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lobbied is lobby's Past Participle

lobby

US [ˈlɑbi]
UK [ˈlɒbi]
  • v.游说;收买议员;运动通过议案;暗中运动
  • n.休息室;门厅;接待室;(表决时分别投票的)投票厅
  • Web进行游说;疏通;被游说的
Plural Form:lobbies  Past Participle:lobbied  Present Participle:lobbying  
lobbied
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n.
1.
[c]
(公共建筑物进口处的)门厅,前厅,大厅a large area inside the entrance of a public building where people can meet and wait
a hotel lobby
旅馆大厅
2.
[c]
(英国议会的)民众接待厅(in the British Parliament) a large hall that is open to the public and used for people to meet and talk to Members of Parliament
3.
[cspv]
(就某议题企图影响从政者的)游说团体a group of people who try to influence politicians on a particular issue
The gun lobby is/are against any change in the law.
赞同拥有枪支的团体反对作任何法律上的修改。
4.
[c][sing]
(就某议题企图影响从政者的)游说an organized attempt by a group of people to influence politicians on a particular issue
a recent lobby of Parliament by pensioners
领养老金者近来在议会的游说
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sb) (for/against sth)
游说(从政者或政府)to try to influence a politician or the government and, for example, persuade them to support or oppose a change in the law
Farmers will lobby Congress for higher subsidies.
农民将游说国会提高对农业的补贴。
Women's groups are lobbying to get more public money for children.
妇女组织在游说政府,要求增加对儿童的拨款。

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