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federal 

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federal

['fedərəl]

adj.联邦制的, 联邦政府的, 同盟的
n.联邦主义者,同盟盟友

例句与用法:

In the USA foreign policy is decided by the federal government and federal laws are made by Congress.

美国外交政策取决于联邦政府,联邦法律由国会制定。

But devising incentives to encourage people to save more is a high priority, and the officials said they wanted to explore approaches that would not make much of a dent in Federal revenues, at least for some years.

但是制订鼓励人们储蓄奖励办法是当务之急,官员们说他们想要寻求不致过分影响联邦岁入的办法,至少几年之内不致影响。

Expenditures by the Federal Government have been steadily pared.

联邦政府的开支正在逐渐削减。

As the Council on Competitiveness recently noted, some of the700 Federal Laboratories are not pulling their weight and need to be shut down.

美国竞争力咨讯会最近指出,700个联邦试验所之中有些未能发生作用,应予关闭。

词形变化:

副词: federally |

a.

1. (常大写)美国联邦政府的, 国家的

The Federal government decides U.S. foreign policy.

联邦政府决定美国的外交政策。

2. 联邦(制)的, 联邦政府的

The United States has a federal government.

美国有联邦政府。

Switzerland is a federal republic.

瑞士是联邦共和国。

3. (大写)(美国南北战争时的)北部联盟的

n.[C]

1. (大写)(美国南北战争时的)北部联盟支持者, 北军

2. 联邦政府工作人员


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