- 奖品， 奖金，奖赏
- vt. 授予,奖给; 判给 award sth(to sb)to make an official decision to give sth to sb as a payment, prize, etc.
- [C][U]裁决; 决定; 裁定额 the amount of money that a court decides should be given to sb who has won a case; the decision to give this money
- [C]奖; 奖品; 奖金; 奖状 a prize such as money, etc. for sth that sb has done
- [C]〈英〉奖学金; 助学金 money that students get to help pay for living costs while they study or do research
- a grant made by a law court;
"he criticized the awarding of compensation by the court"
- a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction;
"an award for bravery"
- something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery;
"the prize was a free trip to Europe"
- give, especially as an honor or reward;
"bestow honors and prizes at graduation"
- give as judged due or on the basis of merit;
"the referee awarded a free kick to the team"
"the jury awarded a million dollars to the plaintiff"
"Funds are granted to qualified researchers"
- It is impossible to honor her with the award.
- The child smiled at his teacher as he received the award.
- It is the highest award a producer can receive.
- Bill accepted the championship award on behalf of the team.
- The university awarded him an honorary degree.
- The champion was awarded the gold medal.
- She has been awarded first prize four years in succession.
- The judge awarded costs to the defendant.
- Custody of the children was awarded to the mother.
The referee awarded a free kick.
The court awarded heavy damages.
The jury awarded libel damages of ￡100,000.
The prize is awarded annually.
The Glenn Gould prize is awarded for distinction in music.
The judge awarded both finalists equal points.
The judge awarded her $200 as damages.
A High Court judge awarded her custody of the children.
They awarded John the first prize.
The government awarded him the title of Combat Hero.
The British Government awarded him a grant of ￡1500.
After much discussion, she was awarded the point.
She was awarded a medal for bravery.
He was awarded the prize for being the fastest runner.
He was awarded his damages by the court.
He was awarded damages of￡50,000.
After graduation he was awarded a scholarship to do research.
The best students are awarded special scholarships.
Students who complete the course successfully will be awarded a diploma.
The university has awarded $500 travel grant to Jane.
They awarded scholarships to needy students.
The court awarded damages of 5000 dollars to him.
The judges awarded the prize to her.
The judge awarded a large sum of money to those hurt by the explosion.
The judge awarded substantial damages to the victims of the explosion.
All things considered,I think we ought to award the job to Smith.
Councilor has been invited here today to award the school prizes to our successful boys and girls.
The prize was awarded to me for excellence in English.
A medal was awarded to her.
The gold medal was awarded to Mr. Brown for his fine exhibit of vegetables.
The cup was awarded to our team.
A $75 M contract has been awarded to Swedish construction firm.
She's been awarded a scholarship to study at Oxford.
Damages awarded for loss of future earnings can be substantial.
The award for this year's best actress went to her.
The judges may conceivably find themselves unable to make an award.
She received an award made annually by the British Cultural Council.
The company received awards from various exhibitions.
He received honours and awards from the government for his contribution to agricultural production.
The new library has won an architectural award.
Who do you think should win the Academy Award for Best Director this year?
She was given a special award for her bravery.
His horse was given the highest award at the horse-show.
The firm gave him an award.
The teacher gave her best student an award.
The novel earned him a literary award.
You could apply for an award if you want to learn a new skill.
The film awards were presented annually.
The Academy Awards are given out once a year.
They have authorized awards of ￡900 to each of the victims.
He received an award of ￡10,000 in compensation for his injuries.
The Olympic winner received a gold medal as an award.
