- grant or bestow (a title, degree, benefit, or right)；have discussions; exchange opinions
verb: confer, 3rd person present: confers, gerund or present participle: conferring, past tense: conferred, past participle: conferred
- 1. grant or bestow (a title, degree, benefit, or right):
moves were made to confer an honorary degree on her
- 2. have discussions; exchange opinions:
the officials were conferring with allies
- v.grant (a title, degree, benefit, or right):
- the Minister may have exceeded the powers conferred on him by Parliament
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We confer the advantages between the Traditional Teaching Method... @ L.A ♡ 2006-11-16 02:06:02 補充： Lina大大說的沒錯confer 是有比較的意思但是現在已經很少人使用這個詞了如果妳的中文原文是比較的...
授階成少尉軍官 Confer the officer rank of lieutenant on xxx Confer: 授階 Rank: 軍階 Rank-conferring ceremony: 授階典禮
cf. 就是 compare. [Abbreviation for Latin confer.] 拉丁文 confer 的縮寫,目前較不用confer, 但是其縮寫 cf. 目前仍通用 意思就是: 試比較 或是 參看.