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The Challengers

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  • 4 challengers for the world chess title

    pretendenti uz pasaules šaha čempiona titulu

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  • 12 претендент

    (на что-л.) pretender (to), claimant (to/upon), aspirant (to), candidate( for) ;
    contender( for), challenger( for) спорт отсутствие претендента ≈ (на собственность, наследство или наследственный титул) abeyance юр.
    м. claimant (to) ;
    спорт. contender (for) ;
    ~ы на звание чемпиона the challengers for a champion title.

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > претендент

  • 13 sneer

    1. verb
    1) (to raise the top lip at one side in a kind of smile that expresses scorn: What are you sneering for?) sonreír burlonamente/con socarronería
    2) ((with at) to show contempt for (something) by such an expression or by scornful words etc: He sneered at our attempts to improve the situation.) desdeñar, despreciar, burlarse
    3) (to say with contempt: `You haven't a chance of getting that job,' he sneered.) decir con desprecio

    2. noun
    (a scornful expression, words etc that express contempt.) sonrisa burlona/socarrona/sarcástica
    sneer vb hacer una mueca de desprecio
    1 (look) cara de desprecio; (smile) sonrisa burlona, sonrisa socarrona
    2 (remark) comentario desdeñoso, comentario despreciativo
    1 (mock) burlarse (at, de), mofarse (at, de); (scorn) desdeñar, despreciar
    sneer ['snɪr] vi
    : sonreír con desprecio
    : sonrisa f de desprecio
    expresión de burla y desprecio s.f.
    rictus s.m.
    chufletear v.
    hacer un gesto de burla y desprecio v.

    I snɪr, snɪə(r)
    intransitive verb adoptar un aire despectivo

    to sneer AT somebody/something: he sneered at his challengers miró desdeñosamente a sus contrincantes; she sneered at my attempts — se burló de mis intentos

    a) ( expression) expresión f desdeñosa
    b) ( remark) comentario m desdeñoso or despectivo, burla f
    N (=expression) cara f de desprecio; (=remark) comentario m desdeñoso

    the book is full of sneers about... — el libro se mofa constantemente de...

    VI hablar con desprecio, hablar con desdén

    to sneer at sb/sth — (=laugh) mofarse de algn/algo; (=scorn) despreciar a algn/algo

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    I [snɪr, snɪə(r)]
    intransitive verb adoptar un aire despectivo

    to sneer AT somebody/something: he sneered at his challengers miró desdeñosamente a sus contrincantes; she sneered at my attempts — se burló de mis intentos

    a) ( expression) expresión f desdeñosa
    b) ( remark) comentario m desdeñoso or despectivo, burla f

    English-spanish dictionary > sneer

  • 14 Titelanwärter

    Mannschaft, die als Mitfavorit eines Wettbewerbs gilt.
    A team that is considered to have a strong chance of winning a competition.

    German-english football dictionary > Titelanwärter

  • 15 Titelaspirant

    Mannschaft, die als Mitfavorit eines Wettbewerbs gilt.
    A team that is considered to have a strong chance of winning a competition.

    German-english football dictionary > Titelaspirant

  • 16 Titelkandidat

    Mannschaft, die als Mitfavorit eines Wettbewerbs gilt.
    A team that is considered to have a strong chance of winning a competition.

    German-english football dictionary > Titelkandidat

  • 17 handily

    handily hand∙ily adv. 1. in a way that is handy (= convenient) • 方便地;便利地:
    »Weˈre handily placed for the train station.
    2. ( especially NAmE) easily • 容易地;轻松地:
    »He handily defeated his challengers.
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    adv. 方便地

