- [C]联盟,同盟 group of people or countries combined for a particular purpose
- [U]等级,范畴 class or category of excellence
- an association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members
- an association of states or organizations or individuals for common action
- an obsolete unit of distance of variable length (usually 3 miles)
- unite to form a league
- They are not in the same league.
- Our club is a member of the Football League.
- Most of us in our class are League members.
- He is a member of the Ivy League.
- Several nations formed a defense league.
- Thus the first worker's league came into being.
- I enrolled my son in a junior sports league for the summer.
- The League was led by Communists.
- We should unite and form a league against imperialism.
Leagues are commonly made for mutual defence.
There are many leagues in the country.
Playwrights and musicians organize themselves respectively into leagues of authors and composers.
Smaller manufacturing firms are being squeezed both by big league competition and by low cost imports.
They are not in the same league.
He was so sophisticated, just someone way out of her league.
He is a bit out of your league.
You'll find you're out of your league if you challenge him to a game— he's the chess club champion.
- in league (with)
与…暗中合谋,同…私下勾结 working together, often secretly or for a bad purpose
They are in league now. 他们现在联合起来了。
The police suspected that the bank clerk was in league with the robbers. 警察怀疑银行职员与强盗有勾结。
She was entirely in league with her mother to embarrass me. 她完全与她母亲联合起来为难我。
- 与…暗中合谋,同…私下勾结 working together, often secretly or for a bad purpose
- make it to the big leagues
强有力的,非常成功的 be successful very much
It may serve as proof that you don't have to be an oil-rich sheikhdom to make it to the big leagues. 这件事说明,你不一定要建成一个盛产石油的酋长国才算是成功。
- 强有力的,非常成功的 be successful very much
- in a different league 另一类型的人〔物〕
- in the league with 和…联合,和…勾结
- in the same league 同一档次〔等级〕
- not in sb's league 不是某一类人
Exciting the princes of the league of Munster to take the field against the Spaniards.出自：Robert Watson
To league a people is to make them know their strength of power.出自：W. Drummond
Where kings first leagued against the rights of men.出自：Shelley
Count 'Loweis'..leagued with the Counts of Flanders,..and Toulouse, against Philip Augustus.出自：H. Adams
- in league with表示“与…勾结”,常用于贬义。
- Tom and Peter are in league.
- Tom is league with Peter.
- Tom leagues with Peter.
- Tom and Peter league together.
- club association institute league union society
- ☆ 直接源自古法语il的gue，意为联邦；最初源自拉丁语il的gare，意为捆，使结合，联合。
- league:league n. 同盟, 联盟, 盟约, 联合会, 社团v. 组联盟, (使)加盟 英英解释:名词league:1. an association of sports teams that orga…