1.to result in
2.to be deprived of
3.at a rate of
4.at risk of
5.to deal with
7.(the) pros and cons of
8.with regard to
9.to be associated with
10.to interact with
11.to negotiate with
12.to be involved in
13.to be capable of
- RonaldLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
1. to result in 導致
Too much insecticide applied to the crops may result in the contamination of our drinking water.
2. to be deprived of 被剝奪
She said that the treatment she had received during passing the check point on the border had completely deprived her of her dignity.
4. at risk of 風險
Be careful! That company is now at the risk of bankrupcy
3. at the rate of 按之速度
She finished her job at the rate of knot(very quickly), so she could go swimming.
5. to deal with 處理 交易
Okay! I will make a deal with you--- you do your homework well and I will buy you the Levi jeans that you have always wanted.
6. now that 既然
You have won a brand new pair of Levi, now that your homework is well done.
7.(the) pro and con 正面和反面 to go into(仔細的討論)
We have to go into the details of pro and con before we make a deal with that company.
8. with regard to 關係 關聯
See? I am making sentences with regard to your 15 phrases.
9. to be associate with 聯想到 inevitably adv. 無可避免的
Talk about cowboy movies, one is inevitably to associate with American indians.
10. to interact with 互動
It is interesting to see how children interact with each other when they first go to school.
11. to negotiate with 談判
The kidnappers refused to negotiate with the cops.(police)
12. to be involved 牽涉到
Are you involved in it (kidnapping)?
13. to be capable of 有能力的
She is capable of judging the workmanship of diamonds.
14. on average 平均
The bonus of our company is calculated on the average annually earnings.
15. to devote....to... 奉獻給 physically disabled 殘障的
She has devoted her whole life to help our physically disabled children in Taiwan.
2008-06-16 16:39:59 補充：
Sorry, 拼錯了, 第 4題 bankrupcy 應更正為bankruptcy(破產).
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