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  • 18 hold

    hold hold verb (held, held) ›› IN HAND / ARMS 手;双臂 1. [VN] to carry sth; to have sb / sth in your hand, arms, etc. • 拿着;抓住;抱住;托住;夹着:
    »She was holding a large box.
    »I held the mouse by its tail.
    »The girl held her fatherˈs hand tightly.
    »He was holding the baby in his arms.
    »The winning captain held the trophy in the air.
    »We were holding hands (= holding each otherˈs hands).
    »The lovers held each other close.
    2. [VN] to put your hand on part of your body, usually because it hurts • 抱住,捂住,按住(受伤的身体部位等):
    »She groaned and held her head.
    ›› IN POSITION 位置 3. [usually +adv. / prep.] to keep sb / sth in a particular position • 使保持(在某位置): ▪ [VN]
    »Hold your head up.
    »Hold this position for a count of 10.
    保持这个姿势别动,数到 10。
    »The wood is held in position by a clamp.
    »I had to hold my stomach in (= pull the muscles flat) to zip up my jeans.
    ▪ [VN-ADJ]
    »Iˈll hold the door open for you.
    ›› SUPPORT 支撑 4. [VN] to support the weight of sb / sth • 支撑…的重量:
    »I donˈt think that branch will hold your weight.
    ›› CONTAIN 容纳;包含 5. [VN] to have enough space for sth / sb; to contain sth / sb • 容纳;包含:
    »This barrel holds 25 litres.
    这只桶能盛 25 升。
    »The plane holds about 300 passengers.
    这架飞机可容纳大约 300 名乘客。
    ›› SB PRISONER 监禁 6. to keep sb and not allow them to leave • 监禁;拘留: ▪ [VN]
    »Police are holding two men in connection with last Thursdayˈs bank raid.
    ▪ [VN-N]
    »He was held prisoner for two years.
    ›› CONTROL 控制 7. [VN] to defend sth against attack; to have control of sth • 守衞;控制:
    »The rebels held the radio station.
    ›› REMAIN 保持 8. [V] to remain strong and safe or in position • 顶住;坚持住;保持原位:
    »They were afraid the dam wouldnˈt hold.
    9. [V] to remain the same • 保持不变:
    »How long will the fine weather hold?
    »If their luck holds, they could still win the championship.
    ›› KEEP 使持续 10. [VN] to keep sbˈs attention or interest • 使(注意力或兴趣)持续不减;吸引住:
    »There wasnˈt much in the museum to hold my attention.
    11. [VN] to keep sth at the same level, rate, speed, etc. • 使保持同样程度(或比率、速度等):
    »Hold your speed at 70.
    保持 70 迈的速度。
    12. [VN] to keep sth so that it can be used later • 保存;存贮:
    »records held on computer
    »Our solicitor holds our wills.
    »We can hold your reservation for three days.
    ›› OWN 拥有 13. [VN] to own or have sth • 拥有;持有:
    »Employees hold 30% of the shares.
    雇员持有 30% 的股份。
    ›› JOB 工作 14. [VN] to have a particular job or position • 担任;任职:
    »How long has he held office?
    ›› RECORD / TITLE 纪录;称号 15. [VN] to have sth you have gained or achieved • 获得;赢得:
    »Who holds the world record for the long jump?
    »She held the title of world champion for three years.
    ›› OPINION 意见 16. [VN] to have a belief or an opinion about sb / sth • 怀有,持有(信念、意见):
    »He holds strange views on education.
    »She is held in high regard by her students (= they have a high opinion of her).
    »firmly-held beliefs
    17. (formal) to consider that sth is true • 认为;相信: ▪ [V that]
    »I still hold that the governmentˈs economic policies are mistaken.
    ▪ [VN-ADJ]
    »Parents will be held responsible for their childrenˈs behaviour.
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »These vases are held to be the finest examples of Greek art.
    【HELP】This pattern is usually used in the passive. • 此句型通常用于被动语态。 ›› MEETING 会议 18. [VN] [usually passive] to have a meeting, competition, conversation, etc. • 召开;举行;进行:
