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万事如意

  • 1 当事人意思自治

    "金山词霸2003法学大词典":
    autonomy of will of the parties

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > 当事人意思自治

  • 2 如意弓丝

    arch wire,ideal

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 如意弓丝

  • 3 如意状的

    sigmoid;sigmoidal

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 如意状的

  • 4 意外,事故,意外伤害

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 意外,事故,意外伤害

  • 5 故障,偶发事故,意外伤害

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 故障,偶发事故,意外伤害

  • 6 旧事如新

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 旧事如新

  • 7 旧事如新感

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 旧事如新感

  • 8 旧事如新症

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 旧事如新症

  • 9 非预期事件,意外事件

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > 非预期事件,意外事件

  • 10 BEST

    best best adj. (superlative of good * good 的最高级) 1. of the most excellent type or quality • 最好的;最出色的;最优秀的:
    »Thatˈs the best movie Iˈve ever seen!
    那是我看过的最棒的电影!
    »She was one of the best tennis players of her generation.
    她是同辈中最出色的网球运动员之一。
    »Is that your best suit?
    那是你最漂亮的一套衣服吗?
    »Theyˈve been best friends (= closest friends) since they were children.
    他们从孩提时起就是最要好的朋友。
    »the companyˈs best-ever results
    »We want the kids to have the best possible education.
    我们想让孩子们接受最好最好的教育。
    2. most enjoyable; happiest • 最愉快的;最幸福的:
    »Those were the best years of my life.
    那些年是我一生最幸福的时光。
    3. most suitable or appropriate • 最合适的;最恰当的:
    »Whatˈs the best way to cook steak?
    牛排怎么做最好?
    »The best thing to do would be to apologize.
    最恰当的做法应该是道歉。
    »Heˈs the best man for the job.
    他是担任这项工作的最佳人选。
    »Itˈs best if you go now.
    你最好现在就走。
    »Iˈm not in the best position to advise you.
    我并不十分应该给你提出建议。
    【IDIOMS】Idioms containing best adj. are at the entries for the nouns and verbs in the idioms, for example on your best behaviour is at behaviour. • 含形容词 best 的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及动词相关词条找到,如 on your best behaviour 在词条 behaviour 下。 adv. (superlative of well, often used in adjectives * well 的最高级,常用于构成形容词) 1. most; to the greatest extent • 最;最高程度地:
    »Which one do you like best?
    你最喜欢哪一个?
    »Well-drained soil suits the plant best.
    排水性好的土壤最适合于这种植物。
    »her best-known poem
    2. in the most excellent way; to the highest standard • 最出色地;最高标准地:
    »He works best in the mornings.
    他早上工作效果最佳。
    »Britainˈs best-dressed woman
    »The beaches are beautiful, but, best of all, there are very few tourists.
    这片海滩很美,尤其令人满意的是游客稀少。
    3. in the most suitable or appropriate way • 最适合地;最恰当地:
    »Painting is best done in daylight.
    作画的最佳时间是白天。
    »Do as you think best (= what you think is the most suitable thing to do).
    你觉得怎么好,就怎么办吧。
    as ˌbest you ˈcan • not perfectly but as well as you are able • 尽可能;尽力:
    »Weˈll manage as best we can.
    我们将尽力处理。
    noun [sing.] (usually the best) 1. the most excellent thing or person • 最好的事物(或人):
    »We all want the best for our children.
    我们都想给孩子提供最好的条件。
    »They only buy the best.
    他们只买最好的。
    »Theyˈre all good players, but sheˈs the best of all.
    他们都是优秀运动员,而她更是其中的佼佼者。
    »Weˈre the best of friends (= very close friends).
    我们是至交。
    2. the highest standard that sb / sth can reach • (人或事物所能达到的)最高标准:
    »She always brings out the best in people.
    她总是让人表现出最优秀的品质。
    »The town looks its best (= is most attractive) in the spring.
    这个小镇在春天景色最美。
    »Donˈt worry about the exam—just do your best.
    别担心考试——尽你的最大努力吧。
    »The roses are past their best now.
    这些玫瑰花已开败了。
    »I donˈt really feel at my best today.
    我今天不太舒服。
    3. something that is as close as possible to what you need or want • 最合乎要求的事物:
    »Fifty pounds is the best I can offer you.
    我顶多出五十英镑。
    »The best we can hope for in the game is a draw.
    我们至多能希望比赛打成平局。
    4. the highest standard that a particular person has reached, especially in a sport • (个人的)最高水平,最高纪录:
    »She won the race with a personal best of 2 minutes 22.
    她以 2 分 22 秒的个人最好成绩赢得了这项比赛。
    all the ˈbest • (informal) used when you are saying goodbye to sb or ending a letter, to give sb your good wishes • (告别用语或书信结语)祝一切顺利,万事如意 at ˈbest • used for saying what is the best opinion you can have of sb / sth, or the best thing that can happen, when the situation is bad • (表达最好的看法,或恶劣状况下可能出现的最好转机)充其量:
    »Their response to the proposal was, at best, cool.
    他们对提议的反应充其量只能说是漠然置之。
    »We canˈt arrive before Friday at best.
    我们无论如何星期五之前也到不了。
    be (all) for the ˈbest • used to say that although sth appears bad or unpleasant now, it will be good in the end • 结局总会好的:
    »I donˈt want you to leave, but perhaps itˈs for the best.
    我并不想让你走,但也许还是走的好。
    the best of a bad ˈbunch ( BrE also the best of a bad ˈlot) (informal) • a person or thing that is a little better than the rest of a group, although none are very good • 一群(或堆)坏的里较好者;矮子里拔的将军 the best of ˈthree, ˈfive, etc. (especially in games and sports 尤指游戏和体育比赛) • up to three, five, etc. games played to decide who wins, the winner being the person who wins most of them • 三局两胜(或五局三胜等) the best that money can ˈbuy • the very best • 佳品;精品;极品:
    »We make sure our clients get the best that money can buy.
    我们确保客户买到最好的产品。
    do, mean, etc. sth for the ˈbest • to do or say sth in order to achieve a good result or to help sb • 为美好的目的;出于好意:
    »I just donˈt know what to do for the best.
    我就是弄不清做什么才好。
    »Iˈm sorry if my advice offended you—I meant it for the best.
    如果我的建议冒犯了你,我很抱歉——但我原本是出于好意的。
    have / get the ˈbest of sth • to gain more advantage from sth than sb else • 获胜;胜过;占上风:
    »I thought you had the best of that discussion.
    我以为你在那场讨论中占了上风。
    make the best of sth / it | make the best of things | make the best of a bad job • to accept a bad or difficult situation and do as well as you can • 尽力而为 to the best of your ˈknowledge / beˈlief • as far as you know • 据某人所知(或了解):
    »He never made a will, to the best of my knowledge.
    据我所知,他从未立过遗嘱。
    with the ˈbest (of them) • as well as anyone • 不亚于任何人;不比任何人差:
    »Heˈll be out there, dancing with the best of them.
    他将出现在舞池中,跳得不亚于任何人。
    --› more at bunch n., hope v., luck n., Sunday verb [VN] • [usually passive] (formal) to defeat or be more successful than sb • 打败;胜过
    * * *
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  • 11 best

