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occasion

美 [əˈkeɪʒ(ə)n]
英 [ə'keɪʒ(ə)n]
  • n.时机;理由;原因;某次
  • v.使发生;造成;导致
  • 网络场合;机会;时刻
复数:occasions  现在分词:occasioning  过去式:occasioned  
occasion
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n.
1.
[c]
某次;…的时候a particular time when sth happens
on this/that occasion
这次;那次
I've met him on several occasions.
我曾见过他几次。
I can remember very few occasions when he had to cancel because of ill health.
我记得他因为健康不佳而被迫取消的情况绝无仅有。
They have been seen together on two separate occasions .
他们有两次被人看见在一起。
On one occasion, she called me in the middle of the night.
有一次她深更半夜打电话给我。
He used the occasion to announce further tax cuts.
他利用这个机会宣布再次减税。
2.
[c]
特别的事情(或仪式、庆典)a special event, ceremony or celebration
a great/memorable/happy occasion
伟大的╱难忘的╱欢乐的庆典
Turn every meal into a special occasion .
要把每一顿饭都弄得特别一些。
They marked the occasion(= celebrated it) with an open-air concert.
他们举办了露天音乐会来庆祝。
Their wedding turned out to be quite an occasion.
他们的婚礼办得相当隆重。
He was presented with the watch on the occasion of his retirement.
他在退休仪式上获赠这块手表。
3.
[sing]
~ (for sth/doing sth)
适当的机会;时机a suitable time for sth
It should have been an occasion for rejoicing, but she could not feel any real joy.
原本应该是高兴的时刻,她却丝毫未感到快乐。
I'll speak to him about it if the occasion arises(= if I get a chance).
有机会的话,我要跟他谈谈这件事。
4.
[u][sing]
理由;原因a reason or cause
I've had no occasion to visit him recently.
我最近无缘去拜访他。
Her death was the occasion of mass riots.
她的逝世引发了大规模的骚乱。
I'm willing to go to court over this if the occasion arises(= if it becomes necessary) .
如果必要的话,我愿意就此出庭。
IDM
He has been known on occasion to lose his temper.
大家都知道他有时会发脾气。
on occasion(s)
偶尔;偶然;有时sometimes but not often
He has been known on occasion to lose his temper.
大家都知道他有时会发脾气。
v.
1.
使发生;造成;导致to cause sth
The flight delay was occasioned by the need for a further security check.
这次航班的延误是由于必须做进一步的安全检查。
The decision occasioned us much anxiety.
这个决定让我们忧虑不堪。

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