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exploit

US [ɪkˈsplɔɪt]
UK [ɪkˈsplɔɪt]
  • v.开发;利用;开拓;开采
  • n.英勇(或激动人心、引人注目)的行为
  • Web剥削;功绩
Simple Present:exploits  Present Participle:exploiting  Past Tense:exploited  
exploit
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v.
1.
~ sth
利用(…为自己谋利)to treat a person or situation as an opportunity to gain an advantage for yourself
He exploited his father's name to get himself a job.
他利用他父亲的名声为自己找到一份工作。
She realized that her youth and inexperience were being exploited.
她意识到因為自己少不更事而受人利用了。
2.
~ sb
剥削;压榨to treat sb unfairly by making them work and not giving them much in return
What is being done to stop employers from exploiting young people?
目前有什么措施制止雇主剥削年轻人呢?
3.
~ sth
运用;利用;发挥to use sth well in order to gain as much from it as possible
She fully exploits the humour of her role in the play.
她在剧中把她那个角色的幽默发挥得淋漓尽致。
4.
开发;开采;开拓to develop or use sth for business or industry
No minerals have yet been exploited in Antarctica.
南极洲的矿藏还未开采。
countries exploiting the rainforests for hardwood
为获取硬木而开发热带雨林的国家
n.
1.
[usupl]
英勇(或激动人心、引人注目)的行为a brave, exciting or interesting act
the daring exploits of Roman heroes
古罗马英雄的英勇壮举

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