- n. 奖品；奖
- v. 授予；给予；判给
- 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
- 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。
We awarded the prize to him.
We awarded him the prize.
- award, accord, concede, grant, vouchsafe
- 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
- 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。
- They have been granted permission to pull down the old theatre.他们已获准拆除这座旧戏院。
- 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。
- An honorary degree was conferred on him by the university.这所大学授予他荣誉学位。
- award, reward
- 这两个词都可表示“给予”,它们的区别是：award强调“授予”(奖章、奖金等),后面可接两个宾语：被授予的人和所授的奖励; reward则强调“报酬”,只能以人或人的行为作宾语,如果要说明以何为报酬,须加with短语。
- award, honour, prize
- 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。
- ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的awarder，意为仔细观察后决定；最初源自古法国北方语的eswarder，意为决定，审查。