翻译
  • 简明词典(词霸)
  • 柯林斯词典
  • 牛津词典
  • might

    高中/CET4/CET6/考研/IELTS

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    释义

    • n.
      力气; 力量; 威力; 权力
    • modal
      可能,可以(may的过去式); 应该

    大小写变形:Might

  • 实用场景例句

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    • 表示可能
    • 力气
    • 力量
    • 威力
    • 权力
    • 可以
    • 应该

    He might get here in time, but I can't be sure.

    他可能及时来到这里, 不过我不能确定.

    《简明英汉词典》

    He might have had the grace to say he was sorry!

    他本有雅量做说声抱歉的!

    《简明英汉词典》

    You can't sleep out; anything might happen to you.

    你不能离家外宿, 你有可能出事的.

    《简明英汉词典》

    We know instinctively, just as beekeepers with their bees that misfortune might overtake us if the important events of our lives were not related to it.

    我们本能地懂得, 正如养蜂人对待蜜蜂一样,如果不把我们生活中的重大事件告诉这条河,我们就会遭到厄运的袭击.

    《用法词典》

    She feared that she might not find him in his office.

    她怕在办公室会找不到他.

    《现代汉英综合大词典》

    He might have popped in for a moment, since he was passing this way.

    既然他从这里经过,说不定他会突然来呆一会儿的.

    《简明英汉词典》

    Indeed, if many investors abjure the listing , those who hold their noses and take the plunge might make even more money.

    当然, 如果许多投资人放弃购买该公司的股份, 那些铤而走险的人也许真的会赚更多的钱.

    《简明英汉词典》

    You might get in touch with him.

    你不妨同他联系一下.

    《现代汉英综合大词典》

    This is a good method. It might well be adopted by other localities.

    这个办法很好,各地可以仿照办理.

    《现代汉英综合大词典》

    If you would lend an ear for a couple of minutes you might learn something to your advantage.

    要是你愿意认真听几分钟的话,你可能会学到一些对你有用的东西.

    《简明英汉词典》

    There are only five minutes to go. You might just manage to get to the station, but you're cutting it rather fine.

    只有五分钟了, 你可以赶到车站, 但时间确实太紧了.

    《简明英汉词典》

    Don't wait for me, please . That might be more convenient for both of us.

    别等我了, 咱们两便吧.

    《现代汉英综合大词典》

    I asked her if I might leave.

    我问她我可不可以离开.

    《现代英汉综合大词典》

    I am scared that the plane might crash.

    我怕飞机会失事.

    《简明英汉词典》

    His chief worry was that he might fail.

    他最焦虑的是他可能不及格.

    《现代英汉综合大词典》

    Thank you. I'll store that piece of news away for a time when I might need it.

    谢谢你, 我将把这条消息记住,或许日后用得上.

    《简明英汉词典》

    She might have her own difficulties.

    她也许有她的苦衷.

    《现代汉英综合大词典》

    She might have been less dismissive of my talents if he could have seen my latest achievements.

    如果她看到我最近的成就,她也许就不会那么小看我的才干了.

    《简明英汉词典》

    I'm afraid it might rain tonight.

    我看今晚可能要下雨.

    《现代英汉综合大词典》

    I said that it might rain.

    我说过可能会下雨.

    《现代英汉综合大词典》

    We climbed higher so that we might see the scenes better.

    我们又往高处爬以便能更好地观看这景色.

    《简明英汉词典》

    You might ask him for advice on this matter.

    这事可以让他给你参谋一下.

    《现代汉英综合大词典》

    When you began to work, you might work out a practical scheme.

    当你开始工作之前, 你可以先制定出一个可行的计划.

    《简明英汉词典》

    You might as well have a try.

    你何妨试一试.

    《现代汉英综合大词典》

    It is probable that she might change her mind at the last minute.

    她大概会在最后时刻改变主意.

    《简明英汉词典》

    They might be doing me a good turn if they took me into protective custody.

    如果他们对我实行保护性拘留,可能对我是件好事。

    柯林斯例句

    There were fears that some of the Western hostages might be killed in reprisal.