    best best adj. (superlative of good * good 的最高级) 1. of the most excellent type or quality • 最好的;最出色的;最优秀的:
    »Thatˈs the best movie Iˈve ever seen!
    那是我看过的最棒的电影!
    »She was one of the best tennis players of her generation.
    她是同辈中最出色的网球运动员之一。
    »Is that your best suit?
    那是你最漂亮的一套衣服吗?
    »Theyˈve been best friends (= closest friends) since they were children.
    他们从孩提时起就是最要好的朋友。
    »the companyˈs best-ever results
    »We want the kids to have the best possible education.
    我们想让孩子们接受最好最好的教育。
    2. most enjoyable; happiest • 最愉快的;最幸福的:
    »Those were the best years of my life.
    那些年是我一生最幸福的时光。
    3. most suitable or appropriate • 最合适的;最恰当的:
    »Whatˈs the best way to cook steak?
    牛排怎么做最好?
    »The best thing to do would be to apologize.
    最恰当的做法应该是道歉。
    »Heˈs the best man for the job.
    他是担任这项工作的最佳人选。
    »Itˈs best if you go now.
    你最好现在就走。
    »Iˈm not in the best position to advise you.
    我并不十分应该给你提出建议。
    【IDIOMS】Idioms containing best adj. are at the entries for the nouns and verbs in the idioms, for example on your best behaviour is at behaviour. • 含形容词 best 的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及动词相关词条找到,如 on your best behaviour 在词条 behaviour 下。 adv. (superlative of well, often used in adjectives * well 的最高级,常用于构成形容词) 1. most; to the greatest extent • 最;最高程度地:
    »Which one do you like best?
    你最喜欢哪一个?
    »Well-drained soil suits the plant best.
    排水性好的土壤最适合于这种植物。
    »her best-known poem
    2. in the most excellent way; to the highest standard • 最出色地;最高标准地:
    »He works best in the mornings.
    他早上工作效果最佳。
    »Britainˈs best-dressed woman
    »The beaches are beautiful, but, best of all, there are very few tourists.
    这片海滩很美,尤其令人满意的是游客稀少。
    3. in the most suitable or appropriate way • 最适合地;最恰当地:
    »Painting is best done in daylight.
    作画的最佳时间是白天。
    »Do as you think best (= what you think is the most suitable thing to do).
    你觉得怎么好,就怎么办吧。
    as ˌbest you ˈcan • not perfectly but as well as you are able • 尽可能;尽力:
    »Weˈll manage as best we can.
    我们将尽力处理。
    noun [sing.] (usually the best) 1. the most excellent thing or person • 最好的事物(或人):
    »We all want the best for our children.
    我们都想给孩子提供最好的条件。
    »They only buy the best.
    他们只买最好的。
    »Theyˈre all good players, but sheˈs the best of all.
    他们都是优秀运动员,而她更是其中的佼佼者。
    »Weˈre the best of friends (= very close friends).
    我们是至交。
    2. the highest standard that sb / sth can reach • (人或事物所能达到的)最高标准:
    »She always brings out the best in people.
    她总是让人表现出最优秀的品质。
    »The town looks its best (= is most attractive) in the spring.
    这个小镇在春天景色最美。
    »Donˈt worry about the exam—just do your best.
    别担心考试——尽你的最大努力吧。
    »The roses are past their best now.
    这些玫瑰花已开败了。
    »I donˈt really feel at my best today.
    我今天不太舒服。
    3. something that is as close as possible to what you need or want • 最合乎要求的事物:
    »Fifty pounds is the best I can offer you.
    我顶多出五十英镑。
    »The best we can hope for in the game is a draw.
    我们至多能希望比赛打成平局。
    4. the highest standard that a particular person has reached, especially in a sport • (个人的)最高水平,最高纪录:
    »She won the race with a personal best of 2 minutes 22.
    她以 2 分 22 秒的个人最好成绩赢得了这项比赛。
    all the ˈbest • (informal) used when you are saying goodbye to sb or ending a letter, to give sb your good wishes • (告别用语或书信结语)祝一切顺利,万事如意 at ˈbest • used for saying what is the best opinion you can have of sb / sth, or the best thing that can happen, when the situation is bad • (表达最好的看法,或恶劣状况下可能出现的最好转机)充其量:
    »Their response to the proposal was, at best, cool.
    他们对提议的反应充其量只能说是漠然置之。
    »We canˈt arrive before Friday at best.
    我们无论如何星期五之前也到不了。
    be (all) for the ˈbest • used to say that although sth appears bad or unpleasant now, it will be good in the end • 结局总会好的:
    »I donˈt want you to leave, but perhaps itˈs for the best.
    我并不想让你走,但也许还是走的好。
    the best of a bad ˈbunch ( BrE also the best of a bad ˈlot) (informal) • a person or thing that is a little better than the rest of a group, although none are very good • 一群(或堆)坏的里较好者;矮子里拔的将军 the best of ˈthree, ˈfive, etc. (especially in games and sports 尤指游戏和体育比赛) • up to three, five, etc. games played to decide who wins, the winner being the person who wins most of them • 三局两胜(或五局三胜等) the best that money can ˈbuy • the very best • 佳品;精品;极品:
    »We make sure our clients get the best that money can buy.
    我们确保客户买到最好的产品。
    do, mean, etc. sth for the ˈbest • to do or say sth in order to achieve a good result or to help sb • 为美好的目的;出于好意:
    »I just donˈt know what to do for the best.
    我就是弄不清做什么才好。
    »Iˈm sorry if my advice offended you—I meant it for the best.
    如果我的建议冒犯了你,我很抱歉——但我原本是出于好意的。
    have / get the ˈbest of sth • to gain more advantage from sth than sb else • 获胜;胜过;占上风:
    »I thought you had the best of that discussion.
    我以为你在那场讨论中占了上风。
    make the best of sth / it | make the best of things | make the best of a bad job • to accept a bad or difficult situation and do as well as you can • 尽力而为 to the best of your ˈknowledge / beˈlief • as far as you know • 据某人所知(或了解):
    »He never made a will, to the best of my knowledge.
    据我所知,他从未立过遗嘱。
    with the ˈbest (of them) • as well as anyone • 不亚于任何人;不比任何人差:
    »Heˈll be out there, dancing with the best of them.
    他将出现在舞池中,跳得不亚于任何人。
    --› more at bunch n., hope v., luck n., Sunday verb [VN] • [usually passive] (formal) to defeat or be more successful than sb • 打败;胜过
    * * *
    [best]
    adj. 最好的
    adv. 最好地, 最, 極
    n. 最佳狀態或作品, 最好的東西

