government

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n.

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  • 政府;
  • 政府的;
  • 政治;
  • 内阁
1. He admitted that the government was in "a dreadful hole".
他承认政府目前“处境极为尴尬”。

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2. The enquiry dug deeper into the alleged financial misdeeds of his government.
这一调查对其政府涉嫌的财政违规行为展开了进一步深究。

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3. "Telmex" was bought off the government by a group of investors.
一批投资商从政府手中买下墨西哥电信公司。

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4. The federal government hiked the tax on hard liquor.
联邦政府提高了烈性酒的税率。

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5. The government wilted in the face of such powerful pressure.
政府面对如此大的压力,失去了信心。

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1. N-COUNT-COLL 政府;内阁 The government of a country is the group of people who are responsible for governing it. 
  • The Government has insisted that confidence is needed before the economy can improve.

    政府坚持认为只有坚定信心经济才会有起色。

  • ...democratic governments in countries like Britain and the US.

    诸如英美等国的民主政府

  • ...fighting between government forces and left-wing rebels.

    政府军和左翼叛乱分子之间的战斗

2. N-UNCOUNT (国家等的)治理,管理,执政 Government consists of the activities, methods, and principles involved in governing a country or other political unit. 
  • The first four years of government were completely disastrous.

    政府前4年的执政彻底失败。

  • ...our system of government.

    我们的政府体制

Usage Note :

Be careful with the spelling of this word. In Britain, the head of the government is the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister appoints the other ministers, who are responsible for particular areas of policy. The Prime Minister and other senior ministers together form the Cabinet. The policies of the government are debated and approved by Parliament, which consists of the House of Commons and the House of Lords. There are about 650 elected Members of Parliament (or MPs) in the House of Commons. In the United States, the head of the government is the President, who appoints the members of his administration. Policies are debated and approved by Congress, which consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate. Members of the House of Representatives are known as congressmen, congresswomen, or congresspeople, and members of the Senate are called senators.

注意该词的拼写。英国的政府首脑为首相(Prime Minister),首相任命各部大臣(minister),大臣负责政策的特定领域,首相与高级大臣组成内阁(Cabinet)。政府的政策在议会(Parliament)上讨论并通过,议会由下议院(House of Commons)和上议院(House of Lords)组成,下议院约有650名通过选举产生的议员(Member of Parliament, 亦称 MP)。美国的政府首脑为总统(President),总统任命政府(administration)各部部长。国家政策在国会(Congress)上讨论并通过,国会由参议院(Senate)与众议院(House of Representatives)组成,众议院议员称为congressman, congresswoman或congresspeople,参议院议员称为senator。

n.

1. 政府

  • Foreign governments have been consulted about this decision.
  • 这一决定曾征询过外国政府的意见。
  • The government is responsible for the provision of education for all the children.
  • 政府有责任向所有儿童提供教育。

2. 治理的形式; 政体

  • Their country has democratic government.
  • 他们国家实行民主政体。

3. (一国的)统治,治理,统治方式,管理方法

  • Government of a large city is very difficult.
  • 管理一个大城市是非常困难的。
Noun

1. the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit;

  • "the government reduced taxes"
  • "the matter was referred to higher authorities"

2. (government) the system or form by which a community or other political unit is governed;

  • "tyrannical government"

3. the act of governing; exercising authority;

  • "regulations for the governing of state prisons"
  • "he had considerable experience of government"

4. the study of government of states and other political units

法律
  • 1.政府

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