主页 > 语法连载 >resignation是什么意思_resignation的用法 >

resignation是什么意思_resignation的用法

  • 2020-11-16
  • 579人已阅读

wsywfxjcquh


resignation

美 [.rezɪɡ'neɪʃ(ə)n] 英 [.rezɪɡ'neɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.辞职;辞呈;顺从;辞职信
  • 网络听从;辞职书;无可奈何
复数:resignations  
  • submit resignation,accept resignation,tender resignation,withdraw resignation,consider resignation
  • n.
  • defiance
  • n.
  • notice,notification,acceptance,acquiescence,acknowledgment
  • 用法解析

    1.

    [u][c]

    辞职

    the act of giving up your job or position; the occasion when you do this

    a letter of resignation

    辞职信

    There were calls for her resignation from the board of directors.

    有人要求她辞去董事会中的职务。

    Further resignations are expected.

    预计还会有人辞职。

    2.

    [c]

    辞职信;辞呈

    a letter, for example to your employers, to say that you are giving up your job or position

    to offer/hand in/tender your resignation

    呈递╱上交╱提交辞职信

    We haven't received his resignation yet.

    我们还没有收到他的辞呈。

    3.

    [u]

    顺从;听任

    patient willingness to accept a difficult or unpleasant situation that you cannot change

    They accepted their defeat with resignation.

    他们无可奈何地承认失败。

    1.

    辞职,退职,让位;辞呈

    2.

    辞职;忍受

    3.

    听天由命,无可奈何;不愿正视;克己

    4.

    顺从,服从,屈服,认输,逆来顺受

    5.

    抛弃,断念

    6.

    (对于命运等的)听从,服从,听任

    7.

    乐天知命的情绪;心平气和地接受

    1.

    辞职,退职,让位;辞呈

    2.

    辞职;忍受

    3.

    听天由命,无可奈何;不愿正视;克己

    4.

    顺从,服从,屈服,认输,逆来顺受

    5.

    抛弃,断念

    6.

    (对于命运等的)听从,服从,听任

    7.

    乐天知命的情绪;心平气和地接受

    1.

    a formal notification of leaving a paid or unpaid position

    2.

    an instance of leaving a paid or unpaid position

    3.

    agreement to something, usually given reluctantly but without protest

    4.

    the act of leaving a job permanently

    5.

    the attitude of someone who accepts that something unpleasant must happen and that they cannot change it

    1.

    a formal notification of leaving a paid or unpaid position

    2.

    an instance of leaving a paid or unpaid position

    3.

    agreement to something, usually given reluctantly but without protest

    4.

    the act of leaving a job permanently

    5.

    the attitude of someone who accepts that something unpleasant must happen and that they cannot change it

    语法用例

    例句1:

    The problem was that to get Don in, I had to ask for the resignation of the department's longtime director, Arch Ford.

    问题出在怎么才能把唐召入,我首先要让原来的部长阿奇.福特辞职。

    例句2:

    as Apple's CEO, I would be the first to let you know, ' Mr. Jobs said in his resignation letter. 'Unfortunately, that day has come. '

    乔布斯在辞职信里说,我一直说,如果有一天我再也不能履行作为苹果。

    例句3:

    I decided I had to ask for her resignation.

    我决定,必需要叫埃尔德斯博士辞职。

    例句4:

    The opposition says it will not back down from its demand for the president's resignation and a rerun of the vote.

    反对派说,他们在要求齐贝吉总统辞职和重新举行选举的问题上,不会让步。

    例句5:

    He said he didn't ask Mr. Sokol for his resignation and said it came 'as a surprise' to him.

    他说,他没有要求索科尔辞职,并且说索科尔的辞职让他感到“很意外”。

    例句6:

    The Office of the President also felt that Lin did not respond well in the Legislative Yuan, so they approved her resignation.

    而总统府高层也觉得林满红在国会的发言不妥,随即批准她的辞呈。

    例句7:

    Nevertheless, as he admitted when announcing his resignation, he had been "blinded by work and a drive for achievement" .

    然而,正如他在宣布辞职的时候所承认的,他曾经“因为研究和对成果的渴望而失去了判断力”。

    例句8:

    The largely peaceful protesters called for the resignation of Abhisit Vejjajiva, just five months after he took office.

    基本保持和平姿态的示威者要求就职仅5个月的总理阿披实-维乍集瓦(AbhisitVejjajiva)辞职。

    例句9:

    His resignation came with a caveat in which he stated he would move aside once austerity measures were installed.

    他的辞职是一个警告,他说他会动议搁置紧缩措施一旦被安装。

    例句10:

    The Board declined to accept my resignation and asked me to defer it for a week.

    董事会拒绝接受我的辞呈,请我再等一个星期。