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  • 12 every

    every every det. 1. used with singular nouns to refer to all the members of a group of things or people • (与单数名词连用,指整体中的)每一个,每个:
    »She knows every student in the school.
    她认识学校里的每一个学生。
    »I could hear every word they said.
    他们说的每句话我都能听见。
    »We enjoyed every minute of our stay.
    我们逗留期间每一分钟都过得很愉快。
    »Every day seemed the same to him.
    对他来说似乎天天都一样。
    »Every single time he calls, Iˈm out.
    他每次打电话来我都不在家。
    »I read every last article in the newspaper (= all of them).
    报纸上的每一篇文章我都读。
    »They were watching her every movement.
    他们注视着她的每一个动作。
    »Every six of their CDs has been a hit.
    他们的每一张激光唱片都曾经非常流行。
    --› note at each 2. all possible • 所有可能的;完全可能的:
    »We wish you every success.
    我们祝你万事如意。
    »He had every reason to be angry.
    他完全有理由感到愤怒。
    3. used to say how often sth happens or is done • (表示发生的频率)每,每逢,每隔:
    »The buses go every 10 minutes.
    公共汽车每隔 10 分钟发一班车。
    »We had to stop every few miles.
    我们每走几英里就得停一停。
    »One in every seven marriages ends in divorce.
    三分之一的婚姻都以离婚而告终。
    »He has every third day off (= he works for ten days then has six day off then works for ten days and so on).
    他每隔两天休息一天。
    »We see each other every now and again.
    我们偶尔相见。
    »Every now and then he regretted his decision.
    他有时为自己的决定后悔。
    【IDIOMS】 every other • each alternate one (= the first, third, fifth, etc. one, but not the second, fourth, sixth, etc.) • 每隔一个:
    »They visit us every other week.
    他们隔周来看我们一次。
    * * *
    ['evri]
    adj. 每一的, 每個的, 全部的, 每隔...的

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  • 13 _Personal letters

    Opening lines:
    亲爱的妈妈: Dear Mum
    小强: Dear Xiao Qiang
    Closing lines:
    祝身体健康! Take care!
    祝万事如意! All the best
    真高兴收到你的来信。It was lovely to hear from you.
    对不起,没能及时给你回信,只因…Sorry I didn’t reply sooner but …
    代我向…问好。Give my regards to …
    东东谨祝一切安好。Dong Dong sends his best wishes.
    盼早日回信。Looking forward to hearing from you.