    »The meeting will be held in the community centre.
    »Itˈs impossible to hold a conversation with all this noise.
    ›› ROAD / COURSE 道路;路线 19. [VN] if a vehicle holds the road, it is in close contact with the road and easy to control, especially when driven fast • (尤指机动车高速时)平稳行驶 20. [VN] if a ship or an aircraft holds a course, it continues to move in a particular direction • (船或飞机)保持航线 ›› IN MUSIC 音乐 21. [VN] to make a note continue for a particular time • 延长,继续唱(某音符) ›› ON TELEPHONE 电话 22. to wait until you can speak to the person you have telephoned • (打电话时)等待,不挂断: ▪ [V]
    »That extension is busy right now. Can you hold?
    ▪ [VN]
    »She asked me to hold the line.
    ›› STOP 停止 23. [VN] used to tell sb to stop doing sth or not to do sth • 停下;不要做:
    »Hold your fire! (= donˈt shoot)
    »Hold the front page! (= donˈt print it until a particular piece of news is available)
    ( NAmE, informal)
    »Give me a hot dog, but hold the (= donˈt give me any) mustard.
    【IDIOMS】Most idioms containing hold are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example hold the fort is at fort. • 大多数含 hold 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 hold the fort 在词条 fort 下。 hold ˈgood • to be true • 正确;适用:
    »The same argument does not hold good in every case.
    ˈhold it • (informal) used to ask sb to wait, or not to move • 稍等;别动:
    »Hold it a second—I donˈt think everyoneˈs arrived yet.
    there is no ˈholding sb • a person cannot be prevented from doing sth • 阻拦不住某人:
    »Once she gets onto the subject of politics thereˈs no holding her.
    【PHR V】 ˌhold sth aˈgainst sb • to allow sth that sb has done to make you have a lower opinion of them • 因某人的所为而对其评价低:
    »I admit I made a mistake—but donˈt hold it against me.
    ˌhold sb / sth∽ˈback 1. to prevent sb / sth from moving forward or crossing sth • 拦阻;阻挡:
    »The police were unable to hold back the crowd.
    2. to prevent the progress or development of sb / sth • 妨碍进展:
    »Do you think that mixed-ability classes hold back the better students?
    ˌhold sth∽ˈback 1. to not tell sb sth they want or need to know • 不向(某人)透露情况;隐瞒:
    »to hold back information
    2. to stop yourself from expressing how you really feel • 抑制,控制(感情等);不露声色:
    »She just managed to hold back her anger.
    »He bravely held back his tears.
    ˌhold ˈback (from doing sth) | ˌhold sb ˈback (from doing sth) • to hesitate or to make sb hesitate to act or speak • (使)犹豫,踌躇:
    »She held back, not knowing how to break the terrible news.
    »I wanted to tell him the truth, but something held me back.
    ˌhold sb∽ˈdown 1. to prevent sb from moving, using force • 按住某人:
    »It took three men to hold him down.
    2. to prevent sb from having their freedom or rights • 剥夺某人的自由(或权利):
    »The people are held down by a repressive regime.
    ˌhold sth∽ˈdown 1. to keep sth at a low level • 使保持低水平:
    »The rate of inflation must be held down.
    2. [no passive] to keep a job for some time • 保住(工作、职位):
    »He was unable to hold down a job after his breakdown.
    3. [no passive] ( NAmE, informal) to limit sth, especially a noise • 限制(尤指噪音):
    »Hold it down, will you? Iˈm trying to sleep!
    ˌhold ˈforth • to speak for a long time about sth in a way that other people might find boring • 喋喋不休;大发议论 ˌhold sth∽ˈin • to not express how you really feel • 克制,忍住(真实感情):
    »to hold in your feelings / anger
    【OPP】 let sth out ˌhold ˈoff 1. (of rain or a storm 雨或风暴) to not start • 不开始;延迟:
    »The rain held off just long enough for us to have our picnic.
    2. to not do sth immediately • 推迟:
