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option 

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  • 词形变化
  • 详细释义
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  • 英英释义
  • 短语词组
  • 常见例句

option

['ɔpʃən]

n.选择权, 可选物
v.得到或获准进行选择

例句与用法:

He had no option but to agree.

他除了同意外别无选择。

The former option favours the married man.

前一种选择对已婚男子有利。

Don't take the job now keep your options open until you leave university.

先别接受这份工作--暂时保留选择权,到离开这所大学再说。

词形变化:

动词过去式: optioned | 动词过去分词: optioned | 动词现在分词: optioning | 动词第三人称单数: options |

n.

1. 选择; 选择权; 选择自由[U]

She had no option but to quit her job in order to take care of her child.

为了照顾孩子, 她别无选择, 只好辞职。

It is at your option to stay or leave.

去留随你的便。

2. 可选择的东西; 选修科目[C]

What options do I have?

有什么可以让我选择?

How many options are there open to us?

我们有几种选择的可能?

3. 【经】买卖的特权[C]

John was granted an option to purchase 3, 000 shares at a purchase price of $7.00 per share.

约翰被授予三千股的股票购置权, 每股七美元。

She has taken an option on that piece of land.

她已取得那块土地的购置权。


短语词组:

have no/little option

1. 没有选择的余地

You must do it; you have no option.

你必须做, 你没有选择的余地。


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