- n.国家; 民族; 国民; 政府
- 复数: nations;
the president's radio broadcast to the nation
an independent nation
the world's leading industrial nations
the Cherokee nation
an independent nation
the African nations
The entire nation, it seemed, was watching TV.
[不可数名词]Citizenship is about the sense of nationhood.
Such policies would require unprecedented cooperation between nations...
The Arab nations agreed to meet in Baghdad.
It was a story that touched the nation's heart.
US Presient Kennedy is assassinated.
O! The Huanghe ( River ), cradle of the Chinese nation.
啊! 黄河, 你是中华民族的摇篮.
The affairs of the nation have been abandoned to dishonest politicians.
We shall take our place in the world as a nation with an advanced culture.
Another new nation has been brought into being.
The news of victory rejoiced the heart of the whole nation.
The British nation has not risen up in a generation.
The reactionary officials took bribes insatiably, giving not the least care to the future of the nation.
Gone are the days when a big nation could lord it over small ones.
The nation declined as a world power.
The discoverer claimed the island for the nation.
On hearing of the victory, the nation was transported with joy.
The nation wants peace; only a minority want the war to continue.
For years the nation had been under the heel of a dictatorial regime.
The whole nation feels with the families of those who were drowned in the great floods.
Tactics differs from strategy, which refers to the overall plans of a nation at war.
They look forward to their rebirth as a nation.
The exhibition is designed to reflect the diversity of the nation and its regions.
The nation must be aroused from its unwillingness to work.
Their life was much more comfortable than that of todayIt was helpful to maintaining a nation's tradition.
If the food situation continues to worsen, entire nations will break down at an ever increasing rate.
The implication is a sharp decline in global trade, which has plunged partly because oilproducing nations can't afford to import as much as they used to.
One reason is that more countries are big oil producers now, so the nations suffering from the price drop account for a larger share of the global economy.
It should be made clear that not everyone has a device to record their sleep patterns; in some of these nations, it's likely that only the richest people do.
Before you brush this argument aside as rubbish, or think of joy as an unaffordable luxury in a nation where there is awful poverty, low academic achievement, and high dropout rates, think again.
High school degrees offer far less in the way of preparation for work than they might, or than many other nations currently offer, creating a growing skills gap in our economy.
There is, in our view, no real dispute here, we are all seeking the same thing, which is schools that better serve our children and our nation by encouraging students to tackle tough subjects under the guidance of gifted teachers.
The competition only happens every four years and the last time the team went, they won the third place in the nation.
2019年6月四级真题（第一套）听力 Section C
The EFK website states, "Our nation is not graduating enough engineers."
2017年12月四级真题（第二套）阅读 Section A
The name of the TV show we wish to produce is Science Nation.
2019年12月四级真题（第一套）听力 Section B
We will become the first nation in Europe to publish a national health and care workforce plan.
2019年12月四级真题（第二套）听力 Section A
The nations participating at COP 21 are focusing on quantitative emissions-reduction commitments.
Nations from around the world have gathered in Paris for the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP 21, with the goal of a universal and potentially legally-binding agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Moreover, nonparticipation by nations, if sufficiently widespread, can undermine the political will of participating countries to act.
For example, the United Nations Children's Fund estimates that some 11 million children in Africa face hunger, disease, and water shortages as a result of the strongest El Ni o ( ' , 厄尔尼诺) weather phenomenon in decades.
Thoughts turn first to some sort of global statistic, some indicator which would rate the wealth of nations in both economic and environmental terms and show a relationship between the two.
The roots of his speech, given in March at the roundtable meeting of environment and energy ministers from the G20 group of nations, stretch back to 1972, and the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm.
Teachers need to be much better paid to attract the best college graduates to the nation's worst schools.
Poor countries will have to bear the cost for rich nations' economic development.
Measuring emissions is not a precise science, particularly when it comes to issues surrounding land use; not all nations have released up-to-date data, and in any case, emissions from some sectors such as aviation are not included in national statistics.
