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preside

US [ˌpriˈzaɪd]
UK [priˈzaɪd]
  • v.主持(会议、仪式等);担任(会议)主席
  • Web指挥;主奏;负责
Simple Present:presides  Present Participle:presiding  Past Tense:presided  
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主持(会议、仪式等);担任(会议)主席to lead or be in charge of a meeting, ceremony, etc.
the presiding judge
首席法官
They asked if I would preside at the committee meeting.
他们问我是否会主持委员会会议。
The party presided over one of the worst economic declines in the country's history(= it was in power when the decline happened) .
该党执政时期,国家经历了历史上最严重的经济衰退。

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