imprimatur

 
[ˌɪmprɪ'mɑːtə(r)]     [ˌɪmprɪ'mɑːtər]    
  • n. (官方颁发的)出版许可;批准;赞许
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imprimatur的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Noun:
  1. formal and explicit approval;

    "a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement"

imprimatur的用法和样例:

例句

  1. A directive bearing the imprimatur of high officials.
    高级官员批准的指示
  2. It is astonishing that the EPA would lend its imprimatur on this report.
    译文:令人惊讶的是环保署竟然批准许可这份报告的出笼。
  3. The Report of IMPRIMATUR,Institute or Information Law of Amsterdam,Aboven16.
    冯晓青.;知识产权法利益平衡原理[M]
  4. It was this morning, on our way to the Post Office, that we gave the book its final imprimatur.
    就在今天早晨去邮局的路上,我们最后一次将这本书夸赞了一番。
  5. But the FDA imprimatur will make it easier for Huahai to get other approvals and attract American drug partners.
    但FDA的认证将使华海药业能够更加容易地获得其它批准,并吸引美国的制药合作伙伴。
  6. That imprimatur will likely encourage more Chinese banks to apply for branches in coming months.
    受此鼓舞,可能会有更多中国银行提交在美设立分行的申请。

经典引文

  • Galileo collected..four imprimaturs, and early in 1632 the book was published.

    出自: J. Bronowski
  • The psychological function of this partially unconscious fiction is to give the imprimatur to the child's aggressive impulses.

    出自: P. Gay

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