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accord

US [əˈkɔrd]
UK [əˈkɔː(r)d]
  • n.协议;协定;一致;和谐
  • v.一致;给予;相符;协调
  • Web雅阁;本田雅阁;符合
Simple Present:accords  Present Participle:according  Past Participle:accorded  
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n.
1.
协议;条约a formal agreement between two organizations, countries, etc.
The two sides signed a peace accord last July.
在刚过去的七月,双方签订了和平条约。
IDM
This action would not be in accord with our policy.
这一行动不会符合我们的方针。
in accord (with sth/sb)
与…一致(或相符合)in agreement with
This action would not be in accord with our policy.
这一行动不会符合我们的方针。
He came back of his own accord.
他主动回来了。
The symptoms will clear up of their own accord.
症状将会自行消失。
of your own accord
自愿地;主动地without being asked, forced or helped
He came back of his own accord.
他主动回来了。
The symptoms will clear up of their own accord.
症状将会自行消失。
with one accord
全体一致;一致地if people do sthwith one accord , they do it at the same time, because they agree with each other
v.
1.
[t]
给予,赠予,授予(权力、地位、某种待遇)to give sb/sth authority, status or a particular type of treatment
Our society accords great importance to the family.
我们的社会赋予家庭十分重要的地位。
Our society accords the family great importance.
我们的社会赋予家庭十分重要的地位。
2.
[i]
~ (with sth)
(与…)一致,符合,配合to agree with or match sth
These results accord closely with our predictions.
这些结果和我们的预测相当一致。

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