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  1. assured

    • KK[əˋʃʊrd]
    • DJ[əˋʃuəd]

    美式

    • adj.
      確定的;得到保證的[+(that)];自信的;確信的[(+of)]
    • n.[t
      被保險人;保險受益人
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞

    形容詞

    • 1. 確定的;得到保證的[+(that)] You can be assured that she will recover in a couple of weeks. 你放心她將在兩三週內康復。 Her political future looks assured. 她的政治前程看來不成問題。
    • 2. 自信的;確信的[(+of)] John was assured of her ability to solve the problem. 約翰確信她有解決該問題的能力。 He spoke in an assured manner. 他自信地說。
    • 3. 【英】被保了險的

    n.[t

    • 1. 被保險人
    • 2. 保險受益人
    • 3. assure的動詞過去式、過去分詞
    • vt.
      向……保證,擔保[(+of)][O5] I can assure you of the reliability of the information. 我向你保證這消息可靠。 The captain of the ship assured the passengers that there was no danger. 船長向乘客保證沒有危險。
    • vt.
      向…保證 to assure sb. of sth./that ... 向某人保證某事/… to be assured of sth. 得到某事物上的保證
    • ph.
      放心 You can rest assured that your son will be happy here. 你放心好了, 你兒子在這兒會快樂的。
    • ph.
      保證毀滅 The determent policy has been dubbed MAD, an appropriate acronym which stands for mutual assured destruction. 核禁政策稱為MAD,很貼切,是表示保證互相毀滅的縮合字。
    • ph.
      放心 You can rest assured that your son will be happy here. 你放心好了,你兒子在這兒會快樂的。
    • ph.
      放心 You can rest assured that your son will be happy here. 你放心好了,你兒子在這兒會快樂的。
    • ph.
      保證毀滅 The determent policy has been dubbed MAD, an appropriate acronym which stands for mutual assured destruction. 核禁政策稱為MAD,很貼切,是表示保證互相毀滅的縮合字。
    • adj.
      有自信的
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    • IPA[əˈʃɔːd]

    美式

    英式

    • adj.
      自信的