ask (for something)
get people together
He was busy assembling the bike.
The auxiliary units are called in only when the main force has been overtaxed.
5.【军】(舰船)非战斗用的;辅助的an auxiliary transport
名词 n. [C]
The doctor is hoping to find two auxiliaries to work under him.
This club has a women's auxiliary.
functioning in a subsidiary or supporting capacity
名词 n. [C]
The store is three blocks away.
There is a block in the pipe and the water can't flow away.
He holds a block of shares.
A piece of rock had fallen and blocked up the path.
They were blocked from joining the club.
名词 n. [C]
A bracket may be used to hold up a shelf or a candle.
The comments in brackets are the author's.
This book is written for the 10-to-11 age bracket.
I think you should bracket this word.
Don't bracket me with him just because we work for the same company.
message that is transmitted by radio or television
a restaurant where you serve yourself and pay a cashier
sells food and personal items to personnel at an institution or school or camp etc.
ability to perform or produce
The theater has a seating capacity of 800.
The auto plant now has an annual capacity of 12,000 cars.
He has a great capacity for learning languages.
He said that in the capacity as mayor.
hasty and without attention to detail
My car had stalled and I sought help from casual passers-by.
He tried to appear casual.
He worked as a casual laborer and did not earn much.
a general concept that marks divisions or coordinations in a conceptual scheme
the act of positioning close together (or side by side)
make more firm
His letter confirmed everything.
The latest developments confirmed me in my belief.
The queen confirmed the treaty.
名词 n. [C]
There are two consultants to the governor on environmental protection.
The consultant was a man who had many unanswered questions.
an integrated course of academic studies
名词 n. [C]
The student is very knowledgeable because he also studies things not in the curriculum.
The professor is busy preparing his chemistry curriculum plan.
a person qualified to practice dentistry
The trip to the seashore brought her out of her depression.
He lost his job during the great depression.
Water filled the depressions in the ground.
A depression usually brings bad weather.
someone who has diabetes
a guiding principle
enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering
A white fence enclosed the house.
A check is enclosed herewith.
persons who administer the law
形容词 a. [B]
He is on the executive committee.
The US Constitution vests the executive power in the President.
The President of the U.S. is the chief executive.
..., the act of catching an object with the hands
The thief grabbed the purse and ran away with it.
Dad grabbed some breakfast and went off to work.
She grabbed at the money.
名词 n. [C]
He made a savage grab for the knife.
..., feeling or showing gratitude
I am grateful to have you help me repair the house.
They sent us a grateful letter.
..., provide a cure for, make healthy again
A physician's sacred duty is to heal the sick.
His shoulder healed, and he went back to his job.
..., a series of ordered groupings of people or things within a system
..., have as a logical consequence
Her silence implied consent.
Rights imply duties.
..., the uninflected form of the verb
In English an infinitive is often used with the word "to".
hormone secreted by the isles of Langerhans in the pancreas
..., schlecht bezahlt
..., an enclosure within which something originates or develops (from the Latin for womb)
名词 n. [C]
..., make less severe or harsh or extreme
We have to modify our plan a little bit.
He has modified his demands.
A noun sometimes modifies another noun.
We were under obligation to finish the work in a satisfactory way.
Our parents fulfilled their obligation to support us.
repay an obligation
The builder failed to fulfil the terms of his obligation.
, the state of being obligated to do or pay something
...形容词 a.1. 着迷的,一门心思的
You say this isn't the first woman who was obsessed with your husband.
...名词 n.1. 恐慌,惊慌[U][S1]2. (经济)大恐慌[C]3. 【俚】非常滑稽可笑的人(或物)[S]
She felt a moment of sheer panic.
...名词 n.1. 禁止;被禁[U][C][(+of/against)]2. 禁令[C][(+of/against)]3. (常大写)禁酒[U]
A prohibition imposed by law or official decree.
...副词 ad.1. 敏捷地;迅速地;立即地2. 准时地,正好
The problem is promptly solved.
...名词 n.1. 心理学家[C]
You should see a psychologist.
...名词 n.1. 严守时间2. 正确;规矩
The boss does expect punctuality from us.
a form containing a set of questions; submitted to people to gain statistical information
1. an authoritative rule
2. a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior
prescribed by or according to regulation
regulation army equipment
something (as a course of action) that is recommended as advisable
a district that is reserved for particular purpose
1. show a response or a reaction to something
2. reply or respond to
3. respond favorably or as hoped
1. a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior
1. exercise authority over; as of nations
1. poor handwriting
1. write down quickly without much attention to detail
be difficult to detect or grasp by the mind
...n. [临床] 综合征；综合症状；并发症状；校验子；并发位
a complex of concurrent things
(medicine) the act of caring for someone (as by medication or remedial training etc.)
by bad luck
software that provides better performance than an earlier version did
compelling immediate action
1. hairpiece covering the head and made of real or synthetic hair
2. British slang for a scolding
1. any break in the skin or an organ caused by violence or surgical incision
1. cause injuries or bodily harm to