expire

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expire[英][iksˈpaiə] [美][ɪkˈspaɪr]

簡明釋義

vi.期滿;檔案、協定等(因到期而)失效;斷氣;逝世
第三人稱單數:expires
過去式:expired
過去分詞:expired
現在分詞:expiring

VERB到期;期滿;失效

When something such as a contract, deadline, or visa expires, it comes to an end or is no longer valid.
He had lived illegally in the United States for five years after his visitor's visa expired.
在訪問簽證到期後,他又在美國非法居住了5年。

VERB氣絕;死亡;

He endured excruciating agonies before he finally expired.
在最終離世前他經受了極大的痛苦。

例句

1、Reported that the japanese current congress will expire june 22.
報導稱,日本本屆國會將於6月22日到期。
2、The current law is set to expire this weekend.
現行法律將於本周末期滿。
3、The valid period of the passport will expire soon.
護照有效期即將屆滿的。
4、So too, your hopes, ambitions, plans and to-do lists will expire.
同樣,你的希望、雄心、計畫和未竟之事都將終止.
5、Unfortunately, the congress set the legislation to expire on february 1.
但令人遺憾的是,國會限定這項立法於2月1日到期。

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