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24小时周期的

  • 1 24小时周期的

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  • 2 生理节奏的,24小时周期的

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  • 3 free run

    <生物>自由节律(不受24小时周期及外部条件影响的)

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  • 4 put

    put put verb (put∙ting, put, put) ▪ [VN] ›› IN PLACE / POSITION 处所;位置 1. [+adv. / prep.] to move sth into a particular place or position • 放;安置:
    »Put the cases down there, please.
    请把箱子搁在那边。
    »Did you put sugar in my coffee?
    你在我的咖啡里放糖了没有?
    »Put your hand up if you need more paper.
    若有人还要纸,请举手。
    2. [+adv. / prep.] to move sth into a particular place or position using force • 猛推;用力插入:
    »He put his fist through a glass door.
    他把拳头伸进了玻璃门。
    3. [+adv. / prep.] to cause sb / sth to go to a particular place • 将…送往;使…前往:
    »Her family put her into a nursing home.
    她的家人把她送进了一家疗养院。
    »It was the year the Americans put a man on the moon.
    那是美国人把人送上月球的那一年。
    ›› ATTACH 附着 4. [+adv. / prep.] to attach or fix sth to sth else • 使与…连接;安装:
    »We had to put new locks on all the doors.
    我们只好把所有的门都安上新锁。
    ›› WRITE 写 5. [usually +adv. / prep.] to write sth or make a mark on sth • (在…上)书写,记,做标记:
    »Put your name here.
    请在这里填上姓名。
    »Friday at 11? Iˈll put it in my diary.
    星期五 11 点?我要把它记在记事本里。
    »I couldnˈt read what she had put.
    她写的什么我辨认不出来。
    ›› INTO STATE / CONDITION 状态;情况 6. [+adv. / prep.] to bring sb / sth into the state or condition mentioned • 使处于(某状态或情况):
    »I was put in charge of the office.
    他们让我负责管理这个办公室。
    »The incident put her in a bad mood.
    这件事弄得她心情很不好。
    »Put yourself in my position. What would you have done?
    你设身处地为我想想,你会怎么办?
    »I tried to put the matter into perspective.
    我尽量正确评估一下这个问题。
    »Donˈt go putting yourself at risk.
    当心不可冒什么风险。
    »It was time to put their suggestion into practice.
    那时就该把他们的建议付诸实施了。
    »This new injury will put him out of action for several weeks.
    这次的新伤将使他几周无法动弹。
    ›› AFFECT SB / STH 影响某人/某事物 7. [+adv. / prep.] put sth on / onto / to sth to make sb / sth feel sth or be affected by sth • 使感觉到;使受到…的影响:
    »Her new job has put a great strain on her.
    她的新工作使她感到负担很重。
    »They put pressure on her to resign.
    他们向她施加压力,让她自行辞职。
    »Itˈs time you put a stop to this childish behaviour.
    这种孩子气的行为你该收敛了。
    ›› GIVE VALUE / RANK 厘定;划定 8. put sth on sth to give or attach a particular level of importance, trust, value, etc. to sth • 给予(重视、信任、价值等):
    »Our company puts the emphasis on quality.
    我们公司重视质量。
    »He put a limit on the amount we could spend.
    他规定了我们开销的数额。
    9. [+adv. / prep.] to consider sb / sth to belong to the class or level mentioned • 把…视为(或列为):
    »Iˈd put her in the top rank of modern novelists.
    我认为她应属于一流的当代小说家。
    ›› EXPRESS 表述 10. [+adv. / prep.] to express or state sth in a particular way • 说;表达:
    »She put it very tactfully.
    她的话说得很巧妙。
    »Put simply, we accept their offer or go bankrupt.
    简单地说吧,我们要么接受他们的条件,要么破产。
    »I was, to put it mildly, annoyed (= I was extremely angry).
    说得温和点儿,我相当恼火。
    »He was too trusting—or, to put it another way, he had no head for business.
    他太轻信人了——或者换个说法,他没有商业头脑。
    »The meat was— how shall I put it? —a little overdone.
    这肉嘛,怎么说呢,做得稍微老了点儿。
    »As T.S. Eliot puts it...
    正如 T·S· 艾略特所说…
    »She had never tried to put this feeling into words.
    她从未试图把这种感情说出来。
    »Can you help me put this letter into good English, please?
    请问你能帮我用通顺的英语来表达这信的内容吗?
    ›› IN SPORT 体育运动 11. to throw the shot • 推(铅球) 【IDIOMS】Most idioms containing put are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example put your foot in it is at foot. • 大多数含 put 的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及形容词相关词条找到,如 put your foot in it 在词条 foot 下。 put it aˈbout ( BrE, informal) • to have many sexual partners • 浪荡胡为;乱搞男女关系 I wouldnˈt put it ˈpast sb (to do sth) • (informal) used to say that you think sb is capable of doing sth wrong, illegal, etc. • 我看…干得出(错的、违法的等事) put it to sb that... • to suggest sth to sb to see if they can argue against it • 与…挑明;对…提出:
    »I put it to you that you are the only person who had a motive for the crime.
    我跟你说白了,你是唯一有作案动机的人。
    put six ˈover on sb •(informal) to persuade sb to believe sth that is not true • 蒙骗;诱骗:
    »Donˈt try to put six over on me!
    你甭想蒙我!
    put sb ˈthrough it •(informal, especially BrE) to force sb to experience sth difficult or unpleasant • 折磨;让…难堪:
    »They really put me through it (= asked me difficult questions) at the interview.
    面试的时候,他们真把我折腾了一番。
    put toˈgether • used when comparing or contrasting sb / sth with a group of other people or things to mean ˈcombinedˈ or ˈin totalˈ • (用于与一组人或事物作比较)合计,总和,合起来:
    »Your department spent more last year than all the others put together.
    去年,你们部门的开支比其他所有部门合起来都多。
    ˌput up or ˈshut up • ( especially BrE) used to tell sb to stop just talking about sth and actually do it, show it, etc. • 要么拿出实际行动来,要么就闭嘴;动点儿真格的,别光耍嘴皮子 【PHR V】 ˌput sth∽aˈbout ( BrE, informal) • to tell a lot of people news, information, etc. that may be false • 散布,传播(不实的消息等) ▪ [+ that ]
    »Someoneˈs been putting it about that you plan to resign.
    有人传说你打算辞职。
    ˈput sth above sth = put sth before sth ˌput yourself / sth∽aˈcross / ˈover (to sb) • to communicate your ideas, feelings, etc. successfully to sb • 交流,沟通(思想、感情等):
    »Sheˈs not very good at putting her views across.
    她不大善于表达自己的观点。
    ˌput sth∽aˈside 1. to ignore or forget sth, usually a feeling or difference of opinion • 忽视;不理睬;忘记 【SYN】 disregard:
    »They decided to put aside their differences.
    他们决定搁置双方的分歧。
    2. to save sth or keep it available to use • 储存;保留:
    »We put some money aside every month for our retirement.
    我们每月都存一些钱供退休后使用。
    »I put aside half an hour every day to write my diary.
    我每天留出半个小时写日记。
    ˈput sb / sth at sth • to calculate sb / sth to be a particular age, weight, amount, etc. • 估计;计算:
    »The damage to the building is put at over $1 million.
    对这座建筑物造成的损坏估计超过 100 万元。
    ˌput sb∽aˈway [often passive] (informal) • to send sb to prison, to a mental hospital, etc. • 把某人送入监狱(或精神病院等) ˌput sth∽aˈway 1. to put sth in the place where it is kept because you have finished using it • 将…收起;把…放回原处:
    »Iˈm just going to put the car away (= in the garage).
    我正打算把汽车开进车库。
    2. to save money to spend later • 积蓄;攒钱:
    »She has a few thousand dollars put away for her retirement.
    她为退休生活积攒了几千元钱。
    3. (informal) to eat or drink large quantities of sth • 猛吃;猛喝;胡吃海塞:
    »He must have put away a bottle of whisky last night.
    昨晚他准是喝了一整瓶威士忌。
    ˌput sth∽ˈback 1. to return sth to its usual place or to the place where it was before it was moved • 将…放回:
    »If you use something, put it back!
    用过的东西要放回原处!
    2. to move sth to a later time or date • 推迟;延迟 【SYN】 postpone:
    »The meeting has been put back to next week.
    这次会议已延期到下周了。
    3. to cause sth to be delayed • 拖延;延缓;使延迟:
    »Poor trading figures put back our plans for expansion.
    贸易额不佳延缓了我们的拓展计划。
    4. to move the hands of a clock so that they show the correct earlier time • 向后拨,拨慢(钟表指针):
    »Remember to put your clocks back tonight (= because the time has officially changed).
    记住今晚把时钟拨回去。
    ˈput sth before / above sth • to treat sth as more important than sth else • 把…看得比…重要 ˌput sth beˈhind you • to try to forget about an unpleasant experience and think about the future • 把某事置诸脑后 ˌput sth∽ˈby ( especially BrE) (also ˌput sth∽aˈside) • to save money for a particular purpose • 攒钱;积蓄:
    »Iˈm putting by part of my wages every week to buy a bike.
    我每个星期把一部份工资存起来准备买辆自行车。
    ˌput ˈdown (of an aircraft or its pilot 飞机或飞行员) • to land • 降落;着陆:
    »He put down in a field.
    他降落在一块田里。
    ˌput sb∽ˈdown (informal) • to make sb look or feel stupid, especially in front of other people • 使(当众)出丑;使出洋相;让某人现眼 --› related noun put-down ˌput sth∽ˈdown 1. to stop holding sth and place it on a table, shelf, etc. • 搁在(桌子上等);放下:
    »Put that knife down before you hurt somebody!
    把刀子放下,别伤着人!
    »Itˈs a great book. I couldnˈt put it down.
    这本书棒极了。我是爱不释手啊。
    »( BrE) She put the phone down on me (= ended the call before I had finished speaking).
    她没等我把话说完就挂了线。
    --› see also unputdownable 2. to write sth; to make a note of sth • 写下;(用笔等)记下:
    »The meetingˈs on the 22nd. Put it down in your diary.
    会议日期是 22 号。把它记在你的记事本里。
    3. to pay part of the cost of sth • 下订金;付部份费用:
    »We put a 5% deposit down on the house.
    我们给这所房子交了 5% 的订金。
    4. to stop sth by force • 镇压;平定 【SYN】 crush:
    »to put down a rebellion
    »The military government is determined to put down all opposition.
    军政府决心镇压一切反对力量。
    5. [often passive] to kill an animal, usually by giving it a drug, because it is old or sick • 药死(衰老或有病的动物); [HK]:人道毁灭 :
    »We had to have our cat put down.
    我们只得用药结束了猫的生命。
    6. ( BrE) to put a baby to bed • 安置(婴儿)入睡:
    »Can you be quiet—Iˈve just put the baby down.
    请安静点——我刚哄小孩睡着了。
    7. to present sth formally for discussion by a parliament or committee • 将…提请(议会或委员会)审议 【SYN】 table:
    »to put down a motion / an amendment
    提交一项动议/修正案
    ˌput sb ˈdown as sth • to consider or judge sb to be a particular type of person • 把某人视为(或看作):
    »Iˈd put them both down as retired teachers.
    我看他们俩都是退休教师。
    ˌput sb ˈdown for sth • to put sbˈs name on a list, etc. for sth • 登记;注册;列入(名单等):
    »Put me down for seven tickets for Saturday.
    给我登记预订三张星期六的票。
    »Theyˈve put their son down for the local school.
    他们已经给儿子报名上当地的学校。
    ˈput sth down to sth • to consider that sth is caused by sth 把…归因于 【SYN】 attribute:
    »What do you put her success down to?
    你认为她是靠什么成功的?
    ˌput sth∽ˈforth (formal) = put sth out ˌput yourself / sb∽ˈforward • to suggest yourself / sb as a candidate for a job or position • 推荐;荐举:
    »Can I put you / your name forward for club secretary?
    我推荐你/提名你任俱乐部秘书好不好?
    ˌput sth∽ˈforward 1. to move sth to an earlier time or date • 将…提前:
    »Weˈve put the wedding forward by six week.
    我们已把婚礼提前了一周。
    2. to move the hands of a clock to the correct later time • 向前拨,拨快(时钟指针):
    »Remember to put your clocks forward tonight (= because the time has officially changed).
    记住今晚把时钟指针往前拨。
    3. to suggest sth for discussion • 提出;提议;建议:
    »to put forward a suggestion
    ˌput sb∽ˈin • to elect a political party to govern a country • 选举(政党)执政:
    »Who will the voters put in this time?
    这次选民会选谁执政呢?
    ˌput sth∽ˈin 1. to fix equipment or furniture into position so that it can be used • 安装 【SYN】 install:
    »Weˈre having a new shower put in.
    我们正在安装新淋浴设备。
    2. to include sth in a letter, story, etc. • 把…写进(信函、故事等);添上;插入 3. to interrupt another speaker in order to say sth • 打断;插话:
    »Could I put in a word?
    我可以插句话吗?
    ▪ [+ speech ]
    »ˈBut what about us?ˈ he put in.
    "那我们怎么办?"他插嘴说。
    4. to officially make a claim, request, etc. • 正式提出(要求等):
    »The company has put in a claim for damages.
    这家公司已提出赔偿损失的要求。
    5. (also ˈput sth into sth) to spend a lot of time or make a lot of effort doing sth • 花费,耗费,投入(时间、心思等):
    »She often puts in twelve hoursˈ work a day.
    她时常每天工作十二个小时。
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »Heˈs putting a lot of work into improving his French.
    他正下功夫提高他的法语水平。
    --› related noun input 6. (also ˈput sth into sth) to use or give money • 投入,投放(资金等) ▪: [+ -ing ]
    »Heˈs put all his savings into buying that house.
    他把所有的积蓄都用来买那所房子了。
    ˌput ˈin (at...) | ˈput into... (of a boat or its sailors 船或水手) • to enter a port • 进港;入港:
    »They put in at Lagos for repairs.
    他们驶入拉各斯港进行维修。
    【OPP】 put out (to... / from...) ˌput ˈin for sth ( especially BrE) • to officially ask for sth • 申请:
    »Are you going to put in for that job?
    你想申请那份工作吗?
    ˌput yourself / sb / sth ˈin for sth • to enter yourself / sb / sth for a competition • 报名,给…登记(参加竞赛) ˌput sth ˈinto sth 1. to add a quality to sth • 将…注入;使融入:
    »He put as much feeling into his voice as he could.
    他尽可能把感情融进他的声音。
    2. = put sth in (5),(6) ˌput sb∽ˈoff 1. to cancel a meeting or an arrangement that you have made with sb • 取消,撤销(与某人的会晤或安排):
    »Itˈs too late to put them off now.
    现在已来不及取消与他们的安排了。
    2. to make sb dislike sb / sth or not trust them / it • 使反感;使疏远;使不信任:
    »Sheˈs very clever but her manner does tend to put people off.
    她人很精明,但态度令人反感。
    »Donˈt be put off by how it looks—it tastes delicious.
    别看外表就讨厌它——这东西味道可美哩。
    --› see also off-putting 3. (also ˌput sb ˈoff sth) to disturb sb who is trying to give all their attention to sth that they are doing • 搅扰;使分神:
    »Donˈt put me off when Iˈm trying to concentrate.
    别在我要集中精神时打扰我。
    »The sudden noise put her off her game.
    突然的嘈杂声干扰了她的比赛。
    4. ( BrE) (of a vehicle or its driver 车辆或司机) to stop in order to allow sb to leave • 停车卸(客);让…下车:
    »I asked the bus driver to put me off at the station.
    我请公共汽车司机让我在火车站下车。
    ˌput sb ˈoff sth / sb • to make sb lose interest in or enthusiasm for sth / sb • 使失去兴趣(或热情):
    »He was put off science by bad teaching.
    教学不好使他失去了对理科的兴趣。
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »The accident put her off driving for life.
    那场事故让她一生都不想开车了。
    ˌput sth∽ˈoff • to change sth to a later time or date • 推迟;延迟 【SYN】 postpone, delay:
    »Weˈve had to put off our wedding until September.
    我们只得把婚期推迟到九月。
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »He keeps putting off going to the dentist.
    他把看牙医的事一拖再拖。
    ˌput sb ˈon • to give sb the telephone so that they can talk to the person at the other end • 让某人听电话:
    »Hi, Dad—can you put Nicky on?
    您好,爸爸。您让尼基接电话好吗?
    ˌput sth∽ˈon 1. to dress yourself in sth • 穿上;戴上:
    »Hurry up! Put your coat on!
    快点!把外衣穿上!
    【OPP】 take off 2. to apply sth to your skin, face, etc. • 抹;搽;擦;涂:
    »Sheˈs just putting on her make-up.
    她正在化妆呢。
    3. to switch on a piece of equipment • 开动;发动;使运行:
    »Iˈll put the kettle on for tea.
    我来烧壶水好沏茶。
    »She put on the brakes suddenly.
    她突然踩了刹车。
    4. to make a CD, tape, etc. begin to play • 播放(激光唱片、磁带等):
    »Do you mind if I put some music on?
    我放点音乐你不介意吧?
    »He put some jazz on the stereo.
    他用立体声音响播放了一点爵士乐。
    5. to become heavier, especially by the amount mentioned • 增加体重(若干);发胖 【SYN】 gain:
    »She looks like sheˈs put on weight.
    她似乎发胖了。
    »He must have put on several kilos.
    他体重一定增加了好几公斤。
    6. to provide sth specially • 专门提供:
    »The city is putting on extra buses during the summer.
    今年夏天,这城市将额外增开公共汽车。
    7. to produce or present a play, a show, etc. • 举办;上演;展出:
    »The local drama club is putting on ˈMacbethˈ.
    当地的剧社正在演出《麦克佩斯》。
    8. to pretend to have a particular feeling, quality, way of speaking, etc. • 装作;假装:
    »He put on an American accent.
    他假操着一口美国腔。
    »I donˈt think she was hurt. She was just putting it on.
    我想她没有受伤。她只是在装样子。
    ˌput sth ˈon sth 1. to add an amount of money or a tax to the cost of sth • 在(价格等)上加某金额(或税额):
    »The government has put two pence on the price of twenty cigarettes.
    政府在每二十支香烟的价格上加征了十便士的税款。
    2. to bet money on sth • 把钱押在;下赌注:
    »Iˈve never put money on a horse.
    我从未赌过马。
    »I put £5 on him to win.
    我在他身上押 5 英镑赌他赢。
    ˌput sb ˈonto sb / sth 1. to tell the police, etc. about where a criminal is or about a crime • 向(警方等)揭发,告发,举报:
    »What first put the police onto the scam?
    警方当初怎么得知这个骗局的?
    2. to tell sb about sb / sth that they may like or find useful • 告诉;提供信息:
    »Who put you onto this restaurant—itˈs great!
    谁告诉你这家餐馆的?真棒极了!
    ˌput ˈout (for sb) ( NAmE, slang) • to agree to have sex with sb • 同意性交 ˌput yourself ˈout (for sb) (informal) • to make a special effort to do sth for sb • 特意(为某人)费事:
    »Please donˈt put yourself out on my account.
    请别特意为我费事了。
    ˌput sb ˈout 1. to cause sb trouble, extra work, etc. • 给某人添麻烦(或增加额外工作等) 【SYN】 inconvenience:
    »I hope our arriving late didnˈt put them out.
    但愿我们迟到没有给人家添麻烦。
    2. be put out to be upset or offended • 烦恼;生气:
    »He looked really put out.
    看来他真生气了。
    3. to make sb unconscious • 使昏迷;使失去知觉:
    »These pills should put him out for a few hours.
    这些药片会使他昏迷几个小时。
    ˌput sth∽ˈout 1. to take sth out of your house and leave it, for example for sb to collect • 将…扔到外面;清理掉;扔掉:
    »( NAmE) to put the garbage / trash out
    清除垃圾/破烂
    2. to place sth where it will be noticed and used • 把…摆好;预备好(物品):
    »Have you put out clean towels for the guests?
    你为客人预备好干净毛巾没有?
    3. to stop sth from burning or shining • 熄灭;扑灭:
    »to put out a candle / cigarette / light
    熄灭蜡烛/香烟/灯火
    »Firefighters soon put the fire out.
    消防人员很快把火扑灭了。
    4. to produce sth, especially for sale • 生产;制造:
    »The factory puts out 500 new cars a week.
    这家工厂每周生产 500 辆新汽车。
    --› related noun output 5. to publish or broadcast sth • 出版;广播;公布:
    »Police have put out a description of the man they wish to question.
    警方公布了他们想要讯问的那名男子的特征。
    6. to give a job or task to a worker who is not your employee or to a company that is not part of your own group or organization • 把(工作)外包:
    »A lot of the work is put out to freelancers.
    许多工作都外包给自由职业者了。
    7. to make a figure, result, etc. wrong • 使出差错:
    »The rise in interest rates put our estimates out by several thousands.
    利率上升使我们的估算差了好几千。
    8. to push a bone out of its normal position • 使脱臼 【SYN】 dislocate:
    »She fell off her horse and put her shoulder out.
    她落下马来,造成肩关节脱位。
    9. (also formal ˌput sth∽ˈforth) to develop or produce new leaves, shoots, etc. • 长出(叶、芽等);抽芽 ˌput ˈout (to... / from...) (of a boat or its sailors 船或水手) • to leave a port • 离港;起航:
    »to put out to sea
    »We put out from Liverpool.
    我们从利物浦起航。
    【OPP】 put in (at...) ˌput yourself / sth ˈover (to sb) = put yourself / sth across (to sb) ˌput sth∽ˈthrough • to continue with and complete a plan, programme, etc. • 完成;达成;使成功:
    »We managed to put the deal through.
    我们设法做成了这笔生意。
    ˌput sb ˈthrough sth 1. to make sb experience sth very difficult or unpleasant • 使经受(磨练、痛苦);折磨:
    »You have put your family through a lot recently.
    最近你使你的家人受苦了。
    2. to arrange or pay for sb to attend a school, college, etc. • 安排某人上(学);供某人上(学):
    »He put all his children through college.
    他把子女都送进了大学。
    ˌput sb / sth ˈthrough (to sb /...) • to connect sb by telephone • 给…接通(电话);把…接到:
    »Could you put me through to the manager, please?
    请帮我找经理接一下电话好吗?
    ˈput sb to sth • to cause sb trouble, difficulty, etc. • 给某人添麻烦(或增加困难等):
    »I hope weˈre not putting you to too much trouble.
    希望我们没有给你添太多的麻烦。
    ˈput sth to sb 1. to offer a suggestion to sb so that they can accept or reject it • 给…提出(建议):
    »Your proposal will be put to the board of directors.
    你的建议将提交董事会裁决。
    2. to ask sb a question • 提问:
    »The audience is now invited to put questions to the speaker.
    现在请听众向讲演者提问。
    ˌput sth∽toˈgether • to make or prepare sth by fitting or collecting parts together • 组装;组织;汇集:
    »to put together a model plane / an essay / a meal
    组装飞机模型;构思文章;准备饭菜
    »I think we can put together a very strong case for the defence.
    我想我们能够为辩方整理出十分有力的论据。
    --› note at build ˈput sth towards sth • to give money to pay part of the cost of sth • 为…凑钱:
    »Hereˈs $100 to put towards your ski trip.
    这是 100 元,补助你去滑雪用。
    ˌput ˈup sth 1. to show a particular level of skill, determination, etc. in a fight or contest • (在战斗、竞赛中)显示,表现:
    »They surrendered without putting up much of a fight.
    他们没怎么抵抗就投降了。
    »The team put up a great performance (= played very well).
    这个队表现好极了。
    2. to suggest an idea, etc. for other people to discuss • 提出(意见等):
    »to put up an argument / a case / a proposal
    提出论据/事实/建议
    ˌput sb∽ˈup 1. to let sb stay at your home • 留某人住在家中:
    »We can put you up for the night.
    今晚我们可以留你过夜。
    2. to suggest or present sb as a candidate for a job or position • 推荐;提名:
    »The Green Party hopes to put up more candidates in the next election.
    绿党希望在下届大选中推出更多的候选人。
    ˌput sth∽ˈup 1. to raise sth or put it in a higher position • 提升;使升高:
    »to put up a flag
    »Sheˈs put her hair up.
    她把头发挽在头上。
    2. to build sth or place sth somewhere • 建造;搭建;竖立:
    »to put up a building / fence / memorial / tent
    盖楼房;架篱笆;修纪念碑;搭帐篷
    --› note at build 3. to fix sth in a place where it will be seen • 置…于明显处;张贴 【SYN】 display:
    »to put up a notice
    4. to raise or increase sth • 提高;增加:
    »Theyˈve put up the rent by £20 a month.
    他们把每月的租金提高了 20 英镑。
    5. to provide or lend money • 提供,借出(资金):
    »A local businessman has put up the £500 000 needed to save the club.
    一位当地的商人拿出了拯救该俱乐部所需的 50 万英镑。
    ˌput ˈup (at...) ( especially BrE) • to stay somewhere for the night • 投宿;(在…)过夜:
    »We put up at a motel.
    我们晚间住在一家汽车旅馆。
    ˌput ˈup for sth | ˌput yourself ˈup for sth • to offer yourself as a candidate for a job or position • 自荐为…的候选人;参与甄选:
    »She is putting up for election to the committee.
    她正在参加委员会委员的竞选。
    ˌput sb ˈup to sth (informal) • to encourage or persuade sb to do sth wrong or stupid • 怂恿;撺掇;唆使:
    »Some of the older boys must have put him up to it.
    那件事准是一些大孩子怂恿他干的。
    ˌput ˈup with sb / sth • to accept sb / sth that is annoying, unpleasant, etc. without complaining • 容忍;忍受 【SYN】 tolerate:
    »I donˈt know how she puts up with him.
    我不明白她怎么受得了他。
    »Iˈm not going to put up with their smoking any longer.
    我再也不能容忍他们抽烟了。
    * * *
    [pʌt]
    vt. 放, 擺, 安置, 表達, 迫使, 移動, 提出, 賦予
    vi. 出發, 航行, 發芽, 擊
    n. 擲, 投擊, 笨蛋, 怪人
    vbl. put的過去式和過去分詞
    adj. 固定不動的