    »We could get a new computer now or hold off until prices are lower.
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »Could you hold off making your decision for a few days?
    ˌhold sb / sth∽ˈoff • to stop sb / sth defeating you • 战胜;克服:
    »She held off all the last-minute challengers and won the race in a new record time.
    ˌhold ˈon 1. (informal) used to tell sb to wait or stop • 等着;停住 【SYN】 wait:
    »Hold on a minute while I get my breath back.
    »Hold on! This isnˈt the right road.
    2. to survive in a difficult or dangerous situation • (在困境或危险中)坚持住,挺住:
    »They managed to hold on until help arrived.
    3. (informal) used on the telephone to ask sb to wait until they can talk to the person they want • (电话用语)别挂断,等一下:
    »Can you hold on? Iˈll see if heˈs here.
    ˌhold sth∽ˈon • to keep sth in position • 固定:
    »These nuts and bolts hold the wheels on.
    »The knob is only held on by sticky tape.
    ˌhold ˈon (to sth / sb) | ˌhold ˈonto sth / sb [no passive] • to keep holding sth / sb • 抓紧;不放开:
    »Hold on and donˈt let go until I say so.
    »He held onto the back of the chair to stop himself from falling.
    --› note at hold ˌhold ˈon to sth | ˌhold ˈonto sth 1. to keep sth that is an advantage for you; to not give or sell sth to sb else • 保住(优势);不送(或不卖)某物:
    »You should hold on to your oil shares.
    »She took an early lead in the race and held onto it for nine laps.
    2. to keep sth for sb else or for longer than usual • (替别人或更长时间地)保存某物:
    »Iˈll hold onto your mail for you until you get back.
    ˌhold ˈout 1. to last, especially in a difficult situation • 维持;坚持:
    »We can stay here for as long as our supplies hold out.
    2. to resist or survive in a dangerous or difficult situation • 抵抗;幸存:
    »The rebels held out in the mountains for several years.
    ˌhold ˈout sth • to offer a chance, hope or possibility of sth • 提供机会;给予希望;使有可能:
    »Doctors hold out little hope of her recovering.
    ˌhold sth∽ˈout • to put your hand or arms, or sth in your hand, towards sb, especially to give or offer sth • 伸出手(或胳膊);递出东西:
    »I held out my hand to steady her.
    »He held out the keys and I took them.
    ˌhold ˈout for sth [no passive] • to cause a delay in reaching an agreement because you hope you will gain sth • (为得到利益)拖延达成协议:
    »The union negotiators are holding out for a more generous pay settlement.
    ˌhold ˈout on sb (informal) • to refuse to tell or give sb sth • 拒绝告诉(或给予)某人 ˌhold sth∽ˈover [usually passive] 1. to not deal with sth immediately; to leave sth to be dealt with later • 搁置;推迟 【SYN】 postpone:
    »The matter was held over until the next meeting.
    2. to show a film / movie, play, etc. for longer than planned • 延长(电影、戏剧等)的上演期:
    »The movie proved so popular it was held over for another week.
    ˌhold sth ˈover sb • to use knowledge that you have about sb to threaten them or make them do what you want • 以某事要挟(或威逼)某人 ˈhold sb to sth 1. to make sb keep a promise • 要求某人遵守诺言 2. to stop an opposing team scoring more points, etc. than you • 压住对方;不让对方的(得分等)超过己方:
    »The league leaders were held to a 0–0 draw.
    联赛的决赛队伍被逼成了 0:0 的平局。
    ˌhold toˈgether | ˌhold sth ∽ toˈgether 1. to remain, or to keep sth, united • (使)保持团结:
    »A political party should hold together.
    »Itˈs the mother who usually holds the family together.
    2. (of an argument, a theory or a story 论点、理论或故事) to be logical or consistent • 合乎逻辑;连贯:
    »Their case doesnˈt hold together when you look at the evidence.
