名词:chronicler 动词过去式:chronicled 过去分词:chronicled 现在分词:chronicling 第三人称单数:chronicles
n (often pl 常作复数) record of historical events in the order in which they happened 编年史
*He consulted the chronicles of the period. 他参考了这一时期的编年史.
v [Tn] record (sth) in a chronicle 将（某事物）载入编年史
*chronicling the events of a war 把战争中的重大事件载入编年史中.
1. James Cameron of the London News Chronicle, who was in China in 1954, reported even then the pace of building was unbelievable; how four new hospitals, six factories, and eleven full-scale blocks, had been laid out, started and completed in a matter 一九五四年访问中国的伦敦《新闻纪事报》记者詹姆斯·卡麦隆报导说，当时建设速度之快是难以令人置信的：四家医院，六座工厂和十一个完整的街区仅在数周之内就设计、建造并完工了。