- n. 志愿者；(自行生长的)植物
- v. (自愿)做
- vt. ＆ vi. 自动提供,自愿效劳 offer voluntarily or come forward as a volunteer
(military) a person who freely enlists for service
a person who performs voluntary work
a native or resident of Tennessee
"the soup kitchen was run primarily by unpaid helpers"
"a volunteer fire department"
"He volunteered the information"
"She volunteered to drive the old lady home"
"I offered to help with the dishes but the hostess would not hear of it"
do volunteer work
- He enlisted as a volunteer in the army.
- He works as a volunteer at off time.
- He volunteered a statement to the police.
- Many people volunteer to work on the farms.
- They volunteer for good causes.
- How many of them volunteered?
- As soon as the war was declared, many men volunteered.
- Many people volunteered in the undertaking.
- He volunteered some information.
- They volunteered some interesting suggestions.
- My friend volunteered an interesting piece of news.
- Smith volunteered the remark.He wasn't asked for his opinion.
- He volunteered to water our plants.
- Lots of people volunteered to give a helping hand.
- He volunteered to do whatever he could for them.
- They volunteer to help serve behind the counters.
- Whenever there was a message to deliver he always volunteered to carry it.
- He often volunteered to perform in the countryside and in factories and mines.
- She volunteered to take the lead in carrying out the assignment.
- She volunteered to teach in the school.
- Not wanting to be left at a loose end, the retired worker volunteered to repair shoes for the neighbourhood.
- “We had a quarrel last night, and she left me,”he volunteered.
- “It's not my car, it's my father's,”she volunteered.
- volunteer as (v.+prep.)
自愿担任… offer oneself or one's name as (a duty, job, or doing sth)
volunteer as sb
She volunteered as a governess.
He volunteered as correspondent for the war.
An old peasant volunteered as guide for the surveying trips.
- volunteer for (v.+prep.)
(使)自愿承担,主动提出承担,主动提出 (cause to) be willing to do sth
volunteer for sth/v-ing
She volunteered for the job.
He volunteered for the campaign.
He always volunteered for the most dangerous missions.
They appealed to the young men to volunteer for service.
A year or so after he volunteered for the army he was badly wounded in a battle.
When World War Ⅱ broke out, he volunteered for the Marine Corps.
No one volunteered for cleaning the henhouse.
没有人主动去清理鸡舍。volunteer sb/sth for sth/v-ing
I volunteered your name for parents' game.
I will volunteered my daughters for helping the church sale.
She worked for three days a week as a volunteer.出自： C. Angier
I need four strong volunteers to carry a table.出自： A. Fine
Looking for volunteers willing to undergo simple skin and blood tests.出自：Vogue
He had volunteered, though he was over military age.出自： G. Greene
If they..hadn't volunteered for the trenches in World War I.出自： A. Walker
- volunteer用作不及物动词时,其后常跟介词for, in等。
- ☆ 1600年左右进入英语，直接源自中古法语的voluntaire；最初源自古典拉丁语的voluntarius，意为主动提出做事的人。
- offer 提供
- come forward 涌现
- agree 同意
- step up 增加
- undertake 承担
- give 给
- tell 告诉
- acquaint 使了解
- advise 劝告
- inform 通知
- helper 助手
- candy striper 志愿当护士助手的小姑娘...
- come 来
- forward 向前的
- unpaid 未付款的
- voluntary 自愿的
- Tennessean 田纳西州人
- propose 打算
- present 礼物
- draftee 被征召入伍者...