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hope

美 [hoʊp]
英 [həʊp]
  • n.希望;期望;希望的东西;期望的事情
  • v.希望
  • 网络盼望;霍普;希望镇
复数:hopes  现在分词:hoping  过去式:hoped  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
希望,期望(某事发生)to want sth to happen and think that it is possible
We are hoping for good weather on Sunday.
我们盼望着星期天天气好。
All we can do now is wait and hope.
我们现在所能做的就是等候和期待。
‘Do you think it will rain?’ ‘ I hope not .’
“你觉得会下雨吗?”“但愿不会。”
‘Will you be back before dark?’ ‘ I hope so , yes.’
“你天黑之前能回来吗?”“但愿吧。”
I hope (that) you're okay.
我希望你平安无事。
Let's hope we can find a parking space.
希望咱们能找到个停车位。
It is hoped that over £10 000 will be raised.
希望筹款能超过 1 万英镑。
She is hoping to win the gold medal.
她希望赢得金牌。
We hope to arrive around two.
我们希望能在两点钟左右到达。
IDM
hope against hope (that…)
(尤指某事希望渺茫但)依旧抱一线希望to continue to hope for sth although it is very unlikely to happen
hope for the best
希望某事顺利;寄予最大的希望to hope that sth will happen successfully, especially where it seems likely that it will not
‘Nobody blames you.’ ‘I should hope not!’
“没有人责怪你呀。”“但愿没有!”
I should hope so/not|so I should hope
(informal)
希望如此╱不如此;但愿如此╱不如此used to say that you feel very strongly that sth should/should not happen
‘Nobody blames you.’ ‘I should hope not!’
“没有人责怪你呀。”“但愿没有!”
n.
1.
[u][c]
希望;期望a belief that sth you want will happen
There is now hope of a cure.
现在有望治愈了。
Hopes for the missing men are fading.
找到失踪者的希望逐渐渺茫。
There is little hope that they will be found alive.
活着找到他们的希望很渺茫。
They have given up hope of finding any more survivors.
他们已不抱希望再找到幸存者了。
She has high hopes of winning(= is very confident about it) .
她抱着必胜的信念。
The future is not without hope.
未来并非没有希望。
Don't raise your hopes too high, or you may be disappointed.
不要希望过高,否则你可能会失望的。
I'll do what I can, but don't get your hopes up .
我会尽力而为的,但别抱太大希望。
There is still a glimmer of hope .
仍有一线希望。
The situation is not good but we live in hope that it will improve.
情况不好,但我们依然希望会好转。
2.
[c]
~ (of/for sth).~ (for sb).~ (that…).~ (of doing sth)
希望的东西;期望的事情something that you wish for
She told me all her hopes, dreams and fears.
她把一切希望、梦想和担心都告诉了我。
They have high hopes for their children.
他们对自己的孩子们寄予厚望。
3.
[c][ususing]
~ (of sth).~ (for sb)
被寄予希望的人(或事物、情况)a person, a thing or a situation that will help you get what you want
He turned to her in despair and said, ‘You're my last hope .’
他绝望地向她求助说:“你是我最后的希望。”
The operation was Kelly's only hope of survival.
那次手术是凯利生存的唯一希望。
IDM
be beyond hope (of sth)
毫无希望to be in a situation where no improvement is possible
The doctors did not hold out much hope for her recovery.
医生们对她的痊愈不抱什么希望。
hold out little, etc. hope (of sth/that…)|not hold out any, much, etc. hope (of sth/that…)
不大相信某事会发生to offer little, etc. reason for believing that sth will happen
The doctors did not hold out much hope for her recovery.
医生们对她的痊愈不抱什么希望。
hope springs eternal
人生永远充满希望people never stop hoping
I called early in the hope of catching her before she went to work.
我很早就打了个电话,希望在她上班之前找到她。
He asked her again in the vain hope that he could persuade her to come(= it was impossible) .
他又问了她一次,徒然指望着能说服她来。
in the hope of sth|in the hope that…
抱着…的希望because you want sth to happen
I called early in the hope of catching her before she went to work.
我很早就打了个电话,希望在她上班之前找到她。
He asked her again in the vain hope that he could persuade her to come(= it was impossible) .
他又问了她一次,徒然指望着能说服她来。
She doesn't have a hope of winning.
她根本无望取胜。
not have a hope (in hell) (of doing sth)
(informal)
毫无机会;不抱希望to have no chance at all
She doesn't have a hope of winning.
她根本无望取胜。
some hope!
(informal)
毫无希望;妄想used to say that there is no chance at all that sth will happen

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