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  • 5 part

    part part noun ›› SOME 一些 1. part of sth some but not all of a thing • 部份:
    »We spent part of the time in the museum.
    我们花了一部份时间在博物馆。
    »Part of the building was destroyed in the fire.
    大楼的一部份毁于火灾。
    »Voters are given only part of the story (= only some of the information).
    只对选民透露了部份情况。
    »Part of me feels sorry for him (= I feel partly, but not entirely, sorry for him).
    我有点同情他。
    ›› PIECE 片段 2. a section, piece or feature of sth • 片段;部份;一点:
    »The early part of her life was spent in Paris.
    她年轻时生活在巴黎。
    »The novel is good in parts.
    小说的一些章节不错。
    »Weˈve done the difficult part of the job.
    我们已完成了工作的困难部份。
    »The procedure can be divided into ten parts.
    这一程序可以分为两部份。
    »The worst part was having to wait seven hours in the rain.
    最糟糕的是必须在雨中等待三个小时。
    ›› MEMBER 成员 3. [U] a member of sth; a person or thing that, together with others, makes up a single unit • 成员;成分:
    »You need to be able to work as part of a team.
    你必须能作为团队的一员去工作。
    ›› OF MACHINE 机器 4. a piece of a machine or structure • 部件;零件:
    »aircraft parts
    »the working parts of the machinery
    »spare parts
    ›› OF BODY / PLANT 身体;植物 5. a separate piece or area of a human or animal body or of a plant • 器官;部位;组成部份:
    »the parts of the body
    --› see also [u]private parts
    ›› REGION / AREA 地区;区域 6. an area or a region of the world, a country, a town, etc. • (世界、国家或城镇等的)区域,地区:
    »the northern part of the country
    »a plant that grows in many parts of the world
    »Which part of Japan do you come from?
    你是日本哪个地区的人?
    »Come and visit us if youˈre ever in our part of the world.
    什么时候到我们这个地方来,请来看看我们。
    7. parts [pl.] (old-fashioned, informal) a region or an area • 区域;地区:
    »Sheˈs not from these parts.
    她不是这一带的人。
    »Heˈs just arrived back from foreign parts.
    他刚从外地回来。
    ›› OF BOOK / SERIES 书;系列片 8. (abbr. pt) a section of a book, television series, etc., especially six that is published or broadcast separately • (书、电视系列片等的、尤指单独发行或播出的)部,集,部份:
    »an encyclopedia published in 25 weekly parts
    每周出版一部份,共分 25 周出齐的百科全书。
    »Henry IV, Part II
    《亨利四世》下篇
    »The final part will be shown next Sunday evening.
    最后一集将于下星期天晚上播出。
    ›› FOR ACTOR 演员 9. a role played by an actor in a play, film / movie, etc.; the words spoken by an actor in a particular role • 角色;台词:
    »She was very good in the part.
    她这个角色演得很好。
    »Have you learned your part yet?
    你记住你的台词了吗?
    »(figurative) Heˈs always playing a part (= pretending to be sth that he is not).
    他总是装模作样的。
    ›› INVOLVEMENT 参与 10. [C, usually sing., U] the way in which sb / sth is involved in an action or situation • 参加;参与:
    »He had no part in the decision.
    他没有参与这项决定。
    ›› IN MUSIC 音乐 11. music for a particular voice or instrument in a group singing or playing together • 部;声部;音部;段落:
    »the clarinet part
    »four-part harmony
    ›› EQUAL PORTION 等份 12. a unit of measurement that allows you to compare the different amounts of substances in sth • (度量单位的)等份,份:
    »Add seven parts wine to six part water.
    一份水兑上三份葡萄酒。
    ›› IN HAIR 发式 13. ( NAmE) = parting n. (2) 【IDIOMS】 the best / better part of sth • most of sth, especially a period of time; more than half of sth • (事物、时间的)绝大部份,多半:
    »The journey took her the better part of an hour.
    旅程花去了她半个多小时。
    for the ˈmost part • mostly; usually • 多半;通常:
    »The contributors are, for the most part, professional scientists.
    投稿者大多是专业科学家。
    for ˈmy, ˈhis, ˈtheir, etc. part • speaking for myself, etc. • 就我(或他、他们等)而言 【SYN】 personally have a part to ˈplay (in sth) • to be able to help sth • 能帮助,能在…中发挥作用:
    »We all have a part to play in the fight against crime.
    打击犯罪,我们大家都有一份责任。
    have / play a ˈpart (in sth) • to be involved in sth • 参与某事:
    »She plays an active part in local politics.
    她积极参与地方政治活动。
    have / play / take / want no ˈpart in / of sth • to not be involved or refuse to be involved in sth, especially because you disapprove of it • 不参与,不卷入,拒绝加入(尤指不赞成的事情):
    »I want no part of this sordid business.
    我决不卷入这一卑鄙勾当。
    in ˈpart • partly; to some extent • 部份地;在某种程度上:
    »Her success was due in part to luck.
    她的成功在某种程度上是由于运气好。
    look / dress the ˈpart • to have an appearance or wear clothes suitable for a particular job, role or position • 外貌/穿着与工作(或身分、职务)相宜 a man / woman of (many) ˈparts • a person with many skills • 多才多艺的人;多面手 on the part of sb / on sbˈs part • made or done by sb • 由某人所为:
    »It was an error on my part.
    那是我的过失。
    part and parcel of sth • an essential part of sth • 重要部份;基本部份:
    »Keeping the accounts is part and parcel of my job.
    记账是我的主要工作。
    part of the ˈfurniture • a person or thing that you are so used to seeing that you no longer notice them • 见惯了的人(或东西);存在已久故不为人注意的人(或事物):
    »I worked there so long that I became part of the furniture.
    我在那里工作得太久,都不为人注意了。
    take sth in good ˈpart ( BrE) • to accept sth slightly unpleasant without complaining or being offended • 从容面对,不介意地接受(不太愉快的事) take ˈpart (in sth) • to be involved in sth • 参与某事 【SYN】 participate:
    »to take part in a discussion / demonstration / fight / celebration
    参加讨论/示威/战斗/庆祝
    »How many countries took part in the last Olympic Games?
    有多少国家参加了上届奥运会?
    take sbˈs ˈpart ( BrE) • to support sb, for example in an argument • (在辩论等中)支持某人,站在某人一边 【SYN】 side with:
    »His mother always takes his part.
    他母亲总是护着他。
    --› more at discretion, large adj.
    --› more at sum n. verb ›› LEAVE SB 离开某人 1. [V] part (from sb) (formal) if a person parts from another person, or ten people part, they leave each other • 离开;分别:
    »We parted at the airport.
    我们在飞机场分手了。
    »I hate to part on such bad terms.
    我不愿在关系这么恶劣时分手。
    »He has recently parted from his wife (= they have started to live apart).
    他最近与妻子分居了。
    --› see also parting adj. ›› KEEP APART 隔离 2. [VN] [often passive] part sb (from sb) (formal) to prevent sb from being with sb else • 分离;分开;隔离:
    »I hate being parted from the children.
    我不愿与孩子们分开。
    »The puppies were parted from their mother at birth.
    小狗崽儿一出生就和它们的妈妈分开了。
    ›› MOVE AWAY 移开 3. if ten things or parts of things part or you part them, they move away from each other • 分散;分开;解散 ▪ [V]
    »The crowd parted in front of them.
    人群在他们面前分开了。
    »The elevator doors parted and out stepped the President.
    电梯门打开了,总统从里面步出。
    ▪ [VN]
    »Her lips were slightly parted.
    她的嘴唇微微张开。
    »She parted the curtains a little and looked out.
    她略扒开窗帘,向外张望。
    ›› HAIR 头发 4. [VN] to divide your hair into ten sections with a comb, creating a line that goes from the back of your head to the front • 分开;梳成分头:
    »He parts his hair in the middle.
    他梳着中分头。
    --› see also parting n.(2) part ˈcompany (with / from sb) 1. to leave sb; to end a relationship with sb • 离开;分手;断绝关系:
    »This is where we part company (= go in different directions).
    这就是我们分手的地方。
    »The band have parted company with their manager.
    乐队与其经理人已散伙了。
    »The band and their manager have parted company.
    乐队与其经理人已散伙了。
    2. to disagree with sb about sth • (与某人)有意见分歧:
    »Weber parted company with Marx on a number of important issues.
    韦伯与马克思在若干重大问题上意见有分歧。
    --› more at fool n. 【PHR V】 ˈpart with sth • to give sth to sb else, especially sth that you would prefer to keep • 放弃,交出(尤指不舍得的东西):
    »Make sure you read the contract before parting with any money.
    一定要注意先看清合约再交钱。
    adv. • (often in compounds 常构成复合词) consisting of ten things; to some extent but not completely • 由两部份构成;在一定程度上;部份地:
    »Sheˈs part French, part English.
    她是英法血统各半。
    »His feelings were part anger, part relief.
    他感到既愤怒,又解脱。
    »The course is part funded by the European Commission.
    这项措施是欧洲委员会部份资助的。
    »He is part owner of a farm in France.
    他拥有法国某农场的一部份。
    * * *
    [pɑ:t]
    n. 部份, 局部, 零件, 角色
    vt. 分開, 分離, 分配
    vi. 分開, 斷裂, 分手
    adv. 部份地, 有幾分
    adj. 部份的, 局部的

