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state

noun (CONDITION)
情况
 
 
/steɪt/
[C] a condition or way of being that exists at a particular time
状态;情形;状况
The building was in a state of disrepair.
这栋大楼年久失修。
She was found wandering in a confused state (of mind).
有人发现她到处游荡,神志恍惚。
Give me the keys - you're in no fit state to drive.
把钥匙给我——你状态不佳,不能开车。
After the accident I was in a state of shock.
事故之后,我惊魂未定。
I came home to an unhappy state of affairs (= situation).
我回到家时,心情十分沉重。
The kitchen was in its original state, with a 1920s sink and stove.
厨房还保留着最初的样子,有一个20世纪20年代的水槽和炉子。
Conditions and characteristics
the state of play UK Australian the present situation
现状
The article provides a useful summary of the current state of play in the negotiations.
这篇文章对谈判的现状作出了有用的总结。
Now
(Definition of state noun (CONDITION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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