- vt. 宣布；宣告；预示；播报
- vi. 作播音员；宣布竞选
- vt. & vi. 宣布,宣告,发表 make sth known publicly
- vt. 通报…到达 make known the presence or arrival of sb/sth
- vi. 主持,介绍 introduce (a speaker singer, etc.) on radio,TV, etc.
- vt. 预告,预示 foretell, say what will happen
make known; make an announcement;
"She denoted her feelings clearly"
announce publicly or officially;
"The President declared war"
give the names of;
"He announced the winners of the spelling bee"
foreshadow or presage
- I hope to announce the winner shortly.
- The president will announce a momentous decision.
- We can go out to people and announce Good News.
- I will always announce my goals to the world.
- Footsteps announced his return.
- The news was announced by Radio Beijing.
- Cindy announces four programs a week.
- He announced for governor.
- He announces for a national network.
- Everyone was silent as he announced the winner of the competition.
- The morning paper announced the death of Henry Smith.
- The government announced a cut in taxes.
- The commander assembled his men and announced their mission.
- The Prime Minister announced his resignation before the votes were counted fully .
- When I arrived, the servant announced me.
- He announced the next singer.
- Would you announce the guests as they come in?
- The servant announced Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
- She came in to announce dinner.
- The loudspeaker announced each airplane as it landed at the airport.
- She announces three programs a week.
- Who announces the news on the B.B.C. television?
- He announces the biggest football game.
- Footsteps announced her return.
- Her earlier works announced a talented writer.
- The sounding of a whistle announced the approach of the train.
- The dark clouds announced the coming of a storm.
- The results of the election and the lists of appointment were announced at the conclusion of the session.
- The book was announced in print.
- A visitor was announced.
- The news was announced by Radio Beijing.
- The government announced that they would pay for their debts.
- They announced that a cold wave would come soon.
- The boy announced that he was going to try out his toy plane that afternoon.
- The Prime Minister announced that he would resign.
- John announced that he had found a new job.
- The new government announced that it will put the development of economy in the first place.
- The dust announced the dictionary has been long exposed in the shop.
- Have they announced when the race will begin?
- It was announced that all prisoners would be set free.
- It was announced that the Prime Minister would speak on television that evening.
- It was announced that the number of primary schools in that city had grown to 114.
- It has been announced that Mr. Green and Miss White will be married in October.
- “I've a proposal to make,” she announced as she entered.
- The government announced the danger to be past.
- announce to (v.+prep.)
向…宣布,告诉… make news known to sb or a group, especially publicly
announce sth to sb
We have announced her death to some friends only.
They officially announced the news to the reporters.
The government announced its policy to the nation at once.
He soon overcame his shyness and announced his mission to the world.
They announced their engagement to the family.
He announced to his friends his engagement to Miss Alice.
He announced to us his intention of leaving us.
The date of the examination will be announced to all schools later in the year.
今年晚些时候将向所有学校宣布考试日期。announce to sb that-clause
Mary announced to her parents that she was going to run for monitor.
Please announce to students that the holidays will begin next Monday.