    --› compare hang together at hang v. 3. if a machine or an object holds together or sth holds it together, the different parts stay together so that it does not break • (机器、物品)完好无损 ˌhold ˈup • to remain strong and working effectively • 支持住;承受住;支撑得住:
    »Sheˈs holding up well under the pressure.
    ˌhold sb / sth∽ˈup [often passive] 1. to support sb / sth and stop them from falling • 搀扶;支撑;举起;抬起 2. to delay or block the movement or progress of sb / sth • 延迟;阻碍:
    »An accident is holding up traffic.
    »My application was held up by the postal strike.
    --› related noun hold-up (1) 3. to use or present sb / sth as an example • 举出(例子);提出(作为榜样):
    »Sheˈs always holding up her children as models of good behaviour.
    »His ideas were held up to ridicule.
    ˌhold up ˈsth • to steal from a bank, shop / store, etc. using a gun • 持枪抢劫(银行、商店等) --› related noun hold-up (2) ˈhold with sth [no passive] (used in negative sentences or in questions 用于否定句或疑问句) • to agree with sth • 同意;赞成 【SYN】 approve of:
    »I donˈt hold with the use of force.
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »They donˈt hold with letting children watch as much TV as they want.
    noun ›› WITH HAND 用手 1. [sing., U] the action of holding sb / sth; the way you are holding sb / sth • 抓;握;拿;支撑 【SYN】 grip:
    »His hold on her arm tightened.
    »She tried to keep hold of the childˈs hand.
    »Make sure youˈve got a steady hold on the camera.
    ›› IN SPORT 体育运动 2. a particular way of holding sb, especially in a sport such as wrestling or in a fight • 持;握;抓;抱;(尤指摔跤、拳击中的)擒拿法:
    »The wrestler put his opponent into a head hold.
    ›› POWER / CONTROL 权力;控制 3. [sing.] hold (on / over sb / sth) influence, power or control over sb / sth • 影响;左右力;控制:
    »What she knew about his past gave her a hold over him.
    »He struggled to get a hold of his anger.
    --› see also stranglehold ›› IN CLIMBING 攀登 4. a place where you can put your hands or feet when climbing • 支撑点(可手攀或脚踏的地方) --› see also foothold, handhold, toehold ›› ON SHIP / PLANE 船;飞机 5. the part of a ship or plane where the goods being carried are stored • 货舱 catch, get, grab, take, etc. (a) ˈhold of sb / sth • to have or take sb / sth in your hands • 抓住;拿着;握着;握住:
    »He caught hold of her wrists so she couldnˈt get away.
    »Lee got hold of the dog by its collar.
    »Quick, grab a hold of that rope.
    »Gently, she took hold of the door handle and turned it.
    get ˈhold of sb • to contact or find sb • 和某人联系;找到某人:
    »Where have you been? Iˈve been trying to get hold of you all day.
    get ˈhold of sth 1. to find sth that you want or need • 找到所需要的东西:
    »I need to get hold of Tomˈs address.
    »Itˈs almost impossible to get hold of tickets for the final.
    2. to learn or understand sth • 学会;理解 ˌno ˌholds ˈbarred • with no rules or limits on what sb is allowed to do • 不加约束;没有限制 on ˈhold 1. delayed until a later time or date • 推迟;中断:
    »She put her career on hold to have a baby.
    »The project is on hold until more money is available.
    2. if a person on the telephone is put on hold, they have to wait until the person that they want to talk to is free • (电话接通时)等某人接电话 take (a) ˈhold • to begin to have complete control over sb / sth; to become very strong • 开始完全控制;变得十分强大:
    »Panic took hold of him and he couldnˈt move.
    »They got out of the house just before the flames took hold.
    »It is best to treat the disease early before it takes a hold.
    --› more at wrong adj.
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    n. 把握, 把持力, 柄, 控制, 監禁, 掌握, 貨艙
    vt. 拿著, 保存, 支持, 佔據, 持有, 擁有
    vi. 支持, 保持, 有效
    n. 控制, 保留