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  • 14 be roses all the way

    一路順利, 一帆風順, 諸事如意

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  • 15 Garden

    garden gar∙den noun 1. ( BrE) ( NAmE yard) a piece of land next to or around your house where you can grow flowers, fruit, vegetables, etc., usually with an area of grass(called a lawn) • (住宅旁或周围的)园圃,花园,果园,菜园:
    »a front / back garden
    前/后花园
    »children playing in the garden
    »garden flowers / plants
    园艺花卉/植物
    »out in the garden
    »a rose garden (= where only roses are grown)
    --› see also kitchen garden, market garden, rock garden, roof garden 2. ( NAmE) an area in a yard where you grow flowers or plants • 庭园;园子 3. (usually gardens) a public park • 公园:
    »the botanical gardens in Edinburgh
    --› see also zoological garden 4. gardens [sing.] (abbr. Gdns) ( BrE) used in the name of streets • (用于街名)园,街,广场:
    »39 Belvoir Gardens
    【IDIOMS】 everything in the garden is ˈrosy ( BrE, saying) • everything is fine • 一切都好;事事如意 --› more at common adj., lead ¹ v. verb [V] • to work in a garden • 做园艺工作;种植花木 gar∙den∙er noun:
    »My wifeˈs a keen gardener.
    我的妻子是个热衷园艺的人。
    »We employ a gardener two days a week.
    我们雇了个花匠,每周工作两天。
    gar∙den∙ing noun [U]:
    »organic gardening
    »gardening gloves
    »a gardening programme on TV
    * * *
    ['gɑ:dn]
    加登(姓氏)

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  • 16 garden

    garden gar∙den noun 1. ( BrE) ( NAmE yard) a piece of land next to or around your house where you can grow flowers, fruit, vegetables, etc., usually with an area of grass(called a lawn) • (住宅旁或周围的)园圃,花园,果园,菜园:
    »a front / back garden
    前/后花园
    »children playing in the garden
    »garden flowers / plants
    园艺花卉/植物
    »out in the garden
    »a rose garden (= where only roses are grown)
    --› see also kitchen garden, market garden, rock garden, roof garden 2. ( NAmE) an area in a yard where you grow flowers or plants • 庭园;园子 3. (usually gardens) a public park • 公园:
    »the botanical gardens in Edinburgh
    --› see also zoological garden 4. gardens [sing.] (abbr. Gdns) ( BrE) used in the name of streets • (用于街名)园,街,广场:
    »39 Belvoir Gardens
    【IDIOMS】 everything in the garden is ˈrosy ( BrE, saying) • everything is fine • 一切都好;事事如意 --› more at common adj., lead ¹ v. verb [V] • to work in a garden • 做园艺工作;种植花木 gar∙den∙er noun:
    »My wifeˈs a keen gardener.
    我的妻子是个热衷园艺的人。
    »We employ a gardener two days a week.
    我们雇了个花匠,每周工作两天。
    gar∙den∙ing noun [U]:
    »organic gardening
    »gardening gloves
    »a gardening programme on TV
    * * *
    ['gɑ:dn]
    n. (菜﹑花)園, 花園

