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court

美 [kɔrt]
英 [kɔː(r)t]
  • n.法院;宫廷;院子;求婚
  • v.追求;求婚;寻求;吸引
  • 网络球场;法庭;庭院
复数:courts  现在分词:courting  过去分词:courted  
court
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n.
法律law
1.
[c][u]
法院;法庭;审判庭the place where legal trials take place and where crimes, etc. are judged
the civil/criminal courts
民事╱刑事法庭
Her lawyer made a statement outside the court.
她的律师在法庭外面发表了一份声明。
She will appear in court tomorrow.
她明天出庭。
They took their landlord to court for breaking the contract.
因为房东毁约,他们把他告上了法庭。
The case took five years to come to court(= to be heard by the court) .
那案件历时五年才被法庭受理。
There wasn't enough evidence to bring the case to court(= start a trial) .
没有足够的证据可把此案提交法庭。
He won the court case and was awarded damages.
他胜诉得到了赔偿金。
She can't pay her tax and is facing court action .
她缴不起税,将面临法庭诉讼。
The case was settled out of court(= a decision was reached without a trial) .
这案件已庭外和解。
2.
[sing]
全体出庭人员;(尤指)全体审判人员the people in a court , especially those who make the decisions, such as the judge and jury
Please tell the court what happened.
请向法庭陈述事情的经过。
体育运动for sport
3.
[c]
(网球等的)球场a place where games such as tennis are played
a tennis/squash/badminton court
网球场;壁球场;羽毛球场
He won after only 52 minutes on court .
他上场仅 52 分钟就赢得了胜利。
国王;女王kings/queens
4.
[c][u]
王宫;宫殿;宫廷the official place where kings and queens live
the court of Queen Victoria
维多利亚女王的宫廷
5.
[sing]
王室人员;王宫人员the king or queen, their family, and the people who work for them and/or give advice to them
建筑物buildings
6.
[c]
(用于套房、公寓或某些短街区的名称)公寓大楼,短街;(英国用于某些大型宅第的名称)宅第,邸宅used in the names of blocks of flats or apartment buildings, or of some short streets; (in Britain) used in the name of some large houses
7.
[c]
建筑物的开阔部分(常有玻璃房顶);大厅;馆a large open section of a building, often with a glass roof
the food court at the shopping mall
大型购物中心的食品区
IDM
hold court (with sb)
(讲趣闻或笑话)使人快乐,逗人乐to entertain people by telling them interesting or funny things
The charges were thrown out of court.
这些指控未予受理。
Well that's my theory ruled out of court.
唉,那就是我遭到摒弃的意见。
rule/throw sth out of court
(尤指在法庭上)指明完全错误,不予考虑,不予受理to say that sth is completely wrong or not worth considering, especially in a trial
The charges were thrown out of court.
这些指控未予受理。
Well that's my theory ruled out of court.
唉,那就是我遭到摒弃的意见。
v.
试图取悦try to please
1.
[t]
~ sb
(为有所求,尤指为寻求支持而)试图取悦,讨好,争取to try to please sb in order to get sth you want, especially the support of a person, an organization, etc.
Both candidates have spent the last month courting the media.
两位候选人在过去的一个月里都在取悦媒体。
试图得到try to get
2.
[t]
~ sth
试图获得;博得to try to obtain sth
He has never courted popularity.
他从不追求名望。
招致灾祸invite sth bad
3.
[t]
~ sth
招致,酿成,导致(不愉快的事)to do sth that might result in sth unpleasant happening
to court danger/death/disaster
招致危险╱死亡╱灾难
As a politician he has often courted controversy.
作为政治人物,他常常招致争议。
建立感情have relationship
4.
[t]
~ sb
(向女子)求爱,求婚if a mancourts a woman, he spends time with her and tries to make her love him, so that they can get married
5.
[i]
恋爱to have a romantic relationship before getting married
At that time they had been courting for several years.
当时他们已经谈了好几年的恋爱了。

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