- announce action 宣布采取行动
- announce a decision 公布决议
- announce an appointment 公布一项任命
- announce date 宣布日期
- announce east and strike west 声东击西
- announce happy news 报喜
- announce names 宣布姓名
- announce sb's marriage with sb 宣布与某人结婚
- announce sb's release 宣布释放某人
- announce the danger to be past 宣布危险已过
- announce the establishment of 宣布建立
- announce the figures of 公布数字
- announce the list of the new members 公布新成员名单
- announce the nationalization of 宣布收归国有
- announce the results 揭晓
- announce the suspension of an agreement 宣布中止一项协议
- announce the termination of a treaty 宣布条约期满
- announce the winners in a contest 宣布比赛的获胜者
- announce dinner 通知开饭
- announce guests 通报客到
- announce sb's arrival 通报某人的到来
- announce sb's return 通报…回来了
- announce visitors 通报客到
- announce game 讲解比赛
- announce news 播报新闻
- announce programs 主持节目
- announce spring 预示着春天
- announce storm 预示着暴风雨
- announce abruptly 突然宣布
- announce arrogantly 傲慢地宣布
- announce authoritatively 授权宣布
- announce blandly 平淡地宣布
- announce blithely 冒失地宣布
- announce brazenly 厚颜无耻地宣布
- announce briskly 语气刻薄地宣布
- announce clamorously 吵吵闹闹地宣布
- announce dramatically 戏剧性地宣布
- announce explicitly 清楚地宣布
- announce finally 最终宣布
- announce formally 正式宣布
- announce gayly 高兴地宣布
- announce haltingly 吞吞吐吐地宣布
- announce informally 非正式宣布
- announce jokingly 开玩笑地宣布
- announce previously 提前通知
- announce publicly 公开宣布
- announce reluctantly 勉强地宣布
- announce sadly 悲痛地宣布
- announce significantly 意味深长地宣布
- announce simultaneously 同时宣布
- announce solemnly 庄严宣告
- announce sorrily 遗憾地宣布
- announce unreservedly 无保留地宣布
- announce virtuously 公正地宣布
- announce vociferously 大声地宣布
I take this opportunity to publicly announce the betrothal of my daughter.出自： E. O
A huge electric sign announced its message.出自： R. Ellison
The wireless announced that the King would address his subjects in Rumanian.出自： O. Manning
- announce的基本意思是“宣布,宣告,发表”,指以语言或文字首次公开地、正式地使人知道。引申义一是“通报某人到达”,大声喊出其名字; 二是“主持,介绍”。announce还可指不通过文字或语言的“预示”。
- announce多用作及物动词,后接名词、代词或that/wh-从句作宾语,有时还可接以“to be/as+ n./adj. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。announce有时还可引出直接引语。可用于被动结构。
He announced her his intention of going.
这样的说话时错误的，可加to改成He announced to her his intention of going。
The work is announced finished.
The work is announced to be finished.
- announce, declare, proclaim, publish
- 1.从主语上说, proclaim的主语只能是权力机关或政府首脑; announce, declare和publish则既可以是权力机关或政府首脑,也可以是普通个人。
- 2.从宾语上说,即宣布的内容上说, announce指公众关心的,特别是具有新闻性的事件。例如:
- The rise of prices of grain was announced in the papers.粮价上涨已在报上公布。
- The government declared rubber a strategic and critical material.政府宣布橡胶为重要战略物资。
- The founding of the United Nations was proclaimed in 1945.1945年联合国宣告成立。
- 3.从宣布的方法上说, announce, declare, proclaim既可指口头地,也可指书面地; 而publish则主要指印成文字地。
- 4.从宣布的目的上说, announce, proclaim, publish在于使众所周知; 而declare则在于使人明白。例如:
- The arrested man declared himself innocent.被捕的人声称自己是无罪的。
- 5.从使用场合上说, proclaim用在正式场合; declare主要用于正式场合,也可用于非正式场合; announce则不如proclaim和declare正式庄重,可以用于一般场合,也可用于官方正式公告。
- announce to, declare to
- 这两个短语的共同意思是“向…宣布”。其区别在于:announce to的宣布是指对公众宣布或特定一群人所关心之事的公开和正式的宣布,例如:
- He announced to them the birth of his first baby.他向他们宣布他的第一个小孩的诞生。
- declare to意为作官方或个人正式的、公开有力的宣告,此宣告既清楚又明了,例如:
- I declare to you that I have never lied about the affair.我向你声明,我在这件事上从来没有说过谎。
- pronounce词义与announce, declare接近，但较多用于指法律判决方面的宣布。
误 He announced her his intention of going.
正 He announced to her his intention of going.
正 He announced his intention of going to her.
析 announce后不能直接接双宾语,它的宾语是被宣布的内容,而不是听取宣布的人,表示“向某人宣布某事”应该说announce to sb sth 或announce sth to sb。政府已经宣布对该货限制进口。
误 The government has announced to restrict the import of this commodity.
正 The government has announced that the import of this commodity is restricted.
误 He announced to me that the meeting would be held this afternoon.
正 He announced that the meeting would be held this afternoon.
- ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的anocier，意为宣告；最初源自拉丁语的annuntiare，意为宣告。