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pronounce

verb [T] (TO STATE) 声明     /prəˈnaʊnts/ formal
to state something officially or certainly 宣称;宣布;断言 [+ obj + noun/adj ] He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival. 他被送往医院,到了医院就被宣布已死亡。 The jury pronounced him guilty. 陪审团宣布他有罪。 He gazed vacantly while the verdict and sentence were pronounced. 在宣读判决时,他面无表情地瞪着眼睛。 She surveyed the building and pronounced herself pleased with their work. 她勘查了这栋楼,称自己对他们的工作很满意。 [+ that] The government pronounced that they are no longer a nuclear state. 该政府宣布其不再是核国家。 "Have I met him?" "You have indeed - I recall you pronounced the man (= said that he was) a fool." “我见过他吗?”“你确实见过——我记得你说这个人是傻瓜。” The dessert was tried and pronounced delicious. 人们品尝了这道甜点,赞其味美。 Announcing, informing and stating
Translations of “pronounce”
in Arabic يَنْطِق…
in Korean 발음하다…
in Malaysian menyebut, mengumumkan…
in French prononcer…
in Turkish telâffuz etmek, sesletmek…
in Italian pronunciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲明, 宣稱, 宣佈…
in Russian произносить…
in Polish wymawiać…
in Vietnamese phát âm, tuyên bố…
in Spanish pronunciar…
in Portuguese pronunciar…
in Thai ออกเสียง, ประกาศ…
in German aussprechen, verkünden…
in Catalan pronunciar…
in Japanese ~を発音する…
in Indonesian mengucapkan, mengumumkan…
(Definition of pronounce verb (TO STATE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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