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parade

US [pəˈreɪd]
UK [pə'reɪd]
  • n.阅兵;游行;炫耀;检阅
  • v.游行;展览;游行庆祝;游行示威
  • Web巡游;列队行进;夸耀
Plural Form:parades  Present Participle:parading  Past Tense:paraded  
parade
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n.
公共庆典public celebration
1.
[c]
游行a public celebration of a special day or event, usually with bands in the streets and decorated vehicles
the Lord Mayor's parade
欢迎新市长大游行
St Patrick's Day parade in New York
纽约市圣帕特里克节庆祝游行
士兵of soldiers
2.
[c][u]
检阅;阅兵a formal occasion when soldiers march or stand in lines so that they can be examined by their officers or other important people
a military parade
军事检阅
They stood as straight as soldiers on parade .
他们像接受检阅的士兵一样站得笔直。
The latest software will be on parade at the exhibition.
最新软件将在展览会上展出。
系列series
3.
[c]
一系列(人或事)a series of things or people
Each generation passes through a similar parade of events.
每一代人都要经历一系列类似的事。
财富;知识wealth/knowledge
4.
[c][ususing]
~ of wealth, knowledge, etc.
夸示;炫耀an obvious display of sth, particularly in order to impress other people
一排商店row of shops
5.
[c]
有一排小商店的街道a street with a row of small shops
a shopping parade
购物街
v.
游行庆祝╱抗议walk to celebrate/protest
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
游行;游行庆祝;游行示威to walk somewhere in a formal group of people, in order to celebrate or protest about sth
The victorious team will parade through the city tomorrow morning.
明天上午获胜队将在城内举行庆祝游行。
公开展示show in public
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
招摇过市;大摇大摆to walk around in a way that makes other people notice you
People were parading up and down showing off their finest clothes.
人们走来走去,炫耀着他们最漂亮的服装。
3.
[t]
~ sb/sth + adv./prep.
展览;展示to show sb/sth in public so that people can see them/it
The trophy was paraded around the stadium.
奖杯被环绕着体育场高举展示。
The prisoners were paraded in front of the crowd.
囚犯被押解示众。
He is not one to parade his achievements.
他不是一个爱炫耀自己成就的人。
士兵of soldiers
4.
[i][t]
(使)列队行进,接受检阅to come together, or to bring soldiers together, in order to march in front of other people
The crowds applauded as the guards paraded past.
卫队列队走过时,人群鼓掌欢迎。
The colonel paraded his men before the Queen.
上校指挥士兵列队行进,接受女王的检阅。
佯装pretend
5.
[i][t]
(使)冒充,伪装,打扮成to pretend to be, or to make sb/sth seem to be, good or important when they are not
myth parading as fact
外表看似真实的神话
He paraded himself as a loyal supporter of the party.
他把自己伪装成该党的忠实支持者。

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