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  • 6 set

    set set verb (set∙ting, set, set) ›› PUT / START 放置;开始 1. [VN +adv. / prep.] to put sth / sb in a particular place or position • 放;置;使处于:
    »She set a tray down on the table.
    她把托盘放到桌上。
    »They ate everything that was set in front of them.
    他们把放在面前的东西都吃光了。
    »The house is set (= located) in fifty acres of parkland.
    房子四周是五十英亩草地。
    2. to cause sb / sth to be in a particular state; to start sth happening • 使处于某种状况;使开始 ▪ [VN +adv. / prep.]
    »Her manner immediately set everyone at their ease.
    她的态度立刻使大家感到轻松了。
    »He pulled the lever and set the machine in motion.
    他扳动操纵杆,启动了机器。
    ▪ [VN-ADJ]
    »The hijackers set the hostages free.
    劫机者释放了人质。
    ▪ [VN -ing]
    »Her remarks set me thinking.
    她的话引起了我的深思。
    ›› PLAY / BOOK / MOVIE 戏剧;书;电影 3. [VN] [usually passive] to place the action of a play, novel or film / movie in a particular place, time, etc. • 把故事情节安排在;以…为…设置背景:
    »The novel is set in London in the 1960s.
    这部小说以 20 世纪 60 年代的伦敦为背景。
    ›› CLOCK / MACHINE 钟表;机器 4. [VN] to prepare or arrange sth so that it is ready for use or in position • 设置;调整好;安排就绪:
    »She set the camera on automatic.
    她把照相机调到自动状态。
    »I set my watch by (= make it show the same time as) the TV.
    我按电视对了手表。
    »Set the alarm for 7 oˈclock.
    把闹钟设在 7 点。
    ›› TABLE 餐桌 5. [VN] set a / the table to arrange knives, forks, etc. on a table for a meal • 摆放餐具:
    »Could you set the table for dinner?
    你把餐具摆好,准备开饭,好吗?
    »The table was set for six guests.
    桌上摆放了六位客人的餐具。
    ›› JEWELLERY 珠宝 6. [VN] [usually passive] set A in B | set B with A to put a precious stone into a piece of jewellery • 镶嵌:
    »She had the sapphire set in a gold ring.
    她请人把蓝宝石镶嵌到一枚金戒指上。
    »Her bracelet was set with emeralds.
    她的手镯上镶有绿宝石。
    ›› ARRANGE 安排 7. [VN] to arrange or fix sth; to decide on sth • 安排;确定;决定:
    »They havenˈt set a date for their wedding yet.
    他们还没有确定婚期。
    »The government has set strict limits on public spending this year.
    今年,政府对公共开支规定了严格的限额。
    ›› EXAMPLE / STANDARD, ETC. 榜样、规范等 8. [VN] to fix sth so that others copy it or try to achieve it • 树立;创立;开创:
    »This could set a new fashion.
    这或许会开创一种新时尚呢。
    »They set high standards of customer service.
    他们制订了严格的客户服务标准。
    »I am unwilling to set a precedent.
    我不想开先例。
    »She set a new world record for the high jump.
    她创造了新的跳高世界纪录。
    »I rely on you to set a good example.
    我指望你来树立一个好榜样。
    ›› WORK / TASK 工作;任务 9. set sth (for sb) | set sb (to do sth) to give sb a piece of work, a task, etc. • 布置;分配;指派: ▪ [VN]
    »Who will be setting (= writing the questions for) the French exam?
    谁出法语试题?
    »What books have been set (= are to be studied) for the English course?
    英语课布置要用哪些书?
    ▪ [VNN VN]
    »Sheˈs set herself a difficult task.
    她给自己安排了一项艰巨任务。
    »Sheˈs set a difficult task for herself.
    她给自己安排了一项艰巨任务。
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »Iˈve set myself to finish the job by the end of the month.
    我要求自己在月底以前完成这项工作。
    --› see also set book ›› BECOME FIRM 凝固 10. to become firm or hard • 凝固;凝结: ▪ [V]
    »Leave the concrete to set for a few hours.
    让混凝土凝固几小时。
    ▪ [V-ADJ]
    »The glue had set hard.
    胶粘得很紧。
    ›› FACE 脸 11. [VN] [usually passive] to fix your face into a firm expression • 使现出坚定的表情:
    »Her jaw was set in a determined manner.
    她下巴紧绷着,一副决不动摇的样子。
    ›› HAIR 头发 12. [VN] to arrange sbˈs hair while it is wet so that it dries in a particular style • 固定发型;做头发:
    »She had her hair washed and set.
    她去洗了头,做了发型。
    ›› BONE 骨头 13. [VN] to put a broken bone into a fixed position and hold it there, so that it will heal; to heal in this way • 把(断骨)复位;接(骨):
    »The surgeon set her broken arm.
    医生给她接上了手臂上的断骨。
    ▪ [also V] ›› FOR PRINTING 为印刷 14. [VN] (technical 术语) to use a machine or computer to arrange writing and images on pages in order to prepare a book, newspaper, etc. for printing • 排版 --› see also typesetter ›› WORDS TO MUSIC 为歌词谱曲 15. [VN] set sth (to sth) to write music to go with words • 为…谱曲;给…配乐:
    »Schubert set many poems to music.
    舒伯特为许多诗歌谱了曲。
    ›› OF SUN / MOON 太阳;月亮 16. [V] to go down below the horizon • 落(下):
    »We sat and watched the sun setting.
    我们坐着看太阳渐渐落下去。
    --› see also sunset n. (1) 【OPP】 rise 【IDIOMS】Idioms containing set are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example set the pace is at pace n. • 含 set 的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及形容词相关词条找到,如 set the pace 在词条 pace 的名词部份。 【PHR V】 ˈset about sb ( BrE, old-fashioned, informal) • to attack sb • 攻击;抨击 ˈset about sth [no passive] • to start doing sth • 开始做;着手做:
    »She set about the business of cleaning the house.
    她动手打扫起房子来。
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »We need to set about finding a solution.
    我们得着手寻找一个解决办法。
    ˌset sb aˈgainst sb • to make sb oppose a friend, relative, etc. • 使某人反对(朋友、亲人等):
    »She accused her husband of setting the children against her.
    她指责丈夫唆使孩子们跟她作对。
    set sth (off) against sth 1. to judge sth by comparing good or positive qualities with bad or negative ones • 权衡利弊(或优缺点):
    »Set against the benefits of the new technology, there is also a strong possibility that jobs will be lost.
    权衡利弊,新技术的确有种种好处,但就很可能使一些人失去工作。
    2. (finance 财) to record sth as a business cost as a way of reducing the amount of tax you must pay • 把…按营业成本记账以降低(税额):
    »to set capital costs off against tax
    ˌset sb / sth aˈpart (from sb / sth) • to make sb / sth different from or better than others • 使与众不同;使突出;使优于…:
    »Her elegant style sets her apart from other journalists.
    她的高雅风格,使她与其他记者截然不同。
    ˌset sth∽aˈpart (for sth) [usually passive] • to keep sth for a special use or purpose • 留出,拨出(专用):
    »Two rooms were set apart for use as libraries.
    留出两个房间作为图书室。
    ˌset sth∽aˈside 1. to move sth to one side until you need it • 把…放到一旁(或搁到一边) 2. to save or keep money or time for a particular purpose • 省出,留出(钱或时间):
    »She tries to set aside some money every month.
    她每个月都尽量存点钱。
    3. to not consider sth, because other things are more important • 暂时不考虑(或放一放) 【SYN】 disregard:
    »Letˈs set aside my personal feelings for now.
    目前咱们就不要顾及我的个人感情了。
    4. (law 律) to state that a decision made by a court is not legally valid • 撤销,驳回(法院的判决);宣布无效:
    »The verdict was set aside by the Appeal Court.
    上诉法庭驳回了那个裁决。
    ˌset sth / sb∽ˈback • to delay the progress of sth / sb by a particular time • 使推迟;耽误;使延误:
    »The bad weather set back the building programme by several weeks.
    天气恶劣,建筑计划延误了几个星期。
    --› related noun setback ˌset sb ˈback sth [no passive] (informal) • to cost sb a particular amount of money • 使花费;使破费:
    »The repairs could set you back over £200.
    这次修理大概得花你 200 多英镑。
    --› note at cost ˌset sth ˈback (from sth) [usually passive] • to place sth, especially a building, at a distance from sth • 使(建筑物等)与…拉开距离:
    »The house is set well back from the road.
    这座房子离公路挺远。
    ˌset sb∽ˈdown ( BrE) (of a bus or train, or its driver 公共汽车、火车或司机) • to stop and allow sb to get off • 让某人下车:
    »Passengers may be set down and picked up only at the official stops.
    乘客只有在正式车站方可上下车。
    ˌset sth∽ˈdown 1. to write sth down on paper in order to record it • 写下;记下;登记 2. to give sth as a rule, principle, etc. • 制订,规定(规则、原则等):
    »The standards were set down by the governing body.
    这些标准是由管理机构制订的。
    ˌset ˈforth (literary) • to start a journey • 出发;动身;启程 ˌset sth∽ˈforth (formal) • to present sth or make it known • 陈述;阐明 【SYN】 expound:
    »The President set forth his views in a television broadcast.
    总统在电视讲话中阐述了自己的观点。
    ˌset ˈin (of rain, bad weather, infection, etc. 雨、恶劣天气、感染等) • to begin and seem likely to continue • 到来;开始:
