英语 英语 日语 日语 韩语 韩语 法语 法语 德语 德语 西班牙语 西班牙语 意大利语 意大利语 阿拉伯语 阿拉伯语 葡萄牙语 葡萄牙语 越南语 越南语 俄语 俄语 芬兰语 芬兰语 泰语 泰语 泰语 丹麦语 泰语 对外汉语

News & Reports 2010-10-17

时间:2011-02-14 06:44来源:互联网 提供网友:hm3842   字体: [ ]
特别声明:本栏目内容均从网络收集或者网友提供,供仅参考试用,我们无法保证内容完整和正确。如果资料损害了您的权益,请与站长联系,我们将及时删除并致以歉意。
    (单词翻译:双击或拖选)

Hello and Welcome to News and Reports on China Radio International.

In This Edition

German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle says he has asked his Iranian counterpart Manouchehr Mottaki to release two German reporters detained in Iran.

NATO has granted safe passage to Kabul for at least one Taliban commander to hold talks with the Afghan government.

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke hints at a new round of quantitative1 easing, given the country's continued high unemployment and low inflation.

And China observes Double Ninth Festival, or Senior Citizens' Day.


Hot Issue Reports

German FM Requests Release of Journalists Detained in Iran

German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle says he has asked his Iranian counterpart Manouchehr Mottaki to release two German reporters detained in Iran.

Both ministers are in Brussels for an EU-sponsored meeting on Pakistan.

Westerwelle says he is confident that Mottaki is considering his request.

"Naturally, I expressed an urgent wish to my colleague, (Iranian) Foreign inister Mottaki, that our two nationals can return to Germany as soon as possible. I have an impression that Mr. Mottaki will personally take up this issue. Therefore, I don't want to say more about this, because by being discreet2 we want to ensure a good outcome."

The two German reporters were arrested while reportedly trying to interview the son of a woman sentenced to death by stoning.

The stoning sentence against 43-year-old Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani has raised an international outcry, embarrassing Iran.

The two reporters have admitted breaking the law by entering the country without the proper visas.


Nato's Secures Safe Passage for Taliban

NATO has granted safe passage to Kabul for at least one Taliban commander to hold talks with the Afghan government.

General David Petraeus, the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan, says the move aims to back President Hamid Karzai's efforts to reach out to the insurgents3.

"In certain respects we do facilitate that, given that, needless to say it would not be the easiest of tasks for a senior Taliban commander to enter Afghanistan and make his way to Kabul if [the] ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) were not...aware of it and therefore allows it to take place."

Petraeus says several "very senior" Taliban leaders have reached out to the Afghan government and other countries engaged in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan is facing its bloodiest4 year since the U.S.-led invasion of 2001. More than 40 NATO soldiers have been killed this month.

Petraeus also said video footage appears to show a grenade being thrown before an explosion that may have killed kidnapped British aid worker Linda Norgrove in Afghanistan.


Fed's Bernanke Signals New Round of Quantitative Easing

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has opened the way to a new round of quantitative easing, given the country's continued high unemployment and low inflation.

It is the most explicit5 signal yet from Bernanke that the U.S. central bank is likely to ease its monetary6 policy as soon as its next meeting in November.

The Fed is expected to back a move to buy up U.S. government bonds to lower its borrowing costs at its next meeting.

"Given the committee's objectives, there would appear--all else being equal--to be a case for further action."

Bernanke also suggests the Fed could indicate a willingness to hold interest rates low for longer than currently expected.

Bernanke says a prolonged period of high unemployment could choke off the U.S. recovery and that the low level of inflation means the risk of deflation is greater than desirable.


Venezuela and Russia Reach Deal on Nuclear Plant

Visiting Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev have reached a deal to build the South American country's first nuclear plant.

Medvedev and Chavez also signed other energy agreements following talks in Moscow.

The ITAR-Tass news agency says Russia plans to build two 1,200-megawatt nuclear reactors7 at the Venezuelan plant. The cost of the deal hasn't been announced.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev sees the deal as an interesting and positive one.

