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美 [kɔː(r)s]
英 [kɔː(r)s]
  • adv.〈口〉当然
  • n.过程;航向;球场;【教】课程
  • v.(某种液体)流下;(某种感觉)突然变得很强烈;(带着猎犬)打猎
  • 网络一道菜;路线;经过
复数:courses  现在分词:coursing  过去式:coursed  
course
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n.
教育education
1.
[c]
~ (in/on sth)
(有关某学科的系列)课程,讲座a series of lessons or lectures on a particular subject
a French/chemistry, etc. course
法语、化学等课程
to take/do a course in art and design
攻读美术与设计课程
to go on a management training course
去参加管理培训讲座
The college runs specialist language courses .
这所学院开设有专门语言课程。
2.
[c]
(大学中要进行考试或取得资格的)课程a period of study at a college or university that leads to an exam or a qualification
a degree course
学位课程
a two-year postgraduate course leading to a master's degree
两年制硕士研究生课程
方向direction
3.
[u][c][ususing]
(船或飞机的)航向,航线a direction or route followed by a ship or an aircraft
The plane was on/off course(= going/not going in the right direction) .
飞机航向正确╱偏离。
He radioed the pilot to change course .
他用无线电通知飞行员改变航向。
They set a course for the islands.
他们确定了去群岛的航线。
4.
[c][ususing]
方针;行动方向the general direction in which sb's ideas or actions are moving
The president appears likely to change course on some key issues.
总统看起来可能要在某些重要问题上改变方针。
Politicians are often obliged to steer a course between incompatible interests.
政治家常常被迫在互不相容的利益集团之间开辟航道。
行动action
5.
[c]
行动方式;处理方法a way of acting in or dealing with a particular situation
There are various courses open to us.
我们有多种处理方法可采取。
What course of action would you recommend?
你想推荐什么办法呢?
The wisest course would be to say nothing.
最明智的对策是缄口不语。
发展development
6.
[sing]
~ of sth
进展;进程the way sth develops or should develop
an event that changed the course of history
改变了历史进程的事件
The unexpected course of events aroused considerable alarm.
意外的事态发展引起了相当大的恐慌。
菜肴part of meal
7.
[c]
一道菜any of the separate parts of a meal
a four-course dinner
有四道菜的正餐
The main course was roast duck.
主菜是烤鸭。
比赛for races
8.
[c]
比赛场地;跑道;赛船水道;泳道an area of land or water where races are held
She was overtaken on the last stretch of the course.
她在最后一个直道上被超过。
江河of river
9.
[c][ususing]
江河流向the direction a river moves in
The path follows the course of the river.
小路沿河道延伸。
医疗medical treatment
10.
[c]
~ (of sth)
(医疗、服药等的)疗程a series of medical treatments, pills, etc.
to prescribe a course of antibiotics
开一个疗程抗生素的处方
墙壁in wall
11.
[c]
(砖、石等墙的)层a continuous layer of bricks, stone, etc. in a wall
A new damp-proof course could cost £1 000 or more.
新的防潮层可花掉 1 000 英镑以上。
IDM
The new textbook is in course of preparation.
新的教科书正在准备之中。
in course of sth
在…的过程中going through a particular process
The new textbook is in course of preparation.
新的教科书正在准备之中。
He's seen many changes in the course of his long life.
他在漫长的一生中目睹了许许多多的变化。
The company faces major challenges over the course of the next few years.
这家公司今后几年将面临重大的挑战。
in/over the course of…
在…期间;在…的时候during
He's seen many changes in the course of his long life.
他在漫长的一生中目睹了许许多多的变化。
The company faces major challenges over the course of the next few years.
这家公司今后几年将面临重大的挑战。
It is possible that in the course of time a cure for cancer will be found.
治疗癌症的方法终有一天能找到。
in the course of time
总有一天;最后;终于when enough time has passed
It is possible that in the course of time a cure for cancer will be found.
治疗癌症的方法终有一天能找到。
In the normal course of things we would not treat her disappearance as suspicious.
在一般情况下,她不露面,我们也不会觉得有什么可疑之处。
in the ordinary, normal, etc. course of events, things, etc.
按通常情况;在一般情况下;通常as things usually happen
In the normal course of things we would not treat her disappearance as suspicious.
在一般情况下,她不露面,我们也不会觉得有什么可疑之处。
‘Don't you like my mother?’ ‘Of course I do!’
“难道你不喜欢我母亲?”“当然喜欢!”
‘Will you be there?’ ‘Course I will.’
“你会去那里吗?”“当然会。”
‘Can I come, too?’ ‘Course you can.’
“我也可以来吗?”“当然可以。”
‘Can I have one of those pens?’ ‘Of course─help yourself.’
“我能在那些笔中拿一支吗?”“当然,自己拿吧。”
‘I did all I could to help.’ ‘Of course,’ he murmured gently.
“我尽全力帮忙了。”“当然。”他轻声低语道。
Ben, of course, was the last to arrive.
本当然是最后一个到的。
Of course, there are other ways of doing this.
当然还有别的方法做这件事。
of course
(informal)
(强调所说的话属实或正确)当然used to emphasize that what you are saying is true or correct
‘Don't you like my mother?’ ‘Of course I do!’
“难道你不喜欢我母亲?”“当然喜欢!”
‘Will you be there?’ ‘Course I will.’
“你会去那里吗?”“当然会。”
(informal)
(允许某人做某事的客气说法)当然used as a polite way of giving sb permission to do sth
‘Can I come, too?’ ‘Course you can.’
“我也可以来吗?”“当然可以。”
‘Can I have one of those pens?’ ‘Of course─help yourself.’
“我能在那些笔中拿一支吗?”“当然,自己拿吧。”
(informal)
(礼貌地同意某人刚说的话)当然used as a polite way of agreeing with what sb has just said
‘I did all I could to help.’ ‘Of course,’ he murmured gently.
“我尽全力帮忙了。”“当然。”他轻声低语道。
(表示所说的事不令人惊讶或具有普遍性)当然,自然used to show that what you are saying is not surprising or is generally known or accepted
Ben, of course, was the last to arrive.
本当然是最后一个到的。
Of course, there are other ways of doing this.
当然还有别的方法做这件事。
‘Are you going?’ ‘Of course not.’
“你要去吗?”“当然不去。”
‘Do you mind?’ ‘No, of course not.’
“你介意吗?”“不,当然不介意。”
of course not
(强调不同意)当然不used to emphasize the fact that you are saying ‘no’
‘Are you going?’ ‘Of course not.’
“你要去吗?”“当然不去。”
‘Do you mind?’ ‘No, of course not.’
“你介意吗?”“不,当然不介意。”
The American economy is on course for higher inflation than Britain by the end of the year.
美国经济很可能在今年年底前出现比英国高的通货膨胀。
on course for sth/to do sth
(因为已开始做而)很可能做成(或做)likely to achieve or do sth because you have already started to do it
The American economy is on course for higher inflation than Britain by the end of the year.
美国经济很可能在今年年底前出现比英国高的通货膨胀。
When her tears had run their course, she felt calmer and more in control.
等她哭够了,她就比较镇静,比较克制了。
With minor ailments the best thing is often to let nature take its course.
对于小病,往往最好是听其自然。
run/take its course
任其发展;听其自然to develop in the usual way and come to the usual end
When her tears had run their course, she felt calmer and more in control.
等她哭够了,她就比较镇静,比较克制了。
With minor ailments the best thing is often to let nature take its course.
对于小病,往往最好是听其自然。
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
快速地流动;奔流to move or flow quickly

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