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rallies is rally's Simple Present

rally

US [ˈræli]
UK ['ræli]
  • v.召集;集合;复原;恢复健康
  • n.群众大会(尤指支持某信念或政党);拉力赛车;(争夺一分的)多拍
  • Web集会;连续;示威运动
Past Tense:rallied  Present Participle:rallying  Simple Present:rallies  
rallies
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n.
1.
[c]
公众集会,群众大会(尤指支持某信念或政党)a large public meeting, especially one held to support a particular idea or political party
to attend/hold a rally
参加╱召集大会
a peace/protest, etc. rally
和平集会、抗议集会等
a mass rally in support of the strike
支持罢工的群众大会
2.
[c]
拉力赛车a race for cars, motorcycles, etc. over public roads
the Monte Carlo rally
蒙特卡洛汽车拉力赛
rally driving
公路赛车
3.
[c]
(争夺一分的)多拍,多拍回合a series of hits of the ball before a point is scored
4.
[sing]
止跌回升an act of returning to a strong position after a period of difficulty or weakness
After a furious late rally, they finally scored.
他们后来状态恢复迅速,终于得分了。
a rally in shares on the stock market
证券市场股票的止跌回升
v.
1.
[i][t]
召集;集合to come together or bring people together in order to help or support sb/sth
The cabinet rallied behind the Prime Minister.
内阁团结一致支持首相。
Many national newspapers rallied to his support.
许多全国性报纸一致对他表示支持。
They have rallied a great deal of support for their campaign.
他们为竞选活动征得了大量的支持。
2.
[i]
复原;恢复健康;振作精神to become healthier, stronger, etc. after a period of illness, weakness, etc.
He never really rallied after the operation.
手术后,他根本没有真正康复。
The champion rallied to win the second set 6–3.
冠军选手振作精神,以 6:3 赢下第二局。
3.
[i]
价格回升;跌后回升to increase in value after falling in value
The company's shares had rallied slightly by the close of trading.
这家公司的股票价格在收盘前略有回升。
The pound rallied against the dollar.
英镑对美元的比值回升了。

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