"As for the nuclear power plant, we first have to carry out all preparatory studies and work, assess the structure and capabilities8, the market volume, but we consider the project as quite interesting and positive."

Chavez says Venezuela wants to reduce its dependence9 on oil and gas and has praised Russia for helping10 his country.

"The nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is vital for us. Thank you, Dmitry. I thank Vladimir (Putin). We started talking on this subject with Vladimir eight years ago. I thank all of you."

The deal is likely to raise concern in U.S. President Barack Obama's administration.


American Arrested in Israel for Stabbing Parents to Death

Israeli police have arrested an American citizen who flew to Israel after allegedly stabbing his parents to death in their New York home earlier this week.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says police detained the man at Israel's Ben-Gurion International Airport while he was trying to buy a plane ticket.

Liron Cohen is a check-in attendant at the airport.

"A passenger arrived to buy a ticket. He appeared unstable12, spoke11 to himself, wasn't sure what he wanted. Eventually, he decided13 to buy a one-way ticket to leave the country. I asked for a credit card, [but] his card didn't work. This also raised an alert because of the circumstances, because he was not stable and calm."

Police are questioning the suspect who will remain in custody14 while Israel coordinates15 his extradition16 to the United States.

The New York Police Department has identified the man as Eric Bellucci of Staten Island, New York.

His parents, Arthur and Marian, were found dead earlier this week.

Bellucci is not an Israeli citizen, and it is unclear why he traveled to Israel.

The NYPD says Bellucci previously17 lived with his parents and suffered from schizophrenia.

Media reports says Bellucci was once a star athlete at Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan, and his father was a senior associate at a large real estate company.


Swiss Complete World's Longest Tunnel

Engineers have drilled through the last remaining rock to complete the world's longest tunnel under the Swiss Alps.

The 10-meter-diameter drill-head tore through the rock to cheers and applause from watching workers.

Jan Hamper18 is a tunnel surveyor.

"It's very many emotions to see the tunnel bore machine from the other side. We work every day here, and now I've worked here for four years. And now it's the day where you can see the other persons (working) from the other side. It's great."

The 57-kilometer Gotthard rail tunnel has taken 14 years to build and is not likely to open before the end of 2016.

It is expected to revolutionize transport across Europe, providing a high-speed rail link between the northern and southern parts of the continent.

Eventually, trains will travel through it at speeds of up to 250 kilometers per hour.


Ticket Prices for London Olympics Disclosed

The organizers of the London 2012 Olympic Games have revealed the pricing system for tickets to the events.

Ticket prices for the London Olympics will range from less than 20 pounds each to more than 2,000 pounds, or about 3,200 U.S. dollars, for the best seats at the opening ceremony.

8.8 million public tickets will go on general sale in Britain in March with 30 percent of them set to cost 20 pounds or less, and two-thirds with a face value of less than 50 pounds.

Children will benefit from a "pay your age" scheme meaning a 10-year-old would have a chance to buy a 10-pound ticket for any sports competition during the two-week event.

In another initiative, Paul Deighton, Chief Executive of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games, says one in eight London schoolchildren will be able to attend the Games for free.

All tickets will also come with a free London travel card.

Sebastian Coe, Chairman of the London Olympics organizing committee, says:

"I've always known that in the UK empty stadiums would be unacceptable. I would have considered that to be failure if I can't put the bulk of people into those venues—and importantly, young people and people that want to be there."

Coe says he wants people passionate19 about sports to attend and not simply to have "bums20 on seats" for the television cameras.

Overseas Student Market Expanded in China's Medium-sized Cities

The overseas student market in China's medium-sized cities is growing fast, while the number of overseas students here continues to see a double-digits growth.

Zhu Yanmin, CEO of the agency Jinjilie, says that over the two-day annual international education exhibition during the weekend in Beijing, orders from some medium-sized cities have doubled this year.

"So far this year, the orders in small and medium sized cities that have our branches such as Jinan, Qingdao, Shenyang, Dalian, Shijiazhuang and Zhengzhou have already increased more than 100 percent."