Citizens of wealthy nations demand national parks, clean rivers, clean air and poisonfree food.
A case can be made that rich nations export environmental problems, the most graphic example being climate change.
With competition from many countries, Antarctica is no longer dominated by the traditional white nations.
This is vital for climate-vulnerable nations.
The research stations on King George lsland offer a glimpse into the long game on this ice-blanketed continent as nations assert themselves, eroding the sway long held by countries like the United States, Britain, Australia and New Zealand.
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.
Nations are also pressing ahead with space research and satellite projects to expand their global navigation abilities.
More than $100 billion in funding has been put on the table for supporting developing nations to reduce emissions.
It will motivate all nations to reduce carbon emissions.
However, the agreement specifies that there is no formal distinction between developed and developing nations in their responsibility to cut emissions, effectively ignoring historical emissions.
For the first time, the world's nations agreed to keep global warming well below 2 ℃.
Encouraging high-emitting nations to take the initiative.
Developed nations such as Australia, the United States, Canada, and European countries are essentially climate free-riders: causing the majority of the problems through high greenhouse gas emissions, while incurring few of the costs such as climate change's impact on food and water.
Colombia said this year that it planned to join other South American nations with bases in Antarctica.
Calling on all the nations concerned to make joint efforts.
Being stationed in Antarctica involves adapting to life on the planet's driest, windiest and coldest continent, yet each nation manages to make itself at home.
And it is clearly up to the current generation of leaders from high-emitting nations to decide whether they want to be remembered as climate change tyrants or pioneers.
Saying they can no longer ignore the rising prices of health care, some of the most influential medical groups in the nation are recommending that doctors weigh the costs, not just the effectiveness of treatments, as they make decisions about patient care.
In particular, Arum and Roksa found, college students were not developing the critical thinking, analytic reasoning and other higher-level skills that are necessary to thrive in today's knowledge-based economy and to lead our nation in a time of complex challenges and dynamic change.
A new term is created to address African AmericansAll ethnic groups share the nation's continued progress.
Sweden has gone farther than any other nation on earth to integrate the sexes and to offer women the same opportunities and freedoms as men.
Sweden has done more than other nations to close the gender gap.
Late-stage developing nations that are currently industrialising rapidly, for example China, which will experience declining rates of population growth, coupled with increasing affluence (富裕）and age profile.
In the modem industrialised agricultural process—which developing nations are moving towards in order to increase future yields—energy usage in the making and application of fertilisers and pesticides represents the single biggest component
In order to begin tackling the challenge, the Institution recommends that: The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation work with the international engineering community to ensure governments of developed nations put in place programmes that transfer engineering knowledge, design know-how, and suitable technology to newly developing countries
Governments in developed nations devise and implement policy that changes consumer expectations
By 1973, domestic US sources of oil were peaking, and the nation was importing more of its oil, depending on a constant flow from abroad to keep cars on the road and machines running.
Oil prices may exert influence not only on American government policies but on how energy is used in the nation
Craft work has higher status in nations like Germany, which invests in apprenticeship (学徒) programs for high school students.
Then, in 1973, the predominantly Arab nations of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) resolved to stop selling oil to the United States.
These included developing additional domestic sources (such as those on Alaska's North Slope), resuming extraction at sites that had been shut down because of cost inefficiency, capping the price that domestic producers could charge for oil, and beginning to import oil from a greater diversity of nations.
A Nation That's Losing Its Toolbox The scene inside the Home Depot on Weyman Avenue here would give the old-time American craftsman pause
What can the West's overly indebted and sluggish (经济滞长的) nations learn from a flourishing Asia?
The United States once had the highest graduation rate of any nation.
As the nation moves further into the Obama presidency, will politically engaged young people continue to support the president and his agenda, or will they gradually drift away?
Without intervention they will be a headache to the nation.
30 people were present, and all, except me, me from the island called McClure in the nation of nut.
