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accept的用法,怎么读_accept是什么意思

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accept的用法,小知识

发音,词性

英 :[əkˈsept]

美 :[əkˈsept]

  • vt. 接受;承认;承担;承兑;容纳
  • vi. 承认;同意;承兑

[过去式 accepted过去分词 accepted现在分词 accepting第三人称单数 accepts]

例句,用法

  • 1.

    及物动词/不及物动词的用法:If you accept something that you have been offered, you say yes to it or agree to take it. 接受

    例:

    Eventually Esteban persuaded her to accept an offer of marriage.

    最终埃斯特班说服她接受了求婚。

    例:

    All those invited to next week's peace conference have accepted.

    所有应邀参加下周和平会议的人都已接受了邀请。

  • 2.

    及物动词的用法:If you accept an idea, statement, or fact, you believe that it is true or valid. 相信

    例:

    I do not accept that there is any kind of crisis in American science.

    我不相信美国科学有任何危机。

    例:

    I don't think they would accept that view.

    我不认为他们会相信那个观点。

  • 3.

    及物动词的用法:If you accept a plan or an intended action, you agree to it and allow it to happen. 接受

    例:

    The Council will meet to decide if it should accept his resignation.

    委员会将开会来决定是否应该接受他的辞呈。

  • 4.

    及物动词的用法:If you accept an unpleasant fact or situation, you get used to it or recognize that it is necessary or cannot be changed. 容忍

    例:

    People will accept suffering that can be shown to lead to a greater good.

    人们将会容忍能被证明会带来更大利益的苦难。

    例:

    Urban dwellers often accept noise as part of city life.

    城市居民常常将噪音作为城市生活的一部分来容忍。

  • 5.

    及物动词的用法:If a person, company, or organization accepts something such as a document, they recognize that it is genuine, correct, or satisfactory and agree to consider it or handle it. 接受

    例:

    We took the unusual step of contacting newspapers to advise them not to accept the advertising.

    我们采取了联系各家报社的非常规做法来劝阻他们不要承接这则广告。

  • 6.

    及物动词的用法:If an organization or person accepts you, you are allowed to join the organization or use the services that are offered. 接纳

    例:

    All-male groups will not be accepted.

    全男性的组合不会被接纳。

  • 7.

    及物动词的用法:If a person or a group of people accepts you, they begin to be friendly toward you and are happy with who you are or what you do. 接纳

    例:

    As far as my grandparents were concerned, they've never had a problem accepting me.

    至于我的祖父母,接纳我对他们来说从来就不是问题。

    例:

    Many men still have difficulty accepting a woman as a business partner.

    很多男性依然难以接受女性作为自己的生意伙伴。

  • 8.

    及物动词的用法:If you accept the responsibility or blame for something, you recognize that you are responsible for it. 承担 (责任等)

    例:

    The company cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage.

    该公司不能承担遗失或损坏的责任。

  • 9.

    及物动词的用法:If you accept someone's advice or suggestion, you agree to do what they say. 接受

    例:

    The army refused to accept orders from the political leadership.

    军队拒绝接受政界领导的命令。

  • 10.

    及物动词的用法:If a machine accepts a particular kind of thing, it is designed to take it and deal with it or process it. 接受

    例:

    The new parking meters don't accept dollar bills.

    这种新型停车计时器不接受美元纸钞。

  • 11.

    → see alsoaccepted

词组短语

accept ofv. 承兑

近义词

  • vt. 接受;承认;承担;承兑;容纳
  • vi. 承认;同意;承兑
adj.adv.n. v.

词语辨析

accept, receive

accept 接受 I received a gift, but I didn't accept it.

receive 收到某一东西,但不一定接受,

take, accept, admit, receive

这组词都有“接受、接纳”的意思,其区别是:

take 与receive同意,是receive的日常用法,侧重不带主观意愿地收下或接受。

accept 强调主动地或自愿地接受,或者说,经过考虑后同意接受。

admit 作“接受”讲时,强调准许或批准。

receive 着重仅仅接到或收到这一支轮船或事实,而不含采取主动或积极行动的意思。

更多扩展

  • He believed that Americans -- North and South -- would accept the decision as the final word in the dispute.

  • You had other people who said,well, you accept the gospel of Mark because Mark was a disciple of Peter.

    还有一些人会说,接受马可福音吧,因为马可是彼得的信徒。

  • they will be expelled and blacklisted. So other institutions won't accept them for it.

    他们就会因此被开除或列入黑名单。这样一来,其他的大学也会因为这个而不接纳他们。

  • Now, I accept that students need a basic proficiency in a broad range of topics.

  • Concerned about skyrocketing costs, NHL owners asked players to accept a smaller share of league revenues.

  • Otherwise, the NBA continues to accept that life after Michael will never be the same.