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VERB USES 动词用法
VERB 意思是;表示…的意思;作…解释 If you want to know what a word, code, signal, or gesture means, you want to know what it refers to or what its message is.
In modern Welsh, 'glas' means 'blue'...
What does 'evidence' mean?...
VERB 意指;表示;意思是说 If you ask someone what they mean, you are asking them to explain exactly what or who they are referring to or what they are intending to say.
Do you mean me?...
Let me illustrate what I mean with an old story...
VERB (某事)对(某人)很重要，要紧,意义重大 If something means something to you, it is important to you in some way.
The idea that she witnessed this shameful incident meant nothing to him...
It would mean a lot to them to win.
VERB 表明…存在;表示…属实 If one thing means another, it shows that the second thing exists or is true.
An enlarged prostate does not necessarily mean cancer...
Just because he has a beard doesn't necessarily mean he's a hippy.
VERB 导致;产生…的结果 If one thing means another, the first thing leads to the second thing happening.
It would almost certainly mean the end of NATO...
Trade and product discounts can also mean big savings...
VERB 涉及；包含 If doing one thing means doing another, it involves doing the second thing.
Children universally prefer to live in peace and security, even if that means living with only one parent...
Managing well means communicating well.
VERB 对…当真;对…严肃认真 If you say that you mean what you are saying, you are telling someone that you are serious about it and are not joking, exaggerating, or just being polite.
He says you're fired if you're not back at work on Friday. And I think he meant it...
He could see I meant what I said. So he took his fur coat and left.
VERB 有意;故意 If you say that someone meant to do something, you are saying that they did it deliberately.
I didn't mean to hurt you...
If that sounds harsh, it is meant to...
VERB 本意并非;并未打算 If you say that someone did not mean any harm, offence, or disrespect, you are saying that they did not intend to upset or offend people or to cause problems, even though they may in fact have done so.
I'm sure he didn't mean any harm...
I didn't mean any offence. It was a flippant, off-the-cuff remark.
VERB 计划;打算;准备 If you mean to do something, you intend or plan to do it.
Summer is the perfect time to catch up on the new books you meant to read...
You know very well what I meant to say...
VERB 注定（或肯定）要… If you say that something was meant to happen, you believe that it was made to happen by God or fate, and did not just happen by chance.
John was constantly reassuring me that we were meant to be together.
PHRASE 我的意思是，也就是说（用于使表述更加清楚） You say 'I mean' when making clearer something that you have just said.
It was his idea. Gordon's, I mean...
Is something upsetting you—I mean, apart from this business?
PHRASE (用于引出主张，尤指证明自己刚才所说的话) You can use 'I mean' to introduce a statement, especially one that justifies something that you have just said.
I'm sure he wouldn't mind. I mean, I was the one who asked him...
They were filled with racial stereotypes, I mean, it looked like something from the 1930s.
PHRASE 我的意思是(用于纠正之前所说的话) You say I mean when correcting something that you have just said.
It was law or classics—I mean English or classics.
PHRASE 理解…的滋味;了解…的影响 If you know what it means to do something, you know everything that is involved in a particular activity or experience, especially the effect that it has on you.
I know what it means to lose a child under such tragic circumstances.
PHRASE 听说过;了解 If a name, word, or phrase means something to you, you have heard it before and you know what it refers to.
'Oh, Gairdner,' he said, as if that meant something to him...
Does the word 'Fareham' mean anything to anyone?
有人对 Fareham 这个词有印象吗？
PHRASE 出于好意;怀有善意 If you say that someone means well, you mean they are trying to be kind and helpful, even though they might be causing someone problems or upsetting them.
I know you mean well, but I can manage by myself.
PHRASE (疑问句中用于询问对方自己的理解是否正确)你是说 You use 'you mean' in a question to check that you have understood what someone has said.
What accident? You mean Christina's?...
'What if I had said no?' 'About the apartment, you mean?'
ADJECTIVE USES 形容词用法
ADJ-GRADED 吝啬的;小气的 If you describe someone as mean, you are being critical of them because they are unwilling to spend much money or to use very much of a particular thing.
Don't be mean with fabric, otherwise curtains will end up looking skimpy.
ADJ-GRADED （数目）微薄的，少得可怜的 If you describe an amount as mean, you are saying that it is very small.
...the meanest grant possible from the local council.
ADJ-GRADED 不友好的;刻薄的 If someone is being mean, they are being unkind to another person, for example by not allowing them to do something.
The little girls had locked themselves in upstairs because Mack had been mean to them...
I'd feel mean saying no.
ADJ-GRADED （指人或动物）脾气极坏的，残忍的 If you describe a person or animal as mean, you are saying that they are very bad-tempered and cruel.
...the meanest fighter in the world.
ADJ-GRADED （地方）简陋的，破旧的 If you describe a place as mean, you think that it looks poor and dirty.
He was raised on the mean streets of the central market district of Panama City.
ADJ 在行的;熟练的;拿手的 You can use mean in expressions such as 'He plays a mean trumpet' and 'She mixes a mean cocktail' to indicate that someone does something extremely well.
He cooks a mean salmon...
Marge played a mean game of tennis.
PHRASE 高水平的;上乘的;优秀的 You can use no mean in expressions such as 'no mean writer' and 'no mean golfer' to indicate that someone does something well.
She was no mean performer on a variety of other instruments...
Moreover, Ramsay was no mean thinker himself.
PHRASE 了不起的;令人自豪的 You can use no mean in expressions such as 'no mean achievement' and 'no mean task' to indicate that someone has done something they deserve to be proud of.
To destroy 121 enemy aircraft is no mean record...
Repton reached the final, and since around 1,500 schools entered the competition, that was no mean achievement.
NOUN USE 名词用法
N-SING 平均数;平均值 The mean is a number that is the average of a set of numbers.
Take a hundred and twenty values and calculate the mean.
...the mean score for 26-year-olds.