- World AIDS Day, held on 1 December each year, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection
in a position from which there is no easy retreat
to prove definitely inferior; to pale before (or beside); to be outshone; to be inferior by comparison; to look sick; cannot hold a candle to (sb.)
preconceived notions take a strong hold; be prejudiced by first impressions
Global Assembly Cache (a machine-wide store used to hold assemblies that are intended to be shared by several applications on the machine)
ovoviviparous (an animal who holds the eggs inside its body until they hatch and living young are delivered; however, the embryo is sustained by the contents of the egg and not by any connection to the animal that holds it)
[Finance] active box (securities held by a brokerage firm that meet specific qualifications are used as collateral for securing brokers' loans or customers' margin positions)
(of ships) run aground; be stranded; reach a deadlock; be held up by some obstacle
be delayed; be held up by or burdened with sth.
[liter] be held back by rain
... is to have the examination next week. ＝ The opinion which is held by most students is to have the examination next week. 由於第二句的is...
1. Grandma's old vases were held by Connor. →Connor held...．EX:The reports were wrutten by Charlie→Charlie ...
...adjective to describe "inquiry". 3.為何用被動? "inquiry" cannot be held by itself. It is done by people. 2014-09-01 22:18:14...