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assume

verb [T] (ACCEPT)
认可
 
 
/əˈsjuːm/ US  /-ˈsuːm/
to accept something to be true without question or proof
假定,假设;臆断,想当然地认为
[+ (that)] I assumed (that) you knew each other because you went to the same school.
你们不是上的同一所学校嘛?我还以为你们两个认识呢。
Let's assume (that) they're coming and make plans on that basis.
我们还是假定他们会来,并以此来作出计划。
[+ to infinitive] We can't assume the suspects to be guilty simply because they've decided to remain silent.
我们不能仅仅因为疑犯选择保持沉默就断定他们有罪。
We mustn't assume the suspects' guilt.
我们千万不能臆断犯罪嫌疑人有罪。
Imagining and conceiving
(Definition of assume verb (ACCEPT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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