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issue

noun [C] (SUBJECT) 议题     /ˈɪʃ.uː/ /ˈɪs.juː/
a subject or problem which people are thinking and talking about 问题;议题 environmental/ethical/personal issues 环境/道德/个人问题 As employers we need to be seen to be addressing (= dealing with) these issues sympathetically. 作为雇主,我们需要让大家知道我们在处理这些问题时富有同情心。 Don't worry about who will do it - that's just a side issue (= not the main problem). 不要担心这件事由谁来做——那只是次要问题。 Topics and areas of interest
at issue
most important in what is being discussed (所讨论问题中)最重要的,关键的 The point at issue is what is best for the child. 问题的关键在于什么样的东西对孩子最好。 Debate and discussionVery important or urgent
make an issue of sth disapproving
to make something seem more important than it should be, or to argue about it 对…小题大做;为…争论 Of course I'll help you, there's no need to make an issue of it. 我当然会帮你,没必要把这当作什么大不了的事。 Complaining
take issue with sth formal
to disagree strongly 对…持强烈异议,很不赞同 I took issue with him over his interpretation of the instructions. 我不赞同他对命令的理解。 Arguing and disagreeing
have issues (with sb/sth)
to have difficulty or disagreement with someone or something 有问题(或麻烦);(与…)有分歧 All the people in the study had low self-esteem and had issues with their bodies. 研究中的所有对象自尊心都不强,对自身体形都有所不满。 Anna has major issues with her employer. 安娜与她的老板有严重分歧。 Arguing and disagreeing
(Definition of issue noun (SUBJECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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