- vt. 认为,相信 consider; have the opinion
keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view;
"take for granted"
"view as important"
"hold these truths to be self-evident"
"I hold him personally responsible"
- They were deemed to be illegal immigrants.
- They deemed that he was no longer capable of managing the business.
- These buildings are deemed to be of architectural importance and must be protected.
- Don't you deem that it is your duty to help?
- I deem that it is time to act.
- He deemed that it was his duty to help the poor.
- They deemed that he was no longer capable of managing his own affairs.
- He deemed me to be foolish.
- He deemed himself guilty of John's death.
- Do you deem this plan sensible?
- I deem it advisable to buy the shares in the railroad now.
- I deem it an honor to be asked to speak before so distinguished a group.
- He would deem it an honor to make your acquaintance.
- I did hope that my work would be deemed worthy as before.
- She was deemed to be brave.
- It was deemed to detract from the dignity of the republic.
- For one word a man is often deemed to be wise or foolish.
- deem highly of (v.+adv.+prep.)
高度评价 pay high tribute to; speak highly
deem highly of sb/sth
We deemed highly of him.
We deem very highly of his administrative talent.
- deem highly of 对 ... 给予高...
Thou Judge be ware, for as ye deme, ze sall be demed.出自： J. Skene
- deem是及物动词,可接that从句,还可接以“to be+ n./adj. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。可用于被动结构。
I deem it wise to follow his advice.
Any person who has not given notice of objection before the prescribed day will be deemed to have agreed.