加载中…
个人资料
换个角度拍照片
换个角度拍照片
  • 博客等级:
  • 博客积分:0
  • 博客访问:172,794
  • 关注人气:626
  • 获赠金笔:0支
  • 赠出金笔:0支
  • 荣誉徽章:
相关博文
推荐博文
谁看过这篇博文
加载中…
正文 字体大小:

2009年09月14日

(2009-09-14 12:00:34)
标签:

杂谈

tournament
tournament ( tourney tourneys US also tourney ) UK /'tuə.nə.mənt/ US /'tɜ`:-/
比赛 , 联赛 , 锦标赛
noun Noun [ C ]
  • 1.
  • a competition for teams or single players in which a series of games is played, and the winners of each game play against each other until only one winner is left
    锦标赛
    • a tennis/chess/golf tournament
      网球/国际象棋/高尔夫球锦标赛
      • They were defeated in the first round of the tournament.
        他们在锦标赛的第一轮就被打败了。
        更多例句:
        • Our ambitions for this tournament have been defeated by the weather.
          • The defending champion will play her first match of the tournament tomorrow.
            • This tennis tournament is open to both amateurs and professionals.
              • A recurring knee injury may have impaired his chances of winning the tournament.
                • The tournament is a straight knockout.

                 

                coverage

                coverage 1 (REPORT) UK /'kʌv.ər.idʒ/ US /-ə`-/
                新闻报道
                noun Noun [ U ]
                • 1.
                • the reporting of a particular important event or subject
                  新闻报道
                  • What did you think of the BBC's election coverage?
                    对英国广播公司的大选报道你怎么看?
                    更多例句:
                    • There's a good arts coverage in the newspaper, but not much political commentary.
                      • I can remember watching live TV coverage of the first lunar landing, so that dates me .
                        • The wedding received extensive coverage in the newspapers.
                          • Sometimes it seems that press coverage of an event is inversely proportional to its true importance .
                            • Satellite technology offers the opportunity, as never before, for continuous television coverage of major international events.

                             

