- 第三人称单数: accords;
- 过去式: accorded;
- 过去分词: accorded;
- 现在分词: according;
He came back of his own accord.
The symptoms will clear up of their own accord.
Our society accords great importance to the family.
Our society accords the family great importance.
These results accord closely with our predictions.
The two sides signed a peace accord last July.
This action would not be in accord with our policy.
In many cases the disease will clear up of its own accord.
He did not quit as France's prime minister of his own accord.
With one accord they turned and walked back over the grass.
...a fitting way to celebrate the peace accord.
His predecessor was accorded an equally tumultuous welcome...
The government accorded him the rank of Colonel...
Such an approach accords with the principles of socialist ideology.
...scientific evidence that did not fully accord with the facts uncovered by the police.
...this military action, taken in accord with United Nations resolutions...
Old enemies can become new friends even if all their national interests are not in complete accord.
They came to an accord that profits should be shared equally.
Responsibility regarding design the projects accord the design director.
Wear facemask and protective goggles that accord with safety standard.
What he has just said does not accord with the views of the majority.
I am in accord with your plan.
Most people are in accord with their desire for peace.
The two statements accord superficially.
Urbanization – migration away from the suburbs and to the city center – will be the biggest real estate trend in 2015, according to a new report.
According to a report by Deloitte, teamwork is becoming increasingly popular among companies.
12 billion in 2015, according to a new report from market research company Mintel.
Dogs may have learned to detect threat signs from humans and respond by trying to make peace, according to researcher Sanni Somppi.
Both he and a crew member are being investigated for unintentional murder and exposing people to danger, according to police.
This danger can be avoided, according to computer science professor Stuart Russell, if we figure out how to turn human values into a programmable code.
The findings shed light on normal age-related changes in mental function, which could aid in understanding the process of dementia ( ' , 痴呆), according to the researchers.
On the other hand, indicators of a person's accumulated knowledge—like performance on tests of vocabulary and general knowledge—kept improving with age, according to findings published in the journal Neurobiology of Aging.
Most people's minds function at a high level even in their later years, according to researcher Timothy Salthouse.
Is it possible to enjoy a peaceful life in a world that is increasingly challenged by threats and uncertainties from wars, terrorism, economic crises and a widespread outbreak of infectious diseases? The answer is yes, according to a new book The 10 Golden Rules: Ancient Wisdom from the Greek Philosophers on Living a Good Life.
But according to Aristotle—a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great—most relationships don't qualify as true friendships.
According to an ancient Greek philosopher, it is impossible for us to understand every aspect of our life.
That's especially worrying, she says, given that anorexia ( ' , 厌食症) results in more deaths than does any other mental illness, according to the National Institute of Mental Health.
According to the FBI, crimes like these accounted for roughly twothirds of all household burglaries in the US in 2013.
According to a new study from Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab, small nonfood rewards—like the toys in McDonald's Happy Meals—stimulate the same reward centers in the brain as food does.
Rescue efforts were underway Thursday morning for 17 miners who were stuck in an elevator below ground at Cargill rock salt mine near Lansing, New York, according to Marcia Lynch, Public Information Officer at Tompkins County’s Emergency Response Department.
On Sunday, the castle’s owner John Gordon, 76, was forced to move out his property after the River Dee swept away about 60 feet of land, leaving the castle dangerously close to the river, according to the Scottish Daily Record.
It is a thing of no great difficulty, according to Plutarch, to raise objections against another man's speech, it is a very easy matter; but to produce a better in its place is a work extremely troublesome.
The number of British films being made has declined in the past few years, according to new figures.
According to the firm’s vice-president of Marketing and Sales, We benefited from low expectations.
According to Charles Harper, chairman of ConAgra, the Healthy Choice line of frozen dinners began with his own heart attack.
Earlier this year, Italy signed an accord with UNESCO to establish a task force of police art detectives and archaeologists (考古学家) to protect cultural heritage from natural disasters and terror groups, such as IsiS.
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The accord underlined Italy's global reputation as a good steward of art and culture.
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Well-off families are ruled by calendars, with children enrolled in ballet, soccer and after-school programs, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.
The achievement gap between children from high- and lowincome families is 30-40% larger among children born in 2001 than those born 25 years earlier, according to Mr.
More than a quarter of children live in single-parent households—a historic high, according to Pew—and these children are three times as likely to live in poverty as those who live with married parents.
According to Richard Rusczyk, the company founder, the six U.S.team members who competed at the IMO last year collectively took more than 40 courses on the site.
