自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 攀登；登上 If you ascend a hill or staircase, you go up it.
Mrs Clayton had to hold Lizzie's hand as they ascended the steps...
Then we ascend steeply through forests of rhododendron.
VERB （楼梯、路）上升，升高 If a staircase or path ascends, it leads up to a higher position.
A number of staircases ascend from the cobbled streets onto the ramparts.
...an ascending spiral path leading to a tower.
VERB （通常指垂直地）上升 If something ascends, it moves up, usually vertically or into the air.
Keep the drill steady while it ascends and descends...
Nott and Dickinson set a new altitude record when they ascended 55,900 feet in their balloon.
VERB 升迁；升职；(君主)登基,即位 If someone ascends to an important position, they achieve it or are appointed to it. When someone ascends a throne, they become king, queen, or pope.
...the same year he ascended to power...
Before ascending to the bench, she was a lawyer in a large New York firm.
VERB （事业、社会地位）提高；晋升 If you ascend in your career or in society, you gradually achieve success or a higher status.
Mobutu ascended through the ranks, eventually becoming commander of the army...
They move freely from one department to another as they ascend the civil service ladder.
VERB （在某些宗教中指灵魂）升天，进入天堂 In some religions, when someone's soul goes to heaven, you can say that they ascend to heaven.
...the belief that the souls of the faithful and virtuous would ascend to heaven.
VERB （境界）上升；升华 If something or someone ascends to a higher level, they reach a state that is better than the one they were in before.
The story ascends from a gothic tragedy to a miraculous fairy-tale.