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awarding是什么意思_awarding的用法大全

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awarding是award的现在分词

award的的用法,award怎么读

美 [ə'wɔrd] 英 [ə'wɔː(r)d]
  • n.奖品;审判;裁定书;裁定额
  • v.授与;奖与;判归
  • 网络颁奖;获奖情况;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:

    The very act of awarding prizes seems to throw Tinseltown into a state of cognitive dissonance.

    颁奖的真正效果似乎是将浮华镇抛进了一个认知失调的状态。

    例句2:

    Last July, BPP was given degree-awarding powers, which meant it was allowed to call itself a university college.

    去年7月,BPP获得学位授予资格,这意味着BPP可以被称作大学学院。

    例句3:

    Mr Duncan's department must live up to its own standards, awarding grants only to states with impressive applications.

    邓肯先生的教育部必须坚持它自己的标准,只给那些成效显著的州奖励联邦资金。

    例句4:

    Did this year's awarding of the Nobel Prize in Literature to Mo Yan come as a surprise to him, or to you?

    今年莫言获得诺贝尔文学奖,这对莫言本人而言或对你,是一个惊喜吗?

    例句5:

    The sisters were all in beautiful enevingdress, like the movie star attending Oscar Awarding Ceremony .

    姐妹们都穿着非常漂亮的晚礼服,像是参加奥斯卡颁奖典礼的电影明星。

    例句6:

    Awarding him the prize had been a calculated provocation.

    授予其和平奖是一次蓄意的挑衅。

    例句7:

    Awarding the Games to China was widely seen as a risky strategy, likely to be good for business but potentially harmful for the IOC's image.

    将奥运会举办权授予中国被普遍视为一个有风险的策略,或许对商业有利,但可能会损害国际奥委会的形象。

    例句8:

    Mr Raja had refused to auction the licences, preferring to dish them out in an underhand and chaotic way, awarding 120 in a single day.

    Raja先生拒绝拍卖运营牌照,而是悄悄地在一天内以奖励的形式把运营牌照随便分发给120家公司。

    例句9:

    awarding a contract to the lowest responsive bidder is not always the best approach.

    低价中标不一定都是最佳的评标办法。

    例句10:

    Every job, no matter how small, is important. To reinforce this point, I'm awarding Employee Of The Month to my belt.

    每项工作,无论大小都非常重要.为了强调这一点,我将奖励每月最佳员工。