- adv.最后，最终; 基本上; 根本; 郅;
Politicians are ultimately accountable to the voters.
Ultimately, you'll have to make the decision yourself.
She may be cynical about the film industry, but ultimately she has no intention of biting the hand that feeds her.
Napoleon ultimately failed in his plan to defeat the two armies arrayed against him.
What was it ultimately that led you to leave Sarajevo for Zagreb?
The Vietnam conflict ultimately was lost.
Ultimately my attitude was: stuff them.
Ultimately, Bismarck's revisionism scarcely affected or damaged British interests at all.
Kant's work on the critique of experience became ultimately indistinguishable from ontology and metaphysics.
The buck stops with him. He is ultimately responsible for every aspect of the broadcast.
He was ultimately overthrown and the country descended into chaos.
Ultimately, we can change the shape of people's lives.
Biosphere 2 was ultimately ridiculed as a research debade, as exfravagant pseudoscience.
Vitamin C deficiency can ultimately lead to scurvy.
It was a demeaning and ultimately frustrating experience.
She was confident that she would ultimately triumph over adversity.
Hers is a moving and ultimately triumphant story.
Ultimately, the war had to end; it cost too much in both lives and dollars.
But ultimately Ghana lost to Uruguay.
Will the wrappers ultimately say, " caution, French fries are fattening "?
有朝一日,麦当劳的包装纸上最终是否要印 “ 当心薯条导致发胖 ” 呢 ?
These Acts were ultimately repealed at the end of Jefferson's second, and last, term.
这些行为最终被废除,在去年底杰弗逊的第二次, 也是最后一点, 任期.
I'm afraid he'll ultimately become a juvenile delinquency.
Ultimately humans are constrained by the rules of ethics, and furthermore to control their own behaviors.
It allows local, state and federal entities to track, control and ultimately prevent illness and death.
它让地方 、 州和联邦这些实体进行跟踪 、 控制并最终防止疾病和死亡的发生.
The shape of twists and turns and implied meaning through bumpy and ultimately achieving goals successfully.
Realism and vision will ultimately be returned to the living reality.
The author has come to agree that food shortages could ultimately lead to the collapse of world civilization.
I mean, there are some cautious steps I can take, but ultimately I can not guarantee myself that.
Ultimately, he received a scholarship to attend Yale University.
Kodak's decision to file for bankruptcy（破产）protection is a sad, though not unexpected, turning point for a leading American corporation that pioneered consumer photography and dominated the film market for decades, but ultimately failed to adapt to the digital revolution.
Kodak is an example of a firm that was very much aware that they had to adapt, and spent a lot of money trying to do so, but ultimately failed
They triumphed ultimately over evil in the battle.
The consumer was ultimately to be mentioned as well, especially by the likes of Dorothy Shaver, who could point to the sales figures at Lord & Taylor.
But could Norway keep its standard of living and yet cut its emissions to Moroccan or even Ethiopian levels? That question, repeated across a dozen environmental issues and across our diverse planet, is what will ultimately determine whether the human race is living beyond its ecological means as it pursues economic revival.
What happens to the centralized electric grid, which took decades and billions of dollars to build, as more and more people become prosumers, who produce and consume their own energy on-site?No one knows which – if any – battery technology will ultimately dominate, but one thing remains clear: The future of energy is in how we store it.
People physically fit enough to survive over 100 years ultimately give in to diseases such as Alzheimer’s, which affects the mind and cognitive function.
Ultimately, we can't be bothered to change our attitude.
If we can help to direct students to more of these types of campuses and help students to understand them to be realistic and accessible places, have them apply to these schools at greater frequency and ultimately get in and enroll, we are going to raise the success rate, Rubinoff said, citing a variety of colleges ranging from large state institutions to smaller private schools.
She ultimately purchased a small piece of land with her husband and began growing their own foods.
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At any rate, this change will ultimately be acclaimed by an ever-growing number of both domestic and international consumers, regardless of how long the current consumer pattern will take hold.
Of course, it is precisely these superfluous things that define human culture and ultimately what it is to be human.
1. as the end result of a succession or process;
"ultimately he had to give in"
"at long last the winter was over"
2. after everything has been considered;
"in the final analysis, we are quite well off"
ultimately 最后, 终于, 根本, 基本上
ultimate[adj.最后的, 最终的, 根本的]+ly表副词→adv.最后, 终于, 根本, 基本上