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secure

US [sɪˈkjʊr]
UK [sɪˈkjʊə(r)]
  • v.保护;取得;保卫;抵押
  • adj.安心的;有把握的;可靠的;牢靠的
  • Web安全的;获得;安全性
Comparative Degree:securer  Superlative:securest  Simple Present:secures  Present Participle:securing  Past Tense:secured  
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adj.
满足;自信happy/confident
1.
安心的;有把握的feeling happy and confident about yourself or a particular situation
At last they were able to feel secure about the future.
他们终于觉得不必为将来而担忧了。
She finished the match, secure in the knowledge that she was through to the next round.
她打完比赛,知道自己已进入下一轮,心里踏实了。
可靠;保险certain/safe
2.
可靠的;牢靠的;稳固的likely to continue or be successful for a long time
a secure job/income
稳定的工作╱收入
It's not a very secure way to make a living.
以此谋生终非长久之计。
The future of the company looks secure.
看来公司未来不会有问题。
3.
~ (against/from sth)
安全的;稳妥的that cannot be affected or harmed by sth
Information must be stored so that it is secure from accidental deletion.
必须把资料保存起来,这样才不至于无意中删除。
建筑物;门;房间building/door/room
4.
严密把守的;牢固的;坚固的guarded and/or made stronger so that it is difficult for people to enter or leave
Check that all windows and doors have been made as secure as possible.
看看是不是所有的门窗都关紧了。
a secure unit for child offenders
少年犯拘留病房
牢固firm
5.
牢固的;稳固的;坚固的not likely to move, fall down, etc.
The aerial doesn't look very secure to me.
我看这天线不太牢固。
It was difficult to maintain a secure foothold on the ice.
在冰上不容易站稳脚。
Our relationship was now on a more secure footing.
现在,我们的关系有一个更为稳固的基础了。
v.
得到get sth
1.
(尤指经过努力)获得,取得,实现to obtain or achieve sth, especially when this means using a lot of effort
to secure a contract/deal
订立合同;达成协议
The team managed to secure a place in the finals.
球队拼得了决赛的一席之地。
She secured 2 000 votes.
她获得 2 000 票。
He secured a place for himself at law school.
他被法学院录取了。
He secured himself a place at law school.
他被法学院录取了。
牢靠地固定fasten firmly
2.
~ sth (to sth)
拴牢;扣紧;关严to attach or fasten sth firmly
She secured the rope firmly to the back of the car.
她把绳子牢牢地拴在车后面。
使不受危害protect from harm
3.
保护;保卫;使安全to protect sth so that it is safe and difficult to attack or damage
to secure a property against intruders
保护房产以免外人闯入
The windows were secured with locks and bars.
窗户已经插上栓,上了锁,都关好了。
a savings plan that will secure your child's future
为您孩子的未来提供保障的储蓄计划
借贷a loan
4.
~ sth
抵押to legally agree to give sb property or goods that are worth the same amount as the money that you have borrowed from them, if you are unable to pay the money back
a loan secured on the house
以房子作抵押的贷款

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