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awarded是什么意思_awarded的用法大全

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awarded是award的过去分词

award的的用法,award怎么读

美 [ə'wɔrd] 英 [ə'wɔː(r)d]
  • n.奖品;裁定;裁定书;裁定额
  • v.授与;奖与;判归
  • 网络授予;奖项;奖励
复数:awards  现在分词:awarding  过去分词:awarded  
  • receive award,win award,give award,present award
  • prestigious award,annual award
  • v.
  • give,bestow,present,grant,confer
  • n.
  • prize,honor,honour,reward,gift
  • 1.

    奖励

    2.

    奖品

    3.

    奖赏

    4.

    赔偿

    5.

    裁定书;裁定额

    6.

    判决

    7.

    审判,裁定

    8.

    给分

    9.

    决标

    1.

    奖励

    2.

    奖品

    3.

    奖赏

    4.

    赔偿

    5.

    裁定书;裁定额

    6.

    判决

    7.

    审判,裁定

    8.

    给分

    9.

    决标

    1.

    授与,给与;奖与

    2.

    授奖

    3.

    颁发

    4.

    裁定

    5.

    判给:

    6.

    分配

    7.

    公断书

    8.

    断与,判归

    9.

    接到

    10.

    判定:

    1.

    授与,给与;奖与

    2.

    授奖

    3.

    颁发

    4.

    裁定

    5.

    判给:

    6.

    分配

    7.

    公断书

    8.

    断与,判归

    9.

    接到

    10.

    判定:

    1.

    something such as a prize that is given in recognition of somebody's merit or an achievement

    2.

    something bestowed, granted, or assigned to somebody by a court of law or by arbitration

    3.

    a court decision on wages or conditions of work, or the legal agreement which ratifies this

    4.

    an amount of money or a judgment given by a court of law

    5.

    a prize or other reward that is given to someone who has achieved something

    6.

    an amount of money that the government or another organization gives to someone so that they are able to do something

    1.

    something such as a prize that is given in recognition of somebody's merit or an achievement

    2.

    something bestowed, granted, or assigned to somebody by a court of law or by arbitration

    3.

    a court decision on wages or conditions of work, or the legal agreement which ratifies this

    4.

    an amount of money or a judgment given by a court of law

    5.

    a prize or other reward that is given to someone who has achieved something

    6.

    an amount of money that the government or another organization gives to someone so that they are able to do something

    1.

    to give somebody something in recognition of merit or an achievement

    2.

    to bestow, grant, or assign something to somebody by a judicial decision or by arbitration

    3.

    to give someone a prize or other reward because they have achieved something

    4.

    to officially give someone an amount of money so that they are able to do something

    5.

    to make a legal decision to give someone the right to do something, for example to care for a child

    6.

    decide upon by law

    7.

    give by a decision in a court of law

    8.

    give or grant,esp.as the result of an official decision

    1.

    to give somebody something in recognition of merit or an achievement

    2.

    to bestow, grant, or assign something to somebody by a judicial decision or by arbitration

    3.

    to give someone a prize or other reward because they have achieved something

    4.

    to officially give someone an amount of money so that they are able to do something

    5.

    to make a legal decision to give someone the right to do something, for example to care for a child

    6.

    decide upon by law

    7.

    give by a decision in a court of law

    8.

    give or grant,esp.as the result of an official decision

    语法用例

    例句1:

    You've been awarded this prize as a result of recommendations from your seeing your officers, your colleagues, and parents of the children.

    你获得这个奖是因为你的上司、同事以及孩子们的父母的推荐。

    例句2:

    I cannot imagine anyone being thrilled to be told by his employer that he had been awarded a pay increase of 0. 2 baskets.

    我想象不出,当某人被雇主告知自己获得“0.2个篮子”的加薪时,会欣喜若狂。

    例句3:

    While asking for cost to be awarded, my solicitor's case quite obviously revolved around the fact that I had a "brilliant academic record. "

    当我的律师要求赔偿诉讼费时,他很显然围绕这一事实来辩护:“我的学业优异”。

    例句4:

    The bankruptcy filing jeopardizes severance payments awarded to employees over the past year as an inducement to leave their jobs.

    申请破产保护的行为危及员工们领取过去一年的相关遣散费,这成为大家离职的诱因。

    例句5:

    The company awarded him a golden medal for recognition of his huge contributions to the company.

    公司授予他一枚金牌,肯定他对公司所做的巨大贡献。

    例句6:

    The University's achievements in the sciences can be measured by the sixty or more Nobel Prizes awarded to its members over the years.

    剑桥大学的理科成就可以由历年来大学成员获得的60升至更多的诺贝尔奖来衡量。

    例句7:

    So who sues whom for divorce and where? How much money will be awarded to whom?

    那么谁申请离婚、在那儿离婚、给对方多少钱、对方能否拿到、怎么拿到?

    例句8:

    I used to be awarded salesperson of the month a few times at a company that sold kitchen knives.

    我在一家销售厨房刀具的公司曾获颁过几次当月最佳销售人员。

    例句9:

    Peter Pettigrew as "posthumously" awarded a medal. All that was returned to his mother was his finger.

    彼德小矮星彼德作为死者得到了一枚勋章,而他失去的只有一根手指。

    例句10:

    In Senegal, a Chinese company cannot be awarded an infrastructure-related contract unless it has partnered with a Senegalese company.

    在塞内加尔,如果不和塞内加尔的公司合作,中国公司就不能得到基础设施方面的合同。