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pose

US [poʊz]
UK [pəʊz]
  • v.引起;假扮;造成(威胁、问题等);产生
  • n.装腔作势;故作姿态;(为画像、拍照等摆的)姿势
  • Web摆姿势;提出;摆好姿势
Plural Form:poses  Present Participle:posing  Past Tense:posed  
Pose
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
造成(威胁、问题等);引起;产生to create a threat, problem, etc. that has to be dealt with
to pose a threat/challenge/danger/risk
构成威胁╱挑战╱危险╱风险
The task poses no special problems .
这项任务不会造成特别的问题。
2.
[t]
~ a question
提问;质询to ask a question, especially one that needs serious thought
3.
[i]
~ (for sb/sth)
(为画像、摄影)摆好姿势to sit or stand in a particular position in order to be painted, drawn or photographed
The delegates posed for a group photograph.
代表们摆好姿势准备拍集体照。
4.
[i]
~ as sb
佯装;冒充;假扮to pretend to be sb in order to trick other people
The gang entered the building posing as workmen.
这伙匪徒冒充工人混进了大楼。
5.
[i]
招摇;炫耀;拿姿作态to dress or behave in a way that is intended to impress other people
I saw him out posing in his new sports car.
我看见他开着他的崭新跑车招摇过市。
n.
1.
(为画像、拍照等摆的)姿势a particular position in which sb stands, sits, etc., especially in order to be painted, drawn or photographed
He adopted a relaxed pose for the camera.
他摆了个悠闲的姿势拍照。
2.
装腔作势;故作姿态a way of behaving that is not sincere and is only intended to impress other people

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