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mobilise

US ['məʊbəlaɪz]
UK ['məʊbəlaɪz]
  • v.动员;组织;鼓动;调动
  • Web动员起来;发动
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v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sb)
组织;鼓动;动员to work together in order to achieve a particular aim; to organize a group of people to do this
The unions mobilized thousands of workers in a protest against the cuts.
各级工会组织了数千名工人抗议削减工资。
2.
[t]
~ sth
调动;调用to find and start to use sth that is needed for a particular purpose
They were unable to mobilize the resources they needed.
他们无法调用他们需要的资源。
3.
[t][i]
~ (sb/sth)
(战时)动员if a countrymobilizes its army, or if a country or armymobilizes , it makes itself ready to fight in a war
The troops were ordered to mobilize.
部队接到了动员令。

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