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able

简单释义:


adj. 会;有为;〔接不定式〕能;有才能的

网络 能干的;能够;有能力的

变形:

比较级:abler  最高级:ablest  


完整释义:


adj.

1.〔接不定式〕能;会
2.有才能的,有本事的,能干的
3.(行为等)显示出才华的
4.【法律】有法定资格的
5.精明能干的;干练的
6.有为;颇有出息的
7.出色的
8.有力的
9.〔律〕有法定资格的


例句:

  1. It depends on how hard the two teams push themselves today. But we are able to keep up with the pace of any opponent. That will help us.
    这要看两队今天的努力程度,我们会跟上对手的比赛节奏。

  2. (of an action, especially a test or experiment) done without being able to see or without being in possession of certain information.
    (行动,尤指试验或实验)未掌握一定信息的,盲目的。

  3. The firm has been able to control the price of music, boosting sales of iPods but not bringing the record companies a great deal of money.
    苹果公司能够控制音乐价格了,这抬升了iPods的销售额但却对唱片公司赚钱没什么帮助。

  4. Were immutable , then such hostile code would not be able to modify our program state in such a confusing and dangerous way .
    是不变的,那么这种恶意的代码就不能以如此令人混乱而危险的方法修改我们的程序状态了。

  5. Good. I wish you didn't have to stay here. Kyle's going to talk to Allison, and I assume everyone else, but then you'll be able to come out.
    很好,我希望你不用一直呆在这里,凯尔会和艾莉森还有其他人解释的,随后你就可以出来了。

  6. Civic leaders in London and Los Angeles said they might be able to take the Games instead, if they worked quickly.
    伦敦和洛杉矶的市政部门负责人表示,如果动作够迅速的话,他们或许能接手承办奥运会。

  7. Patient: I haven't been able to hear well for some time and it seems to get worse as I get older.
    我听力不好已经有些时候了,而且似乎年岁愈大,听力愈差。

  8. My feelings for you are very real although I'm afraid at times but I'm not able to have control over it.
    我对你的感情是非常真实的,虽然我很害怕,但我有时不能够得到控制它。

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