    有人担心一些西方人质可能会受到报复性杀害。

    柯林斯例句

    I might have become a dangerous man with all that stubbornness and obstinacy built into me.

    我若是养就了那种根深蒂固的犟脾气,也许就成了危险分子。

    柯林斯例句

    They might have been soldiers in civvies.

    他们或许是着便装的士兵。

    柯林斯例句

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  • 真题例句

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    A person who had input into where he would move and has had time to adapt to it might do as well in a nursing home as in a small residential care home, other factors being equal.

    2016年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    A rat or pigeon might not be the obvious choice to tend to someone who is sick, but these creatures have some 26 superior skills that could help the treatment of human diseases.

    2017年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section A

    A recent email from the yarn (纺纱) company Red Heart titled "Health Benefits of Crocheting and Knitting" prompted me to explore what else might be known about the health value of activities like knitting.

    2017年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    airplane food might not really be as tasteless as you originally thought.

    2019年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section A

    Also, being open to new ideas had no relationship to long life, which might explain all those bad-tempered old people who are fixed in their ways.

    2016年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    An elderly person who describes herself as in poor health, therefore, might be no less depressed in assisted living even if her children preferred it than in a nursing home.

    2016年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    And a number of oil-producing countries are trimming their gasoline subsidies and raising taxes, so the net savings for global consumers is not as big as the oil price plunge might suggest.

    2016年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    And beyond that, it might transform the health and lives of that patient's family.

    2018年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    And such research might even suggest ways for us all to relive our past with greater clarity.

    2017年6月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    Based on what is emerging from some of this research, that might have been as rational a way as any to reach a decision.

    2016年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    But actually, the country is closer to his proposal than you might think.

    2015年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    But it might be time to unlearn that training 一 this summer, a group of culture addicts, artists and community organizers are inviting New Yorkers to write all over the walls of an old house on Governor's Island.

    2019年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    But, in the years that followed, her sustained tutoring suggested that Kafka might be wrong about the solitude.

    2015年12月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    For them, the right kind of gamification might be turning their sales pitches into a competition with other team members, complete with a digital leaderboard showing who is winning at all times.

    2016年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    Generally, young women have had growing success in the paid labor market since 1960 and hence might increasingly be expected to be able to afford to live independently of their parents.

    2019年6月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    given that sustained social contacts have been shown to support health and a long life, those wishing to maximize the health value of crafts might consider joining a group of like-minded folks.

    2017年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    He knew my love for yoga and had seen a space close to where he lived that he thought might be good to serve as a yoga studio.

    2017年6月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    How might this knowledge be used to help people eat more healthily?

    2016年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    I join the gym because it's a good way to stay healthy, and it might help you build a stronger relationship with your colleagues.

    2019年12月四级真题(第二套)听力 Section B

    I might just have to review a few accountancy terms.

    2017年6月四级真题(第一套)听力 Section B

    I offer a simple proposition in response: Many of our problems—class attendance, educational success, student happiness and well-being—might be improved by cutting down the bureaucratic mechanisms and meetings and instead hiring an army of good teachers.

    2016年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    I thought that someone might do something stupid.

    2017年6月四级真题(第二套)听力 Section A

    If city leaders were more accountable to their residents, they might favour projects designed to help them more.

    2017年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    If that income were better taxed, it might provide the revenue for better infrastructure.

    2017年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    If we replaced half of our administrative staff with classroom teachers, we might actually get a majority of our classes back to 20 or fewer students per teacher.

    2016年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    If you're planning on being one of them soon, you might not be looking forward to the unpleasant feeling air travel often leaves you with.

    2019年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section A

    In contrast, they might only respond to a girl's comments with a nod.

    2019年12月四级真题(第一套)听力 Section C

    In that light, aging itself might be seen as something treatable, the way you would treat high blood pressure or a vitamin deficiency.

    2017年12月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section C

    Interestingly, however, other characteristics that you might consider advantageous had no impact on whether study participants were likely to live longer.

    2016年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    It might be they have to talk to other students in the class to help get an answer.