- award a free kick 裁定罚任意球
- award a medal to sb 授予某人奖章
- award a prize for research 授予研究奖
- award an honorary degree 授予荣誉学位
- award sb a scholarship 给某人奖学金
- award sb the degree of M.A. 授予某人文学硕士学位
- award the top prize 授予一等奖
- accept the award 受奖; 接受裁决
- establish a new award 设立新的奖
- gain an award 获奖
- get the award 得奖
- give sb an award 奖励某人
- grant an award 授奖
- make an award 授奖,作出判决
- obtain an award 获得奖品
- present an award 颁奖
- receive an award 得奖,领奖
- apply for an award 申请奖学金
- hand out awards to 向…颁发奖品
- arbitration award 仲裁判决
- cash award 现金奖
- merit award 荣誉奖
- money award 奖金
- Oscar award 奥斯卡金像奖
- safety award 安全奖
- honour sb with an award 授给某人奖金
A pound of that same merchant's flesh is thine, The court awards it and the law doth give it.出自：Merchant of Venice,Shakespeare
A Court of Discipline, which awarded him two years imprisonment and fifty lashes.出自：G. B. Shaw
For his thesis on Dust Inhalation, he had been awarded his MD.出自：A. J. Cronin
We awarded the prize to him.
We awarded him the prize.
- award 指因竞赛获胜、工作成绩卓著而获得的“奖赏”“奖品”或“荣誉称号”。获奖者并不一定是竞争者,但必须满足或达到了颁奖人提出的条件或标准,有时,可指在某一竞赛中作出的颁奖或裁定行动。
- award, accord, concede, grant, vouchsafe
这组词的共同意思是尽责任、义务或施恩而给、送。其区别是：accord指给予某人应得的或与其身份、地位相符的利益、尊重等; award指授予、判予,所给予的物品应是应得的或值得的,而给予者常被看成是公正的; concede多指因外在压力迫使而给予或授予; grant指出于同情、正义感或要求而给予,多用于上级给下级或长辈给晚辈等; vouchsafe则指地位高的人仁慈地给予地位低的人所乞求的东西,有时用作反语。
- award, confer, give, grant, present
这组词都有“给予”的意思。其区别是：give是最普通用语。present较正式,指以一定的形式或程序赠给,并暗示所给的物有一定的价值。例如:When Mr. Brown left the firm, the director presented a gold watch to him.布朗先生离开这家公司时,董事长送给他一只金表。grant指依照对方的希望或要求给予,有权者以正式手续给予。例如:They have been granted permission to pull down the old theatre.他们已获准拆除这座旧戏院。award指有充分理由给予奖赏。例如:She's been awarded a scholarship to study at Oxford University.她获得了去牛津大学念书的奖学金。confer指地位较高者把名誉或地位授予较低者。例如:An honorary degree was conferred on him by the university.这所大学授予他荣誉学位。
- award, reward
- award, honour, prize
这三个词都可作“奖励”解。其区别在于:1.award指对于优异成绩或卓越贡献经评定后正式授予的奖励; prize指确认某人在竞赛中所获得的优异成绩并给予特殊的奖励,也含有优胜者几经拼搏、胜利来之不易的意思; honour可指正式授予的精神奖励,也可指个人在公开场合下对某人所表达的高度评价与尊敬。例如:The new library has won an architectural award.新图书馆赢得了建筑奖。He finished only a yard behind the winner of the race but he had to be content with the second prize.比赛到达终点时,他虽仅以一码之差输给了第一名,但获得了二等奖他也应心满意足了。She brought honour to her family.她给家庭带来了荣誉。2.award, prize既可指精神上的奖励,也可指物质上的奖励; honour只指精神奖励。例如:The Golden Rooster Award is given out once a year.每年授予一次金鸡奖。Her book gained several literary prizes.她写的书获得好几种文学奖。Such a man is honour to his country.这种人是国家的光荣。
错句：the directors were awarding themselves with handsome salary.
纠正：the directors were awarding themselves handsome salary.
分析：award someone sth不能与介词with搭配使用，用法类似give someone sth.
- ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的awaredr，意为仔细观察后决定；最初源自古法国北方语的eswaredr，意为决定，审查。
- award:award n. 奖, 奖品vt. 授予, 判给 英英解释:名词award:1. a grant made by a law court同义词：awarding2. a tangible symbol…