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PHR-MODAL (按计划或期望)应当，应该，须 If you say that something is supposed to happen, you mean that it is planned or expected. Sometimes this use suggests that the thing does not really happen in this way.
He produced a handwritten list of nine men he was supposed to kill...
他拿出了一份手写的名单，上面列有 9 个他应该要杀死的人。
Public spending is supposed to fall, not rise, in the next few years.
PHR-MODAL 本应该(发生而没有发生) If something was supposed to happen, it was planned or intended to happen, but did not in fact happen.
He was supposed to go back to Bergen on the last bus, but of course the accident prevented him...
The first debate was supposed to have been held on Tuesday.
PHR-MODAL 认为;觉得;相信 If you say that something is supposed to be true, you mean that people say it is true but you do not know for certain that it is true.
'The Whipping Block' has never been published, but it's supposed to be a really good poem...
'The President cannot be disturbed,' his son is supposed to have told an early morning caller.
PHR-MODAL (表示恼怒)还是，竟 You can use 'be supposed to' to express annoyance at someone's ideas, or because something is not happening in the proper way.
You're supposed to be my friend!...
Don't try to tell me what I'm supposed to be feeling...
ADJ 误以为的;误信的;所谓的 You can use supposed to suggest that something that people talk about or believe in may not in fact exist, happen, or be as it is described.
Not all indigenous regimes were willing to accept the supposed benefits of British trade.
...when the rule of law is broken by its supposed guardians.