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  1. declare

    • IPA[dɪˈklɛː]

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    • v.
      say something in a solemn and emphatic manner;formally announce the beginning of (a state or condition)
    • verb: declare, 3rd person present: declares, gerund or present participle: declaring, past tense: declared, past participle: declared

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    • v.
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    • 1. say something in a solemn and emphatic manner:

      the prime minister declared that the programme of austerity had paid off

      ‘I was under too much pressure,’ he declared

    • 2. formally announce the beginning of (a state or condition):

      Spain declared war on Britain in 1796

    • 3. pronounce or assert (a person or thing) to be something specified:

      the mansion was declared a fire hazard

    • 4. openly align oneself for or against (a party or position) in a dispute:

      the president had declared for denuclearization of Europe

    • 5. reveal one's intentions or identity:

      a number of interested parties who can't declare themselves openly

    • 6. announce oneself as a candidate for an election:

      he declared last April

    • 7. express feelings of love to someone:

      she waited in vain for him to declare himself

    • 8. acknowledge possession of (taxable income or dutiable goods):

      if you have something to declare customs officers will tell you the duty payable

    • 9. close an innings voluntarily before all the wickets have fallen:

      Pakistan declared at 446 for four

    • 10. announce that one holds (certain combinations of cards) in a card game.
    • 11. name (the trump suit) in a card game.
    • adj. openly or formally asserted or announced:

    • despite the company's declared good intentions, some remained sceptical

      he has no declared conflict of interest

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    • adj. openly or formally asserted or announced:

    • despite the company's declared good intentions, some remained skeptical

      he has no declared conflict of interest

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    • an exclamation of incredulity, surprise, or vexation

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    • make known one's financial interests in an undertaking before it is discussed

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    • an exclamation of incredulity, surprise, or vexation

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    • make known one's financial interests in an undertaking before it is discussed

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    • make known one's financial interests in an undertaking before it is discussed

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    • make known one's financial interests in an undertaking before it is discussed

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    • IPA[diˈkler]

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    • v.
      say something in a solemn and emphatic manner:
    • “I was under too much pressure,” he declared

      he declared that he never revises his prose

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    • 怎麼分辨 declare, announce, state

      以英文註釋來回答吧! declare: make known clearly or formally.宣布,宣告,公告,鄭重地說。 announce: make...陳述(尤指仔細、詳盡且明確地) 比較難分辨的是declare&announce,從字典來看,declare應該是較為正式的用法,而announce較重於「公布出來」這件事上。維基很直接的...

    • 英翻中– declare Sb’s presence

      I think, "declare her presence" can just be translated as "大駕光臨"...

    • I declare that I will respect

      I declare that I will respect Australian values during my stay in...