- suppose to be the case, without proof；take or begin to have (power or responsibility)
verb: assume, 3rd person present: assumes, gerund or present participle: assuming, past tense: assumed, past participle: assumed
- 1. suppose to be the case, without proof topics which assume detailed knowledge of local events it is reasonable to assume that such changes have significant social effects 同義詞
- 2. take or begin to have (power or responsibility) he assumed full responsibility for all organizational work 同義詞
- ▪ seize (power or control) the rebels assumed control of the capital 同義詞
- 3. begin to have (a specified quality, appearance, or extent) militant activity had assumed epidemic proportions 同義詞
- ▪ take on or adopt (a manner or identity), sometimes falsely Oliver assumed an expression of penitence she puts on a disguise, assumes a different persona, and cruises the squalid bars on the bad side of town 同義詞
- suppose to be the case, without proof: it is reasonable to assume that such changes have significant social effects they were assumed to be foreign
Oxford American Dictionary
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