anticipate

英 [æn'tɪsɪpeɪt] 美 [ænˈtɪsəˌpet]

vt. 预期,占先,提前使用

词形变化

时 态:an·tic·i·pat·ed, an·tic·i·pat·ing, an·tic·i·pates
名 词:an·tic'i·pa'tor
形容词:an·tic'i·pa·to'ry

与 anticipate 相关的例句
  • 1.

    那个懒孩子因偷窃邮票而遭提前开除。

    The lazy boy anticipated his dismissal by stealing stamps.

  • 2.

    银行不可能提前付款。

    It is impossible for the bank to anticipate payment.

  • 3.

    损害程度比当初预想的要严重得多。

    Damage is much greater than was at first anticipated.

  • 4.

    我们买了很多食品准备迎接他们来访。

    We anticipated their visit by buying plenty of food.

  • 5.

    殷切地盼望早日来电。

    We anticipate a prompt reply from you.

英英解释

共6个动词解释

1.

regard something as probable or likely
[] expect,anticipate
    []
  1. The meteorologists are expecting rain for tomorrow

2.

realize beforehand
[] foreknow,foresee,anticipate,previse

3.

make a prediction about; tell in advance
[] forebode,foretell,anticipate,call,predict,prognosticate,promise
    []
  1. Call the outcome of an election

4.

be excited or anxious about
[] anticipate,look for,look to

5.

act in advance of; deal with ahead of time
[] counter,foresee,forestall,anticipate

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