assent

US [əˈsent]
UK [ə'sent]
  • n.同意;赞成
  • v.赞成(要求、想法或建议)
  • Web赞同;认可;允许书
Simple Present:assents  Present Participle:assenting  Past Tense:assented  
assent
n.
1.
[u]
~ (to sth)
同意;赞成official agreement to or approval of sth
The director has given her assent to the proposals.
负责人已表示同意提案。
He nodded (his) assent.
他点头同意了。
There were murmurs of both assent and dissent from the crowd.
人群议论纷纷,赞成和反对的都有。
The bill passed in Parliament has now received (the) Royal Assent(= been approved by the king/queen) .
议会通过的法案已获御准。
v.
1.
[i]
~ (to sth).(+ speech)
同意,赞成(要求、想法或建议)to agree to a request, an idea or a suggestion
Nobody would assent to the terms they proposed.
谁也不会同意他们提出的条件。

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