    2019年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    It might mean monitoring employee productivity on a digital leaderboard and offering prizes to the winners, or giving employees digital badges or stars for completing certain activities.

    2016年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    It was not known, however, whether central fatigue might also affect motor systems not directly involved in the exercise itself, such as those that move the eyes.

    2017年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section A

    I've got a little put aside for a rainy day, but I might need to earn a little more before we go.

    2017年12月四级真题(第一套)听力 Section B

    Long before television cooking shows, Careme walked readers through common kitchen tasks, instructing them to "try this for yourself, at home" as famous American Chef Julia Child might do, many years later.

    2018年12月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    similar measures in California's Albany, Oakland, San Francisco and Colorado's Boulder are becoming hot-button issues health advocacy groups have hinted that even more might be coming.

    2019年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    So it might be a good idea to get someone else to drive you home after that marathon.

    2017年6月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section A

    Some of these may change order according to the specific situation or your own preferences; for example, a handwritten note might seem more personal than voice-mail.

    2018年12月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section A

    Some of these may change order according to the specific situation or your own preferences; for example, a handwritten note might seem more personal than voice-mail.

    2018年12月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section A

    The puzzle was what benefit would be gained from it when performance might be affected the following day.

    2017年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    The researchers are currently analyzing the study participants' health and lifestyle to see which factors might influence age-related cognitive changes.

    2016年6月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    This led her to wonder if people might be doing the same thing.

    2017年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    This might be a small change to the way we view work and the office, but the researchers argue that it challenges a widespread characteristic of the economy: work organized by clock time.

    2015年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    We validated these expectations in a study in which two other psychologists and I monitored 373 students for two years during the transition to junior high school, when the work gets more difficult and the grading more strict, to determine how their mind-

    2016年12月四级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    While the "five-second rule" might not seem like the most pressing issue for food scientists to get to the bottom of, it's still worth investigating food myths like this one because they shape our beliefs about when food is safe to eat.

    2018年12月四级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    with wired setups, the fear is that a burglar might be able to shut your system down simply by cutting the right cable.

    2016年12月四级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    You might imagine the job you'll get when you finish school.

    2017年12月四级真题(第一套)听力 Section C

    "I’ve seen very expensive protein supplements that claim to be high quality but they might not really be beneficial for the average healthy adult," she says.

    2019年12月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    "While these numbers are still being validated by the state, we feel any adjustments they might suggest will be immaterial," Morgan wrote to the presidents.

    2017年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section C

    A job application might mention affiliations with groups such as the "Wisconsin Association of African-American Lawyers" or the "National Black Employees Association," the names of which apparently have consequences, and are also beyond their members' con

    2015年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    A lot of times people are not really aware of the impact they have, or the fact that taking them in combination with other medications might put you at increased risk for something that you wouldn't otherwise being countering or be at risk for.

    2016年6月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section B

    A teacher might read 10000 essays over a 40-year career.

    2018年12月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    And the head-to-head competition might give them a strong incentive to lower their prices, perhaps by accepting slimmer profit margins or demanding better deals from providers.

    2016年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    And to get at the contents of a single iPhone, the government says it needs a court order and Apple's help to write new code; in earlier versions of the iPhone, ones that were created before Apple found religion on 热衷于 privacy, the Fbi might have been abl

    2017年12月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    As the report authors point out, even near-misses might lead to the "creation of a burdensome regulatory framework and affect the future disposition of science CubeSats.

    2019年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    At the same time, we recognize that children might have an interest in entering adulthood free to create their own digital footprint.

    2018年12月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    But advances in technology might make Antarctica a lot more accessible three decades from now.

    2016年12月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    But the Food and Drug Administration has not approved Avastin for use in the eye, and using it rather than the alternative, Lucentis, might carry an additional, although slight, safety risk.

    2015年12月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    By the end of the decade, it's expected to be worth over $50 billion and generate 160 gigawatt-hours, enough to attract the attention of major companies that might not otherwise be interested in a decidedly pedestrian technology.

    2016年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    Can you perform music that's out of tune with the mood you might be in on a given night?

