ABSENT

ABSENT

adj.缺席的,不在場的; 缺少的,缺乏的; 不在意的,茫然的; vt.缺席,不參加; 不在;

基本信息

音標

['æbsənt]

釋義

•1

•ADJ不在的;缺席的

•If someone or something isabsent froma place or situation where they should be or where they usually are, they are not there.

•He has been absent from his desk for two weeks...

•他已經有兩個星期沒有坐在辦公桌前了。

•2

•ADJ-GRADED出神的;心不在焉的

•If someone appearsabsent, they are not paying attention because they are thinking about something else.

•'Nothing,' Rosie said in an absent way.

•“沒什麼,”羅茜心不在焉地說。

•absently

•He nodded absently.

•他漫不經心地點了點頭。

•3

•ADJ(父或母)不與子女一起住的

•Anabsentparent does not live with his or her children.

•...absent fathers who fail to pay towards the costs of looking after their children.

•那些不在子女身邊、未能支付撫養費的父親

•4

•VERB使不在,使離開(本應在或通常在的地方)

•If someoneabsents themselves froma place where they should be or where they usually are, they do not go there or they do not stay there.

•She was old enough to absent herself from the lunch table if she chose...

•她長大了,可以自己做主不來吃午餐了。

•5

•PREP若沒有;假設沒有

•If you say thatabsentone thing, another thing will happen, you mean that if the first thing does not happen, the second thing will happen.

•Absent a solution, people like Sue Godfrey will just keep on fighting.

•假如得不到解決,像休·戈弗雷這樣的人就會一直堅持鬥爭下去。

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