Go to Bing homepage

contract

US [ˈkɑnˌtrækt]
UK [ˈkɒntrækt]
  • v.收缩;订约;感染
  • n.【法】合同;〈非正式〉买凶杀人
  • Web契约;合约;婚约
Plural Form:contracts  Present Participle:contracting  Past Tense:contracted  
Contract
Show examples
n.
1.
合同;合约;契约an official written agreement
a contract of employment
雇用合同
a research contract
从事研究的合同
to enter into/make/sign a contract with the supplier
与供应商签订合同
These clauses form part of the contract between buyer and seller.
这些条款构成买卖双方所签合同的一部分。
a contract for the supply of vehicles
提供车辆的合约
to win/be awarded a contract to build a new school
获得承建一所新学校的合同
a contract worker(= one employed on a contract for a fixed period of time)
合同工
I was on a three-year contract that expired last week.
我签订的三年期合同已于上周期满。
Under the terms of the contract the job should have been finished yesterday.
根据合同的条款,这项工作本应于昨天完成。
She is under contract to(= has a contract to work for) a major American computer firm.
她已签约为一家大型美国计算机公司工作。
The offer has been accepted, subject to contract(= the agreement is not official until the contract is signed) .
此报价已获接受,尚须以签约为准。
They were sued for breach of contract(= not keeping to a contract) .
他们被指控违约。
2.
(informal)
~ (on sb)
(雇用杀人的)协议,合同an agreement to kill sb for money
to take out a contract on sb
雇凶手杀害某人
v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)收缩,缩小to become less or smaller; to make sth become less or smaller
Glass contracts as it cools.
玻璃遇冷收缩。
a contracting market
萎缩的市场
The heart muscles contract to expel the blood.
心脏肌肉收缩以挤压出血液。
The exercise consists of stretching and contracting the leg muscles.
此项训练包括伸展和收缩腿部肌肉。
‘I will’ and ‘I shall’ are usually contracted to ‘I'll’(= made shorter) .
I will 和 I shall 通常缩约为 I'll。
2.
[t]
~ sth
感染(疾病);得(病)to get an illness
to contract AIDS/a virus/a disease
感染艾滋病╱病毒╱疾病
3.
[t]
与…订立合同(或契约)to make a legal agreement with sb for them to work for you or provide you with a service
The player is contracted to play until August.
这位选手签约参加比赛到八月份。
Several computer engineers have been contracted to the finance department.
有几位计算机工程师与财务部门签订了合同。
4.
[i]
~ to do sth
订立…的合同(或契约)to make a legal agreement to work for sb or provide them with a service
She has contracted to work 20 hours a week.
她已签订每周工作 20 小时的合同。
5.
[t]
~ a marriage/an alliance (with sb)
(与…)订立(婚约);(与…)缔结(同盟)to formally agree to marry sb/form an alliance with sb

Sample Sentence

Definition:
Category:AllAll,OralOral,WrittenWritten,TitleTitle,TechnicalTechnical
Source:AllAll,DictionaryDictionary,WebWeb
Difficulty:AllAll,EasyEasy,MiddleMiddle,HardHard
More sentence filters
Hide sentence filters