- 当，配，配上， 配得到，配得上
- 无愧于，受之无愧 ，当之无愧
- vt. 应受,应得,值得 have earned by one's actions or character; be worthy of
be worthy or deserving;
"You deserve a promotion after all the hard work you have done"
- He has done nothing to deserve death.
- You deserve a reward for being so helpful.
- These proposals deserve careful study.
- He deserves a reward for his efforts.
- You've been working all morning—you deserve a rest.
- The question deserves consideration.
- He deserved to be punished.
- The boy richly deserves whipping.
- He didn't really deserve she should be so kind to him.
- deserve of (v.+prep.)
应该受到某人〔某团体〕好的〔坏的〕待遇 be worthy of good〔bad〕 treatment by sb or a group
deserve well〔ill〕 of sb/sth
He deserves well of his employers.
The student has deserved ill of this school, and must be asked to leave.
We had suffered too little To deserve all the flowers, the kisses, the wine and the thanks.出自： P. Dehn
I don't know what I've done to deserve a daughter like you.出自： O. Manning
They are really citizens of mark, whose opinions..deserve to be heard and attended to.出自： H. L. Mencken
What crime can so deserve such pain?出自： F. Warner
- deserve指某人因行为,品行,才干而“应受,应得”,其宾语常是奖赏、批评、惩罚等词,也可指某物因具有某些特点而“值得…”,其宾语常是关注、研究、考虑等词, deserve通常不用于进行体。
He deserves to succeed.
The old man deserves looking after.
He deserves a reward.
He is deserving of a reward.
deserve well of和deserve ill of均为习惯用于，两者中的of都不可省略。
He deserves well of the people.
Does he deserve that you should treat him like this?
- ☆ 13世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古法语的deservir；最初源自古典拉丁语的deservire：de (完全的） + servire (服务），意为因服务而享受的权力。