
8. On arrival, a six-course meal was top of the agenda.
9. It would take three to six hours for a round trip.
10. This drug has one important limitation. Its effects only last six hours.
11. The six-person jury deliberated about two hours before returning with the verdict.
12. They walked through the dense Mozambican bush for thirty six hours.
13. She was only six and still missing her front teeth.
14. He was six feet four, all lanky and leggy.
15. He had a staff of six salespeople working for him.