英文释义 (Intransitive verb) To wander or stray from the main topic while discussing something. / to digress or wander/ lose clarity or turn aside especially from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking
例句 EXAMPLE: The elderly professor's lectures often divagated into odd topics unrelated to his primary subject.
短语 in a pinch
英文释义 Describing something which will not be optimal, but which will be satisfactory if other better alternatives are unavailable.
例句 EXAMPLE: I prefer to drive my car when I visit my parents in their village, but in a pinch I can take a bus.