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  • 17 well

    well well adv. (bet∙ter best) 1. in a good, right or acceptable way • 好;对;令人满意地:
    »The kids all behaved well.
    孩子们都很有礼貌。
    »The conference was very well organized.
    这次会议组织得很好。
    »Well done! (= expressing admiration for what sb has done)
    干得好!
    »His campaign was not going well.
    他的竞选活动进展得不顺利。
    »These animals make very good pets if treated well (= with kindness).
    这些动物受到爱护就会很温顺。
    »People spoke well of (= spoke with approval of) him.
    人们对他的评价很高。
    »She took it very well (= did not react too badly), all things considered.
    总的说来,她承受得还挺不错。
    »They lived well (= in comfort and spending a lot of money) and were generous with their money.
    他们生活优裕,花钱大方。
    »She was determined to marry well (= marry sb rich and / or with a high social position).
    她决意嫁给有钱有势的人。
    2. thoroughly and completely • 完全地;彻底地;全部地:
    »Add the lemon juice and mix well.
    加进柠檬汁并搅拌均匀。
    »The surface must be well prepared before you start to paint.
    一定要把表面打磨好再开始粉刷。
    »How well do you know Carla?
    你跟卡拉有多熟?
    »Heˈs well able to take care of himself.
    他完全能够自理。
    ( BrE, informal)
    »I was well annoyed, I can tell you.
    我跟你说吧,我那时气坏了。
    3. to a great extent or degree • 很;相当;大大地;远远地:
    »He was driving at well over the speed limit.
    他当时开车的速度远远超过了限制。
    »a well-loved tale
    »The castle is well worth a visit.
    这座城堡很值得参观。
    »He liked her well enough (= to a reasonable degree) but he wasnˈt going to make a close friend of her.
    他够喜欢她的,但并不打算和她结为密友。
    4. can / could well easily • 容易地;轻松地:
    »She could well afford to pay for it herself.
    她自己完全买得起。
    5. can / could / may / might well probably • 很可能:
    »You may well be right.
    你很可能是对的。
    »It may well be that the train is delayed.
    火车很可能晚点了。
    6. can / could / may / might well with good reason • 有充分理由;合理地:
    »I canˈt very well leave now.
    我现在离开不太合适。
    »I couldnˈt very well refuse to help them, could I?
    我没有理由拒绝帮助他们,是不是?
    »ˈWhat are we doing here?ˈ ˈ You may well ask (= I donˈt really know either).ˈ
    "我们在这儿干什么呢?" "你算问对了(我也不知道)。"
    【IDIOMS】 as well (as sb / sth) • in addition to sb / sth; too • 除…之外;也;还:
    »Are they coming as well?
    他们也来吗?
    »They sell books as well as newspapers.
    他们既卖报也卖书。
    »She is a talented musician as well as being a photographer.
    她不但是个摄影师而且还是个天才的音乐家。
    --› note at also be doing ˈwell • to be getting healthier after an illness; to be in good health after a birth • (病后)康复,恢复良好;(产后)平安,健康:
    »Mother and baby are doing well.
    母子平安。
    (you, etc.) may / might as well be hanged / hung for a ˌsheep as (for) a ˈlamb •(saying) if you are going to be punished for doing sth wrong, whether it is a big or small thing, you may as well do the big thing • 与其偷羊羔被绞死,不如偷只羊;一不做,二不休 be well on the way to sth / doing sth • to have nearly achieved sth and be going to achieve it soon • 即将达到;将要成就:
    »She is well on the way to recovery.
    她就要康复了。
    »He is well on the way to establishing himself among the top two players in the world.
    他很快就会成为排名世界前十位的选手。
    be ˌwell ˈout of sth ( BrE, informal) • to be lucky that you are not involved in sth • 幸运地与…无关;幸亏没有卷入 be ˌwell ˈup in sth • to know a lot about sth • 精通;熟悉:
    »Heˈs well up in all the latest developments.
    他对所有的最新发展情况都了如指掌。
    do ˈwell • to be successful • 成功:
    »Jack is doing very well at school.
    杰克在学校里学习成绩斐然。
    do ˈwell by sb • to treat sb generously • 善待;慷慨对待 do ˈwell for yourself • to become successful or rich • 成功;发家致富 do ˈwell out of sb / sth • to make a profit or get money from sb / sth • 获利于;从…中获取钱财 do ˈwell to do sth • to be sensible or wise to do sth • 做…明智(或聪明):
    »He would do well to concentrate more on his work.
    他最好还是更加集中精力在工作上。
    »You did well to sell when the price was high.
    你在价钱高的时候出售,真明智。
    leave / let well aˈlone ( BrE) ( NAmE let well enough aˈlone) • to not get involved in sth that does not concern you • 不管闲事;事不关己高高挂起:
    »When it comes to other peopleˈs arguments, itˈs better to leave well alone.
    遇到别人争论时,最好别插嘴。
    may / might (just) as well do sth • to do sth because it seems best in the situation that you are in, although you may not really want to do it • 做…倒也无妨;只好做(某事):
    »If no six else wants it, we might as well give it to him.
    如果没人要这个,我们不妨给他吧。
    ˌwell and ˈtruly •(informal) completely • 完全;彻底:
