- 形容词: acquiescent;
Some will seek'status'through renewed acquiescence and Uncle Tomism ( Alvin F. Poussaint )
有人用逆来顺受主义来寻求‘立足之地’ ( 阿尔文F. 普森特 )
Being silent can be a mode of resistance, respect, apathy or acquiescence.
沉默可以是一反制, 可以是尊重, 可以是冷漠或默许.
Waiver or acquiescence presupposes that the person to be bound is fully cognizant of his rights.
Why have the Chinese shifted from strident opposition to muted acquiescence?
为什么中国突然转变了态度,变得沉默或者说使默许了 呢 ?
Society is built upon their acquiescence, and upon their small and necessary labors.
This is due to his acquiescence.
Darcy shook his head in acquiescence.
However a bias towards acquiescence in the status quo also has costs.
The strike at the Honda plant could hardly have happened without official acquiescence.
Very little of any note can happen without at least its acquiescence.
Chinese acquiescence could inspire a similar approach to electric vehicles.
And reluctant acquiescence by some parties would only have led to turmoil.
Acquiescence in her father's wishes had been degradation to herself.
Ken nodded in acquiescence, and walked out of the office followed by the rest the team.
Mr. Crawford bowed his acquiescence.
These verbs all mean to frighten into submission, compliance, or acquiescence.
这些动词都表示通过吓唬使人屈服 、 顺从或默认.
Her parents will never take acquiescence of such a marriage.
He did it under the acquiescence of his boss.
The chief inclined his head in sign of acquiescence.
There was general acquiescence in the UN sanctions.
1. acceptance without protest
2. agreement with a statement or proposal to do something;
"he gave his assent eagerly"
"a murmur of acquiescence from the assembly"