- vt. 联想；联合
- n. 伙伴；同事；同伴
- adj. 副的；共事的；有联系的
- n. 准学士学位获得者
- vi. 交往
- 使有联系，使发生联系 ，把...同...联系起来
- vt. & vi. 使发生联系,使联合; 结交,结伙 (cause to) join as friends or business partners
- vt. 联想 connect, especially in the mind, with sth or sb else
- [C]伙伴;同事 a person connected with another, especially in work;partner
a person who joins with others in some activity or endeavor;
"he had to consult his associate before continuing"
a friend who is frequently in the company of another;
"comrades in arms"
a person with subordinate membership in a society, institution, or commercial enterprise;
"associates in the law firm bill at a lower rate than do partners"
any event that usually accompanies or is closely connected with another;
"first was the lightning and then its thunderous associate"
a degree granted by a two-year college on successful completion of the undergraduates course of studies
having partial rights and privileges or subordinate status;
"an associate member"
"an associate professor"
make a logical or causal connection;
"I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"
"colligate these facts"
"I cannot relate these events at all"
keep company with; hang out with;
"He associates with strange people"
"She affiliates with her colleagues"
bring or come into association or action;
"The churches consociated to fight their dissolution"
- I always associate her with roses.
- We should associate ourselves with this large firm.
- Mr. Miller is a business associate of our company.
- I got a new job and a new group of work associates.
- He conformed his manners to those of his associates.
- He is an associate editor of the newspaper.
- Mr. Lee is the associate producer of this film.
- At the conference I met many friends from associate organizations.
- You are wooing troubles if you associate with him.
- I don't associate the two ideas.
- I've got a new job and a new set of work associates.
- His son has got some questionable associates.
- associate with (v.+prep.)
与…交往,联系 find a connection between sb/sth
associate with sb
I won't have my son associating with known criminals.
Mother warned the boys not to associate with bad companions.
We associated with all sorts of people.
我们与各种各样的人都打交道。associate sb/sth with sth
I always associate the smell of those flowers with my childhood.
We associate turkey with Thanksgiving.
Usually people associate smoke with fire.
We naturally associate the name of Darwin with the doctrine of evolution.
We associate Egypt with Nile.
I often associate summer with holidays.
We should associate ourselves with the larger firm.
He associated himself with his friend in a business undertaking.
He is associated with his sons in business.
In the children's minds summer is associated with picnics.
The doctor was associated in the child's mind with injections and pains.
He is closely associated with China.
- associate closely 密切地联系
- associate confidentially 秘密地交往
- associate freely 自由地交往
- associate inseparably 不可分割地交往
- associate naturally 自然地交往
- associate with 与…交往,把…与…联系在一起
- associate with all sorts of people 和各种各样的人交往
- associate with dishonest boy 与不诚实的男孩为友
- associate Egypt with the Nile 想起埃及就想起尼罗河
- associate poverty with misery 把贫穷和苦难联系在一起
- associate oneself with the firm 加入某商行
- associate oneself with a proposal 赞成一项提议
- associate oneself with sb in business 与某人合伙经商
- employ an associate 雇一个帮手
With him is Edmund gone associate?出自： C. Marlowe
Christ our Sauiour, equall and associate to his Father.出自： R. Knolles
Amphinomus survey'd th' associate band.出自： Pope
They want some associate sounds to make them harmonious.出自： S. Johnson
None but papists are associated against him.出自： Swift
The troops..associating to them all the disorderly people.出自： D. Hume
Arnulf associated his son with him in his government.出自： E. A. Freeman
It is for me..to associate myself with the answer previously given by the Under-Secretary.出自： Gladstone
associate with指“与……常在一起，跟……交友”，而be associated with指“与……相联系”。
He associates with all kinds of people.
He is associated with Mr Brown in business.
- associate, companion, company, comrade
- associate指由于共同的职业、地位、利益而经常联系的人; companion强调共同度过闲暇时建立起来的友谊联系; company主要指想法相似,但没有深交的“同伴”“朋友”; comrade指与某人在观点或事业上有一致性和利害关系的“战友”或“同志”。例如:
- He is not a friend but a merely business associate.
- My fellow travellers made good companions.
- The teacher advised his pupils always to keep good company.
- The soldier stayed with his wounded com- rade.
- ☆ 14世纪进入英语，直接源自拉丁语的associatus：ad （去） + sociatus (与……联合），意为与……结伴。