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consign

US [kənˈsaɪn]
UK [kən'saɪn]
  • v.交付;(为摆脱而)把…置于;把…置于(令人不快的境地);打发
  • Web托运;委托;寄存
Simple Present:consigns  Present Participle:consigning  Past Tense:consigned  
consign
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v.
1.
~ sb/sth to sth
(为摆脱而)把…置于,把…交付给to put sb/sth somewhere in order to get rid of them/it
I consigned her letter to the wastebasket.
我把她的信丢进了废纸篓。
What I didn't want was to see my mother consigned to an old people's home.
我所不愿意的是看到我母亲被送进养老院。
2.
~ sb/sth to sth
把…置于(令人不快的境地);打发;发落to put sb/sth in an unpleasant situation
The decision to close the factory has consigned 6 000 people to the scrapheap .
关闭那家工厂的决定使 6 000 人遭到了遗弃。
A car accident consigned him to a wheelchair for the rest of his life.
一次车祸使他落得在轮椅上度过余生。
3.
~ sth to sb
交给;交付;寄送to give or send sth to sb

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