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sir

US [sɜr]
UK [sɜː(r)]
  • n.老师;阁下;(对不认识的男性的称呼或对男性的尊称)先生
  • v.称…为先生
  • Web爵士;长官;信干比(Signal-to-Interference Ratio)
Plural Form:sirs  
Sir
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n.
1.
(对不认识的男性的称呼或对男性的尊称)先生used as a polite way of addressing a man whose name you do not know, for example in a shop/store or restaurant, or to show respect
Good morning, sir. Can I help you?
早上好,先生。您要点什么?
Are you ready to order, sir?
先生,可以点菜了吗?
‘Report to me tomorrow, corporal!’ ‘Yes, sir!’
“下士,明天来向我报告!”“是,长官!”
‘Thank you very much.’ ‘You're welcome, sir. Have a nice day.’
“多谢。”“不客气,先生。祝您愉快。”
2.
(正式信函中对不知其名的男性收信人的称呼)先生,阁下used at the beginning of a formal business letter when you do not know the name of the man or people that you are dealing with
Dear Sir/Sirs
亲爱的先生╱诸位先生
Dear Sir or Madam
亲爱的先生或女士
3.
(贵族头衔,用于爵士或准男爵的名字或姓名前面)爵士a title that is used before the first name of a man who has received one of the highest British honours (= a knight ), or before the first name of a baronet
Sir Paul McCartney
保罗 ) 麦卡特尼爵士
Thank you, Sir Paul.
谢谢,保罗爵士。
4.
(中小学生对男教师的称呼)先生,老师used as a form of address by children in school to a male teacher
Please, sir, can I open a window?
老师,请允许我打开一扇窗户好吗?

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Category:AllAll,OralOral,WrittenWritten,TitleTitle,TechnicalTechnical
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