- 美[ˈspɛkjulətɪv, -ˌle-]
- adj.投机的; 思考的; 推理的，揣摩的
M 0905 recommended the establishment of an appropriate hedging position, and can try to speculative single space.
More likely, the move relates to the speculative capital inflows pouring into the country.
Real estate tax: containment or containment speculative investment?
Speculative fund buying on expected 4000 soybean contract.
Imagine the outcry if a big loss happened in a speculative business like proprietary trading.
Philosophy is more speculative than active.
IB has advised me that future trading is highly speculative and carries serious financial risk.
Foreign direct investment ( FDI ) is less volatile than speculative capital inflows.
国外直接投资 ( FDI ) 较投机性资本流的波动性小.
The speculative demand for iron ore, for example, is gravely hurting China's national interest.
The IMF bases its numbers on Methods: That are not too speculative.
A promoter of speculative or fraudulent enterprises.
He had a speculative gleam in his eyes.
The moves were aimed at avoiding speculative bubbles in areas like real estate.
As much as 90 % of it is used for speculative trades in financial markets.
Respecting international speculative capital, I must illuminate the definition of speculation.
The other case which is excluded is the case of speculative demand.
Rather, speculative theology is the ontology of the ens realissimum , the highest actuality as such.
而且, 思辨神学是theensrealissimum的本体论, 就其本身而论是最高实在.
The speculative activity in the stock marker can be diveded into normal speculation and excessive speculation.
The boss has put all his money into that speculative enterprise.
China's stock exchanges tend to be volatile and driven by speculative investment.
She cast a speculative look at Kate.
His mother regarded him with a speculative eye.
He has written a speculative biography of Christopher Marlowe.
Thousands of pensioners were persuaded to mortgage their homes to invest in speculative bonds.
The King's Reach hotel was built as a speculative venture but never completed.
Much of her work is speculative, based on psychoanalytic theory rather than empirical data.
The papers ran speculative stories about the mysterious disappearance of Eddie Donagan.
Even before the invention of the electric light bulb, the author produced a remarkable work of speculative fiction that would foreshadow many ethical questions to be raised by technologies yet to come.
2019年考研真题（英语一）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ收起真题例句
1. not financially safe or secure;
"a bad investment"
"high risk investments"
"anything that promises to pay too much can't help being risky"
"speculative business enterprises"
2. not based on fact or investigation;
"a notional figure of cost helps in determining production costs"
3. showing curiosity;
"if someone saw a man climbing a light post they might get inquisitive"
"raised a speculative eyebrow"