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moderate

US [ˈmɑdərət]
UK [ˈmɒd(ə)rət]
  • v.缓和;使适中;审核评分(查看不同阅卷人所打分数是否公平一致)
  • adj.适度的;中等的;温和的;不激烈的
  • n.持温和观点者(尤指政见)
  • Web中度;有节制的
Plural Form:moderates  Present Participle:moderating  Past Tense:moderated  
moderate
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adj.
1.
适度的;中等的that is neither very good, large, hot, etc. nor very bad, small, cold, etc.
students of moderate ability
能力一般的学生
Even moderate amounts of the drug can be fatal.
这种药的用量即使不很大也会致命。
The team enjoyed only moderate success last season.
上个赛季,这个队伍只取得了中等成绩。
Cook over a moderate heat.
用文火烹调。
2.
温和的;不激烈的;不偏激的having or showing opinions, especially about politics, that are not extreme
moderate views/policies
温和的见解╱政策
a moderate socialist
温和的社会主义者
3.
适中的;合理的staying within limits that are considered to be reasonable by most people
a moderate drinker
不过多饮酒的人
moderate wage demands
合理的工资要求
v.
1.
[i][t]
缓和;使适中to become or make sth become less extreme, severe, etc.
By evening the wind had moderated slightly.
到黄昏时,风稍稍减弱了。
We agreed to moderate our original demands.
我们同意降低我们原先的要求。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
审核评分(查看不同阅卷人所打分数是否公平一致)to check that an exam has been marked fairly and in the same way by different people
3.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
主持(讨论、辩论等)to be in charge of a discussion or debate and make sure it is fair
The television debate was moderated by a law professor.
这场电视辩论由一位法学教授主持。
a moderated newsgroup
有主持人的网络新闻组
n.
1.
持温和观点者(尤指政见)a person who has opinions, especially about politics, that are not extreme

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