promise

英 ['prɒmɪs] 美 [ˈprɑmɪs]

n. 允诺;允诺的东西,约定的事项
vt. 允诺,答应;给人以…的指望,有…的可能

词形变化

时 态:prom·ised, prom·is·ing, prom·is·es
名 词:prom'is·er

常用短语
与 promise 相关的例句
  • 1.

    本杰明盼望音乐会

    Benjamin promised himself concert.

  • 2.

    晨雾预示好天气。

    Early mist promises fair weather.

  • 3.

    她愉快地答应帮忙。

    She promised to help with good cheer.

  • 4.

    校长答应去调查那件事情。

    The principal promised to investigate into that affair.

  • 5.

    我保证再也不隐瞒任何事了。

    I promise I'll never conceal anything any more.

英英解释

共2个名词解释

1.

a verbal commitment by one person to another agreeing to do (or not to do) something in the future

2.

grounds for feeling hopeful about the future
[] hope,promise
    []
  1. there is little or no promise that he will recover

共4个动词解释

1.

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

2.

promise to undertake or give
    []
  1. I promise you my best effort

3.

give grounds for expectations
    []
  1. The new results were promising
  2. The results promised fame and glory

4.

make a promise or commitment
[] assure,promise

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