翻译
  • 简明词典(词霸)
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  • proscribed

    • [prəʊˈskraɪbd]

    释义

    • v.
      正式宣布(某事物)有危险或被禁止( proscribe的过去式和过去分词 );
  • 实用场景例句

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    In earlier days, the church proscribed dancing and cardplaying.

    从前, 教会禁止跳舞和玩牌.

    辞典例句

    That intolerable difference proscribed the word.

    那种无法容忍的差别排斥了这个词.

    辞典例句

    Backyard barbecue grills could be proscribed.

    里弄烤肉店会被勒令停业的.

    辞典例句

    Here , too , were many of that old, proscribed, nameless, red - handed clan of the Macgregors.

    另外还有许多姓麦克格隆高的, 他们是那个古老的, 被放逐的 、 匿名的 、 两手涂满鲜血的部族.

    辞典例句

    What we sought was harmonization of seperate judgments, not a legal document that proscribed different opinions.

    我们谋求的是各自观点的协调, 不是不准有不同看法的法规.

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    The doctor proscribed a new medicine for the pain in my joint.

    医生为我关节的疼痛开了一种新药.

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    Accordingly, these chambers remain proscribed.

    因此, 这些铸造室仍是被禁止的.

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    The sale of narcotics is proscribed by law.

    法律禁止贩卖毒品.

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    Any such engines configured for use in this missile system would also be proscribed.

    任何用于这些导弹系统的该类引擎也将被视为“禁止”.

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. excluded from use or mention;

      "forbidden fruit"

      "in our house dancing and playing cards were out"

      "a taboo subject"

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