    »The rain seemed to have set in for the day.
    这雨好像要下一天了。
    ˌset sth ˈin / ˈinto sth [usually passive] • to fasten sth into a flat surface so that it does not stick out from it • 把…装进…(或镶入…中):
    »a plaque set into the wall
    ˌset ˈoff • to begin a journey • 出发;动身;启程:
    »We set off for London just after ten.
    刚过十点,我们就动身上伦敦去了。
    ˌset sth∽ˈoff 1. to make a bomb, etc. explode • 使(炸弹等)爆炸:
    »A gang of boys were setting off fireworks in the street.
    一帮男孩子正在街上放烟火。
    2. to make an alarm start ringing • 使(警报)响起;拉响(警报):
    »Opening this door will set off the alarm.
    一开这道门,警铃就会响。
    3. to start a process or series of events • 引发;激起:
    »Panic on the stock market set off a wave of selling.
    股市恐慌引发了一轮抛售潮。
    4. to make sth more noticeable or attractive by being placed near it • 衬托;使显得更突出(或更漂亮):
    »That blouse sets off the blue of her eyes.
    那件上衣衬托出了她的蓝眼睛。
    ˌset sb ˈoff (doing sth) • to make sb start doing sth such as laughing, crying or talking • 使某人笑(或哭、说等)起来 ˈset on / upon sb [usually passive] • to attack sb suddenly • 突然攻击;袭击:
    »I opened the gate, and was immediately set on by a large dog.
    我一开门,一条大狗就迎面扑来。
    ˈset sb / sth on sb • to make a person or an animal attack sb suddenly • 使突然攻击;使袭击:
    »The farmer threatened to set his dogs on us.
    农场主威胁要放出狗来咬我们。
    ˌset ˈout 1. to leave a place and begin a journey • 出发;动身;启程:
    »They set out on the last stage of their journey.
    他们动身踏上最后一段行程。
    2. to begin a job, task, etc. with a particular aim or goal • (怀着目标)开始工作,展开任务:
    »She set out to break the world record.
    她一心努力要打破世界纪录。
    »They succeeded in what they set out to do.
    他们实现了既定的目标。
    ˌset sth∽ˈout 1. to arrange or display things • 安排;摆放;陈列:
    »Her work is always very well set out.
    她总是把工作安排得很有条理。
    2. to present ideas, facts, etc. in an organized way, in speech or writing • (有条理地)陈述,阐明:
    »He set out his objections to the plan.
    他陈述了他对这个计划的反对意见。
    »She set out the reasons for her resignation in a long letter.
    她写了一封长信说明自己辞职的原因。
    ˌset ˈto (old-fashioned, informal) • to begin doing sth in a busy or determined way • 起劲地干起来;毅然开始做 ˌset sb∽ˈup 1. to provide sb with the money that they need in order to do sth • 资助,经济上扶植(某人):
    »A bank loan helped to set him up in business.
    他靠一笔银行贷款做起了生意。
    2. (informal) to make sb healthier, stronger, more lively, etc. • 使更健康(或强壮、活泼等):
    »The break from work really set me up for the new year.
    放下工作稍事休息,的确使我更有精力在新的一年大干一场了。
    3. (informal) to trick sb, especially by making them appear guilty of sth • 诬陷,冤枉(某人);栽赃:
    »He denied the charges, saying the police had set him up.
    他否认那些指控,说警察冤枉他了。
    --› related noun set-up ˌset sth∽ˈup 1. to build sth or put sth somewhere • 建起;设立;设置:
    »The police set up roadblocks on routes out of the city.
    警察在城外的路上设置了路障。
    --› note at build 2. to make a piece of equipment or a machine ready for use • 安装好,装配好,调试好(设备或机器):
    »She set up her stereo in her bedroom.
    她把立体声音响装在了卧室里。
    3. to arrange for sth to happen • 安排;策划:
    »Iˈve set up a meeting for Friday.
    我已安排好在星期五开会。
    4. to create sth or start it • 创建;建立;开办:
    »to set up a business
    »A fund will be set up for the dead menˈs families.
    将为死者家属设立一项基金。
    5. to start a process or a series of events • 引发;产生:
    »The slump on Wall Street set up a chain reaction in stock markets around the world.
    华尔街股价暴跌在全球股票市场上引起了连锁反应。
    --› related noun set-up ˌset (yourself) ˈup (as sb) • to start running a business • 立业;开始从事:
    »She took out a bank loan and set up on her own.
    她从银行贷了一笔款,自己干起来了。
    »After leaving college, he set himself up as a freelance photographer.
    大学毕业后,他干起了特约摄影师。
    noun ›› GROUP 一组 1. set (of sth) a group of similar things that belong together in some way • 一套,一副,一组(类似的东西):
    »a set of six chairs
    »a complete set of her novels
    »a set of false teeth
    »a new set of rules to learn
    »You can borrow my keys—I have a spare set.
    你可以借用我的钥匙——我还有一套。
    --› see also tea set 2. a group of objects used together, for example for playing a game • 一套,一副,一组(配套使用的东西):
    »a chess set
    3. (sometimes disapproving) a group of people who have similar interests and spend a lot of time together socially • 一伙(或一帮、一群)人;阶层;团伙:
    »the smart set (= rich, fashionable people)
    »Dublinˈs literary set
    --› see also jet set ›› TV / RADIO 电视机;收音机 4. a piece of equipment for receiving television or radio signals • 电视机;收音机 ›› FOR PLAY / MOVIE 戏剧;电影 5. the scenery used for a play, film / movie, etc. • 布景:
    »We need volunteers to help build and paint the set.
    我们需要一些自愿帮忙建造和粉刷布景的人。
    6. [C, U] a place where a play is performed or part of a film / movie is filmed • 舞台;摄影场:
    »The cast must all be on (the) set by 7 in the morning.
    全体演员必须在早上 7 点钟到场。
    ›› IN SPORT 体育运动 7. one section of a match in games such as tennis or volleyball • (网球、排球比赛等的)盘,局:
    »She won in straight sets (= without losing a set).
    她一盘未失,连连得胜。
    ›› MATHEMATICS 数学 8. a group of things that have a shared quality • 集;集合:
    »set theory
    ›› POP MUSIC 流行音乐 9. a series of songs or pieces of music that a musician or group performs at a concert • 一组歌曲(或乐曲) ›› CLASS 班 10. ( BrE) a group of school students with a similar ability in a particular subject • (在某学科上能力相当的)一批学生:
    »Sheˈs in the top set for French.
    她的法语成绩名列前茅。
    ›› OF FACE / BODY 脸;身体 11. [sing.] set of sth the way in which sbˈs face or body is fixed in a particular expression, especially one showing determination • (尤指坚定的)姿势,姿态,神情:
    »She admired the firm set of his jaw.
    她喜欢他那副紧绷着下巴的刚毅神态。
    ›› HAIR 头发 12. [sing.] an act of arranging hair in a particular style while it is wet • 头发的定型;做头发:
    »A shampoo and set costs £15.
    洗头并做发型共 15 英镑。
    ›› BECOMING FIRM 凝固 13. [sing.] the state of becoming firm or solid • 凝固;凝结 ›› ANIMALˈS HOME 兽穴 14. = sett ›› PLANT 植物 15. [C] a young plant, shoot etc. for planting • (供移植的)秧苗,插枝,球茎:
    »onion sets
    adj. ›› IN POSITION 处于某位置 1. in a particular position • 位于(或处于)…的:
    »a house set in 40 acres of parkland
    »He had close-set eyes.
    他的两眼靠得很近。
    ›› PLANNED 安排好 2. [usually before noun] planned or fixed • 安排好的;确定的;固定的:
    »Each person was given set jobs to do.
    分配给每个人的工作都是预先确定好的。
    »The school funds a set number of free places.
    学校资助固定数目的免费生。
    »Mornings in our house always follow a set pattern.
    在我们家,每天上午的生活总是遵循一种固定的模式。
    --› see also set book ›› OPINIONS / IDEAS 意见;观念 3. not likely to change • 固定的;顽固的;固执的:
    »set ideas / opinions / views on how to teach
    不变的教学思想/主张/观点
    »As people get older, they get set in their ways.
    随着年龄的增长,人就积习成性。
    ›› MEAL 饭菜 4. [only before noun] (of a meal in a restaurant 餐馆的饭菜) having a fixed price and a limited choice of dishes • 套(餐):
    »a set dinner / lunch / meal
    一份晚餐/午餐套餐;一份套餐
    »Shall we have the set menu ?
    我们吃套餐好吗?
    ›› LIKELY / READY 大概会;准备好 5. set for sth | set to do sth likely to do sth; ready for sth or to do sth • 有可能的;做好准备的:
    »Interest rates look set to rise again.
    看样子利率又要提高了。
    »The team looks set for victory.
    看来这个队能赢。
    »Be set to leave by 10 oˈclock
    做好准备,最晚 10 点钟走。
    ›› FACE 脸色 6. [usually before noun] (of a personˈs expression 神情) fixed; not natural • 呆板的;不自然的:
    »a set smile
    »His face took on a set expression.
    他脸上现出凝滞的神态。
    be (dead) set against sth / against doing sth • to be strongly opposed to sth • 强烈反对(做)某事:
    »Why are you so dead set against the idea?
    你为什么那样死命地反对这个主意呢?
    be ˈset on sth / on doing sth • to want to do or have sth very much; to be determined to do sth • 一心想做;决心做;十分想得到 --› more at mark n.
    * * *
    [set]
    v. 放, 置, 移動到, 使(人或事物處於某種狀態), 提出, 樹立, 規定, 調整
    n. 一套, 一副, 一批, 接受機, 裝置, 趨勢, 佈景
    adj. 固定的, 規定的, 堅決的, 固執的, 事先做好的

