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reinforce

US [ˌriɪnˈfɔrs]
UK [ˌriːɪnˈfɔː(r)s]
  • v.加固;加强;充实;使更强烈
  • n.加固物
  • Web增强;增援;强化
Simple Present:reinforces  Present Participle:reinforcing  Past Tense:reinforced  
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加强;充实;使更强烈to make a feeling, an idea, etc. stronger
Such jokes tend to reinforce racial stereotypes.
这样的笑话往往进一步加深对种族的模式化观念。
The climate of political confusion has only reinforced the country's economic decline.
政局混乱只是加速了国家经济的衰退。
Success in the talks will reinforce his reputation as an international statesman.
谈判成功将会增强他作为国际政治家的声望。
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加固;使更结实to make a structure or material stronger, especially by adding another material to it
All buildings are now reinforced to withstand earthquakes.
所有建筑现都已加固,以抗地震。
reinforced steel
增强钢材
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给…加强力量(或装备);使更强大to send more people or equipment in order to make an army, etc. stronger
The UN has undertaken to reinforce its military presence along the borders.
联合国已经着手增强边境驻军。

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