翻译
  • 简明词典(词霸)
  • 柯林斯词典
  • 牛津词典
  • ordained

    • [ɔ:ˈdeɪnd]

    释义

    • v.
      任命(某人)为牧师( ordain的过去式和过去分词 ); 授予(某人)圣职; (上帝、法律等)命令; 判定;
  • 实用场景例句

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    Destiny has ordained that they are who they are.

    命运已经决定了他们的性格为人。

    柯林斯例句

    He ordained his own priests, and threatened to ordain bishops.

    他自行任命了牧师,还扬言要任命主教。

    柯林斯例句

    Women have been ordained for many years in the Church of Scotland.

    苏格兰长老会多年前就已开始任命女性担任圣职。

    柯林斯例句

    He became a fully ordained monk at the age of 20.

    他在20岁的时候成了正式的修道士。

    柯林斯例句

    He had been ordained as a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church.

    他被任命为天主教的助祭。

    柯林斯例句

    He was ordained a Catholic priest in 1982.

    他于1982年被任命为天主教司铎。

    柯林斯例句

    His rule was ordained by heaven.

    他的统治乃是天命。

    柯林斯例句

    The law was divinely ordained.

    律法神定。

    柯林斯例句

    He was ordained in 1984.

    他在一九八四年被任命为牧师.

    《简明英汉词典》

    He was ordained priest.

    他被任命为牧师。

    辞典例句

    He ordained that the restrictions were to be lifted.

    他下令撤销各种限制.

    辞典例句

    Fate had ordained that he should die in poverty.

    命中注定他得死于贫困.

    辞典例句

    The Constitution has itself pointed out, ordained, and established that authority.

    宪法本身即指定, 制订与制立那一权威.

    辞典例句

    They are moving through the regular ordained orbit of friends and relatives.

    走亲访友也已经成了他们神圣的日常例行公事.

    辞典例句

    After 1366 the English language ordained in them dwindled away.

    1366年以后,法定的英语就越来越不景气了.

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. fixed or established especially by order or command;

      "at the time appointed (or the appointed time")

    • 2. invested with ministerial or priestly functions;

      "an ordained priest"

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