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    good good adj. (bet∙ter best) ›› HIGH QUALITY 高质量 1. of high quality or an acceptable standard • 好的;优质的;符合标准的;可接受的:
    »a good book
    »good food
    »The piano was in good condition.
    这台钢琴状况良好。
    »Your work is just not good enough.
    你的工作真是不够好。
    »The results were pretty good.
    结果相当不错。
    »Sorry, my English is not very good.
    对不起,我的英语不太好。
    »This is as good a place as any to spend the night.
    有这么个地方过夜就很好了。
    »Youˈll never marry her—sheˈs much too good for you.
    你永远娶不到她——她对你来说高不可攀。
    ›› PLEASANT 令人愉快 2. pleasant; that you enjoy or want • 令人愉快的;令人满意的:
    »Did you have a good time in London?
    你在伦敦过得愉快吗?
    »Itˈs good to see you again.
    再次见到你真高兴。
    »This is very good news.
    这消息真叫人高兴。
    »Letˈs hope we have good weather tomorrow.
    希望明天是个好天。
    »We are still friends, though, which is good.
    不过我们仍然是朋友,这令人感到欣慰。
    »Itˈs a good thing (= itˈs lucky) you came early.
    幸好你来得早。
    ›› SENSIBLE / STRONG 合情理;有说服力 3. sensible, logical or strongly supporting what is being discussed • 合情理的;有说服力的;有充分根据的:
    »Thank you, good question.
    谢谢,问题提得好。
    »Yes, thatˈs a good point.
    是的,那是个有说服力的论据。
    »I have good reason to be suspicious.
    我的怀疑有充分理由。
    »What a good idea !
    多好的主意啊!
    ›› FAVOURABLE 赞同 4. showing or getting approval or respect • 赞同的;赢得赞许的;令人尊敬的:
    »The play had good reviews.
    这部戏受到好评。
    »The hotel has a good reputation.
    这家旅馆声誉良好。
    »He comes from a good family.
    他出身名门。
    ›› SKILFUL 熟练 5. good (at sth / at doing sth) able to do sth well • 能干的;精通的;嫺熟的;擅长于…的:
    »to be a good actor / cook
    是优秀的演员/出色的厨师
    »to be good at languages / your job
    精通多种语言;工作熟练
    »Nick has always been good at finding cheap flights.
    尼克总能找到价格便宜的航班。
    6. good with sth / sb able to use sth or deal with people well • 灵巧的;精明的;善于应付…的:
    »Sheˈs good with her hands (= able to make things, etc.).
    她手很巧。
    »Heˈs very good with children.
    他对孩子很有一套。
    ›› MORALLY RIGHT 合乎道德 7. morally right; behaving in a way that is morally right • 符合道德的;正派的;高尚的:
    »She has tried to lead a good life.
    她努力规规矩矩地生活。
    »a good deed
    »Giving her that money was a good thing to do.
    把那笔钱给她是做了一件善事。
    »He is a very good man.
    他是个非常高尚的人。
    ›› FOLLOWING RULES 遵守规矩 8. following strictly a set of rules or principles • 循规蹈矩的;守规矩的:
    »It is good practice to supply a written report to the buyer.
    向买主提供书面报告是诚信的做法。
    »She was a good Catholic girl.
    她是个虔诚的天主教徒。
    ›› KIND 善良 9. good (to sb) | good (of sb) (to do sth) willing to help; showing kindness to other people • 助人为乐的;心地善良的;好心的:
    »He was very good to me when I was ill.
    我生病时他对我关怀备至。
    »It was very good of you to come.
    你能来真是太好了。
    »I had to take a week off work but my colleagues were very good about it.
    我得请一周的假,同事们对此非常谅解。
    ›› CHILD 孩子 10. behaving well or politely • 温顺的;乖的;有礼貌的:
    »You can stay up late if youˈre good.
    你要是听话就可以晚一点睡觉。
    »Get dressed now, thereˈs a good girl.
    现在把衣服穿好,乖孩子。
    ›› HEALTHY 健康 11. healthy or strong • 健康的;强健的;健壮的:
    »Can you speak into my good ear?
    对着我这只没毛病的耳朵说好吗?
    »I donˈt feel too good today.
    我今天感觉不太舒服。
    »ˈHow are you?ˈ ˈIˈm good.ˈ (= used as a general reply to a greeting)
    "你好吗?" "我很好。"
    ›› USEFUL / HELPFUL 有用;有益 12. good (for sb / sth) having a useful or helpful effect on sb / sth • (对…)有用,有好处:
    »Too much sun isnˈt good for you.
    晒太阳太多对你并没有好处。
    »Itˈs probably good for you to get some criticism now and then.
    偶尔受点批评或许对你还有好处。
    »(informal) Shut your mouth, if you know whatˈs good for you (= used as a threat).
    你不想找麻烦就把嘴闭上。
    13. no good doing sth | no good to sb not having a useful or helpful effect • 没有用处(或益处):
    »Itˈs no good complaining—they never listen.
    抱怨毫无用处——他们根本不听。
    »This book is no good to me: I need the new edition.
    这本书对我没用,我需要新版本的。
    ›› SUITABLE 合适 14. good (for sth / to do sth) | good (for sb) suitable or appropriate • 合适的;适宜的;恰当的;适合…的:
    »Now is a good time to buy a house.
    现在买房子正是时候。
    »She would be good for the job.
    她干这工作很合适。
    »Can we change our meeting—Monday isnˈt good (= convenient) for me.
    我们把见面时间改改吧——星期一我不方便。
    ›› SHOWING APPROVAL 表示赞同 15. (informal) used to show that you approve of or are pleased about sth that has been said or done, or to show that you want to move on to a new topic of conversation • (表示赞同、满意或转向新的话题):
    »ˈDinnerˈs ready.ˈ ˈGood—Iˈm starving.ˈ
    "晚饭好了。" "太好了——我正饿着呢。"
    »ˈI got the job.ˈ ˈOh, good.ˈ
    "我得到这工作了。" "啊,太好了。"
    »Good, I think weˈve come to a decision.
    好的,我们就这样决定吧。
    16. [only before noun] (informal) used as a form of praise • (用作赞语):
    »Good old Jack!
    好心的杰克!
    »ˈIˈve ordered some drinks.ˈ ˈGood man!ˈ
    "我叫了些饮料。" "真是好人!"
    ›› IN EXCLAMATIONS 感叹 17. (informal) used in exclamations • (用于感叹句):
    »Good heavens!
    天啊!
    »Good God!
    上帝呀!
    ›› LARGE 大 18. [only before noun] great in number, amount or degree • (数量或程度)相当大的,相当多的:
    »a good many people
    »The kitchen is a good size.
    这厨房相当大。
    »We spent a good while (= quite a long time) looking for the house.
    我们花了好长时间找这房子。
    »He devoted a good deal of (= a lot of) attention to the problem.
    他在这个问题上花了相当多的精力。
    »Thereˈs a good chance (= it is likely) that I wonˈt be here next year.
    我明年很可能不在这儿。
    ›› AT LEAST 至少 19. not less than; rather more than • 不少于;稍多于:
    »We waited for a good hour.
    我们等了整整一小时。
    »Itˈs a good three miles to the station.
    到车站至少有三英里。
    ›› THOROUGH 彻底 20. [only before noun] thorough; complete • 彻底的;完全的:
    »We had a good laugh about it afterwards.
    我们后来对此笑了个痛快。
    »Youˈll feel better after a good sleep.
    好好睡上一觉你会感觉好些。
    ›› AMUSING 有趣 21. [usually before noun] amusing • 有趣的;逗笑的:
    »a good story / joke
    有趣的故事/笑话
    »(informal) Thatˈs a good one!
    真有意思!
    ›› FOR PARTICULAR TIME / DISTANCE 特定的时间/距离 22. good for sth having enough energy, health, strength, etc. to last for a particular length of time or distance • (精力、健康、力量等)足以维持…的,能持续…的:
    »Youˈre good for (= you will live) a few years yet.
    你还可以活上几年。
    23. good for sth valid for sth • 有效的:
    »The ticket is good for three months.
    这张票三个月内有效。
    ›› LIKELY TO PROVIDE 很可能 24. good for sth likely to provide sth • 能提供…的:
    »Heˈs always good for a laugh.
    他总能逗人发笑。
    »Bobby should be good for a few drinks.
    博比喝上几杯应该是没问题的。
    【IDIOMS】Most idioms containing good are at the entries for the nouns and verbs in the idioms, for example (as) good as gold is at gold. • 大多数含 good 的习语,都可在该等习语中的名词及动词相关词条找到,如 (as) good as gold 在词条 gold 下。 as ˈgood as • very nearly • 与…几乎一样;几乎;简直是:
    »The matter is as good as settled.
    这事实际上可以说解决了。
    »He as good as called me a coward (= suggested that I was a coward without actually using the word ˈcowardˈ).
    他就差说我是懦夫了。
    as ˌgood as it ˈgets • used when you are saying that a situation is not going to get any better • (形势)不会有什么好转,还是老样子 good and... •(informal) completely • 完全;彻底:
    »I wonˈt go until Iˈm good and ready.
    我要完全准备就绪后才走。
    a good ˈfew • several • 好几个;一些:
    »There are still a good few empty seats.
    还有好几个空座位。
    ˌgood for ˈyou, ˈsb, ˈthem, etc. • ( AustralE good ˈon you, etc.) (informal) used to praise sb for doing sth well • (称赞某人)真行,真棒:
    »ˈI passed first time.ˈ ˈGood for you!ˈ
    "我第一次就过了。" "你真行!"
    noun --› see also goods ›› MORALLY RIGHT 合乎道德 1. behaviour that is morally right or acceptable • 合乎道德的行为;正直的行为;善行:
    »the difference between good and evil
    »Is religion always a force for good?
    宗教一向是诲人行善的力量吗?
    2. the good [pl.] people who live a moral life; people who are admired for the work they do to help other people • 有道德的人;高尚的人;好人:
    »a gathering of the great and the good
    ›› STH HELPFUL 益处 3. [U] something that helps sb / sth • 用处;好处;益处:
    »Cuts have been made for the good of the company.
    实行裁减是为了公司的利益。
    »Iˈm only telling you this for your own good.
    我把这事告诉你只是为你好。
    »Whatˈs the good of (= how does it help you) earning all that money if you donˈt have time to enjoy it?
    要是没时间去享受,赚这么多钱有什么用?
    »What good is it redecorating if youˈre thinking of moving?
    如果你打算搬走,那重新装饰有什么用呢?
    --› see also [u]do-gooder
    ˌall to the ˈgood • used to say that if sth happens, it will be good, even if it is not exactly what you were expecting • 不失为好事:
    »If these measures also reduce unemployment, that is all to the good.
    要是这些措施也能减低失业率,那就不失为好事。
    be no ˈgood | not be any / much ˈgood 1. to not be useful; to have no useful effect • 没(或没什么、没多大)用处(或好处):
    »This gadget isnˈt much good.
    这小玩意儿没多大用处。
    »Itˈs no good trying to talk me out of leaving.
    想说服我不离开,没用。
    »Was his advice ever any good?
    他的建议有过用处吗?
    2. to not be interesting or enjoyable • 没(或没什么、没多大)乐趣:
    »His latest film isnˈt much good.
    他最近拍摄的影片没多大意思。
    do ˈgood | do sb ˈgood • to have a useful effect; to help sb • (对某人)有好处,有用处,有益:
    »Do you think these latest changes will do any good?
    你认为最近这些变化有什么作用吗?
    »Donˈt you think talking to her would do some good?
    你不觉得和她谈一谈会有用吗?
    »Iˈm sure a few days off would do you a power of good (= improve your health).
    休息几天肯定对你的身体大有好处。
    for ˈgood ( BrE also for ˌgood and ˈall) • permanently • 永远;永久:
    »This time sheˈs leaving for good (= she will never return).
    她这次走是再也不会回来了。
    to the ˈgood • used to say that sb now has a particular amount of money that they did not have before • 净赚;盈余:
    »We are £500 to the good.
    我们净赚 500 英镑。
    up to no ˈgood •(informal) doing sth wrong or dishonest • 做坏事;做不光彩的事:
    »Those kids are always up to no good.
    那些孩子尽会恶作剧。
    --› more at ill adj., power n., world adv. • ( especially NAmE, informal) well • 好:
    »ˈHowˈs it going?ˈ ˈPretty good.ˈ
    "事情进展如何?" "非常好。"
    »(non-standard) Now, you listen to me good!
    喂,好好听我说!
    * * *
    [gud]
    n. 好, 好事, 慷慨的行為, 好處, 利益
    adj. 優良的, 上等的, 虔誠的, 愉快的, 慈善的, 好心的, 有益的