Nearly 230-thousand Chinese students registered at foreign schools last year, 27.5 percent more than 2008. It is well thought that strong economic growth and weak US dollars are the two main factors that helped boost the market.

Jiang Bo, head of China Education Association for International Exchanges, predicts the number of overseas students this year could reach 300-thousand.

"The number will keep increasing due to the strong economy and growing family income. We predict this year's number may reach 300-thousand."

Many schools have set up classes designed for the senior high students who plan to go overseas after graduation. It is estimated that around 10 percent of students in Beijing's top high schools are planning to apply foreign colleges and are not taking the national college exam.

Meanwhile, more students from upper-middle class families are planning to go overseas for middle school and elementary education. The education exhibition this year has set up an area for their parents.

The exhibition will travel to Dalian, Xi'an and some other cities after this weekend.


Gov't Efforts to Improve Eldercare

Saturday, October 16th, is September 9th on China's lunar calendar. The day is better known as the "Double Ninth" festival dedicated21 to the elderly people. With the world's largest number of senior citizens, China is now grappling with how to provide adequate care and nursing home facilities for growing aging population. On this occasion, let's learn more about the situation and the government's solutions.

Here is reporter He Fei.

Reporter: Caring for one's elders is a traditional virtue22 and responsibility in China. There is also an old saying that couples have children to ensure that they themselves will be looked after in their old age.

But in modern times, especially since the introduction of the country's one-child policy in the late 1970s, supporting the elderly has become a heavier burden for families.

In July, the China National Committee on Ageing released its first statistical23 report on the government's plans to deal with the country's growing aging population. It said the number of citizens over 60 years old had reached 167 million last year, accounting24 for about 13 percent of the country's total population.

It predicted that by the year 2050 one-third of China's population would consist of senior citizens.

But the country's nursing homes currently have only 2.5 million beds available, which means one thousand people would have to share 15 beds or fewer. To tackle the issue, many cities, especially major ones like Beijing and Guangzhou, have included plans to increase the number of nursing homes on their agenda.

Last year, Beijing began earmarking funds to help set up more nursing homes. Under the scheme, the municipal government pays 8,000 to 16,000 yuan to private social welfare institutions for each bed they add to their facilities.

The homes can also receive 100 to 200 yuan a month for each elderly resident they accommodate.

Besides the subsidy25, the municipal government provides favorable policies for purchasing land to build private nursing homes.

Beijing has also called for the establishment of a new care system for seniors.

Wu Shimin, Director of the city's Civil Administration Bureau, explains.

"We will adopt a so-called '90-6-4 model' for caring the elderly. That means 90 percent of the aging population will be supported by their families, 6 percent will be taken care by the communities, and the remaining 4 percent will be supported by nursing homes."

By the end of the year, the number of beds in Beijing nursing homes will reach 70,000, about 15,000 more than last year.

In Guangzhou, the number of beds in private nursing homes has exceeded that in public ones.

The Guangzhou Friendly Aging Apartment complex is a privately26 run nursing home with more than 2,000 beds and an occupancy rate of more than 90 percent. One reason for this is because it offers affordable27 prices that are almost the same as ones offered by public nursing homes, thanks to government subsidies28.

Zhang Huiqing, Vice29 President of the apartment complex, says the monthly fee for residents who can take care of themselves without assistance is 900 yuan, or about 135 U.S. dollars.

"The room fee is 550 yuan per month. If they eat here, they are charged 350 yuan a month for meals. So altogether the total is 900 yuan."

For that amount, residents also enjoy free health care, water delivery and cleaning services as well as psychological counseling.

Although China has seen great improvements in eldercare, more efforts must be made to meet additional demands as the country's aging group continues to grow. Eldercare issues will remain a major social concern for years to come.

For CRI, I'm He Fei.


Federer vs. Murray in Shanghai Masters Final

World number two seed Roger Federer of Switzerland and fourth seed Andy Murray of Britain both won their matches in straight sets on Saturday and will meet each other in the final of the tennis Shanghai Masters. Both of them will fight for their first title of the tournament. CRI's Sun Yang has more.