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  • 19 see

    see see verb (saw seen) ›› USE EYES 用眼 1. (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to become aware of sb / sth by using your eyes • 看见;见到;看出: ▪ [VN]
    »She looked for him but couldnˈt see him in the crowd.
    ▪ [V (that)]
    »He could see (that) she had been crying.
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »Did you see what happened?
    ▪ [VN-ADJ]
    »I hate to see you unhappy.
    ▪ [V VN]
    »The opera was the place to see and be seen (= by other important or fashionable people).
    ▪ [VN -ing]
    »She was seen running away from the scene of the crime.
    ▪ [VN inf]
    »I saw you put the key in your pocket.
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »He was seen to enter the building about the time the crime was committed.
    【HELP】This pattern is only used in the passive. • 此句型仅用于被动语态。 2. (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to have or use the power of sight • 看得见;看;有视力: ▪ [V]
    »She will never see again (= she has become blind).
    »On a clear day you can see for miles from here.
    ▪ [V to inf]
    »It was getting dark and I couldnˈt see to read.
    ›› WATCH 观看 3. [VN] (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to watch a game, television programme, performance, etc. • 观看(比赛、电视节目、演出等):
    »Did you see that programme on Brazil last night?
    »In the evening we went to see a movie.
    »Fifty thousand people saw the match.
    --› note at look ›› LOOK UP INFORMATION 检索资料 4. [VN] (used in orders 用于祈使句) to look at sth in order to find information • 见;参见:
    »See page 158.
    参见第 158 页。
    ›› MEET BY CHANCE 偶然遇见 5. [VN] (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to be near and recognize sb; to meet sb by chance • 遇见;碰到;邂逅:
    »Guess who I saw at the party last night!
    ›› VISIT 拜访 6. [VN] to visit sb • 拜访;看望;探视:
    »Come and see us again soon.
    ›› HAVE MEETING 会见 7. [VN] see sb (about sth) to have a meeting with sb • 会见;会晤:
    »You ought to see a doctor about that cough.
    »What is it you want to see me about?
    ›› SPEND TIME 度过时间 8. [VN] (often used in the progressive tenses 常用于进行时) to spend time with sb • 与(某人)待在一起;交往:
    »Are you seeing anyone (= having a romantic relationship with anyone) ?
    »Theyˈve been seeing a lot of each other (= spending a lot of time together) recently.
    ›› UNDERSTAND 理解 9. (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to understand sth • 理解;明白;领会: ▪ [V]
    »ˈIt opens like this.ˈ ˈOh, I see.ˈ
    "这样就打开了。" "哦,我明白了。"
    ▪ [VN]
    »He didnˈt see the joke.
    »I donˈt think she saw the point of the story.
    »I can see both sides of the argument.
    »Make Lydia see reason (= be sensible), will you?
    ▪ [V (that)]
    »Canˈt you see (that) heˈs taking advantage of you?
    »I donˈt see that it matters what Josh thinks.
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »ˈItˈs broken.ˈ ˈOh yes, I see what you mean.ˈ
    "它破了。" "噢,我明白你的意思。"
    »ˈCan we go swimming?ˈ ˈ I donˈt see why not (= yes, you can).ˈ
    "我们可以去游泳吗?" "可以呀。"
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »The government not only has to do something, it must be seen to be doing something (= people must be aware that it is doing sth).
    【HELP】This pattern is only used with see in the passive. • 此句型仅用于 see 的被动语态。 --› note at understand ›› HAVE OPINION 认为 10. [VN +adv. / prep.] (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to have an opinion of sth • 认为;看待:
    »I see things differently now.
    »Try to see things from her point of view.
    »Lack of money is the main problem, as I see it (= in my opinion).
    »The way I see it, you have three main problems.
    ›› IMAGINE 想像 11. see sb / sth (as sth) (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to consider sth as a future possibility; to imagine sb / sth as sth • 设想;想像: ▪ [VN -ing]
    »I canˈt see her changing her mind.
    ▪ [VN]
    »His colleagues see him as a future director.
    --› note at regard ›› FIND OUT 弄清 12. (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to find out sth by looking, asking or waiting • (通过查看、打听、等待)弄清,了解: ▪ [V]
    »ˈHas the mail come yet?ˈ ˈIˈll just go and see.ˈ
    "邮件来了没有?" "我去看看。"
    »ˈIs he going to get better?ˈ ˈI donˈt know, weˈll just have to wait and see.ˈ
    "他能好吗?" "不清楚,我们只能等着瞧了。"
    »Weˈll have a great time, youˈll see.
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »Go and see what the kids are doing, will you?
    »Weˈll have to see how it goes.
    ▪ [V (that)]
    »I see (that) interest rates are going up again.
    ▪ [VN that]
    »It can be seen that certain groups are more at risk than others.
    13. (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to find out or decide sth by thinking or considering • 考虑;定夺: ▪ [V]
    »ˈWill you be able to help us?ˈ ˈI donˈt know, Iˈll have to see.ˈ
    "你能帮助我们吗?" "不好说,我得考虑一下。"
    »ˈCan I go to the party?ˈ ˈ Weˈll see (= Iˈll decide later).ˈ
    "我能去参加聚会吗?" "待会儿再看吧。"
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »Iˈll see what I can do to help.
    ›› MAKE SURE 确保 14. [V that] (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) to make sure that you do sth or that sth is done • 确保;务必(做到):
