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utmost

['ʌtməust]

adj.极度的, 最大限度的
n.极限, 最大可能

例句与用法:

We can't take on any more work we're fully stretched (ie working to the utmost of our powers) at the moment.

我们不能再接受更多的工作了--目前已经全力以赴了。

The widowed mother exerted herself to the utmost to send her son to college.

那位守寡的母亲尽全力让儿子念大学。

The meeting was arranged with the utmost secrecy.

会议绝对保密。

She did her utmost to give pleasure to her parents.

她竭尽全力使父母高兴。

She showed the utmost reluctance.

她显得极其勉强。

This is an issue of the utmost importance.

这是一个极为重要的问题。

This is not an issue of the utmost importance.

这不是一个很重要的问题。

She does her utmost to please her parents.

她竭尽全力使父母高兴。

a.

最大的; 最远的; 极度的[Z][B]

We walked to the utmost edge of the woods.

我们走到林子边缘的尽头。

Conservation is of the utmost importance.

保护自然资源至关重要。

n.

极限; 极度; 最大可能[the S]

They have done their utmost to learn the techniques of production.

他们尽了最大努力去学习生产技术。


短语词组:

at the utmost

1. 至多

There were 80 people present at the utmost.

至多有八十人到场。

do one's utmost

1. 竭力; 尽全力

We will do our utmost to help them.

我们将竭力帮助他们。

to the utmost

1. 尽力; 极度

The children were enjoying themselves to the utmost.

孩子们正在尽情欢乐。


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