6 Heathcliff disappears
eg: Our manager disappeared before the press conference.
1778—9 Hindley came into the kitchen，swearing terribly
，just as I was about to hide little Hareton，in a cupboard．I was always afraid that Hindley would hurt his small son，either by accident or on purpose，when he was drunk，so I tried to keep Hareton out of the way．But this time Hindley discovered my plan．
解析：短语out of the way的字面意思是不挡道，把……移开，同时还有偏僻的，罕见的意思。在文本中取用的是这个短语的字面意思，不挡道，不碍事。
eg:Thesoldier nodded slightly, and moved out of the way to let them through.
‘Ah，you keep my son in a cupboard，do you！’he cried angrily，picking up a sharp kitchen knife．‘With the devil's help I'll make you swallow
this，Ellen！’And he pushed the knife between my teeth．
I was never afraid he would hurt me，and calmly took the knife out of my mouth．
‘But that can't be my son，can it？’he continued aggressively，staring at the frightened little boy．‘If it is，he should be punished for not running to greet his father．Perhaps I'll cut his ears off！’And then suddenly his manner changed．‘No，Hareton，darling，don't cry！Kiss me，kiss your father！What？You won't？Then I'll break your neck！’
eg:China, which raises more poultry than any other country worldwide, has vowed to aggressively fight the virus.
stare at 盯着，凝视，还可以用fix one's eyes on表达相同意思。
eg:As he came to, he saw many men staring at him.
Poor Hareton，screaming wildly，was carried upstairs by his father．Suddenly Hindley stopped on the stairs to listen，almost forgetting what he was holding．Heathcliff had come into the house and stood at the bottom of the stairs，looking up．Just then the child jumped out of Hindley's arms and fell．I only had time to gasp ink horror，before I saw that Heathcliff had caught him．
Heathcliff stared down at the child he was holding．He must have felt sorry he had saved the life of his enemy's son．I rushed to take the poor little boy in my arms，and Hindley came slowly downstairs．
He rudely stared down my friend in the corner of the street.
‘Look what you've done，Mr Hindley！’I cried．‘You nearly killed your own son！What would his mother say if she were alive？’
‘Take him away，Ellen And you，Heathcliff，go away too．I won't murder you tonight，unless perhaps I set the house on fire．But that depends
how I feel．’And he poured himself a drink．
eg:I depend on my pen for a living.
‘Don't drink any more，Mr Hindley！’I begged．
‘What difference does it make？’he growled．‘Get out，both of you！To the devil with you！’
eg:The dog growled at me.
We left him swearing at us，and went back into the kitchen．
‘It's a pity he can't kill himself with drink，'muttered Heathcliff．‘Dr Kenneth says he'll live longer than any of us，he's so strong．’