    »By that time we were well and truly lost.
    那时候我们已经完全迷路了。
    ˈwell away ( BrE, informal) 1. having made good progress • 有很大进步;大有进展:
    »If we got Terry to do that, weˈd be well away.
    假若我们让特里干这事,我们就会有很大成绩。
    2. drunk or fast asleep • 酒醉;沉睡 ˌwell ˈin (with sb) •(informal) to be good friends with sb, especially sb important • 为(尤指要人)的知己:
    »She seems to be well in with all the right people.
    她似乎和所有大人物都关系很好。
    --› more at bloody ¹, fucking, jolly adv., know v., mean v., pretty adv. adj. (bet∙ter best) 1. [not usually before noun] in good health • 健康;身体好:
    »I donˈt feel very well.
    我觉得身体不太好。
    »Is she well enough to travel?
    她身体怎么样,能够旅行了吗?
    »Get well soon! (= for example, on a card)
    愿早日康复!
    »Iˈm better now, thank you.
    我现在好些了,谢谢您。
    »(informal) Heˈs not a well man.
    他身体不太好。
    2. [not before noun] in a good state or position • 状态良好;情况良好:
    »It seems that all is not well at home.
    看来家中并非事事如意。
    »Allˈs well that ends well (= used when sth has ended happily, even though you thought it might not).
    结果好就算一切都好。
    3. [not before noun] (as) well (to do sth) sensible; a good idea • 明智;可取;好主意:
    »It would be just as well to call and say we might be late.
    还是打个电话说一声我们可能到得晚些比较好。
    »(formal) It would be well to start early.
    最好还是早点动身。
    ˌall very ˈwell (for sb) (to do sth) • (informal) used to criticize or reject a remark that sb has made, especially when they were trying to make you feel happier about sth • (用于批评或反驳)某人尽可做某事:
    »Itˈs all very well for you to say it doesnˈt matter, but Iˈve put a lot of work into this and I want it to be a success.
    你说这无所谓当然容易,可是我却已经花费很大力气而且想要取得成功。
    ˌall well and ˈgood •(informal) quite good but not exactly what is wanted • 好倒是好(但并不完全合乎心意):
    »Thatˈs all well and good, but why didnˈt he call her to say so?
    那好倒是好,可是他为什么不给她打电话这样说呢?
    exclamation 1. used to express surprise, anger or relief • (表示惊奇、愤怒或宽慰)哎呀,哟,啊,好啦:
    »Well, well —I would never have guessed it!
    哟,哟,我怎么也不会猜到那儿去!
    »Well, really! What a thing to say!
    啊,真是的!太不像话了!
    »Well, thank goodness thatˈs over!
    好啦,谢天谢地,这件事总算过去了!
    2. used to show that you accept that sth cannot be changed • (承认某事不可改变)唉,好吧:
    »Well, it canˈt be helped.
    唉,这没有办法。
    »ˈWe lost.ˈ ˈ Oh, well. Better luck next time.ˈ
    "我们输了。" "啊,算了。愿下次交好运。"
    3. used to agree to sth, rather unwillingly • (勉强同意)嗯,好吧:
    »Well, I suppose I could fit you in at 3.45.
    好吧,我想可以在 3:45 见你。
    »Oh, very well, then, if you insist.
    啊,那好吧,如果你坚持的话。
    4. used when continuing a conversation after a pause • (停顿后继续交谈)唔,这个,噢:
    »Well, as I was saying...
    噢,我刚才是说…
    5. used to say that sth is uncertain • (表示不肯定)哦:
    »ˈDo you want to come?ˈ ˈWell, Iˈm not sure.ˈ
    "你想来吗?" "哦,我还说不好。"
    6. used to show that you are waiting for sb to say sth • (等待别人说话)嘿,嗨:
    »Well? Are you going to tell us or not?
    嗯?你想不想告诉我们?
    7. used to mark the end of a conversation • (结束交谈)就这样,好啦:
    »Well, Iˈd better be going now.
    就这样,我现在该走了。
    8. used when you are pausing to consider your next words • (说话时稍微停顿)对了,噢:
    »I think it happened, well, towards the end of last summer.
    我想事情发生在,对了,快到上个夏末的时候。
    9. used when you want to correct or change sth that you have just said • (纠正或改变刚说过的话时用):
    »There were thousands of people there—well, hundreds, anyway.
    那里有数以千计的人,噢,至少几百人。
    well I ˈnever (ˈdid)! • (old-fashioned) used to express surprise • (表示惊奇)哟,我可从未做过(或听说过)这样的事 --› more at say v. noun 1. a deep hole in the ground from which people obtain water. The sides of wells are usually covered with brick or stone and there is usually some covering or a small wall at the top of the well. • 井;水井 2. = oil well 3. a narrow space in a building that drops down from a high to a low level and usually contains stairs or a lift / elevator • 楼梯井;电梯井道 --› see also stairwell 4. ( BrE) the space in front of the judge in a court, where the lawyers sit • (法庭中的)律师席 verb [V] well (up) 1. (of a liquid 液体) to rise to the surface of sth and start to flow • 涌出;冒出;流出;溢出:
    »Tears were welling up in her eyes.
    她热泪盈眶。
    2. (literary) (of an emotion 情感) to become stronger • 涌起;迸发:
    »Hate welled up inside him as he thought of the ten of them together.
    他一想到他们俩在一起就恨得咬牙切齿。
    * * *
    [wel]
    adj. 健康的, 良好的, 適當的
    adv. 好, 滿意地, 充份地, 徹底地, 有理地, 適當地, 誇獎地
    n.
    vi. 涌出