Reporter: Murray reached his second ATP World Tour Masters 1000 final of the season as he smashed Argentine Juan Monaco 6-4, 6-1.

The Scot faced a mid-match comeback from Monaco when he was broken at 5-3 in the first set, but held on to turn things around with a broken string.

"I managed to get the break that game. It's obviously a lot tougher to break when you're down 30-love than 15-all. But I was feeling good. You know, just needed to focus."

The semifinal clash between Roger Federer and second seeded Serbian Novak Djokovic was much tougher as both of the two are good at playing hard court tennis.

Djokovic, chasing his second title of the week after winning the China Open on Monday, squandered30 four break points in the first set against the Swiss.

"I'm just disappointed a little bit because I think I've played quite well in the first set. He played some great shots when he needed to. He deserved to win."

Federer avenged31 his U.S. Open semifinal loss to the Serb in a very solid performance, defeating Djokovic 7-5, 6-4. He has yet to lose a set in the Shanghai tournament.

Following the semis victory, Federer reclaimed32 the No.2 ATP world ranking.

"I'd rather be 1 than 2 and rather be 2 than 3. This doesn't have much of an impact. This isn't why I'm here in Shanghai, to get back to No. 2 in the world. That's a nice bonus."

The 16 Grand Slam winner takes on Murray in their third meet of the year. Federer was 1-1 in their previous two matchups. He lost out to Murray for the Toronto Masters title in August.

"The conditions are pretty much the same as in Toronto which is going to make for a very tough and physical match."

The final match will be held on Sunday afternoon with the winner taking home 616, 500 US dollars and 1,000 ranking points.

For CRI, I'm Sun Yang from Shanghai.

China Daily: Rural Identity A Hurdle33 for Educational Equality

Children of millions of migrants in China have difficulties in getting into public schools in big cities. A lucky few are asked for extra tuition fees but most of them have to go to special schools set up for them, which usually lack of qualified34 teachers and other resources.

An editorial in China Daily says reforming the distribution structure of educational resources is inevitable35 since this inequality is getting more prominent.

The article explains one reason that most eligible36 migrant students are denied entry to senior high schools in cities is that they will not get a seat for the college entrance exam. All senior high students in China are required to register for the exam at the place where they have a residence permit.

Regarding the free nine-year education policy, the article says budget is another concern for public schools. Clearly local finance is not willing to shoulder the extra burden.

The editorial concludes that all these issues are caused by the localized educational system in the country. The distribution and scale of schools are based on the distribution of permanent residents in the locality.

The article calls for the central government to continue reforming the structure of educational resources distribution. It argues that permanent urban residence permits should not be a requirement for migrant children.

It also praises Beijing for its plan to open more senior high schools for migrants and also set up more vocational schools for them.

The State Council has passed a broad and ambitious roadmap for the country's educational reform in this decade, with advancing educational equality as its top agenda.


Guangming Net: Policemen Lose Last Report of Filing Complaints

Two policemen from Shandong Province who came to Beijing to complain about the quality of their new houses have been tracked down and sent back by the branch office of their local government in the capital.

A commentary on the Guangming Net says the story reflects the choked dialogue mechanism37 between people and local authorities and the difficulty that normal people constantly face when it comes to complaints.

The article says the incompetence38 and the protection of interests groups of some local authorities have meant even police officers have to file their complaints with the governmental departments at high levels. Complaint visits in the capital, a historical way for normal people report social inequalities for thousands of years of Chinese history, is still a necessary if not the only way when people feel they are powerless in their local communities.

But the problem is, the commentary points out, that when it comes to the complaint visit, there is nothing different between police officers and other rural people. They still cannot get a satisfied answer, the problems they report are put aside and they themselves are sent back.

The two police officers were the representatives of their some 300 co-workers back in their hometown. The article then questions if they are still committed to fulfill39 their duties.

