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prize

US [praɪz]
UK [praɪz]
  • n.奖;奖品;奖金;奖赏
  • adj.好得足以得奖的;应获奖的;优秀的;典范性的
  • v.珍视;高度重视
  • Web奖项;珍贵的;领奖
Plural Form:prizes  Present Participle:prizing  Past Tense:prized  
Prize
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n.
1.
奖;奖赏;奖励;奖品;奖金an award that is given to a person who wins a competition, race, etc. or who does very good work
She was awarded the Nobel Peace prize.
她获颁诺贝尔和平奖。
He won first prize in the woodwind section.
他获得木管乐器组一等奖。
There are no prizes for guessing(= it is very easy to guess) who she was with.
一下子就能猜出她和谁在一起了。
I won £500 in prize money .
我获得了 500 英镑的奖金。
Win a car in our grand prize draw !
参加我们的大抽奖,赢取一辆汽车!
2.
难能可贵的事物;难以争取的重要事物something very important or valuable that is difficult to achieve or obtain
World peace is the greatest prize of all.
世界和平是最可贵的。
adj.
1.
好得足以得奖的;应获奖的good enough to win a prize in a competition
prize cattle
能获奖的牛
2.
优秀的;典范性的;出类拔萃的being a very good example of its kind
a prize student
模范学生
He's a prize specimen of the human race!
他是人中楷模!
She's a prize idiot(= very silly) .
她是十足的蠢猪。
v.
1.
[usupass]
珍视;高度重视to value sth highly
an era when honesty was prized above all other virtues
尊诚实为美德之首的时代
Oil of cedarwood is highly prized for its use in perfumery.
雪松油可用于制香水,因此十分珍贵。

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