expire的的用法,expire怎么读美 [ɪk'spaɪr] 英 [ɪk'spaɪə(r)]
to be no longer valid because the period of time for which it could be used has ended
When does your driving licence expire?
His term of office expires at the end of June.
to come to an end or be no longer valid or in operation
to die or release a last breath
if an agreement, offer, or official document expires, the period of time during which it exists or can be used comes to an end
Once existing supply contracts expire, Zhong Wang could find itself on the hook for pricier aluminium for at least some of its products.
Pay attention each month to your "upgrade info. " Page. There you can see when you upgraded, by how much, and when they will expire.
One: we've got to extend the tax cuts for the middle class that are set to expire at the end of the month.
That leaves me here. With an account that's about to expire in a few days.
Brown's previous deal was due to expire at the end of the season and there had been speculation he would walk away from Old Trafford.
More over, the imminent prospect of a large number of drug patents set to expire also adds a sense of urgency to their search for partners.
Many had hoped she would be freed late this month, when the current order for her detention was to expire.
Buyer should issue written purchasing contract to supplier for commodities which are NOT due to expire in less than a year.
He said he would let the Bush-era tax cuts expire for the rich, but backed down after the mid-term elections.
Fragments can be set up to expire at different periods, or not cache at all.