Chinese government has taken many efforts on making the complaint channel more accessible, including using the internet. Last week, a man in central China's Yueyang complained online that he was charged unfairly and spent two months in jail. Only three days later he got an apology from the local government and a compensation of 40-thousand yuan.


点击收听单词发音收听单词发音  

1 quantitative TCpyg     
adj.数量的,定量的
参考例句:
  • He said it was only a quantitative difference.他说这仅仅是数量上的差别。
  • We need to do some quantitative analysis of the drugs.我们对药物要进行定量分析。
2 discreet xZezn     
adj.(言行)谨慎的;慎重的;有判断力的
参考例句:
  • He is very discreet in giving his opinions.发表意见他十分慎重。
  • It wasn't discreet of you to ring me up at the office.你打电话到我办公室真是太鲁莽了。
3 insurgents c68be457307815b039a352428718de59     
n.起义,暴动,造反( insurgent的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • The regular troops of Baden joined the insurgents. 巴登的正规军参加到起义军方面来了。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • Against the Taliban and Iraqi insurgents, these problems are manageable. 要对付塔利班与伊拉克叛乱分子,这些问题还是可以把握住的。 来自互联网
4 bloodiest 2f5859cebc7d423fa78269725dca802d     
adj.血污的( bloody的最高级 );流血的;屠杀的;残忍的
参考例句:
  • The Russians were going to suffer their bloodiest defeat of all before Berlin. 俄国人在柏林城下要遭到他们的最惨重的失败。 来自辞典例句
  • It was perhaps the bloodiest hour in the history of warfare. 这也许是战争史上血腥味最浓的1个小时。 来自互联网
5 explicit IhFzc     
adj.详述的,明确的;坦率的;显然的
参考例句:
  • She was quite explicit about why she left.她对自己离去的原因直言不讳。
  • He avoids the explicit answer to us.他避免给我们明确的回答。
6 monetary pEkxb     
adj.货币的,钱的;通货的;金融的;财政的
参考例句:
  • The monetary system of some countries used to be based on gold.过去有些国家的货币制度是金本位制的。
  • Education in the wilderness is not a matter of monetary means.荒凉地区的教育不是钱财问题。
7 reactors 774794d45796c1ac60b7fda5e55a878b     
起反应的人( reactor的名词复数 ); 反应装置; 原子炉; 核反应堆
参考例句:
  • The TMI nuclear facility has two reactors. 三哩岛核设施有两个反应堆。 来自英汉非文学 - 环境法 - 环境法
  • The earliest production reactors necessarily used normal uranium as fuel. 最早为生产用的反应堆,必须使用普通铀作为燃料。
8 capabilities f7b11037f2050959293aafb493b7653c     
n.能力( capability的名词复数 );可能;容量;[复数]潜在能力
参考例句:
  • He was somewhat pompous and had a high opinion of his own capabilities. 他有点自大,自视甚高。 来自辞典例句
  • Some programmers use tabs to break complex product capabilities into smaller chunks. 一些程序员认为,标签可以将复杂的功能分为每个窗格一组简单的功能。 来自About Face 3交互设计精髓
9 dependence 3wsx9     
n.依靠,依赖;信任,信赖;隶属
参考例句:
  • Doctors keep trying to break her dependence of the drug.医生们尽力使她戒除毒瘾。
  • He was freed from financial dependence on his parents.他在经济上摆脱了对父母的依赖。
10 helping 2rGzDc     
n.食物的一份&adj.帮助人的,辅助的
参考例句:
  • The poor children regularly pony up for a second helping of my hamburger. 那些可怜的孩子们总是要求我把我的汉堡包再给他们一份。
  • By doing this, they may at times be helping to restore competition. 这样一来, 他在某些时候,有助于竞争的加强。
