premise

  核心词汇  
['premɪs]     ['premɪs]    
  • n. 前提
  • vt. 预述;提论;假设
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premise的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 房屋
  2. 【逻辑学法律】前提
  3. 假定
  4. 假设
  5. 根据
  6. 【律】缘起财产
  7. 缘起部分
  8. 房屋及其地基
  9. 【律】控诉事实
  10. 前述事件
  11. 经营场地
  12. 让渡物件
  13. 证件前款
  14. 院内
  15. 屋内
  16. 观念
  17. 住宅
  18. 庄园
v. (动词)
  1. 预述
  2. 提出…为前提
  3. 引导
  4. 提论
  5. 假定
  6. 作为立论的前提
  7. 假设

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]前提 a statement or idea on which reasoning is based

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn;

    "on the assumption that he has been injured we can infer that he will not to play"

Verb:
  1. set forth beforehand, often as an explanation;

    "He premised these remarks so that his readers might understand"

  2. furnish with a preface or introduction;

    "She always precedes her lectures with a joke"
    "He prefaced his lecture with a critical remark about the institution"

  3. take something as preexisting and given

premise的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. I wonder whether the whole premise is right.
    我怀疑整个前提是否正确。
  2. We must act on the premise that the worst can happen.
    我们必须在可能发生最坏事态的前提下行动。
  3. British justice works on the premise that an accused person is innocent until he's proved guilty.
    英国司法运作的前提是被告在被证明有罪之前是清白的。
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. You had better premise your argument with a little historical knowledge.
    你最好引述一些历史知识作为你立论的前提。
  2. He challenged the premise that in nature genes interchange with each other.
    他对自然界遗传基因会互换的假设提出质疑。
  3. Underpinning it all is the premise that the ultimate right of humans is to be free.
    为了给所有这些问题找到支撑点,我们只能假设人类最终的权利能得到解放与自由。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. These are the major and minor premises on which the conclusion is based.
    这是这个结论所依据的前提。

词汇搭配

经典引文

  • Descartes attempted to derive all human knowledge from premises whose truth was intuitively certain.

    出自: A. J. Ayer
  • The Soviet pattern is..deduced from 'scientifically demonstrated' premisses.

    出自: Isaiah Berlin
  • Having premised these observations, I proceed to consider.

    出自: Sydney Smith
  • I will premise generally that I hate this business of lecturing.

    出自: J. R. Lowell

premise的详细讲解:

词源解说

  • ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自古法语的premisse;最初源自拉丁语的praemittere:prae (前) + mittere (送,放),意为放到前面。
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