According to Mark Saul, the director of competitions for the Mathematical Association of America, not a single African-American or Hispanic student—and only a handful of girls—has ever made it to the Math Olympiad team in its 50 years of existence.
Mr.Ishiguro, have you ever found one of your books at a secondhand bookstore? According to a study of race and equity in education, black athletes are dropping out of college across the country at alarming rates.
Nearly 2.2 million people die a year because of diarrhea-related ( ' , 与腹泻相关 的) diseases, according to WHO statistics.
Managing ecosystems sustainably is more profitable than exploiting them, according to the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment.
Facing water shortages and escalating fertilizer costs, farmers in developing countries are using raw sewage ( ' , 下 水道污水) to irrigate and fertilize nearly 49 million acres of cropland, according to a new report—and it may not be a bad thing.
According to a new study, the number of advertisements with green messages in mainstream magazines has risen since 1987, and peaked in 2008 at 10.
The U.S. trails far behind every wealthy nation and many developing ones that have family-friendly work policies including paid parental leave, paid sick days and breast-feeding support, according to a 2007 study.
Reclassify cigarettes according to packaging.
Add a rapidly changing economy and an uncertain future to this 24/7 connectivity, and you've got a recipe for overwork, according to Phyllis Moen.
According to the survey, that lack of enthusiasm could stem from concerns about privacy and security.
According to geologists' estimates, Antarctica has enormous reserves of oil and natural gas.
According to Moen, flexibility gives employees better control over their work and time.
According to Chinese officials, their activities in Antarctica lay greater emphasis on scientific research.
According to a marketing executive, many students from low-income families don't know they could have a chance of going to an elite university.
According to the Centre for Strategic and International Studies,about three quarter of energy we use to move things, including ourselves, accomplishes no useful work.
Some attributed virtually every important cultural achievement to the inventions of a few, especially gifted peoples that, according to diffusionists, then spread to other cultures.
More than 60,000 people have purchased the PTKs since they first become available without prescriptions last years, according to Doug Fog, chief operating officer of Identigene, which makes the over-the-counter kits.
According to the standard history of American philosophy, nowhere else in colonial America was “So much important attached to intellectual pursuits.”
According to many books and articles, New England’s leaders established the basic themes and preoccupations of an unfolding, dominant Puritan tradition in American intellectual life.
However， Allen believed that the unconscious mind generates as much action as the conscious mind， and while we may be able to sustain the illusion of control through the conscious mind alone， in reality we are continually faced with a question： “Why cannot I make myself do this or achieve that？ ”Since desire and will are damaged by the presence of thoughts that do not accord with desire， Allen concluded ： “ We do not attract what we want， but what we are.
In the third quarter, CEO turnover was down 23% from a year ago as nervous boards stuck with the leaders they had, according to Liberum Research.
According to several studies concluding that parents are less happy than childless couples, single parents are the least happy of all.
According to the World Social Science Report 2010, the number of social-science students worldwide has swollen by about 11% every year since 2000.
What’s not to like? Quite a lot, according to a handful of scientists quoted in the News Feature.
Professional scientists are expected to know how to analyze data, but statistical errors are alarmingly common in published research, according to David Vaux, a cell biologist.
The largest firms in America and Britain together spend more than $15 billion a year on CSR, according to an estimate by EPG, a consulting firm.
According to research from Princeton University, people assess your competence, trustworthiness, and likeability in just a tenth of a second, solely based on the way you look.
jobs are at high risk of being automated, according to a University of Oxford study, with the middle class disproportionately squeezed.
During the 2016 presidential campaign, nearly a quarter of web content shared by Twitter users in the politically critical state of Michigan was fake news, according to the University of Oxford.
1. harmony of people's opinions or actions or characters;
"the two parties were in agreement"
2. concurrence of opinion;
"we are in accord with your proposal"
3. a written agreement between two states or sovereigns
4. sympathetic compatibility
1. go together;
"The colors don't harmonize"
"Their ideas concorded"
2. allow to have;
"grant a privilege"
according 相符的, 一致的, 根据……而定的
accord[n.&v.一致;符合]+ing形容词→adj.相符的, 一致的, 根据……而定的
discordance 不协调; 不一致
in accord with
of one's own accord
voluntarily or without outside intervention
he would not seek treatment of his own accord.
with one accord
in a united way
agree, accord, coincide, conform, correspond
agreement, contract, treaty, convention, bargain, understanding, accord
give, accord, award, confer，grant, endow, present, bestow
harmony, agreement, concord, unity, accord
反义词vt. & vi.一致;调和