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profess

US [prəˈfes]
UK [prə'fes]
  • v.宣称;信奉;妄称;伪称
  • Web声称;表示;承认
Simple Present:professes  Present Participle:professing  Past Tense:professed  
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v.
1.
妄称;伪称;声称to claim that sth is true or correct, especially when it is not
She still professes her innocence.
她仍然声称自己无辜。
I don't profess to be an expert in this subject.
我不敢自诩为这方面的专家。
2.
宣称;公开表明to state openly that you have a particular belief, feeling, etc.
He professed his admiration for their work.
他表示钦佩他们的工作。
She professed herself satisfied with the progress so far.
她表示对目前为止的进度很满意。
3.
~ sth
信奉,信仰(某一宗教)to belong to a particular religion
to profess Christianity/Islam/Judaism
信仰基督教╱伊斯兰教╱犹太教

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