    2015年12月六级真题(第一套)听力 Section A

    Contrary to popular belief, doing homework might add to students’ well-being.

    2019年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    Data reveals that economic inequality rather than family income might affect people's well-being.

    2019年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    During your working day what kind of work might you typically do?

    2019年12月六级真题(第一套)听力 Section A

    From a political perspective, we need to understand the terms on which major countries like China and the USA might sign up to a global agreement because at the moment we don't have that consensus.

    2016年12月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section A

    Having your personal satellite launched into orbit might sound like an idea straight out of science fiction.

    2019年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    If Apple alters the security model of future iPhones so that even its own engineers' "reasonable assistance" will not be able to crack a given device when compelled by the government, a precedent set in this case might lose its lasting force.

    2017年12月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    If that sounds familiar, maybe you might consider yourself a visual learner.

    2019年12月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    I'm also interested in how consumers operate online, and how that online behaviour might be different from how they operate offline when they go to the shops.

    2017年6月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    In other words, rewards are more intense for teens when they are with peers, which motivates them to pursue higher-risk experiences that might bring a big payoff such as the thrill of just making the light before it turns re.

    2018年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    In some cases, colleges and universities might have to change their training programs, adding another layer of difficulty.

    2015年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    In some cases, says data scientist Karthik Ram, it may be difficult for junior researchers to embrace openness when senior colleagues—many of whom head selection and promotion committees—might ridicule what they may view as misplaced energies.

    2017年12月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    Interactive ads and viewers might not go well together.

    2016年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    It includes accounting for any piece of debris they plan to release over 5mm that might stay in orbit for 25 years or more.

    2019年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section C

    It might seem surprising to think about an item staying in space for that long, but the oldest satellite still in orbit—Vanguard 1—turned 60 in 2018.

    2019年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section C

    It supports what we might almost think of as conventional wisdom.

    2019年6月六级真题(第一套)听力 Section C

    It will also be necessary to understand what sort of yield farmers might expect and to establish the plant's safety.

    2018年6月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    It's not easy, but having only public universities also might not be the best solution.

    2016年6月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section A

    Mothers have been warned for years that sleeping with their newborn infant is a bad idea, because it increases the risk that the baby might die unexpectedly during the night.

    2016年6月六级真题(第一套)听力 Section B

    No wonder parents worry their own kids might spin out of control once they hit the turbulent waters of adolescence.

    2016年6月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    None of that might be as fun as after-work socializing but, hey, I'll take it anyway.

    2019年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    People are often hesitant to terminate a project when they've already invested time or resources into it, even if it might make logical sense to do so.

    2019年12月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    Protein is found in more foods than people might realize.

    2019年12月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    Russian and American spacecraft also found hints that its ancient climate might have been wetter, cooler, and possibly, even friendly to life.

    2019年6月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    So here's another way in which smartphones might transform the way we live and work: by offering insights into human psychology and behavior and, thus, supporting smarter social science.

    2018年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    Some previous studies have suggested that challenging your brain with mentally stimulating activities might help.

    2016年6月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    Sometimes the best treatment might be the most expensive.

    2016年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    Steinberg pointed out that parental sharing on social media helps build communities, connect spread-out families, provide support and raise awareness around important social issues for which parents might be their children's only voice.

    2018年12月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    That statement comes not, as you might imagine, from a stereotypical tree-hugging, save-the-world greenie 环保主义者, but from Gordon Brown, a politician with a reputation for rigour, thoroughness and above all, caution.

    2016年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    That's not to say that risk is always good, but it is related to taking action, whereas decision fatigue assuredly leads to inaction and the possible chagrin of a decision maker who might otherwise prefer a new course but is unfortunately hindered.

    2018年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    The company might be very optimistic, but the ability of their machine to detect deception has not provided credible proof.

    2018年12月六级真题(第一套)听力 Section C

    The final legislation might throw a public plan into the competition, but thanks to the fierce opposition of the insurance industry and Republican critics, it might not save much money.

