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- [U]功勋,功劳; 价值 the quality of deserving praise, reward
- [C]长处,优点 a good quality
any admirable quality or attribute;
"work of great merit"
the quality of being deserving (e.g., deserving assistance);
"there were many children whose deservingness he recognized and rewarded"
be worthy or deserving;
"You deserve a promotion after all the hard work you have done"
- This method at least had the merit of simplicity.
- Charms strikes the sight, but merit wins the soul.
- That will subtract nothing from his merit.
- Promotion should be based on merit alone.
- I want to get the job on merit.
- This is a proposal of some merit.
- His new achievements merit our attention.
- The case does not merit further investigation.
- He doesn't merit his punishment.
- He reached his present senior position through sheer merit.
- His merit will get its reward.
- The picture shows much artistic merit.
- One of her many merits is absolute reliability.
- The committee are looking at the merits and demerits of the proposal.
- There is great merit in dealing fairly with your employees.
- according to merit 根据成绩
- the merit of being clear 清晰的优点
I had had scholarships..without any godfather's help but purely on my own merit.出自： C. Achebe
A single book, one that we feel to have some special merit, not an obvious bestseller but one..deserving our support.出自： C. Milne
Did they think that men doe merit rewards in heaven by the workes they performe on earth?出自： R. Hooker
I asked whether the story was really interesting enough to merit being put on paper.出自： R. Dahl
He had been harsh..to Peter, who had surely done nothing to merit such treatment.出自： A. Harding
This iron doesn't merit a recommendation.出自：Which?
This book has not much merit.
This book has many merits.
- merit, value, virtue, worth
- 这几个词都可以表示“价值”。merit通常指人为价值,所评论的事物本身也许比真实的价值高; value指“价值,意义”,含有excellent的意味; virtue通常指对人、物的“好处,优越性”; worth通常指人们估计的价值比其本身的价值高。
- ☆ 1300年左右进入英语，直接源自古法语的merite；最初源自拉丁语的meritum，意为获取。