- adj.明显的，显著的; 决然的，断然的; 强硬的; 被说出来的;
- v.发音，读(pronounce的过去式和过去分词); 宣布，宣称; 断言;
He walked with a pronounced limp.
He spoke with a pronounced stutter.
Since then, the contrast between his two careers has become even more pronounced.
He walked around the garden and pronounced himself satisfied.
The minister pronounced the benediction.
This wine has an altogether stronger, more pronounced flavour than their other white wines.
The aquifer which had once fed the wells was pronounced dry.
"Getting nowhere fast," pronounced Crosby, "that's what we're doing."
"As for me," he pronounced, "I can recognize a good deal when I see one"
After he was officially pronounced the world'soldest man, he offered this simple formula for a long and happy life.
There were periods of sulking, of pronounced distance, of coldness.
Most of the art exhibitions have a pronounced Scottish theme.
My bank manager furrowed his brow, fingered his calculator and finally pronounced "Aha!"
Have I pronounced your name correctly?
She speaks with a pronounced French accent.
He pronounced that we were dismissed.
The jeweller pronounced the diamond to be genuine.
The representatives pronounced against the decision made at the conference.
The judge pronounced for the defendant, and also said that his opponent should pay the court costs.
Has judgement been pronounced yet ?
判决宣布了 吗 ?
The priest pronounced a blessing.
Few people pronounced for his nomination.
Two words are homonyms if they are pronounced or spelled the same way but have different meanings.
The priest pronounced a benediction over the couple at the end of the marriage ceremony.
The judge pronounced against the prisoner, and he was led away by the policeman.
Two words are homophones if they are pronounced the same way but differ in meaning or spelling or both.
The patient was pronounced out of dang.
This letter is silent [ not pronounced ] .
On his refusal to appear in person or by his attorney, he was pronounced contumacious.
How is this word pronounced?
The problem is pronounced at public universities.
1. strongly marked; easily noticeable;
"walked with a marked limp"
"a pronounced flavor of cinnamon"
2. produced by the organs of speech