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  • 18 count

    count count verb ›› SAY NUMBERS 数数 1. [V] count (from sth) (to / up to sth) to say numbers in the correct order • (按顺序)数数:
    »Billy canˈt count yet.
    比利还不会数数。
    »She can count up to 10 in Italian.
    她可以用意大利语数到 10。
    »to count from 1 to 10
    ›› FIND TOTAL 得到总数 2. count (sth) (up) to calculate the total number of people, things, etc. in a particular group • 计算(或清点)总数: ▪ [VN]
    »The diet is based on counting calories.
    这个饮食安排以计算出的总卡热量为根据。
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »She began to count up how many guests they had to invite.
    她开始计算他们得邀请多少位客人。
    ▪ [V]
    »There are 12 weeks to go, counting from today.
    从今天算起还有 12 个星期。
    ›› INCLUDE 包括 3. [VN] to include sb / sth when you calculate a total • 把…算入;包括:
    »We have invited 50 people, not counting the children.
    不算小孩,我们邀请了 50 人。
    ›› MATTER 有重要性 4. [V] count (for sth) (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to be important • 重要 【SYN】 matter:
    »Every point in this game counts.
    这场比赛每一分都很重要。
    »The fact that she had apologized counted for nothing with him.
    她已道歉,但他认为这是没有用的。
    »Itˈs the thought that counts (= used about a small but kind action or gift).
    贵在心意。
    ›› ACCEPT OFFICIALLY 正式接纳 5. to be officially accepted; to accept sth officially • (被)正式接纳,正式认可: ▪ [V]
    »Donˈt go over that line or your throw wonˈt count.
    别越过那条线,否则你的投掷就会被判无效。
    ▪ [VN]
    »Applications received after 1 July will not be counted.
    * 7 月 1 日以后收到的申请书将不予受理。
    ›› CONSIDER 认为 6. count sb / sth (as) sb / sth | count as sb / sth to consider sb / sth in a particular way; to be considered in a particular way • 认为;看作;算作;被视为 ▪ [V VN]
    »For tax purposes that money counts / is counted as income.
    那笔钱算作收入,需要纳税。
    ▪ [VN]
    »I count him among my closest friends.
    我把他看作我一个最亲密的朋友。
    ▪ [VN-ADJ]
    »I count myself lucky to have known him.
    和他相识,我觉得很幸运。
    ▪ [VN-N]
    »She counts herself one of the lucky ones.
    她认为自己是一个幸运者。
    【IDIOMS】 be able to count sb / sth on (the fingers of) one ˈhand • used to say that the total number of sb / sth is very small • 屈指可数;寥寥无几 ...and ˈcounting • used to say that a total is continuing to increase • (总数)仍在继续增加:
    »The movieˈs ticket sales add up to $39 million, and counting.
    这部电影的票房共 3 900 万元,还在继续上升。
    count your ˈblessings • to be grateful for the good things in your life • 知足 donˈt count your ˈchickens (before they are ˈhatched) •(saying) you should not be too confident that sth will be successful, because sth may still go wrong • 不要蛋未孵化先数小鸡;别过早打如意算盘 count the cost (of sth) • to feel the bad effects of a mistake, an accident, etc. • 感受(错误、事故等造成的)不利后果:
    »The town is now counting the cost of its failure to provide adequate flood protection.
    这个镇未采取充分的防洪措施,现在尝到苦头了。
    count ˈsheep • to imagine that sheep are jumping over a fence and to count them, as a way of getting to sleep • 数(假想中跳出栅栏的)羊以求入睡 stand up and be ˈcounted • to say publicly that you support sb or you agree with sth • 公开表示支持(或赞同) whoˈs ˈcounting? • (informal) used to say that you do not care how many times sth happens • (表示不管发生多少次)谁在乎呢,管它呢 【PHR V】 ˌcount aˈgainst sb | ˌcount sth aˈgainst sb • to be considered or to consider sth as a disadvantage in sb • (被)认为对某人不利:
    »For that job her lack of experience may count against her.
    她缺乏经验可能对她申请那份工作不利。
    ˌcount ˈdown (to sth) • to think about a future event with pleasure or excitement and count the minutes, days, etc. until it happens • 倒计时:
    »Sheˈs already counting down to the big day.
    她已经在对这一重大日子倒计时了。
    --› related noun countdown ˌcount sb ˈin • to include sb in an activity • 把某人算入;包括:
    »I hear youˈre organizing a trip to the game next week? Count me in!
    我听说你们将在下周组织旅行去看比赛?把我也算上!
    ˈcount on sb / sth • to trust sb to do sth or to be sure that sth will happen • 依赖,依靠,指望(某人做某事);确信(某事会发生) 【SYN】 bank on sth:
    »ˈIˈm sure heˈll help.ˈ ˈ Donˈt count on it.ˈ
    "我肯定他会帮忙的。" "那可靠不住。"
    ▪ [+ to inf ]
    »Iˈm counting on you to help me.
    我就靠你帮我啦。
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »Few people can count on having a job for life.
    几乎没有人能指望一辈子都干一个工作。
    »We canˈt count on this warm weather lasting.
    我们不能指望这暖和的天气会持久。
    --› note at trust ˌcount sb / sth∽ˈout • to count things one after the other as you put them somewhere • (放置东西时)逐一地数:
    »She counted out $70 in $10 bills.
    她数了 70 元钱,都是 10 元一张的。
    ˌcount sb ˈout • to not include sb in an activity • 不把某人算入;不包括:
    »If youˈre going out tonight youˈll have to count me out.
    假如你们今晚要出去,就别把我算在内。
    ˌcount toˈwards / toˈward sth • to be included as part of sth that you hope to achieve in the future • 被包括在内(成为将来所得的一部份):
    »Students gain college credits which count towards their degree.
    学生获得的学分将计入其学位积分。
    noun ›› TOTAL 总数 1. [usually sing.] an act of counting to find the total number of sth; the total number that you find • 数出总数;总数:
    »The bus driver did a quick count of the empty seats.
    公共汽车司机很快地数了数空位。
    »If the election result is close, there will be a second count.
    如果选举结果很接近,将进行第二次计票。
    »The body count (= the total number of people who have died) stands at 24.
    死亡人数总计为 24 人。
    --› see also headcount ›› SAYING NUMBERS 数数 2. [usually sing.] an act of saying numbers in order beginning with 1 • (按顺序的)数数,点数:
    »Raise your leg and hold for a count of ten.
    抬起一条腿,保持这一姿势,直至数到十。
    »He was knocked to the ground and stayed down for a count of eight (= in boxing).
    他被击倒在地,躺在地上直至数到八(拳击用语)。
    ›› MEASUREMENT 度量 3. [usually sing.] (technical 术语) a measurement of the amount of sth contained in a particular substance or area • (某物质在某物或面积中)量的计数:
    »a raised white blood cell count
    --› see also blood count, pollen count ›› CRIME 罪行 4. (law 律) a crime that sb is accused of committing • (被指控的)罪状,事项:
    »They were found guilty on all counts.
    他们被判各项罪名成立。
    »She appeared in court on three counts of fraud.
    她因三项诈骗罪而出庭受审。
    ›› IN DISCUSSION / ARGUMENT 讨论;争论 5. [usually pl.] a point made during a discussion or an argument • (讨论或争论的)论点,观点,问题,事项:
    »I disagree with you on both counts.
    我对你的两个观点均不敢苟同。
    ›› RANK / TITLE 等级;头衔 6. (in some European countries) a nobleman of high rank, similar to an earl in Britain • 伯爵(欧洲一些国家相当于英国 earl 的贵族封号):
    »Count Tolstoy
    --› see also countess at the last ˈcount • according to the latest information about the numbers of sth • 根据有关…数字的最新消息:
    »Sheˈd applied for 30 jobs at the last count.
    根据有关的最新消息她申请过 30 个职位。
    keep (a) count (of sth) • to remember or keep a record of numbers or amounts of sth over a period of time • (在一段时期内)记得数目,数得清,记录:
    »Keep a count of your calorie intake for one week.
    把你一星期的热卡摄入量记录下来。
    lose count (of sth) • to forget the total of sth before you have finished counting it • 数不清:
    »I lost count and had to start again.
    我数着数着忘了,不得不又从头开始数。
    »She had lost count of the number of times sheˈd told him to be careful (= she could not remember because there were so many).
    她不知多少次告诉过他要小心。
    ˌout for the ˈcount ( BrE) ( NAmE ˌdown for the ˈcount) 1. (of a boxer 拳击手) unable to get up again within ten seconds after being knocked down • (被击倒后的十秒钟以内)无法再站立起来 2. in a deep sleep • 熟睡;酣睡
    * * *
    [kaunt]
    v. 數, 計算, 計算在內, 認為, 有價值
    n. 計數, 計算, 注意, 伯爵

