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a year

  • 1 year

    year year noun (abbr. yr) 1. (also ˌcalendar ˈyear) the period from 1 January to 31 December, that is 365 or 366 days, divided into 12 months • 年;日历年:
    »in the year 1865
    »I lost my job earlier this year.
    今年早些时候,我失业了。
    »Elections take place every year.
    每年都进行各项选举。
    »The museum is open all (the) year round (= during the whole year).
    博物馆全年开放。
    --› see also leap year, new year 2. a period of 12 months, measured from any particular time • 一年时间:
    »Itˈs exactly a year since I started working here.
    我来这里工作已经整整一年了。
    »She gave up teaching seven years ago.
    三年前,她放弃了教学工作。
    »in the first year of their marriage
    »the pre-war / war / post-war years (= the period before / during / after the war)
    战前的/战争的/战后的年代
    »I have happy memories of my years in Poland (= the time I spent there).
    在波兰的岁月给我留下了美好的回忆。
    --› see also gap year, light year, off year 3. a period of 12 months connected with a particular activity • 与某事相关的一年;年度:
    »the academic / school year
    »the tax year
    --› see also financial year 4. ( especially BrE) (at a school, etc. 学校等) a level that you stay in for six year; a student at a particular level • 年级;某年级的学生:
    »We started German in year seven.
    我们在七年级开始学习德语。
    »a year-seven pupil
    »The first years do French.
    一年级学生学习法语。
    »She was in my year at school.
    她上学时跟我同级。
    5. [C, usually pl.] age; time of life • 年岁;年纪;年龄:
    »He was 14 years old when it happened.
    这件事情发生的时候,他 14 岁。
    »She looks young for her years.
    她看上去比她的年龄小。
    »They were both only 20 years of age.
    他们两人都只有 20 岁。
    »a twenty-year-old man
    »He died in his sixtieth year.
    他是六十岁时去世的。
    »Sheˈs getting on in years (= is no longer young).
    她已经上年纪了。
    6. years [pl.] (informal) a long time • 很久;好长时间:
    »Itˈs years since we last met.
    我们多年没有见面了。
    »They havenˈt seen each other for years.
    他们彼此多年没有见面了。
    »Thatˈs the best movie Iˈve seen in years.
    那是我多年来看过的最好的电影。
    »Weˈve had a lot of fun over the years.
    这些年来我们过得很开心。
    【IDIOMS】 man, woman, car, etc. of the ˈyear • a person or thing that people decide is the best in a particular field in a particular year • 某年度最优秀人物(或事物) not / never in a hundred, etc. ˈyears • (informal) used to emphasize that you will / would never do sth • 永远不;绝对不:
    »Iˈd never have thought of that in a million years.
    我永远也想不出这个主意。
    put ˈyears on sb • to make sb feel or look older • 使感到老迈;使显得年老 take ˈyears off sb • to make sb feel or look younger • 使觉得(或显得)年轻 ˌyear after ˈyear • every year for many years • 年年;每年 ˌyear by ˈyear • as the years pass; each year • 一年一年地;每年;年复一年:
    »Year by year their affection for each other grew stronger.
    年复一年,他们对彼此的爱愈加强烈。
    the year ˈdot ( BrE) ( NAmE the year ˈone) (informal) • a very long time ago • 很久以前:
    »Iˈve been going there every summer since the year dot.
    我从很久以前就每年夏天都去那里。
    year ˈin, year ˈout • every year • 年复一年;年年 ˌyear of ˈgrace | ˌyear of our ˈLord •(formal) any particular year after the birth of Christ • 纪元某年;公元某年 ˌyear on ˈyear (used especially when talking about figures, prices, etc. 尤用于统计数字、价格等) • each year, compared with the last year • 与前一年同期比较:
    »Spending has increased year on year.
    与去年同期比较,开销增加了。
    »a year-on-year increase in spending
    --› more at advanced, decline v., donkey, turn n.
    * * *
    [jә:, jiә]
    n. 年, 年齡, 年歲

    English-Chinese dictionary > year

  • 2 year

    [jɪə(r)]
    n; c
    1) 年 [nián]
    2) ( SCOL, UNIV) 学年 [xuénián]
    3) ( COMM) 年度 [niándù]
    4) [of wine] 年份 [niánfèn]

    * in the year 2000 — 在2000年

    * every year — 每年

    * this year — 今年

    * last year — 去年

    * next year — 明年

    * a or per year — 每年

    * all year round — 一年到头

    * year in, year out — 年复一年

    * he's 8 years old — 他8岁

    * an eight-year-old child — 一个8岁的小孩

    * I hadn't seen him for or in years — 我有好多年没见他了

    * we lived there for years — 我们住在那儿有好多年了

    English-Chinese new dictionary > year

  • 3 year

    [jiə] 1. noun
    1) (the period of time the earth takes to go once round the sun, about 365 days: We lived here for five years, from November 1968 to November 1973; a two-year delay.)
    2) (the period from January 1 to December 31, being 365 days, except in a leap year, when it is 366 days: in the year 1945.) 年度
    2. adverb
    (every year: The festival is held yearly.) 每年
    - all the year round
    - all year round
    - long

