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resist

US [rɪˈzɪst]
UK [rɪ'zɪst]
  • v.抵制;抵抗;抵挡;反抗
  • n.防染剂;防蚀用涂料;防腐剂
  • Web抗拒;对抗;忍住
Simple Present:resists  Present Participle:resisting  Past Tense:resisted  
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v.
1.
[t][i]
抵制;阻挡to refuse to accept sth and try to stop it from happening
to resist change
抵制变革
They are determined to resist pressure to change the law.
他们决心顶住要求改革法律的压力。
The bank strongly resisted cutting interest rates.
银行强烈反对降低利率。
2.
[i][t]
反抗;回击;抵抗to fight back when attacked; to use force to stop sth from happening
He tried to pin me down, but I resisted.
他试图按住我,但我奋力反抗。
She was charged with resisting arrest .
她被控拒捕。
3.
[t][i]
忍住;抵挡to stop yourself from having sth you like or doing sth you very much want to do
I finished the cake. I couldn't resist it .
我忍不住把整块蛋糕都吃了。
I found the temptation to miss the class too hard to resist.
我抵挡不住逃课的诱惑。
He couldn't resist showing off his new car.
他忍不住炫耀起了他的新车。
4.
[t]
~ sth
使不受…的伤害;抗(伤害)to not be harmed or damaged by sth
A healthy diet should help your body resist infection.
健康饮食有助于身体抗感染。
This new paint is designed to resist heat.
这种新油漆具有耐热性。

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