A: You look unhappy. What's the matter with you?
B: Bod told me word for word what Tom said about me at the party.
A: Cheer up, you needn't care about that. Everybody know that he is a walkie-talkie.
word for word
Word for word的字面意思是“一個字對一個字”，用來形容“某人照搬原話，一個字也不該”。
E.g. Don' t translate word for word, sentence for sentence.
E.g. Tell me what she said, word for word.
E.g. The child's essay was copied word for word out of an encyclopedia.
E.g. Don't read the article word for word, skim through it to pay attention to key words.
E.g. I repeat this conversation exactly as it occurred. I have no doubt that it is, word for word, the same.
E.g. Almost word for word, Joe repeated a story which he had committed to heart in the watches of the night.
E.g. Do not care about the consequences.
E.g. The first attempt may fail,but we don't care about that.
E.g. Did your teacher have much to say about your being late for class again?
E.g. If you have anything to say about the problem,you can take the floor.
E.g. He doesn't give two pins for what the critics say about his work.
譯文：He is a walkie-talkie.
例句：I did not tell her about it, she is a walkie-talkie.