    2016年6月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    The idea is that we are taking more out of what you might call the planet's environmental bank balance than it can sustain; we are living beyond our ecological means.

    2016年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    The latest evidence suggests that while it isn't 29 ideal, it might help.

    2015年12月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section A

    The message to young people who might not otherwise be able to afford to break into the business is, "You can purchase this $3 million piece of land here, because I'm guaranteeing you today you'll have 1, 000 Bison on it."

    2019年12月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    The millennium Ecosystem Assessment, a vast four-year global study which reported its initial conclusions earlier this year, found reasons to believe that managing ecosystems sustainably—working with nature rather than against it—might be less profitable

    2016年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    The misconception of resilience is often bred from an early age, parents trying to teach their children resilience might celebrate a high school student staying up until 3am to finish a science fair project.

    2018年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    There is another explanation that Twenge and her colleagues wanted to address: the impact of the great recession of 2007-2009, which hit a great number of American families and might be affecting adolescents.

    2019年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    They might be more willing to offer career help, because your less famous school denotes that, like them, you are also full of energy and perseverance.

    2018年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    They might eat something toxic and damage their health.

    2017年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section C

    To be fair, if Rodriguez had wanted feedback from some more technophobic seniors, he might have ended up in the wrong Brookdale community.

    2019年6月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    TV might make you less happy, but this is not what seems to be driving the recent declines in young people's average happiness.

    2019年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section B

    We cannot predict what we might achieve when our own minds are amplified by AI.

    2019年6月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    We might use the word "negative" to describe more difficult emotions but it doesn't mean those emotions are bad or we shouldn't have them.

    2016年12月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    We're probably more optimistic than the experts might be.

    2016年6月六级真题(第二套)听力 Section C

    What these unintended consequences might be is admittedly far from clear.

    2019年6月六级真题(第三套)阅读 Section B

    When her mother was interviewed, three weeks after her daughter's birth, she was asked if she was prepared for what might be a daunting task caring for her.

    2019年12月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section C

    with the help of psychologists, there is fresh hope that we might go green after all.

    2015年12月六级真题(第二套)阅读 Section B

    Yudell said scientists need to get more specific with their language, perhaps using terms like "ancestry"or "population" that might more precisely reflect the relationship between humans and their genes, on both the individual and population level.

    2016年12月六级真题(第一套)阅读 Section C

    A pie graph might include a legend, or it might use icons or labels within each slice.

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    A scientist working at her lab bench and a six-old baby playing with his food might seem to have little in common.

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    A thoughtful official passed on some of the copies to the park authorities on the assumption that they might make a nice blow-up for one of the visitors' centers.

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    Although the drills are used in deliberate practice might not be the most enjoyable, they might be the most relevant to improving performance.

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    Always remember that your best ideas might come when your head is actually in the clouds.

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    Besides, the professor might leave after ten minutes, which would make your trip a total loss.

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    Any smell might attract natural enemies that would try to eat the little comforting pats.

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    As it happened, the bite was virtually painless: more the kind of small bite you might get from a naughty child.

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    As the end of school approaches, and school vacation reading lists loom ahead, parents might take this chance to step in and make their own summer reading list and plan a family trip to the library or bookstore.

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    Bertocchini agrees and hopes her team's findings might one day help employ the enzyme to break down plastics in landfills.

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    Considering this, you might expect the book to be a dry recitation of facts.

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    Even though you might feel more comfortable going with a friend or partner, the office hour will go better if it's just you and the professor.

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    Finally, you never know what wonderful idea might strike while your mind has moved slowly away.

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    For example, "bridge" might stand for "meet" and "out" might stand for "me".

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    Grandma's rose garden and Dad's vegetable garden might be good or bad, but that's not what's important.

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    Grocery stores of the future might stock "food" that lasts years on end, freeing up shelf space and reducing transportation and storage requirements.

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    He added that he hopes people in other cities might try similar projects and post their own videos on the Internet.

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    He asked Benjamin's parents if he might take the boy to Philadelphia for a visit.

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    He might not have done this particularly well, because the teacher told gabriel that he had a good ear and suggested that gabriel go into the music store-room to see if any of the instruments there appealed to him.

