自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
CONVENTION 对不起,请再说一遍（美国英语用Pardon me?） You say 'Pardon?' or 'I beg your pardon?' or, in American English, 'Pardon me?' when you want someone to repeat what they have just said because you have not heard or understood it.
'Will you let me open it?' — 'Pardon?' — 'Can I open it?'...
'Does it have wires coming out of it?' — 'Pardon me?' — 'Does it have wires coming out of it?'
CONVENTION 你说什么？（表示惊讶或者受到冒犯） People say 'I beg your pardon?' when they are surprised or offended by something that someone has just said.
'Would you get undressed, please?' — 'I beg your pardon?' — 'Will you get undressed?'
CONVENTION 对不起；请原谅 You say 'I beg your pardon' or 'I do beg your pardon' as a way of apologizing for accidentally doing something wrong, such as disturbing someone or making a mistake.
I was impolite and I do beg your pardon...
'We're meant to do it quarterly actually.' — 'Oh quarterly, I beg your pardon, I thought it was monthly.'
CONVENTION 对不起，不好意思打断一下（用于引起他人注意或者打断他人） Some people say 'Pardon me' instead of 'Excuse me' when they want to politely get someone's attention or interrupt them.
Pardon me, are you finished, madam?
CONVENTION 恕我直言 You can say things like 'Pardon me for asking' or 'Pardon my frankness' as a way of showing you understand that what you are going to say may sound rude.
That, if you'll pardon my saying so, is neither here nor there.
CONVENTION 请原谅我这么说；说句粗话您别介意 Some people say things like 'If you'll pardon the expression' or 'Pardon my French' just before or after saying something which they think might offend people.
It's enough to make you wet yourself, if you'll pardon the expression.
VERB 赦免 If someone who has been found guilty of a crime is pardoned, they are officially allowed to go free and are not punished.
Hundreds of political prisoners were pardoned and released.