11 spoke XryyC     
n.(车轮的)辐条;轮辐;破坏某人的计划;阻挠某人的行动 v.讲,谈(speak的过去式);说;演说;从某种观点来说
参考例句:
  • They sourced the spoke nuts from our company.他们的轮辐螺帽是从我们公司获得的。
  • The spokes of a wheel are the bars that connect the outer ring to the centre.辐条是轮子上连接外圈与中心的条棒。
12 unstable Ijgwa     
adj.不稳定的,易变的
参考例句:
  • This bookcase is too unstable to hold so many books.这书橱很不结实,装不了这么多书。
  • The patient's condition was unstable.那患者的病情不稳定。
13 decided lvqzZd     
adj.决定了的,坚决的;明显的,明确的
参考例句:
  • This gave them a decided advantage over their opponents.这使他们比对手具有明显的优势。
  • There is a decided difference between British and Chinese way of greeting.英国人和中国人打招呼的方式有很明显的区别。
14 custody Qntzd     
n.监护,照看,羁押,拘留
参考例句:
  • He spent a week in custody on remand awaiting sentence.等候判决期间他被还押候审一个星期。
  • He was taken into custody immediately after the robbery.抢劫案发生后,他立即被押了起来。
15 coordinates 8387d77faaaa65484f5631d9f9d20bfc     
n.相配之衣物;坐标( coordinate的名词复数 );(颜色协调的)配套服装;[复数]女套服;同等重要的人(或物)v.使协调,使调和( coordinate的第三人称单数 );协调;协同;成为同等
参考例句:
  • The town coordinates on this map are 695037. 该镇在这幅地图上的坐标是695037。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, headed by the Emergency Relief Coordinator, coordinates all UN emergency relief. 联合国人道主义事务协调厅在紧急救济协调员领导下,负责协调联合国的所有紧急救济工作。 来自《简明英汉词典》
16 extradition R7Eyc     
n.引渡(逃犯)
参考例句:
  • The smuggler is in prison tonight,awaiting extradition to Britain.这名走私犯今晚在监狱,等待引渡到英国。
  • He began to trouble concerning the extradition laws.他开始费尽心思地去想关于引渡法的问题。
17 previously bkzzzC     
adv.以前,先前(地)
参考例句:
  • The bicycle tyre blew out at a previously damaged point.自行车胎在以前损坏过的地方又爆开了。
  • Let me digress for a moment and explain what had happened previously.让我岔开一会儿,解释原先发生了什么。
18 hamper oyGyk     
vt.妨碍,束缚,限制;n.(有盖的)大篮子
参考例句:
  • There are some apples in a picnic hamper.在野餐用的大篮子里有许多苹果。
  • The emergence of such problems seriously hamper the development of enterprises.这些问题的出现严重阻碍了企业的发展。
19 passionate rLDxd     
adj.热情的,热烈的,激昂的,易动情的,易怒的,性情暴躁的
参考例句:
  • He is said to be the most passionate man.据说他是最有激情的人。
  • He is very passionate about the project.他对那个项目非常热心。
20 bums bums     
n. 游荡者,流浪汉,懒鬼,闹饮,屁股 adj. 没有价值的,不灵光的,不合理的 vt. 令人失望,乞讨 vi. 混日子,以乞讨为生
参考例句:
  • The other guys are considered'sick" or "bums". 其他的人则被看成是“病态”或“废物”。
  • You'll never amount to anything, you good-for-nothing bums! 这班没出息的东西,一辈子也不会成器。
21 dedicated duHzy2     
adj.一心一意的;献身的;热诚的
参考例句:
  • He dedicated his life to the cause of education.他献身于教育事业。
  • His whole energies are dedicated to improve the design.他的全部精力都放在改进这项设计上了。
22 virtue BpqyH     
n.德行,美德;贞操;优点;功效,效力
参考例句:
  • He was considered to be a paragon of virtue.他被认为是品德尽善尽美的典范。
  • You need to decorate your mind with virtue.你应该用德行美化心灵。
23 statistical bu3wa     
adj.统计的,统计学的
参考例句:
  • He showed the price fluctuations in a statistical table.他用统计表显示价格的波动。
