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自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-COUNT 事件;（尤指）特殊事件，重大事件 An event is something that happens, especially when it is unusual or important. You can use events to describe all the things that are happening in a particular situation.
...the events of Black Wednesday...
...in the wake of recent events in Europe...
N-COUNT （社交聚会、体育比赛等有计划、有组织的）活动 An event is a planned and organized occasion, for example a social gathering or a sports match.
The cross-country section of the three-day event was held here yesterday.
...major sporting events.
N-COUNT （体育比赛等的）比赛项目 An event is one of the races or competitions that are part of an organized occasion such as a sports meeting.
A solo piper opens Aberdeen Highland Games at 10am and the main events start at 1pm.
PHRASE 万一发生…；如果是那样子的话；假若… You use in the event of ,in the event that, and in that event when you are talking about a possible future situation, especially when you are planning what to do if it occurs.
The bank has agreed to give an immediate refund in the unlikely event of an error being made...
In the event that any part of the deal may be blocked, the rest would go ahead.
PHRASE 无论如何;不管怎样 You say in any event after you have been discussing a situation, in order to indicate that what you are saying is true or possible, in spite of anything that has happened or may happen.
In any event, the bowling alley restaurant proved quite acceptable.
PHRASE 结果;到头来 You say in the event after you have been discussing what could have happened in a particular situation, in order to indicate that you are now describing what actually did happen.
'Don't underestimate us', Norman Willis warned last year. There was, in the event, little danger of that.