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    However, physicist Joseph west thought there might have been a simpler way, who led the new study.

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    However, players could more effectively improve their backhand performance by practicing drills that might be considered less enjoyable.

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    However, there are a number of other reasons that might explain why you want to garden.

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    However, they still did not know how to cope with mean-spirited jokes, or the sense of incompetence they might feel if they compared themselves to celebrities or more brilliant friends online.

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    I gave the owner as much information as possible and headed home to see what news the night might bring.

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    I might not be able to do it.

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    I worried that you might play like this every night.

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    If I could locate the nest, I might have been able to put it back, but no luck.

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    If I kept going I might not be able to see my way back.

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    If it weren't for Rachel Carson, the environmental movement might not exist today.

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    If that happened, Seppala might fall into the icy water below.

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    In department stores, the women's shoe section is generally next to the cosmetics sections:while the shop assistant is going back to find the right size shoe, bored customers are likely to wander over cosmetics they might want to try later.

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    It might have saved me some trouble had I known the schedule.

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    It might seem unkind to cut people short when they interrupt you.

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    It's about time they had to be registered and insured, so when they do hit a pedestrian or a vehicle, or cause an accident, at least they can be treated and there might be an opportunity to claim.

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    Last week some city officials suggested the city might be interested in turning the old theater into a museum and public meeting place.

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    Machines with specific purposes are associated with living things partly because they might be able to prevent themselves from being destroyed.

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    Meanwhile, things that you might expect to discourage spending— "bad" tables, crowding, high prices — don't necessarily.

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    Moore is enthusiastic about the candy she created, and she's also positive about what the future might bring.

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    Naturally, shy people might not have enough confidence to start up conversations with strangers.

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    Never at a loss for words, I tried to find things in my life that might qualify for growth.

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    Nicholas might not have survived this snowstorm had it not been for TV.

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    No, but if you like, I can ask around or Joan might want to go.

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    Not a single day has been wasted, though I can never tell when knowing the population of Nepal might prove useful.

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    So by increasing their song output, there might be some costs of energy.

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    So if we send out a robot with the single instruction of fetching coffee, it will have a strong desire to secure success by disabling its own off switch or even killing anyone who might interfere with its task.

    2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文

    Some 60, 000 novels were published during the victorian age, from 1837 to 1901; today a casual reader might be able to name a half-dozen of them.

    2018年高考英语浙江卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文

    That might be worth some money.

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    The birds' health might be damaged.

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    The crowds might damage the beauty of the place.

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    The industry cost might be increased.

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    The next time you feel the urge to spread the latest news, thing about why you want to gossip and what effects your "juicy story" might have.

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    The numbers might sound small, but they are the leading edge of a dangerous trend.

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    The people's hearing might be affected.

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    The person who sets out late might be careless in driving.

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    The philosopher David Hume argued that because the general principles of taste are uniform in human nature, the value of some works of art might be essentially permanent.

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    The reason why any of us take any risks at all might have to do with early humans.

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    There are a few here that might interest us.

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    There might be people who will cycle just to get a free meal, but generally I don't think people will take advantage of our programme, ".

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    These advertise the presence of chicks to adults; they might also encourage our chick to start calling as well.

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    These results, once again, lead to concrete advice: "once an individual begins volunteering, continued efforts might focus on developing a volunteer role identity.

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    They might have found a better hotel if they were to drive a few more kilometers.

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    They motivate workers, and they make an impression on people who visit and might be potential, or prospective, customers.

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    They would define the driver's role in such cars and govern how such cars perform in crashes where lives might be lost.

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    Thinking hard about it, I came to realize that my team might not be the number one team in georgia, but they were depending on me.

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    Truly elegant chopsticks might be made of gold and silver with Chinese characters.

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    West said, "I was inspired while watching a television program showing how sleds might have helped with pyramid construction."

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    When I handed him the gift card, saying he could use it for whatever his family might need, he burst into tears.

