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asylum是什么意思_asylum的用法

  • 2020-10-15
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asylum

美 [ə'saɪləm] 英 [ə'saɪləm]
  • n.避难;精神病院
  • 网络庇护;收容所;避难所
复数:asylums  
  • n.
  • refuge,haven,safe haven,sanctuary,shelter
  • 用法解析

    1.

    [u]

    (政治)庇护,避难

    protection that a government gives to people who have left their own country, usually because they were in danger for political reasons

    to seek/apply for/be granted asylum

    寻求╱申请╱获准政治避难

    There was a nationwide debate on whether the asylum laws should be changed.

    对是否应该修改政治避难法展开了一场全国性的大辩论。

    2.

    [c]

    精神病院

    a hospital where people who were mentally ill could be cared for, often for a long time

    1.

    庇护所

    2.

    避难所

    3.

    院;疯人院,精神病院;孤儿院

    4.

    (孤儿等的)收容所,养育院

    5.

    渊薮

    6.

    【国际法】庇护(权)

    1.

    庇护所

    2.

    避难所

    3.

    院;疯人院,精神病院;孤儿院

    4.

    (孤儿等的)收容所,养育院

    5.

    渊薮

    6.

    【国际法】庇护(权)

    1.

    protection and immunity from extradition granted by a government to somebody who has fled another country, e.g. because of political oppression

    2.

    protection from danger or imminent harm provided by a sheltered place

    3.

    an offensive term for an institution for people with psychiatric disorders

    4.

    a place that once offered shelter to criminals and debtors, especially a church

    5.

    the right to stay in a country, given by a government to protect someone who has escaped from war or political trouble in their own country

    6.

    a mental hospitala hospital for people with mental illnesses

    1.

    protection and immunity from extradition granted by a government to somebody who has fled another country, e.g. because of political oppression

    2.

    protection from danger or imminent harm provided by a sheltered place

    3.

    an offensive term for an institution for people with psychiatric disorders

    4.

    a place that once offered shelter to criminals and debtors, especially a church

    5.

    the right to stay in a country, given by a government to protect someone who has escaped from war or political trouble in their own country

    6.

    a mental hospitala hospital for people with mental illnesses

    语法用例

    例句1:

    Prosper says the concerns of a state have to be balanced against human rights obligations, and protection and asylum needs.

    普罗斯珀说,一个国家所处理的事务应当与人权义务及避难保护要有相对的平衡。

    例句2:

    His wife's leaving him drove him so mad that he had to be put in an insane asylum for a while.

    他妻子的离开使他变得如此发疯,他只好被暂时送往精神病院。

    例句3:

    He has no plans for tougher immigration or asylum controls, and is proud that his government made it legal for asylum-seekers to work.

    对于移民和收容所管理,他没有更强硬的计划,他为其政府使得庇护寻求者工作合法化而骄傲。

    例句4:

    Silas had never been here, but he felt a rising sense of refuge and asylum ashe approached the building on foot.

    塞拉斯从未到过那里,然而当他以步代车向那栋房子走去时,他的心中逐渐有种越来强烈的前来寻求避难的感觉。

    例句5:

    The Kremlin's leaders do not seem to have offered Mr Bakiyev asylum in Moscow, as they did to his predecessor.

    克里姆林宫领袖们似乎也没有向巴基耶夫先生提供位于莫斯科的避难所,而对他的前任却是这样做的。

    例句6:

    Officials whisked Ms Deng off to a mental asylum, saying that antidepressant pills found in her bag showed she was psychologically unstable.

    地方官员迅速将邓女士转移到一家精神病院,并称在她包里发现的抗忧郁药表示她精神不稳定。

    例句7:

    Can you think of anyone outside Arkham Asylum who would apply those terms to the United States at the moment?

    此时能否想起疯人院(ArkhamAsylum)外有什么人可以把这些条款运用在美国的吗?

    例句8:

    It used to be an insane asylum, and before that it was an orphanage.

    被用来当作精神病人的收容所,以前这儿是一所孤儿院。

    例句9:

    You said some "asylum seekers" resorted to violent means when trying to intruding into the foreign embassy, could you raise examples?

    问:你说有些“寻求避难者”在试图闯入外国使馆时采取了暴力手段,可否举例说明?

    例句10:

    The Iraqi government spokesman has accused Britain of trying to deport failed asylum seekers to Iraq without verifying their identities.

    伊拉克政府发言人谴责英国未核实身份就将收容未遂的伊拉克人驱逐。


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