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vow

US [vaʊ]
UK [vaʊ]
  • v.发誓;起誓;立誓
  • n.誓言
  • Web誓约;许愿;宣誓
Plural Form:vows  Present Participle:vowing  Past Tense:vowed  
vow
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n.
1.
(尤指宗教的)誓,誓言,誓约a formal and serious promise, especially a religious one, to do sth
to make/take a vow
立誓;发誓
to break/keep a vow
违反╱履行誓约
to break your marriage vows
背弃婚姻誓约
Nuns take a vow of chastity.
修女矢发贞洁愿。
v.
1.
起誓;立誓;发誓to make a formal and serious promise to do sth or a formal statement that is true
She vowed never to speak to him again.
她发誓再也不和他说话了。
He vowed (that) he had not hurt her.
他起誓他没有伤害过她。
They vowed eternal friendship.
他们立誓要友谊长存。
‘I'll be back,’ she vowed.
“我会回来的。”她发誓道。

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