    2015年高考英语全国卷1 完形填空 原文

    While the clip might look like part of a new ad campaign, bridges said the only goal was to show generosity and sympathy.

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    With a code book, you might write down words that would stand for other words.

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    You might also begin to notice the effects not only on your health but in your pocket.

    2018年高考英语浙江卷 语法填空 原文

    You might also design an adventure challenge to train young volunteers.

    2019年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文

    You might like to try a chocolate-covered habanero pepper—officially the hottest pepper in the world—or any one of the thousands of products that are on show.

    2015年高考英语福建卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文

    You might represent each letter with a number, for example, let's number the letters of the alphabet, in order, from 1 to 26.

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    You might think that developing nations would make up the loss especially since 80% of the world's people now live in such nations, but you'd be wrong.

    2017年高考英语江苏卷 任务型阅读 原文

    "If we were really bold, we might even begin to think of high-calorie fast food in the same way as cigarettes—by setting strict limits on advertising, product placement and sponsorship of sport events," he said.

    2011年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    "When I come home from a hard day's work, I often feel tired," Danaher says, adding,"In a world in which I don't have to work, I might feel rather different" - perhaps different enough to throw himself into a hobby or a passion project with the intensity

    2017年考研真题(英语二)完形填空 Section Ⅰ

    A calm, rule-following child might respond better to a different sort of parenting than, for example, a younger sibling.

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    A cynic might speculate that the UK is on the verge of disappearing into an endless fever of self-celebration in its desperation to reinvent itself for the post-Brexit world: after town of culture, who knows that will follow-village of culture?

    2020年考研真题(英语一)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    A passenger peering out of the window might not even see the other planes.

    2010年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    Although technology might change the way we react, it hasn't changed our nature.

    2013年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    And new research suggests that happiness might influence how firms work, too.

    2016年考研真题(英语二)完形填空 Section Ⅰ

    At first glance this might seem like a strength that grants the ability to make judgments which are unbiased by external factors.

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    Believe it or not, a warm embrace might even help you avoid getting sick this winter.

    2017年考研真题(英语一)完形填空 Section Ⅰ

    Big retailers must understand these differences before they can identify the segments of European wholesaling in which their particular abilities might unseat smaller but entrenched competitors.

    2010年考研真题(英语一)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    But it's interesting to wonder if the images we see every week of stress-free, happiness-enhancing parenthood aren't in some small, subconscious way contributing to our own dissatisfactions with the actual experience, in the same way that a small part of

    2011年考研真题(英语一)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    Cargo aircraft, in contrast,might be easier to reschedule,as might routine military flight.

    2010年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    Failing to recognize that, he notes, leads to "an overly simplified view of what the solutions might be".

    2017年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    Failing to recognize that, he notes, leads to an overly simplified view of what the solutions might be.

    2017年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    firms are now studying how genes interact, looking for correlations that might be used to determine the causes of disease or predict a drug's efficacy.

    2012年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    For example, he theorised that a judge fearful of appearing too soft on crime might be more likely to send someone to prison if he had already sentenced five or six other defendants only to forced community service on that day.

    2013年考研真题(英语一)完形填空 Section Ⅰ

    given the advantages of electronic money, you might think that we would move quickly to the cashless society in which all payments are made electronically.

    2013年考研真题(英语二)完形填空 Section Ⅰ

    Indeed, the Flatiron students might not go into it at all.

    2016年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    Indeed, while you might assume that an exhibition of Land Art would consist only of records of works rather than the works themselves, Long's photograph of his work is the work.

    2014年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    Instead of casting a wistful glance backward at all the species we've left in the dust I.Q.-wise, it implicitly asks what the real costs of our own intelligence might be.

    2009年考研真题(英语一)完形填空 Section Ⅰ

    It might also be hard for airlines to coordinate the departure times and destinations of passenger aircraft in a way that would allow them to gain from formation flight.

    2010年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    It's not as expensive as you might think.

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    Later, more established companies raced to add such patents to their files, if only as a defensive move against rivals that might beat them to the punch.

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    No matter how isolated you might feel and how serious the situation is, you should always remember that you are not alone.