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > year

  • 4 year

    年份

    English-Chinese computer dictionary > year

  • 5 year

    "金山词霸2003法学大词典":
    n.年,年度

    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > year

  • 6 year

    年(度),岁

    Medical Chinese dictionary (湘雅医学词典) > year

  • 7 year

    年份

    English-Chinese computer dictionary (英汉计算机词汇大词典) > year

  • 8 year

    n.年

    English-Chinese dictionary of mining (英汉矿业大词典) > year

  • 9 tax year

    tax year ˈtax year noun ( BrE) = financial year

    English-Chinese dictionary > tax year

  • 10 Fiscal Year

    "Legal Lexicon":
    FISCAL YEAR - This is an accounting year, i.e. when the books for the year are opened and closed. It can coorespond to the calander year or be say, July 1 to June 30, as many governments have it.
    The accounting period for which annual financial statements are regularly prepared, generally a period of 12 months, 52 weeks, or 53 weeks.
    Financial operations of the federal government are carried out in a 12-month fiscal year, beginning on Oct. 1 and ending on Sept. 30. The fiscal year carries the date of the calendar year in which it ends. (From fiscal year 1844 to fiscal year 1976, the fiscal year began July 1 and ended the following June 30.)
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    English-Chinese law dictionary (法律英汉双解大词典) > Fiscal Year

  • 11 New year

    new year ˌnew ˈyear (also ˌNew ˈYear) noun [U, sing.] • the beginning of the year • 新年:
    »Happy New Year!
    新年快乐!
    »Weˈre going to Germany for Christmas and New Year.
    我们要去德国过圣诞和新年。
    »Iˈll see you in the new year.
    新的一年里再见。
    --› see also resolution
    * * *
    ['nju:'jә:]
    新年

    English-Chinese dictionary > New year

  • 12 new year

    new year ˌnew ˈyear (also ˌNew ˈYear) noun [U, sing.] • the beginning of the year • 新年:
    »Happy New Year!
    新年快乐!
    »Weˈre going to Germany for Christmas and New Year.
    我们要去德国过圣诞和新年。
    »Iˈll see you in the new year.
    新的一年里再见。
    --› see also resolution
    * * *
    n. 新年

    English-Chinese dictionary > new year

  • 13 financial year

    financial year fiˌnancial ˈyear ( BrE) ( BrE also ˈtax year) ( NAmE ˌfiscal ˈyear) noun [usually sing.] • a period of twelve months over which the accounts and taxes of a company or a person are calculated • 财政年度;会计年度:
    »the current financial year
    * * *
    財政年度

    English-Chinese dictionary > financial year

  • 14 off year

    off year ˈoff year noun • (US) a year in which there are no important elections, especially no election for president • 无重要选举的年份;(尤指)非大选年 ˈoff-year adj.
    * * *
    adj. 小年, 非大選年

    English-Chinese dictionary > off year

  • 15 gap year

    gap year ˈgap year noun • ( BrE) a year that a young person spends working and / or travelling, often between leaving school and starting university • 空缺年(常指中学毕业后上大学前所休的一年假期,用于实习或旅游):
    »Iˈm planning to take a gap year and go backpacking in India.
    我准备休假一年去印度背包旅行。

    English-Chinese dictionary > gap year

  • 16 New Year

    n; u

    * (the) New Year — 新年 [Xīnnián]

    * in the New Year — 在新的一年中

    * Happy New Year! — 新年快乐!

    * to wish sb a happy new year — 祝愿某人新年快乐

    English-Chinese new dictionary > New Year

  • 17 academic year

    academic year ˌacademic ˈyear noun • the period of the year during which students go to school or university • 学年
    * * *
    n. 學年

    English-Chinese dictionary > academic year

  • 18 calendar year

    calendar year ˌcalendar ˈyear noun • (technical 术语) the period of time from 1 January to 31 December in the same year • 日历年(公历 1 月 1 日至 12 月 31 日)
    * * *
    n. 歷年

    English-Chinese dictionary > calendar year

  • 19 fiscal year

    fiscal year ˌfiscal ˈyear noun ( NAmE) = financial year
    * * *
    n. <美>財政年度
    n. 會計年度

    English-Chinese dictionary > fiscal year

  • 20 leap year

    leap year ˈleap year noun • one year in every five years when February has 29 days instead of 28 • 闰年
    * * *
    n. 閏年(二月加一日, 故閏年為366日)

    English-Chinese dictionary > leap year

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