entitle

  核心词汇  
[ɪn'taɪtl]     [ɪn'taɪtl]    
  • vt. 取名为;使有权利
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entitle的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 给题名
  2. 使…有资格
  3. 给与…权利
  4. 给…定名
  5. 把…叫做
  6. 名叫(称)
  7. 享有…权利
  8. 有权获得
  9. 有资格
  10. 获…进项
  11. 理应得到
  12. 给…称号
  13. 给…权力
  14. 给…称号
  15. 使符合资格
  16. 给…命名
  17. 给…题名
  18. 使有资格
  19. 使有权
  20. 给…权利

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 使有资格; 使有权 give a claim or right (to)
  2. vt. 给(书、文章等)题名 give the title of (book or article, etc.)

英英释义

Verb:
  1. give the right to;

    "The Freedom of Information Act entitles you to request your FBI file"

  2. give a title to

  3. give a title to someone; make someone a member of the nobility

entitle的用法和样例:

例句

用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. She read a poem entitled The Apple Tree.
    她读了一首题为《苹果树》的诗。
  2. He entitled the book Savage Love.
    他给这本书取名为《野性的爱》。
  3. His services entitle him to our respect.
    凭他的功劳他应受我们尊敬。
  4. Your qualifications entitle you to a higher salary.
    你的资格使你有权享有较高的薪水。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. + n.
  1. He entitled the book Crime and Punishment .
    他把书名定为《罪与罚》。
  2. He entitled the book The Secret Garden .
    他把这本书定名为《秘密花园》。
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  4. This book is entitled A Tale of Two Cities .
    这本书叫《双城记》。
  5. The new magazine was entitled The World Screen .
    这本新杂志被命名为《环球荧屏》。
  6. The new book is entitled How to Write Letters .
    这本新书名叫《怎样写信》。
  7. The poem is entitled Ode to Skylark .
    这首诗的题目是《云雀颂》。
S+~+ n./pron. +to- v
  1. This ticket doesn't entitle you to travel first class.
    你不能凭这张车票坐头等车旅行。
  2. His position entitled him to make the decision by himself.
    他的地位使他有权利做那个决定。
  3. He entitled us to enter his office at any time.
    他授权给我们可以随时进入他的办公室。
  4. His long years of experience entitled him to be respected.
    他多年的工作经验使他应该得到尊重。
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  6. You are not entitled to get unemployment benefit if you have never worked.
    如果你从来没有参加过工作,那么你就无权领取救济金。
  7. If you fail three times, you are not entitled to try any more.
    如果你失败三次,那你便无权再试了。
  8. Officers are entitled to travel first class.
    官员们有权乘一等舱旅行。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
entitle to (v.+prep.)
    赋予(某人)做(某事)或拥有(某物)的权利 give (sb) the right to (sth)
    entitle sb to sth

    Their age and experience entitle old people to the respect of young people.

    老年人由于他们的年龄和经验而得到年轻人对他们的尊敬。

    This ticket entitles you to a free seat at the concert.

    持这张票你可以免费听音乐会。

    I am entitled to a repayment for the damaged goods.

    我有权利索取货物损坏赔偿金。

    She was entitled to a disability pension.

    她有权享受残疾人津贴。

    Every child in this country is entitled to free education at school.

    在这个国家所有儿童都可免费上学。

    Women workers are entitled to a 90-day maternity leave with pay.

    女工有权享受90天产假,工资照领。

    He is entitled to special consideration.

    他有权利得到特殊照顾。

    Everyone is entitled to his own opinion.

    人人都有权持有自己的看法。

    That proposal was not entitled to consideration.

    那项提案不值得考虑。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • A clear..way of entitling the tunes is to name them after their composers.

    出自: B. Cottle

entitle的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. entitle作“给…题名”解时,以书或文章等作宾语,以所取之名为补足语,注意该宾语补足语不可用as引导。
  2. entitle作“使有权”解时,接由动词不定式充当补足语的复合宾语,也可在entitle的宾语后接介词to引起的短语,表示“赋予(某人做某事)的权利”。
  3. entitle多用于被动结构。
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