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    Peter lissaman, an aeronautics expert who was formerly at Caltech and the University of Southern California has suggested that a formation of 25 birds might enjoy a range increase of 71%.

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    Some might see the proposal as a boo by prize for the fact that Britain is no longer be able to apply for the much more prestigious title of European capital of culture, a sough-after award bagged by Glasgow in 1990 and liverpool in 2008.

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    Some students might do well on state tests without completing their homework, but what about the students who performed well on the tests and did their homework?

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    Such bodily reaction might conceivably help moderate the effects of psychological stress.

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    That might seem rather an obscure point, but it sets the tone for an exhibition that contains a lot of black-and-white photographs and relatively few natural objects.

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    The Conservatives' planning reform explicitly gives rural development priority over conservation, even authorising "off-plan" building where local people might object.

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    The fact that this is not an uncommon occurrence means that dishonest persons might be able to access bank accounts in electronic payments systems and steal from someone else's accounts.

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    The system might use a smart identity card, or a digital credential linked to a specific computer, and would authenticate users at a range of online services.

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    There are concerns that government, employers, and marketers might be able to access these data, thereby violating our privacy.

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    These might include threats to freeze EU funds for poorer regions and EU mega-projects and even the suspension of a country's voting rights in EU ministerial councils.

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    This might mean implementing policy such as a plastic tax that adds a cost to environmentally problematic action, or banning single-use plastics altogether.

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    This might sound small, but to undo the effects of such a decrease a candidate would need 30 more GMAT points than would otherwise have been necessary.

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    This rule is meant to address the difficulty that students from impoverished or chaotic homes might have in completing their homework.

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    Those things might be social, sporting, creative or completely random -It doesn't matter, so long as they're enjoyable, and not likely to have negative side effects, such as drinking too much alcohol or going on a wild spending spree if you're on a tight

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    Thus poor countries might not be able to escape their poverty traps without political changes that may be possible only with broader formal education.

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    To find out, the researches controlled for various factors that might make firms more likely to invest like size, industry, and sales -- and for indicators that a place was desirable to live in, like growth in wages or population.

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    Upcoming reforms might bring the price to a more reasonable level.

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    We might then begin to solve our immigration challenges.

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    You might even be tempted to assume that humanity has little future to look forward to.

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    You'd think this might fuel the efficiency mind-set, but in fact, Eberle notes, such ritualistic behavior helps us "step outside time's flow" into "soul time".

    2016年考研真题(英语二)阅读理解 Section Ⅱ

    收起真题例句
  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. physical strength
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  • 词组搭配

    might as well

    used to make an unenthusiastic suggestion

    [用于非积极性建议]倒不如;(满)可以

    I might as well begin.

    我还是开始吧。

    used to indicate that a situation is the same as if the hypothetical thing stated were true

    [用于表示情况相同,就好像所述假设是真的]就如同,会和…一样

    for readers seeking illumination, this book might as well have been written in Serbo-Croatian.

    对探求明示的读者,这本书就如同用塞尔维亚克罗地亚语写的一样。

    might have known (或 guessed)

    used to express one's lack of surprise about something

    [用于表示对某事不感到惊奇]就知道

    I might have known it was you.

    我就知道会是你。

    might is right

    those who are powerful can do what they wish unchallenged, even if their action is in fact unjustified

    强权即真理

    with all one's might

    using all one's power or strength

    竭尽全力

    with might and main

    with all one's strength or power

    拼命地

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  • 同义词辨析

    energy, force, power, might, strength, vigour

    这些名词均有"力"之意。

    • energy: 用于人时,指工作时焕发出的精力或干劲。
    • force: 着重指克服障碍,推动人或物朝所要求的方向运动或能产生明显效应的力量。
    • power: 最普通用词,泛指一切力量或能力等。
    • might: 多指巨大或超人的力量。
    • strength: 指机体内部的能力,是依靠身体组织而存在的力,经使用就变为force。
    • vigour: 指由生命元气的存在所产生的活力、精力。
  • 同义词

    can

  • 行业词典

    • 法律

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