2018年12月六级真题（第一套）听力 Section C
In particular, Arum and Roksa found, college students were not developing the critical thinking, analytic reasoning and other higher-level skills that are necessary to thrive in today's knowledge-based economy and to lead our nation in a time of complex c
2015年12月六级真题（第一套）阅读 Section C
Palau has only been an independent nation for twenty years and has a strong history of environmental protection.
2017年12月六级真题（第二套）阅读 Section A
Saying they can no longer ignore the rising prices of health care, some of the most influential medical groups in the nation are recommending that doctors weigh the costs, not just the effectiveness of treatments, as they make decisions about patient care
2015年12月六级真题（第三套）阅读 Section C
The Pacific island nation of Palau has become home to the sixth largest marine sanctuary in the world.
2017年12月六级真题（第二套）阅读 Section A
The tiny island nation has set aside 500, 000 square kilometers 80 percent—of its maritime territory, for full protection.
2017年12月六级真题（第二套）阅读 Section A
As for the USA, it is almost unique among developed nations in having a population that is expected to grow by 20% from 2010—2030.
2017年高考英语江苏卷 任务型阅读 原文
If nations could only keep the initial promises of the Paris Agreement, what would happen by the year 2100?
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读B 题设
If those island nations not far above sea level are to survive, the maximum temperature rise, since the start of the industrial age, should be 0.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读B 题设
In fact, half of the 6, 000-7, 000 languages spoken around the world today will likely die out by the next century, according to the united nations educational, scientific and cultural organization UNESCO.
2014年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
Nations would not need to tighten their emissions targets.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读B 选项
Others say it's only natural that newcomers learn the language of their host nation, seeing it as a condition to ensure they can contribute to society.
2017年高考英语浙江卷（6月） 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
This is how much temperatures would rise by 2100 even if nations live up to the initial Paris promises to reduce carbon emissions; this rise could still put coastal cities under water and drive over half of all species to extinction.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
This is the most ambitious goal for temperature rise set by the Paris agreement, after a push by low-lying island nations like Kiribati, which say limiting temperature rise to ?
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
Understanding history is vital to understanding ourselves as a people and as a nation.
2019年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读A 原文
Unesco united nations educational, scientific and cultural organization recently set April 30 as a day to raise awareness of Jazz music, its significance, and its potential as a unifying voice across cultures.
2017年高考英语全国卷1 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
When vaccination rates are very high, as they still are in the nation as a whole, everyone is protected.
2017年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
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
Now the nation's top patent court appears completely ready to scale back on business-method patents, which have been controversial ever since they were first authorized 10 years ago.
During the late 1990s，national spending on social sciences and the humanities as a percentage of all research and development funds-including government, higher education, non-profit and corporate—varied from around 4% to 25%; in most European nations, it is about 15%.
This movement, driven by powerful and diverse motivations, built a nation out of a wilderness and, by its nature, shaped the character and destiny of an uncharted continent.
So, what Kennedy was referring to was that while GDP has been the most common method for measuring the economic activity of nations , as a measure , it is no longer enough.
A small but vocal group of Hawaiians and environments have long viewed their presence as disrespect for sacred land and a painful reminder of the occupation of what was once a sovereign nation.
The building has housed some of the nation's most significant diplomats and politicians and has been the scene of many historic events.
The State, War, and Navy Building, as it was originally known, housed the three Executive Branch Departments most intimately associated with formulating and conducting the nation's foreign policy in the last quarter of the nineteenth century and the first quarter of the twentieth century-the period when the United States emerged as an international power.
Planning documents pledged that the great legacy of the Games would be to lever a nation of sport lovers away from their couches.
2017年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ收起真题例句
1. a politically organized body of people under a single government;
"the state has elected a new president"
"students who had come to the nation's capitol"
"the country's largest manufacturer"
"an industrialized land"
2. the people who live in a nation or country;
"a statement that sums up the nation's mood"
"the news was announced to the nation"
"the whole country worshipped him"
3. a federation of tribes (especially native American tribes);
"the Shawnee nation"
[often as modifier]a nation not divided by social inequality
nation, state, country, land, power
nation, people, race