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warrant

US [ˈwɔrənt]
UK [ˈwɒrənt]
  • n.依据;许可证;执行令;授权令
  • v.使有必要;使正当;使恰当
  • Web认股权证;保证;正当理由
Plural Form:warrants  Present Participle:warranting  Past Tense:warranted  
warrant
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n.
1.
[c]
执行令;授权令a legal document that is signed by a judge and gives the police authority to do sth
an arrest warrant
逮捕证
They issued a warrant for her arrest.
当局发出了逮捕她的令状。
They had a warrant to search the house.
他们有搜查这座房子的搜查令。
2.
[c]
~ (for sth)
(接受款项、服务等的)凭单,许可证a document that gives you the right to receive money, services, etc.
3.
[u]
~ (for sth/for doing sth)
(做某事的)正当理由,依据an acceptable reason for doing sth
There is no warrant for such criticism.
这种批评毫无根据。
v.
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unwarranted
1.
使有必要;使正当;使恰当to make sth necessary or appropriate in a particular situation
Further investigation is clearly warranted.
进一步调查显然是必要的。
The situation scarcely warrants their/them being dismissed.
这种情况很难证明解雇他们是正当的。
IDM
I/Ill warrant (you)
我给你打保票;我向你保证used to tell sb that you are sure of sth and that they can be sure of it too

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