- 美[ 'prɔmɪst]
- vt.& vi.(promise的过去式或过去分词形式); 承诺; 允诺; 答应;
- v.允诺( promise的过去式和过去分词 ); 答应; 有…希望; 预示;
The Prime Minister has promised that Israel will play a constructive role.
Would Bethany return of her own free will, as she had promised?
He promised to appoint an AIDS czar to deal with the disease.
Jordan promised to trim the city budget without cutting essential services.
He promised to allow justice to run its course unimpeded.
They have promised to pay the arrears over the next five years.
He first promised two weeks ago to clear Britain's congested roads.
A meeting was promised, but the Press was not admitted.
The General had promised to cede power by January.
He promised his mother on her deathbed that he would never marry.
Spike Milligan has finally got the gong he had been promised.
The deal just isn't working out the way we were promised.
When his court case was coming up, James promised to reform.
He promised to continue the fight against infidel forces.
Fiers promised to testify fully and truthfully.
As baby boomers(二战后婴儿潮时期出生的人) came of high-school age, big schools promised economic efficiency.
David promised to go on the trip in her place.
She chose to sell a few larger objects that were less often used when we promised to put the money into her school fund our kindergarten daughter is serious about becoming a doctor.
2018年高考英语全国卷3 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
You promised we'd be home in time.
2017年高考英语全国卷2 听力 原文收起真题例句
1. assured by (usually) spoken agreement;
"the promised toy"
"the promised land"