2014.12.05【英译中】又到一年购物季(1/2)

发表于:2014-12-05 13:55 [只看楼主] [划词开启]

From California to New York, this is how the holiday shopping season begins -- the early lines, the massive crowds -- many of them lured in by Black Friday specials from 99-dollar flat-screen TVs to toys at less than half their usual price. It's enough to bring in the savvy shoppers and those just curious to see what all the fuss is about.

从加利福尼亚到纽约,感恩节购物的季节又开始了——早早排队的队伍和拥挤的人群。他们中的很多人都是冲着黑色星期五的特卖会而来——从99美元的平板电视到打半价的玩具。这足以吸引消费者和对此很关注的人。

But this year the shopping frenzy started early with some stores opening as early as 6 a.m. Thanksgiving Day. Traci Markel, who manages a shopping center in California, says traffic has been steady since Thursday night.

但是今年的购物特卖开始较早,有些商店在感恩节早上6点就开始营业了。特拉奇 马克维尔是加利福尼亚的一个购物中心的管理者,他表示从周四晚上开始购买的数量就开始变得稳定。

"We'll expect hundreds of thousands through until tomorrow night at 11 p.m."

Early estimates show consumers spend over $2 billion on Thanksgiving Day. All told, American consumers are expected to spend more than $600 billion by the end of December -- largely the result of pent-up demand and more spending cash caused by low gasoline prices and an improving job picture.

“预计在明天晚上11点的时候交易额会达到几十万。”早期的预测显示在感恩节这天消费者们会花费超过20亿美元。总的来说,预计12月底之前美国的消费者的消费额会超过6,000亿美元,很大原因是潜在需求上升、低价汽油和就业状况好转刺激了更多的现金消费。

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