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marshal

US [ˈmɑrʃ(ə)l]
UK [ˈmɑː(r)ʃ(ə)l]
  • n.空军元帅;司仪;典礼官;(美国法院的)执行官
  • v.结集;收集;安排;控制人群
  • Web马歇尔;马萨克;陆军元帅
Plural Form:marshals  Present Participle:marshaling  Present Participle:marshalling  Past Tense:marshaled  Past Tense:marshalled  
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n.
1.
(英国)陆军元帅,空军元帅an officer of the highest rank in the British army or air force
Field Marshal Lord Haig
陆军元帅黑格勋爵
Marshal of the Royal Air Force
皇家空军元帅
2.
司仪;典礼官a person responsible for making sure that public events, especially sports events, take place without any problems, and for controlling crowds
3.
(美国法院的)执行官(in the US) an officer whose job is to put court orders into effect
a federal marshal
联邦法庭的执法官
4.
(一些美国城市的)警察局长,消防局长(in some US cities) an officer of high rank in a police or fire department
v.
1.
~ sth
结集;收集;安排to gather together and organize the people, things, ideas, etc. that you need for a particular purpose
They have begun marshalling forces to send relief to the hurricane victims.
他们已经开始结集队伍将救济物资送给遭受飓风侵害的灾民。
to marshal your arguments/thoughts/facts
整理你的论点╱想法╱论据
2.
~ sb
控制人群;组织;维持秩序to control or organize a large group of people
Police were brought in to marshal the crowd.
警察奉命来维持秩序。

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