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confer 

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confer

[kən'fə:]

v.商讨, 授予, 赠予

例句与用法:

And therefore, if a man write little, he had need have a great memory; if he confer little, he had need have a present wit; and if he read little, he had need have more cunning, to seem to know that he doth not.

因此,一个人如果不写,他就需要记住很多东西; 如果不和人交谈,他就需要天笺机智; 如果不读书,他就需要更狡猾,能够假装知道他所不知道的东西。

The Queen conferred knighthood on several distinguished men.

女王将爵士头衔授予几位杰出人士。

词形变化:

形容词: conferrable | 名词: conferment | 动词过去式: conferred | 动词过去分词: conferred | 动词现在分词: conferring | 动词第三人称单数: confers |

vt.

1. 授予(学位等)[(+on/upon)]

Diplomas were conferred on the students who had completed all courses of study.

修完全部课程的学生被授予毕业证书。

2. 给予, 赋予

vi.

商谈, 协商[(+with/on)]

They conferred on the best way to expand business.

他们商议扩展业务的最好方法。


vt.

比较(此用法今已废, 但其缩略形式cf.作"参看", "试比较"解, 现仍通用)


短语词组:

confer with

1. 商讨

We should confer with them on matters of mutual concern.

我们应该跟他们就共同关心的问题进行商讨。


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