- v.假定，认为; 承担; 装出; 呈现;
- 第三人称单数: assumes;
- 过去式: assumed;
- 过去分词: assumed;
- 现在分词: assuming;
You cannot assume that a speaker of English is ipso facto qualified to teach English.
It is reasonable to assume that he knew beforehand that this would happen.
It's risky to assume that we know what voters will be thinking in a year's time.
Don't assume your baby automatically needs feeding if she's fretful.
Most scientists who can present evidence of an environmental threat can reasonably assume that a pressure group will take up the issue.
Putting two and two together, I assume that this was the car he used.
Civilians assume, wrongly, that everything in the military runs smoothly.
We can assume that the moon will continue to go around the earth until the end of time.
They will only assume that, as a woman, the fault lies with me.
People assume they know me through and through the moment we meet.
Mr Cross will assume the role of Chief Executive with a team of four directors.
Let us assume those clubs actually win something. Then players will receive large bonuses.
If I go to a grocer I know and trust, I can safely assume the eggs will be fresh.
It would be wrong to assume that rich countries will always be able to insulate themselves with drugs against the ravages of new diseases.
Let's assume for a moment that I am a litigant in your court.
Let's assume for the sake of argument that we manage to build a satisfactory database.
Friends will see you are putting on a brave face and might assume you've got over your grief.
"Today?" — "I'd assume so, yeah."
Seeing as Mr Moreton is a doctor, I would assume he has a modicum of intelligence.
Mercifully some one arrived upon the scene to extricate him from the dilemma and assume the responsibility.
We can't just assume her guilt.
I think we can safely assume that this situation will continue.
They naively assume things can only get better.
The problem is beginning to assume mammoth proportions.
Fish populations assume highly localized distributions within each river.
We can't assume anything in this case.
When lights fuse, furniture gets rickety, pipes get clogged, wives automatically assume that their husbands will somehow put things right.
当电灯保险丝烧断 、 家具变得摇摇晃晃 、 水管变得堵塞时, 妻子们便会自然而然地认为丈夫总会设法修好的.
I assume that he won't cheat you.
Enterprise and institution are different property, assume the organization of different society function.
The man in the Google vehicle reported that he assumed the bus would slow down to let the car out, and so he did not switch to the manual mode.
I am about to make things more complicated by suggesting that what kind of facility an older person lives in may matter less than we have assumed.
In contrast," the researchers continue, "many regulations that don't assume people make rational choices have been successfully applied to control alcohol, a substance — like food — of which immoderate consumption leads to serious health problems.
The biggest problem is that couples assume each other know what's going on with their finances, but they don't.
As long as you don't mind continuing to work, assuming your health allows, you should be OK.
We were not only assumed to be thieves, but brilliant, greedy thieves.
I am not a mathematician, but I assume the rise from 70p to 90p is a rise of 25 percent.
This view assumes that rich societies will invest in environmental care.
In schools, teachers and pupils alike often assume that if a concept has been easy to learn, then the lesson has been successful.
People often assume that more money will make them happier
Back in the good old days—say, two years ago, when the last of my children suffered the ordeal (折磨)—a high-school student applying to college could procrastinate all the way to New Year's Day of their senior year, assuming they could withstand the parental pestering (烦扰).
Another question invites them to write about the importance (to them, agai of diversity―a word that has assumed magic power in American higher education.
Assuming that your teacher is neither biased nor corrupt and that her system conforms to school rules, you can't fault her ethics.
And the ice sheet was assumed to have been stable.
Eyeing these headwinds, plastic-bag makers are hiring scientists like stein to make the case that their products are not as bad for the planet as most people assume.
2018年高考英语浙江卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
In art criticism, you must assume the artist has a secret message hidden within the work.
2016年高考英语江苏卷 单项填空 原文
It is wrong to assume arts groups cannot make a profit.
2018年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 填空题 原文
It was assumed that those people for whom the role of volunteer was most part of their personal identity would also be most likely to continue volunteer work.
2015年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
We all assumed there would be one in the flat when we moved in, because that's what we read from the advertisement in the newspaper.
2017年高考英语浙江卷（11月） 听力 原文
We are so fond of our high intelligence that we assume that when it comes to brain power, more must be better.
2019年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 任务型阅读 原文
We assume that a large brain makes huge advantages.
2019年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 任务型阅读 原文
It assumes, falsely, I think, that the economic parts of the biotic clock will function without the uneconomic parts.
You might even be tempted to assume that humanity has little future to look forward to.
In the past couple of weeks a quarrel has illustrated the value to advertisers of such fine-grained information: Should advertisers assume that people are happy to be tracked and sent behavioural ads? Or should they have explicit permission?.
The basic compact underlying representative government, wrote Chief Justice John Roberts for the court,” assumes that public officials will hear from their constituents and act on their concerns.
1. take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof;
"I assume his train was late"
2. take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities;
"When will the new President assume office?"
3. take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect;
"His voice took on a sad tone"
"The story took a new turn"
"he adopted an air of superiority"
"She assumed strange manners"
"The gods assume human or animal form in these fables"
4. take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person;
"I'll accept the charges"
"She agreed to bear the responsibility"
5. occupy or take on;
"He assumes the lotus position"
"She took her seat on the stage"
"We took our seats in the orchestra"
"She took up her position behind the tree"
"strike a pose"
6. seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession;
"He assumed to himself the right to fill all positions in the town"
"he usurped my rights"
"She seized control of the throne after her husband died"
7. make a pretence of;
"She assumed indifference, even though she was seething with anger"
"he feigned sleep"
8. Christianity, obsolete; take up someone's soul into heaven;
"This is the day when May was assumed into heaven"
9. put clothing on one's body;
"What should I wear today?"
"He put on his best suit for the wedding"
"The princess donned a long blue dress"
"The queen assumed the stately robes"
"He got into his jeans"
assume, presume, suppose, guess, postulate