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declare

US [dɪˈkler]
UK [dɪˈkleə(r)]
  • v.宣布;宣告;宣称;表明
  • Web声明;申报;断言
Simple Present:declares  Present Participle:declaring  Past Tense:declared  
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v.
1.
[t]
公布;宣布;宣告to say sth officially or publicly
The government has declared a state of emergency.
政府已宣布进入紧急状态。
Germany declared war on France on 1 August 1914.
德国在 1914 年 8 月 1 日向法国宣战。
The government has declared war on(= officially stated its intention to stop) illiteracy.
政府已宣布要扫除文盲。
The court declared that strike action was illegal.
法庭宣判罢工为非法。
The area has been declared a national park.
这地区已宣布为国家公园。
The painting was declared to be a forgery.
这幅画被判定为赝品。
The contract was declared void.
这份合同被宣布无效。
I declare this bridge open.
我宣布这座大桥正式启用。
2.
[t]
表明;宣称;断言to state sth firmly and clearly
‘I'll do it!’ Tom declared.
“让我来!”汤姆果断地说。
He declared that he was in love with her.
他声称他已爱上她。
Few people dared to declare their opposition to the regime.
很少有人敢宣称他们反对这个政权。
She declared herself extremely hurt by his lack of support.
她说自己非常伤心,因为没有得到他的支持。
3.
[t]
~ sth
申报(收益)to tell the tax authorities how much money you have earned
All income must be declared.
所有收益必须申报。
4.
[t]
~ sth
申报(应纳税物品)to tell customs officers (= at the border of a country) that you are carrying goods on which you should pay tax
Do you have anything to declare?
你有什么要申报的吗?
5.
[i]
(在击球员还未全部出局时)宣布结束赛局,宣布停止击球to decide to end your innings (= the period during which your team is batting ) before all your players have batted

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