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  • 19 appropriate

    appropriate ap∙pro∙pri∙ate adj. • appropriate (for / to sth) suitable, acceptable or correct for the particular circumstances • 合适的;恰当的:
    »an appropriate response / measure / method
    恰如其分的反应;恰当的措施/方法
    »Now that the problem has been identified, appropriate action can be taken.
    现在既已找出问题的症结,即可采取适当行动。
    »Jeans are not appropriate for a formal party.
    正式聚会上穿牛仔裤不合适。
    »The book was written in a style appropriate to the age of the children.
    这本书的文体适合儿童阅读。
    »Is now an appropriate time to make a speech?
    现在发表演讲是不是时候?
    »Please debit my Mastercard / Visa / American Express card (delete as appropriate).
    请在我的万事达/维萨/美国运通信用卡账户中扣除(删除不适用者)。
    【OPP】 inappropriate ap∙pro∙pri∙ate∙ly adv.:
    »The government has been accused of not responding appropriately to the needs of the homeless.
    政府未采取恰当的措施以应无家可归者的需要,为此已受到谴责。
    »The chain of volcanoes is known, appropriately enough, as the ˈRing of Fireˈ.
    人们把这链状火山群很恰当地称作"火环"。
    ap∙pro∙pri∙ate∙ness noun verb ▪ [VN] (formal) 1. to take sth, sbˈs ideas, etc. for your own use, especially illegally or without permission • 盗用;挪用;占用;侵吞:
    »He was accused of appropriating club funds.
    他被控盗用俱乐部资金。
    »Some of the opposition partyˈs policies have been appropriated by the government.
    反对党的一些政策已被政府照搬照用。
    2. appropriate sth (for sth) to take or give sth, especially money for a particular purpose • 拨(专款等):
    »Five million dollars has been appropriated for research into the disease.
    已拨款五百万元用于这种疾病的研究。
    --› compare [u]misappropriate
    * * *
    [ә'prәupriit]
    adj. 適當的

    English-Chinese dictionary > appropriate

  • 20 breed

    breed breed verb (bred, bred) 1. [V] (of animals 动物) to have sex and produce young • 交配繁殖:
    »Many animals breed only at certain times of the year.
    很多动物只在一年的某个时候交配繁殖。
    --› see also interbreed 2. [VN] breed sth (for / as sth) to keep animals or plants in order to produce young ones in a controlled way • 饲养,培育(动植物):
    »The rabbits are bred for their long coats.
    饲养兔子是为了获取他们的长毛。
    --› see also cross-breed, pure-bred, thoroughbred 3. [VN] to be the cause of sth • 孕育;导致:
    »Nothing breeds success like success.
    一事成功万事亨通。
    4. [VN] [usually passive] breed sth into sb to educate sb in a particular way as they are growing up • 以…方式教育;使养成:
    »Fear of failure was bred into him at an early age.
    他从小就养成了对失败的恐惧。
    --› see also well bred 【IDIOMS】--› see born v., familiarity noun 1. a particular type of animal that has been developed by people in a controlled way, especially a type of dog, cat or farm animal • 品种(尤指人工培育的狗、猫或牲畜):
    »Labradors and other large breeds of dog
    »a breed of cattle / sheep, etc.
    某个品种的牛、羊等
    2. [usually sing.] a type of person • (人的)类型,种类:
    »He represents a new breed of politician.
    他代表着新一类的政治家。
    »Players as skilful as this are a rare breed.
    如此有技巧的演奏者很少见。
    * * *
    [bri:d]
    v. (使)繁殖, 教養, 撫養
    n. 品種, 種類

    English-Chinese dictionary > breed

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