    »See that all the doors are locked before you leave.
    ›› EXPERIENCE 经历 15. [VN] (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to experience or suffer sth • 经历;遭受:
    »He has seen a great deal in his long life.
    »I hope I never live to see the day when computers finally replace books.
    »It didnˈt surprise her—she had seen it all before.
    ›› WITNESS EVENT 见证事件 16. [VN] (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to be the time when an event happens • 为…发生的时间:
    »Next year sees the centenary of Verdiˈs death.
    17. [VN] (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to be the place where an event happens • 为…发生的地点 【SYN】 witness:
    »This stadium has seen many thrilling football games.
    ›› HELP 帮助 18. [VN +adv. / prep.] to go with sb to help or protect them • 送;护送:
    »I saw the old lady across (= helped her cross) the road.
    »May I see you home (= go with you as far as your house) ?
    »My secretary will see you out (= show you the way out of the building).
    【IDIOMS】Most idioms containing see are at the entries for the nouns and adjectives in the idioms, for example not see the wood for the trees is at wood. • 大多数含 see 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 not see the wood for the trees 在词条 wood 下。 for all (the world) to ˈsee • clearly visible; in a way that is clearly visible • 明显;显而易见 ˌlet me ˈsee / letˈs see • (informal) used when you are thinking or trying to remember sth • 让我/咱们看看;让我/咱们想一想:
    »Now let me see—how old is she now?
    see sth ˈcoming • to realize that there is going to be a problem before it happens • 料到会有问题;意识到会出麻烦:
    »We should have seen it coming. There was no way he could keep going under all that pressure.
    ˌsee for yourˈself • to find out or look at sth yourself in order to be sure that what sb is saying is true • 亲自看,亲自了解(以核实):
    »If you donˈt believe me, go and see for yourself!
    see sb / sth for what they ˈare / it ˈis • to realize that sb / sth is not as good, pleasant, etc. as they / it seem • 看清某人(或事物)的真实状况(不是表面那样) seeing that... (also informal seeing as (how)...) • because of the fact that... • 鉴于;由于;因为:
    »Seeing that heˈs been off sick all week heˈs unlikely to come.
    ˈsee you (aˈround) | (Iˈll) be ˈseeing you | ˌsee you ˈlater •(informal) goodbye • 再见:
    »Iˈd better be going now. See you!
    you ˈsee • (informal) used when you are explaining sth • (作解释时说)你看,你知道,要知道:
    »You see, the thing is, we wonˈt be finished before Friday.
    【PHR V】 ˈsee about sth • to deal with sth • 办理;照料;料理;安排:
    »I must see about (= prepare) lunch.
    »He says he wonˈt help, does he? Well, weˈll soon see about that (= I will demand that he does help).
    ▪ [+ -ing ]
    »Iˈll have to see about getting that roof repaired.
    ˈsee sth in sb / sth • to find sb / sth attractive or interesting • 看上;看中;觉得…有趣:
    »I donˈt know what she sees in him.
    ˌsee sb∽ˈoff 1. to go to a station, an airport, etc. to say goodbye to sb who is starting a journey • 为…送行;送别 2. ( BrE) to force sb to leave a place, for example by chasing them • 赶走,驱逐(某人):
    »The dogs saw them off in no time.
    3. ( BrE) to defeat sb in a game, fight, etc. • (在游戏、战斗等活动中)打败,击败:
    »The home team saw off the challengers by 68 points to 47.
    主队以 68:47 击败前来挑战的客队。
    ˌsee sb∽ˈout (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) ( BrE) • to last longer than the rest of sbˈs life • 寿命比某人长;看着某人故去:
    »Iˈve had this coat for years, and Iˈm sure it will see me out.
    ˌsee sth∽ˈout (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) ( BrE) • to reach the end or last until the end of sth • 持续到…结束:
    »They had enough fuel to see the winter out.
    »He saw out his career in Italy.
    ˌsee ˈover sth ( BrE) • to visit and look at a place carefully • 察看(某处):
    »We need to see over the house before we can make you an offer.
    ˌsee ˈthrough sb / sth (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) • to realize the truth about sb / sth • 看透;识破:
    »We saw through him from the start.
    »I can see through your little game (= I am aware of the trick you are trying to play on me).
    ˌsee sth ˈthrough (not usually used in the progressive tenses 通常不用于进行时) • to not give up doing a task, project, etc. until it is finished • 把(任务、工程等)进行到底;坚持完成:
    »Sheˈs determined to see the job through.
    ˌsee sb ˈthrough | ˌsee sb ˈthrough sth (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) • to give help or support to sb for a particular period of time • 帮助(或支持)某人度过:
    »Her courage and good humour saw her through.
    »I only have $20 to see me through the week.
    我只有 20 元来维持我这一周了。
    ˈsee to sth • to deal with sth • 办理;照管;料理:
    »Will you see to the arrangements for the next meeting?
    »Donˈt worry— Iˈll see to it.
    »Weˈll have to get that door seen to (= repaired).
    ˈsee to it that... • to make sure that... • 确保;务使:
    »Can you see to it that the fax goes this afternoon?
    noun • (formal) the district or office of a bishop or an archbishop • 主教(或大主教)教区;主教(或大主教)权限;牧座:
    »the Holy See (= the office of the Pope)
    * * *
    v. 看, 看見, 了解, 領會, 注意, 留心, 經歷, 閱歷

