instating

 
[ɪn'steɪt]     [ɪn'steɪt]    
  • vt. 任命
instated instated instating instates

instate的用法和样例:

例句

  1. After some brainstorming, he will decide to instate a Facial Hair Tax.
    针对这场资产转移,杜双华是通过海外投资公司来实现的。
  2. In general, if choosing between instate schools, or choosing based on cost, KU is a strong contender.
    相比同一个州内的其他学校和费用而言,堪萨斯大学都是很强的竞争者。
  3. Palmer assures him that when he does become President, he will instate Mason to a high position of power.
    帕默向他保证,等他当上总统,他会任命梅森一个位高权重的职位。
  4. Those purposes were influenced to the proposals infuriated Russia, despite Washington instate .
    这些行为激怒了俄国。
  5. In Mississippi, the president will walk through neighborhood hard hit by last year storm, visit a recovering bussiness and meet for the local instate(and state)leaders.
    在密西西比洲,总统将走访遭受去年暴风袭击的邻里,参观一个正在恢复的企业,并且和当地领导,洲领导会面。
  6. We always instate the major idea that surviving by quality, development by reputation, benefit by output, market by low profit.
    “质量保证、交货快捷、价格优惠、诚信经营”是我厂创立伊始就一直恪守的服务宗旨。

词汇搭配

经典引文

  • What seemed a provisional measure worked so well as to instate yet another tradition.

    出自: E. Bowen
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