                            bet 1 UK /bet/ US /bet/
                            赌 , 赌钱 , 赌博
                            verb 动词 betting, bet, bet
                            • 1.
                            • [ I or T ] to risk money on the result of an event or a competition, such as a horse race, in the hope of winning more money
                              打赌;赌博
                              • He regularly goes to the races and bets heavily.
                                他常去赌马而且下注很大。
                                • She bet £500 000 on the horse which came in second.
                                  她在那匹跑了第二名的马身上下了50万英镑的赌注。
                                  • I bet you $25 that I'll get there before you.
                                    我和你赌25美元,我准比你早到。
                                    • 2.
                                    • [ T ] informal If you say you bet (someone) that something is true or will happen, you mean you are certain that it is true or will happen
                                      敢断定
                                      • I bet you (that) she's missed the bus.
                                        我敢断定她没赶上公共汽车。
                                        • I bet (that) he won't come.
                                          我敢断定他不会来。
                                          更多例句:
                                          • On the face of it, it seems like a bargain, but I bet there are hidden costs.
                                            • I bet that computer knocked you back a few thousand.
                                              • "I bet you can't eat all that food on your plate." "Is that a challenge?"
                                                • I bet you can't guess how old he is.
                                                  • I bet she wishes (that) she'd never got involved in the whole affair.
                                                    bet 2 UK /bet/ US /bet/
                                                    赌金 , 赌注
                                                    noun Noun [ C ]
                                                    • 1.
                                                    • an amount of money which you risk on the result of an event or a competition, such as a horse race
                                                      赌注
                                                      • He placed/put a bet on the grey horse.
                                                        他在那匹灰色马身上下了注。
                                                        • 2.
                                                        • informal a guess or opinion
                                                          猜想;想法
                                                          • My bet is (that) their baby will be a girl.
                                                            我猜他们会生个女儿。
                                                            更多例句:
                                                            • She's never put a bet on a race before.
                                                              • He never usually remembers my birthday, so it's a safe bet he'll forget again this time!
                                                                • He went down to the bookmaker's in Chesterton Road to place a bet on the race.
                                                                  • They were placing bets on who would win.
                                                                    • After winning a couple of bets, he thought he was on a winning streak.
                                                                      • 习惯用语
                                                                      • (how much) do you want to bet?
                                                                        (how much) do you want to bet? informal
                                                                        • 1.
                                                                        • said in answer to something that someone has said, meaning that you are certain that they are wrong
                                                                          (表示确定对方错了)你敢打赌吗?你想赌多少?
                                                                          • "Surely she won't be late this time." "How much do you want to bet?"
                                                                            “她这次肯定不会迟到。”“那你敢跟我赌多少?”
                                                                            don't bet on it
                                                                            don't bet on it ( also I wouldn't bet on it ) informal
                                                                            • 1.
                                                                            • used to tell someone that you think something is unlikely to be true or to happen
                                                                              不大可能
                                                                              • "Do you think they'll give me back the money they owe me?" "I wouldn't bet on it."
                                                                                “你认为他们会把欠我的钱还给我吗?”“我看不见得。”
                                                                                I bet
                                                                                I bet ( also I'll bet ) informal
                                                                                • 1.
                                                                                • said to show that you understand why someone has a particular opinion or feels a particular way
                                                                                  (表示理解)有同感,我相信
                                                                                  • "I'm so annoyed with her." "I'll bet."
                                                                                    “她令我感到厌烦。”“我相信。”
                                                                                    • "I was so relieved I didn't have to clean up after the party." "I bet you were."
                                                                                      “晚会结束后我不必留下来收拾打扫,这让我大大松了口气。”“我知道你会这样。”
                                                                                      what do you bet?
                                                                                      what do you bet?
                                                                                      you bet
                                                                                      you bet informal
                                                                                      • 1.
                                                                                      • used to emphasize a statement or to mean 'certainly'
                                                                                        (表示强调)当然
                                                                                        • "Are you coming to the party?" "You bet!"
                                                                                          “你来参加晚会吗?”“当然喽!”
                                                                                          you can bet your life
                                                                                          you can bet your life ( also you can bet your bottom dollar )
                                                                                          • 1.
                                                                                          • used to say that you are completely certain that something is true or will happen
                                                                                            肯定
                                                                                            • You can bet your bottom dollar that he'll be the next president.
                                                                                              他肯定会当选下届总统。
                                                                                              be a fair bet
                                                                                              be a fair bet UK
                                                                                              • 1.
                                                                                              • to be something which is likely to happen
                                                                                                很可能的事
                                                                                                • It's a fair bet (that) the government will increase taxes in the coming term.
                                                                                                  政府很可能在即将开始的下届执政期内增税。
                                                                                                  be a good bet
                                                                                                  be a good bet
                                                                                                  • 1.
                                                                                                  • to be something that would be useful, clever or enjoyable to do
                                                                                                    明智的事
                                                                                                    • Putting your savings in a high-interest account is a good bet.
                                                                                                      把你的积蓄存进高利率储蓄户头是明智之举。
                                                                                                      be a safe bet
                                                                                                      be a safe bet
                                                                                                      • 1.
                                                                                                      • to be something that you are certain will happen
                                                                                                        肯定会发生的事
                                                                                                        • It's a safe bet (that) Martin will be the last to arrive.
                                                                                                          马丁肯定是最后一个到。
                                                                                                          be your best bet
                                                                                                          be your best bet
                                                                                                          • 1.
                                                                                                          • to be the best decision or choice
                                                                                                            明智的决定(或选择)
                                                                                                            • Your best bet would be to take a bus to the airport.
                                                                                                              你最好乘公共汽车去机场。
                                                                                                              do sth for a bet
                                                                                                              do sth for a bet ( US usually do sth on a bet )
                                                                                                              • 1.
                                                                                                              • to do something dangerous or risky because someone says that they do not think you will
                                                                                                                赌气做
                                                                                                                • She jumped in the fountain for a bet.
                                                                                                                  她赌气跳进了喷水池。
                                                                                                                 
                                                                                                                initiative
                                                                                                                initiative 1 (NEW ACTION) UK /i'niʃ.ə.tiv/ US /-ºiv/
                                                                                                                发端 , 首创精神
                                                                                                                noun Noun
                                                                                                                • 1.
                                                                                                                • [ C ] a new action or movement, often intended to solve a problem
                                                                                                                  倡议;新措施
                                                                                                                  • The peace initiative was welcomed by both sides.
                                                                                                                    和平倡议受到了双方的欢迎。
                                                                                                                    更多例句:
                                                                                                                    • The German leadership lauded the Russian initiative.
                                                                                                                      • The UN called on all parties in the conflict to take a positive stance towards the new peace initiative.
                                                                                                                        • Joe Walker will be spearheading our new marketing initiative.
                                                                                                                          • The initiative has across-the-board support.
                                                                                                                            • He began his lecture by talking down the initiatives of a rival company.

                                                                                                                              0

                                                                                                                              阅读 评论 收藏 转载 喜欢 打印举报/Report
                                                                                                                              前一篇:2009年09月14日
                                                                                                                              后一篇:被动语态
                                                                                                                              • 评论加载中,请稍候...
                                                                                                                              发评论

                                                                                                                                发评论

                                                                                                                                以上网友发言只代表其个人观点,不代表新浪网的观点或立场。

                                                                                                                                < 前一篇2009年09月14日
                                                                                                                                后一篇 >被动语态
                                                                                                                                  

                                                                                                                                新浪BLOG意见反馈留言板 电话:4000520066 提示音后按1键(按当地市话标准计费) 欢迎批评指正

                                                                                                                                新浪简介 | About Sina | 广告服务 | 联系我们 | 招聘信息 | 网站律师 | SINA English | 会员注册 | 产品答疑

                                                                                                                                新浪公司 版权所有