    English-Chinese dictionary > see

  • 20 mercy

    じしん 慈心
    じんけい 仁恵
    * * *
    /mə́ː(r)si/ 〔「賃金・報酬」が原義〕
    1 〖U〗 [時に~ies; 単数扱い]〔…に対する〕慈悲, 寛容; 親切, 哀れみ, 情け(compassion); 寛大な行為〔to, toward, on

    a king withòut mercý 情け容赦のない王

    in mercý to … …への哀れみの気持から, …に免じて

    hàve [tàke] mercý on [upon] her = show ~ to [on] her 彼女を哀れに思う

    throw oneself on the ~ of the court((正式))法廷の情けにすがる.

    2 〖C〗((略式))[通例a ~] 幸運, 恵み, ありがたいこと; 救済, 安堵(あんど

    It's a ~ that nobody got injured. だれもけがをしなかったのは幸いだ

    His death was a ~ after months of pain. 彼は死ぬことによって何か月もの苦しみから救われた.

    3 〖U〗 (死刑予定者に対する減刑による)赦免の処分; 赦免の裁量権.
    *at the mercy of O =

    The champion had the challengers at his ~. = The challengers were at the champion's ~. チャンピオンは挑戦者たちを思うままにあしらった.

    be grateful [thankful] for small mercies
    さらに悪くならなかったことに感謝する, 不幸中の幸いとほっとする.
    be left to the (tender) mercy [mercies] of O
    …にたっぷりかわいがられる, …にひどい目に会う《◆反語用法》.
    (Have) mercy on [upon] us [me]! =
    Mercy (me)!
    (驚き・恐怖を表して)おや!, まあ!
    throw oneself on [upon] O's mercy
    〖形〗[限定] 病人[難民]を救う.

    English-Japanese dictionary > mercy

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