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  • 8 embryo

    embryo em∙bryo noun (pl. -os) • a young animal or plant in the very early stages of development before birth, or before coming out of its egg or seed, especially a human egg in the first three weeks after fertilization • 胚;胚胎;(尤指受孕后八周内的)人类胚胎:
    »human embryos
    »(figurative) the embryo of an idea
    »an embryo politician (= six who is not yet very experienced)
    【IDIOMS】 in embryo • existing but not yet fully developed • 在胚胎阶段;在萌芽时期;尚未成熟:
    »The idea already existed in embryo in his earlier novels.
    这个想法在他早期的小说中已初见端倪。
    * * *
    ['embriәu]
    n. 胚胎, 胎兒, 胚芽
    adj. 胚胎的, 初期的

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  • 9 world

    world world noun ›› THE EARTH / ITS PEOPLE 地球;地球人 1. the world [sing.] the earth, with all its countries, peoples and natural features • 世界;地球;天下:
    »to sail around the world
    »travelling (all over) the world
    »a map of the world
    »French is spoken in many parts of the world.
    世界上许多地方都说法语。
    »Which is the largest city in the world ?
    世界上最大的城市是哪个?
    »Heˈs the worldˈs highest paid entertainer.
    他是世界上薪金最高的演艺人。
    »a meeting of world leaders
    »campaigning for world peace
    2. [C, usually sing.] a particular part of the earth; a particular group of countries or people; a particular period of history and the people of that period • 某地域(或民族、历史时期等)的人类社会;世界:
    »the Arab world
    »the English-speaking world
    »the industrialized and developing worlds
    »the ancient / modern world
    古代/现代社会
    --› see also First World, New World, Old World, Third World ›› ANOTHER PLANET 另一颗行星 3. a planet like the earth • (像地球的)星球,天体:
    »There may be other worlds out there.
    那里可能有其他星球。
    ›› TYPE OF LIFE 生命 4. the people or things belonging to a particular group or connected with a particular interest, job, etc. • 按性质(或职业等)划分的类别;界;界别:
    »the animal / plant / insect world
    动物/植物/昆虫界
    »the world of fashion
    »stars from the sporting and artistic worlds
    5. [usually sing.] (usually used with an adjective 通常与形容词连用) everything that exists of a particular kind; a particular kind of life or existence • 某领域的一切事物;自然界:
    »the natural world (= animals, plants, minerals, etc.)
    »They are a couple in the real world as well as in the movie.
    他们在电影和现实生活中都是一对夫妇。
    »The island is a world of brilliant colours and dramatic sunsets.
    这个岛是个绚丽多彩,晚霞娇妍的世界。
    »They had little contact with the outside world (= people and places that were not part of their normal life).
    他们与外界没有什么联系。
    ›› PERSONˈS LIFE 人生 6. [sing.] a personˈs environment, experiences, friends and family, etc. • 生活环境;阅历;生活圈子:
    »Parents are the most important people in a childˈs world.
    父母在儿童的天地里是最重要的人。
    »When his wife died, his entire world was turned upside down.
    他妻子死后,他的整个生活变得一塌糊涂。
    ›› SOCIETY 社会 7. [sing.] our society and the way people live and behave; the people in the world • 社会;世情;世故;世人:
    »We live in a rapidly changing world.
    我们生活在瞬息万变的社会里。
    »Heˈs too young to understand the ways of the world.
    他还太年轻,不懂得处世之道。
    »The whole world was waiting for news of the astronauts.
    全世界的人都在等待宇航员的消息。
    »She felt that the world was against her.
    她觉得整个世界都在与她作对。
    »The eyes of the world are on the President.
    世人的眼睛都在盯着总统。
    8. the world [sing.] a way of life where possessions and physical pleasures are important, rather than spiritual values • 尘世;世俗;世事;世情:
    »monks and nuns renouncing the world
    --› see also olde worlde, old-world ›› HUMAN EXISTENCE 人类的生存 9. [sing.] the state of human existence • 人世;今世;来世:
    »this world and the next (= life on earth and existence after death)
    【IDIOMS】 be ˌall the ˈworld to sb • to be loved by and very important to sb • 是…的最喜爱的人(或事物);对…非常重要;是…的一切 the best of ˈboth / ˈall possible worlds • the benefits of two or more completely different situations that you can enjoy at the same time • 两全其美;两头受益;旱涝保收:
    »If you enjoy the coast and the country, youˈll get the best of both worlds on this walk.
    你要是喜欢海滨和乡村,那么这次散步你会一举两得。
    be ˈworlds apart • to be completely different in attitudes, opinions, etc. • (在态度、看法等方面)有天壤之别,截然不同 come / go ˈdown / ˈup in the world • to become less / more important or successful in society • 落泊;衰落;倒运;飞黄腾达;发迹;兴盛 come into the ˈworld •(literary) to be born • 出生;降生人间 do sb / sth the ˈworld of good • to make sb feel much better; to improve sth • 使…感到好得多;对…大有好处;改善:
    »A change of job would do you the world of good.
    换一下工作会对你大有好处。
    for all the world as if / though... | for all the world like sb / sth •(formal) exactly as if...; exactly like sb / sth • 简直像是;恰似:
    »She behaved for all the world as if nothing unusual had happened.
    看她的表现就像根本没有发生过什么大事似的。
    »He looked for all the world like a schoolboy caught stealing apples.
    他那个样子简直就像偷苹果时被当场抓住的小学生。
    have the world at your ˈfeet • to be very successful and admired • 功成名就;为世人仰慕 how, why, etc. in the ˈworld • (informal) used to emphasize sth and to show that you are surprised or annoyed • (用于强调,表示惊讶或不悦)到底,究竟:
    »What in the world did they think they were doing?
    他们到底认为自己在做什么?
    in an ideal / a perfect ˈworld • used to say that sth is what you would like to happen or what should happen, but you know it cannot • 在理想状态下:
    »In an ideal world we would be recycling and reusing everything.
    我们要是能回收并再利用所有的东西就再理想不过了。
    in the ˈworld • used to emphasize what you are saying • (加强语气)世界上,天下,根本,到底:
    »Thereˈs nothing in the world Iˈd like more than to visit New York.
    访问纽约是我最想做的事。
    »Donˈt rush—weˈve got all the time in the world.
    别急急忙忙的,我们有的是时间。
    »You look as if you havenˈt got a care in the world !
    你看上去好像一丝牵挂都没有!
    (be / live) in a world of your ˈown • if you are in a world of your own, you are so concerned with your own thoughts that you do not notice what is happening around you • (生活)在自己的小天地里 a man / woman of the ˈworld • a person with a lot of experience of life, who is not easily surprised or shocked • 生活阅历丰富的人;老成持重的人 not for (all) the ˈworld • used to say that you would never do sth • 决不:
    »I wouldnˈt hurt you for the world.
    我绝不会伤害你。
    the... of this world • (informal) used to refer to people of a particular type • …这类人:
    »We all envy the Bill Gateses of this world (= the people who are as rich and successful as Bill Gates).
    我们大家都羡慕比尔 · 盖茨这样的人。
    ˌout of this ˈworld • (informal) used to emphasize how good, beautiful, etc. sth is • 好(或美等)得不得了;非凡;呱呱叫:
    »The meal was out of this world.
    这顿饭简直是没治了。
    see the ˈworld • to travel widely and gain wide experience • 见多识广;见世面 set / put the world to ˈrights • to talk about how the world could be changed to be a better place • 谈论如何使世界变得更好:
    »We stayed up all night, setting the world to rights.
    我们一夜没睡,谈论着如何拯救世界。
    set the ˈworld on fire ( BrE also set the ˈworld alight) (informal) (usually used in negative sentences 通常用于否定句) • to be very successful and gain the admiration of other people • 大获成功;引起轰动:
    »Heˈs never going to set the world on fire with his paintings.
    他的绘画永远不会引起轰动。
    what is the world ˈcoming to? • used to express disapproval, surprise or shock, especially at changes in peopleˈs attitudes or behaviour • 这个世界要变成什么样子了;这世道是怎么了;太不像话:
    »When I listen to the news these days, I sometimes wonder what the world is coming to.
    我近来收听新闻时,有时纳闷这成了什么世道了。
    (all) the ˌworld and his ˈwife ( BrE, informal, humorous) • everyone; a large number of people • 人人;许多人 a ˈworld away (from sth) • used to emphasize how different two things are • (和…)截然不同,有天壤之别:
    »His new luxury mansion was a world away from the tiny house where he was born.
    他那座新的豪宅与他出生的小屋完全不能相比。
    the ˌworld is your ˈoyster • there is no limit to the opportunities open to you • 世界是属于你的;你的前途无量 a / the ˈworld of difference • (informal) used to emphasize how much difference there is between two things • 完全不同;是两码事:
    »Thereˈs a world of difference between liking someone and loving them.
    喜欢一个人和爱一个人完全不是一回事。
    the (whole) world ˈover • everywhere in the world • 世界各地;全世界:
    »People are basically the same the world over.
    世界各地的人基本上都一样。
    --› more at brave adj., dead adj., end n., lost, promise v., small adj., top n., watch v., way n., will n., worst n.
    * * *
    [wә:ld]
    n. 世界,...界, 世事, 世故, 社會
    adj. 世界的

