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VERB 告诉;告知 If you tell someone something, you give them information.
In the evening I returned to tell Phyllis our relationship was over...
I called Andie to tell her how spectacular the stuff looked...
VERB 说(笑话);讲(故事);讲述(个人经历) If you tell something such as a joke, a story, or your personal experiences, you communicate it to other people using speech.
His friends say he was always quick to tell a joke...
He told his story to The Sunday Times and produced photographs...
VERB 叫;命令;吩咐;建议 If you tell someone to do something, you order or advise them to do it.
A passer-by told the driver to move his car so that it was not causing an obstruction...
She told me on the telephone to come help clean the house.
VERB 劝说，告诫，鼓舞(自己) If you tell yourself something, you put it into words in your own mind because you need to encourage or persuade yourself about something.
'Come on', she told herself...
I told myself I would be satisfied with whatever I could get.
VERB 判断;断定;看出 If you can tell what is happening or what is true, you are able to judge correctly what is happening or what is true.
It was already impossible to tell where the bullet had entered...
I couldn't tell if he had been in a fight or had just fallen down...
VERB 区分;辨别;识别 If you can tell one thing from another, you are able to recognize the difference between it and other similar things.
I can't really tell the difference between their policies and ours...
How do you tell one from another?...
VERB 说出秘密;泄密 If you tell, you reveal or give away a secret.
Many of the children know who they are but are not telling.
VERB (事实、事件)表明，说明，显示 If facts or events tell you something, they reveal certain information to you through ways other than speech.
The facts tell us that this is not true...
I don't think the unemployment rate ever tells us much about the future...
VERB (不快的或令人疲倦的经历)产生效果，产生影响 If an unpleasant or tiring experience begins to tell, it begins to have a serious effect.
The pressure began to tell as rain closed in after 20 laps...
跑完 20 圈以后，眼看就要下雨了，大家开始紧张起来。
The strains of office are beginning to tell on the prime minister.
PHRASE 就…所知;据…所知 You use as far as I can tell or so far as I could tell to indicate that what you are saying is based on the information you have, but that there may be things you do not know.
As far as I can tell, Jason is basically a nice guy...
So far as anyone can tell, there's evidence that there was a Robin Hood...
CONVENTION (用来强调所说的话)我可以肯定/我敢说/我没法形容 You can say 'I tell you', 'I can tell you', or 'I can't tell you' to add emphasis to what you are saying.
I tell you this, I will not rest until that day has come...
This little letter gave us a few chuckles, I can tell you...
CONVENTION 谁也说不准;很难说 If you say 'You never can tell', you mean that the future is always uncertain and it is never possible to know exactly what will happen.
You never can tell what life is going to bring you.
CONVENTION 我早就告诉过你;我说的没错吧 If someone disagrees with you or refuses to do what you suggest and you are eventually proved to be right, you can say 'I told you so'.
Her parents did not approve of her decision and, if she failed, her mother would say, 'I told you so.'
CONVENTION 我的建议是，听我说(用来引出建议或转换话题) You use I'll tell you what or I tell you what to introduce a suggestion or a new topic of conversation.
I tell you what, I'll bring the water in a separate glass.