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proclaim

US [prəˈkleɪm]
UK [prə'kleɪm]
  • v.宣告;宣布;表明;声明
  • Web显示;公布;公告
Simple Present:proclaims  Present Participle:proclaiming  Past Tense:proclaimed  
Proclaim
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v.
1.
宣布;宣告;声明to publicly and officially tell people about sth important
The president proclaimed a state of emergency.
总统宣布了紧急状态。
The charter proclaimed that all states would have their own government.
宪章规定,所有各州皆可建立各自的政府。
He proclaimed himself emperor.
他自封为皇帝。
Steve checked the battery and proclaimed it to be dead.
史蒂夫检查了电池后宣布它没电了。
The senator proclaimed how shocked he was at the news.
那名参议员声称他听到这消息时是多么的震惊。
‘We will succeed,’ she proclaimed.
“我们会成功的。”她宣称。
2.
明确显示;成为标志;表明to show sth clearly; to be a sign of sth
This building, more than any other, proclaims the character of the town.
这座建筑比任何其他建筑都能代表本城的特色。
His accent proclaimed him a Scot.
他的口音表明他是苏格兰人。
His accent proclaimed him to be a Scot.
他的口音表明他是苏格兰人。

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