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  • 10 one

    one one det. number 1. the number 1 • 一:
    »Do you want one or two?
    你要一个还是两个?
    »Thereˈs only room for one person.
    只有一个人的空间。
    »One more, please!
    请再来一个!
    »a one-bedroomed apartment
    »Iˈll see you at one (= one oˈclock).
    我一点钟见你。
    2. used in formal language or for emphasis before hundred, thousand, etc., or before a unit of measurement • (正式用语或表强调,用在 hundred、thousand 等或度量单位之前)一:
    »It cost one hundred and fifty pounds.
    那东西花了一百五十英镑。
    »He lost by less than one second.
    他以不到一秒钟的差距输了比赛。
    3. used for emphasis to mean ˈa singleˈ or ˈjust oneˈ • (表强调)单独一个,仅仅一个:
    »Thereˈs only one thing we can do.
    我们能做的只有一件事。
    4. a person or thing, especially when they are part of a group • (尤指一组中的)一个人,一件事物:
    »One of my friends lives in Brighton.
    我的一个朋友住在布莱顿。
    »One place Iˈd really like to visit is Bali.
    我真正想去看的一个地方就是巴厘岛。
    5. used for emphasis to mean ˈthe only oneˈ or ˈthe most important oneˈ • (表强调)唯一的一个,最重要的一个:
    »Heˈs the one person I can trust.
    他是我唯一可以信赖的人。
    »Her one concern was for the health of her baby.
    她唯一操心的就是孩子的健康。
    »Itˈs the one thing I canˈt stand about him.
    这是我最不能容忍他的一件事。
    6. used when you are talking about a time in the past or the future, without actually saying which one • (用于一般地谈论过去或将来的某个时间):
    »I saw her one afternoon last week.
    我在上周的一个下午见到了她。
    »One day (= at some time in the future) youˈll understand.
    总有一天你会明白的。
    7. the same • 同一个:
    »They all went off in one direction.
    他们都朝同一个方向走了。
    8. (informal, especially NAmE) used for emphasis instead of a or an • (代替 a 或 an,表示强调):
    »That was one hell of a game!
    那一场比赛简直一塌糊涂!
    »Sheˈs one snappy dresser.
    她的穿着很入时。
    9. used with a personˈs name to show that the speaker does not know the person • (与人名连用,表示说话人不认识的人)某一个 【SYN】 a certain:
    »He worked as an assistant to one Mr Ming.
    他给一位明先生当助手。
    【IDIOMS】 as ˈone •(formal) in agreement; all together • 一致;一齐:
    »We spoke as one on this matter.
    在这个问题上我们口径一致。
    (be) at ˈone (with sb / sth) •(formal) to feel that you completely agree with sb / sth, or that you are part of sth • 完全一致;是…的一部份:
    »a place where you can feel at one with nature
    for ˈone • used to emphasize that a particular person does sth and that you believe other people do too • 就是其中之一(表达意见时用以加强语气):
    »I, for one, would prefer to postpone the meeting.
    主张推迟会期的,我就是一个。
    get sth in ˈone • to understand or guess sth immediately • 立即明白(或猜到) get one ˈover (on) sb / sth •(informal) to get an advantage over sb / sth • 占上风;胜过;占优势:
    »Iˈm not going to let them get one over on me!
    我决不让他们胜过我!
    go one ˈbetter (than sb / sth) • to do sth better than sb else or than you have done before • 胜人一筹;(比自己过去)做得更好 【SYN】 outdo:
    »She did well this year and next year she hopes to go one better.
    今年她干得不错,她希望明年更上一层楼。
    in ˈone • used to say that sb / sth has different roles, contains different things or is used for different purposes • 集于一身(或一体);多功能;多用途:
    »Sheˈs a mother and company director in one.
    她既是母亲又是公司董事。
    »Itˈs a public relations office, a press office and a private office all in one.
    那儿既是公关办公室,也是新闻办公室,又是私人办公室:三位一体。
    --› see also all-in-one ˌone after aˈnother / the ˈother • first one person or thing, and then another, and then another, up to any number or amount • 一个接一个地;陆续地;络绎不绝地:
    »The bills kept coming in, one after another.
    账单纷至沓来。
    ˌone and ˈall •(old-fashioned, informal) everyone • 各位;大家;每个人:
    »Happy New Year to one and all!
    祝各位新年快乐!
    ˌone and ˈonly • used to emphasize that sb is famous • 绝无仅有的;唯一的;有名的:
    »Here he is, the one and only Van Morrison!
    他来了,这盖世无双的范 · 莫里森!
    ˌone and the ˈsame • used for emphasis to mean ˈthe sameˈ • (表示强调)同一个:
    »I never realized Ruth Rendell and Barbara Vine were one and the same (= the same person using two different names).
    我从未意识到鲁思 · 兰德尔和芭芭拉 · 瓦因原来是同一个人。
    ˌone by ˈone • separately and in order • 逐个地;逐一地:
    »I went through the items on the list one by one.
    我逐条看了清单上的条目。
    ˌone or ˈtwo • a few • 一些;一二:
    »Weˈve had one or two problems—nothing serious.
    我们有一些问题,不过没什么大不了的。
    ˌone ˈup (on sb) • having an advantage over sb • 略胜一筹;强过别人 when youˈve seen, heard, etc. ˈone, youˈve seen, heard, etc. them ˈall • (saying) used to say that all types of the things mentioned are very similar • 所有的…都大同小异;知其一便知其全部:
    »I donˈt like science fiction novels much. When youˈve read one, youˈve read them all.
    我不太喜欢科幻小说。读过一本,就知道其他的内容了。
    --› more at all pron., minority, square n. pron. 1. used to avoid repeating a noun, when you are referring to sb / sth that has already been mentioned, or that the person you are speaking to knows about • (用来避免重复已提过的或是听者已知的事物的名称):
    »Iˈd like an ice cream. Are you having one, too?
    我想买份冰淇淋,你也要一份吗?
    »Our carˈs always breaking down. But weˈre getting a new one soon.
    我们的汽车老出毛病。但我们快要买新的了。
    »She was wearing her new dress, the red one.
    她穿着她的新衣服,那件红的。
    »My favourite band? Oh, thatˈs a hard one (= a hard question).
    我最喜爱的乐队?哦,这可就难说了。
    »What made you choose the one rather than the other?
    你怎么选了这个而不是那个?
    你看那边那些怎么样?
    2. used when you are identifying the person or thing you are talking about • (用于辨别所谈的人或事):
    »Our house is the one next to the school.
    我家的房子就是学校旁边的那座。
    »The students who are most successful are usually the ones who come to all the classes.
    成绩最好的学生往往是出全勤的那些。
    3. one of a person or thing belonging to a particular group • 其中的一个人(或事物):
    »Itˈs a present for one of my children.
    这是送给我的一个孩子的礼物。
    »We think of you as one of the family.
    我们把你看作家中的一员。
    4. one (to do sth) a person of the type mentioned • (某类人中的)一个:
    »10 oˈclock is too late for the little ones.
    十点钟对那些小家伙来说就太晚了。
    »He ached to be home with his loved ones.
    他渴望着回家与亲人团聚。
    »She was never one to criticize.
    她是个从不爱批评人的人。
    5. (formal) used to mean ˈpeople in generalˈ or ˈIˈ, when the speaker is referring to himself or herself • 人们;本人:
    »One should never criticize if one is not sure of oneˈs facts.
    一个人如果对自己掌握的事实没有把握,就绝不该随便批评。
    »One gets the impression that they disapprove.
    本人的印象是,他们不赞成。
    【HELP】This use of one is very formal and now sounds old-fashioned. It is much more usual to use you for ˈpeople in generalˈ and I when you are talking about yourself. • * one 的这一用法颇为正式,现在听起来过时了。现在更常用 you 指一般人,用 I 指自己。 6. a ˈone (old-fashioned, especially BrE) a person whose behaviour is amusing or surprising • (举止)有趣的人,令人惊奇的人:
    »Oh, you are a one!
    哈!你这个活宝!
    7. the one about sth the joke • 玩笑;笑话:
    »Have you heard the one about the Englishman, the Irishman and the Scotsman?
    你听没听过那个关于英格兰人、爱尔兰人和苏格兰人的笑话?
    be (a) one for (doing) sth • to be a person who enjoys sth, or who does sth often or well • 乐于(或长于)做某事的人:
    »Iˈve never been a great one for fish and chips.
    我从来不是个好吃炸鱼和薯条的人。
    * * *
    [wʌn]
    pron. 一個人, 任何人, 一方
    num. 一, 一個
    adj. 一方的, 某一, 同樣的

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    through through prep. 【HELP】For the special uses of through in phrasal verbs, look at the entries for the verbs. For example get through sth is in the phrasal verb section at get. • * through 在短语动词中的特殊用法见有关动词词条。如 get through sth 在词条 get 的短语动词部份。 1. from one end or side of sth / sb to the other • 从…一端至另一端;穿过;贯穿:
    »The burglar got in through the window.
    盗贼是从窗户进来的。
    »The bullet went straight through him.
    子弹从他身上穿了过去。
    »Her knees had gone through (= made holes in) her jeans.
    她的膝盖把牛仔裤磨破了。
    »The sand ran through (= between) my fingers.
    沙子从我的手指缝间漏了下去。
    »The path led through the trees to the river.
    这条小路穿过树林通向河边。
    »The doctor pushed his way through the crowd.
    医生挤过人群。
    »The Charles River flows through Boston.
    查尔斯河流经波士顿。
    2. see, hear, etc. through sth to see, hear, etc. sth from the other side of an object or a substance • 透过…看到;隔着…听到:
    »I couldnˈt hear their conversation through the wall.
    我隔墙听不到他们的交谈。
    »He could just make out three people through the mist.
    透过薄雾他勉强能看出有三个人。
    3. from the beginning to the end of an activity, a situation or a period of time • 自始至终;从头到尾:
    »The children are too young to sit through a concert.
    这些孩子太小,音乐会没完就坐不住了。
    »He will not live through the night.
    他活不过今天夜里了。
    »Iˈm halfway through (= reading) her second novel.
    她的第二部小说我看了一半了。
    4. past a barrier, stage or test • 通过(障碍、阶段或测试);穿过:
    »Go through this gate, and youˈll see the house on your left.
    你穿过这道大门,就看到左面的房子了。
    »He drove through a red light (= passed it when he should have stopped).
    他开车闯了红灯。
    »First I have to get through the exams.
    首先我必须通过这些考试。
    »The bill had a difficult passage through Parliament.
    这项提案费了一番周折才在议会上通过。
    »Iˈd never have got through it all (= a difficult situation) without you.
    假如没有您,我是绝对渡不过这个难关的。
    5. (also informal thru) (both NAmE) until, and including • 直至,一直到(所指时间包括在内):
    »Weˈll be in New York Tuesday through Friday.
    我们从星期二到星期五将一直待在纽约。
    --› note at inclusive 6. by means of; because of • 以;凭藉;因为;由于:
    »You can only achieve success through hard work.
    你得孜孜不倦方能成功。
    »It was through him (= as a result of his help) that I got the job.
    我全靠他的帮助才找到这份工作。
    »The accident happened through no fault of mine.
    发生事故并不是我的过错。
    adv. 【HELP】For the special uses of through in phrasal verbs, look at the entries for the verbs. For example carry sth through is in the phrasal verb section at carry. • * through 在短语动词中的特殊用法见有关动词词条。如 carry sth through 在词条 carry 的短语动词部份。 1. from one end or side of sth to the other • 从一端到另一端;通过:
    »Put the coffee in the filter and let the water run through.
    把咖啡放入过滤器里让水流过。
    »The tyreˈs flat—the nail has gone right through.
    轮胎瘪了,让钉子扎穿了。
    »The onlookers stood aside to let the paramedics through.
    围观的人闪开一条路,让医务辅助人员通过。
    »The flood was too deep to drive through.
    洪水太深,汽车开不过去。
    2. from the beginning to the end of a thing or period of time • 自始至终;从头至尾:
    »Donˈt tell me how it ends—I havenˈt read it all the way through yet.
    先别告诉我书的结尾,我还没有看完呢。
    »I expect Iˈll struggle through until payday.
    我想我会捱到发薪日的。
    3. past a barrier, stage or test • 通过(障碍、阶段或测试):
    »The lights were red but he drove straight through.
    红灯亮着,但他开车闯了过去。
    »Our team is through to (= has reached) the semi-finals.
    我们队打进了半决赛。
    4. travelling through a place without stopping or without people having to get off one train and onto another • 直达;迳直:
    »ˈDid you stop in Oxford on the way?ˈ ˈNo, we drove straight through.ˈ
    "你路经牛津时停车了吗?" "没有,我一直开过来的。"
    »This train goes straight through to York.
    这列火车直达约克。
    5. connected by telephone • (电话)接通着:
    »Ask to be put through to me personally.
    请接线员把电话直接接给我本人。
    »I tried to call you but I couldnˈt get through.
    我给你打电话了,可是怎么也打不通。
    6. used after an adjective to mean ˈcompletelyˈ • (用于形容词后)完全,彻底:
    »We got wet through.
    我们浑身上下都湿透了。
    【IDIOMS】 ˌthrough and ˈthrough • completely; in every way • 完全;彻底;地地道道;彻头彻尾:
    »Heˈs British through and through.
    他是地地道道的英国人。
    adj. 1. [only before noun] through traffic travels from one side of a place to the other without stopping • (交通旅行)直达的,直通的,联运的,全程的 2. [only before noun] a through train takes you to the final place you want to get to and you do not have to get off and get on another train • (火车)直达的,直通的 3. [only before noun] a through road or route is open at both ends and allows traffic to travel from one end to the other • (道路或路线)直通的:
    »The village lies on a busy through road.
    那村庄坐落在一条繁忙的直达公路上。
    »No through road (= the road is closed at one end).
    此路不通。
    4. [not before noun] through (with sth / sb) ( especially NAmE) used to show that you have finished using sth or have ended a relationship with sb • (使用)完成,结束;(关系)了结,断绝:
    »Are you through with that newspaper?
    你看完那份报纸了吗?
    »Todd and I are through.
    托德和我吹了。
    * * *
    [θru:]
    prep.
    穿過, 通過, 從開始到結束, 經由, 以
    adv. 從頭到尾, 自始至終, 直達地, 徹底, 完全
    adj. 直達的, 直通的

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