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prescribe

US [prɪˈskraɪb]
UK [prɪ'skraɪb]
  • v.规定;命令;指示;给…开(药)
  • Web开处方;开药方
Simple Present:prescribes  Present Participle:prescribing  Past Tense:prescribed  
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v.
1.
给…开(药);让…采用(疗法);开(处方)to tell sb to take a particular medicine or have a particular treatment; to write a prescription for a particular medicine, etc.
Valium is usually prescribed to treat anxiety.
安定剂通常用于治疗焦躁。
He may be able to prescribe you something for that cough.
他也许能给你开一些咳嗽药。
2.
规定;命令;指示to say what should be done or how sth should be done
The prescribed form must be completed and returned to this office.
必须把指定的表格填好并交回本办事处。
Police regulations prescribe that an officer's number must be clearly visible.
警政制度规定,警察的编号必须清晰可见。
The syllabus prescribes precisely which books should be studied.
教学大纲明确规定了哪些是必读的书。

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