- adj.事先准备好的; 愿意的; 期望的;
- v.准备( prepare的过去式和过去分词); 预备（饭菜）; 配备; 使（自己）有准备;
She had prepared a very elaborate meal.
No one was prepared to forgo their lunch hour to attend the meeting.
A written submission has to be prepared.
A minority of officers were prepared to bend the rules.
Are you prepared to take industrial action?
Nobody was prepared to risk prosecution by actually naming names.
I clean forgot everything I had prepared.
The President, trying to be cute, said his liberal arts education had not really prepared him for such complicated issues as this.
He prepared a complete refutation of the Republicans' most serious charges.
The world will be different, and we will have to be prepared to adapt to the change.
He's a big man and he's prepared to dish it out if he has to.
Be prepared for lots of rejections before you land a job.
We are not prepared to write a blank cheque for companies that have run into trouble.
He gallantly kissed Marie's hand as we prepared to leave.
The doctor prepared to prescribe a receipt.
We sat down to a wonderful meal prepared by my uncle.
Is the meal prepared for our guests?
这是为我们的客人准备的饭菜 吗 ?
Early experiments with military rockets prepared the ground for space travel.
The important question is whether he is prepared to go to war to achieve his territorial ambitions.
The lawyer nib his pen, spread out his paper, and prepared to write.
那律师装上笔尖; 摊开纸张, 准备缮写.
She prepared to undo the band of cloth around his arm which had served as tourniquet.
We were not prepared for the rain.
He prepared Mary against bad news.
Those children certainly disposed of all the food that I prepared for the party!
I was prepared for the worst when I heard the news.
He forgot his carefully prepared opening remarks.
Get prepared so that you can set off immediately if sth . happens.
Be prepared against war, be prepared against natural disasters , and do everything for the people.
Moreover, students should be prepared not just for their first job, but for their 4th and 5th jobs, as there's little reason to doubt that people entering the workforce today will be called upon to play many different roles over the course of their careers.
The ones who will do the best in this new environment will be those whose educations have prepared them to be flexible
We encourage students to go on to college whether they are prepared or not, or have a clear sense of purpose or interest, and now have the highest college dropout rate in the world
The Three-Year Solution Hartwick College, a small liberal-arts school in upstate New York, makes New York, makes this offer to well prepared students: earn your undergraduate degree in three years instead of four, and save about 543,000—the amount of one year's tuition and fees
But you have to be prepared for a long wait, maybe up to two years.
Perhaps, the study speculated, having a white roommate helps academically prepared black students adjust to a predominantly white university.
As he prepared the speech, Juan kept asking himself, "How can I make this clear and meaningful to someone who knows nothing about earthquakes or geological principles?
He also prepared visual aids, diagramming photo line, so his classmates wouldn't get confused
Are you prepared for a bigger one?
2016年高考英语北京卷 听力 原文
Over the next few days, they sent out invitations and prepared desserts for their guests.
2015年高考英语北京卷 完形填空 原文
Students taking a gap year are better prepared for college studies.
2015年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读C 题设
They were not well prepared for emotional risks.
2018年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文收起真题例句
1. made ready or fit or suitable beforehand;
"a prepared statement"
"be prepared for emergencies"
2. having made preparations;
"prepared to take risks"
3. equipped or prepared with necessary intellectual resources;
"graduates well equipped to handle such problems"
"equipped to be a scholar"