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summon

US [ˈsʌmən]
UK ['sʌmən]
  • v.召唤;鼓起;召集;传唤
  • Web号召;唤起
Simple Present:summons  Present Participle:summoning  Past Tense:summoned  
summon
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v.
1.
~ sb (to do sth)
传唤,传讯(出庭)to order sb to appear in court
He was summoned to appear before the magistrates.
他被传唤在地方法院出庭。
2.
~ sb (to sth).~ sb to do sth
召唤to order sb to come to you
In May 1688 he was urgently summoned to London.
1688 年 5 月,他被紧急召往伦敦。
She summoned the waiter.
她召唤服务员过来。
3.
~ sth
召集,召开(会议)to arrange an official meeting
to summon a meeting
召集会议
4.
~ sth
吁求;请求;争取to call for or try to obtain sth
to summon assistance/help/reinforcements
请求援助╱帮助╱增援
5.
~ sth (up)
鼓起;振作;使出to make an effort to produce a particular quality in yourself, especially when you find it difficult
She was trying to summon up the courage to leave him.
当时她试图鼓起勇气离开他。
I couldn't even summon the energy to get out of bed.
我甚至连下床的力气都没有。

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