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  1. dispose

    • IPA[dəˈspōz]

    美式

    • v.
      get rid of by throwing away or giving or selling to someone else;kill; destroy
    • verb: dispose, 3rd person present: disposes, gerund or present participle: disposing, past tense: disposed, past participle: disposed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. get rid of by throwing away or giving or selling to someone else:

      people now have substantial assets to dispose of after their death

      whose responsibility is it to dispose of scrap materials?

    • 2. kill; destroy:

      all of them have been efficient in disposing of their rivals by deadly means

    • 3. overcome (a rival or threat):

      team members were buoyant after they disposed of the champions

    • 4. consume (food or drink) quickly or enthusiastically:

      she watched him dispose of a large slice of cheese

    • 5. bring (someone) into a particular frame of mind:

      prolactin is released, disposing you toward sleep

      personalities that dispose them to be uncooperative and egotistic

    • 6. arrange in a particular position:

      the chief disposed his attendants in a circle

    • 7. determine the course of events:

      the city proposed, but the unions disposed

    • adj. inclined or willing:

    • James didn't seem disposed to take the hint

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    • adj. inclined or willing:

    • James didn't seem disposed to take the hint

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    • adj. unfriendly or unsympathetic:

    • this fact was ignored by ill-disposed critics

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    • adj. having a positive, sympathetic, or friendly attitude toward someone or something:

    • the company is well disposed to the idea of partnership

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    • adj. unfriendly or unsympathetic:

    • this fact was ignored by ill-disposed critics

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    • adj. having a positive, sympathetic, or friendly attitude towards someone or something:

    • the company is well disposed to the idea of partnership

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    • IPA[dɪˈspəʊz]

    英式

    • v.
      get rid of by throwing away or giving or selling to someone else:
    • the waste is disposed of in the North Sea

      people now have substantial assets to dispose of after their death

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  2. 知識+

    • 英文TOEIC題目請教

      dispose of 是固定用法,意為 處理掉 。dispose of waste correctly 正確地處理垃圾, correctly 作爲副詞修飾動詞短語,跟of 後面選擇的詞性倒是沒有什麽關係。

    • 此英文句子有錯誤嗎

      Human waste, like nuclear waste, can cause serious damage to the environment if not disposed prorerly. 只有小小的修正: Human waste, like nuclear waste, can cause serious damage...

    • 這句文法是否正確

      ..." to reduce their own baked-on grime to easily disposed ofashes. 原句是正確的 我們來看because 後面的子句 The ...