  • They're making detailed statistical analysis.他们正在做具体的统计分析。
24 accounting nzSzsY     
n.会计,会计学,借贷对照表
参考例句:
  • A job fell vacant in the accounting department.财会部出现了一个空缺。
  • There's an accounting error in this entry.这笔账目里有差错。
25 subsidy 2U5zo     
n.补助金,津贴
参考例句:
  • The university will receive a subsidy for research in artificial intelligence.那个大学将得到一笔人工智能研究的补助费。
  • The living subsidy for senior expert's family is included in the remuneration.报酬已包含高级专家家人的生活补贴。
26 privately IkpzwT     
adv.以私人的身份,悄悄地,私下地
参考例句:
  • Some ministers admit privately that unemployment could continue to rise.一些部长私下承认失业率可能继续升高。
  • The man privately admits that his motive is profits.那人私下承认他的动机是为了牟利。
27 affordable kz6zfq     
adj.支付得起的,不太昂贵的
参考例句:
  • The rent for the four-roomed house is affordable.四居室房屋的房租付得起。
  • There are few affordable apartments in big cities.在大城市中没有几所公寓是便宜的。
28 subsidies 84c7dc8329c19e43d3437248757e572c     
n.补贴,津贴,补助金( subsidy的名词复数 )
参考例句:
  • European agriculture ministers failed to break the deadlock over farm subsidies. 欧洲各国农业部长在农业补贴问题上未能打破僵局。
  • Agricultural subsidies absorb about half the EU's income. 农业补贴占去了欧盟收入的大约一半。 来自《简明英汉词典》
29 vice NU0zQ     
n.坏事;恶习;[pl.]台钳,老虎钳;adj.副的
参考例句:
  • He guarded himself against vice.他避免染上坏习惯。
  • They are sunk in the depth of vice.他们堕入了罪恶的深渊。
30 squandered 330b54102be0c8433b38bee15e77b58a     
v.(指钱,财产等)浪费,乱花( squander的过去式和过去分词 )
参考例句:
  • He squandered all his money on gambling. 他把自己所有的钱都糟蹋在赌博上了。
  • She felt as indignant as if her own money had been squandered. 她心里十分生气,好像是她自己的钱给浪费掉了似的。 来自飘(部分)
31 avenged 8b22eed1219df9af89cbe4206361ac5e     
v.为…复仇,报…之仇( avenge的过去式和过去分词 );为…报复
参考例句:
  • She avenged her mother's death upon the Nazi soldiers. 她惩处了纳粹士兵以报杀母之仇。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • The Indians avenged the burning of their village on〔upon〕 the settlers. 印第安人因为村庄被焚毁向拓居者们进行报复。 来自《简明英汉词典》
32 reclaimed d131e8b354aef51857c9c380c825a4c9     
adj.再生的;翻造的;收复的;回收的v.开拓( reclaim的过去式和过去分词 );要求收回;从废料中回收(有用的材料);挽救
参考例句:
  • Many sufferers have been reclaimed from a dependence on alcohol. 许多嗜酒成癖的受害者已经被挽救过来。 来自《简明英汉词典》
  • They reclaimed him from his evil ways. 他们把他从邪恶中挽救出来。 来自《现代英汉综合大词典》
33 hurdle T5YyU     
n.跳栏,栏架;障碍,困难;vi.进行跨栏赛
参考例句:
  • The weather will be the biggest hurdle so I have to be ready.天气将会是最大的障碍,所以我必须要作好准备。
  • She clocked 11.6 seconds for the 80 metre hurdle.八十米跳栏赛跑她跑了十一秒六。
34 qualified DCPyj     
adj.合格的,有资格的,胜任的,有限制的
参考例句:
  • He is qualified as a complete man of letters.他有资格当真正的文学家。
  • We must note that we still lack qualified specialists.我们必须看到我们还缺乏有资质的专家。
35 inevitable 5xcyq     
adj.不可避免的,必然发生的
参考例句:
  • Mary was wearing her inevitable large hat.玛丽戴着她总是戴的那顶大帽子。
  • The defeat had inevitable consequences for British policy.战败对英国政策不可避免地产生了影响。
36 eligible Cq6xL     
adj.有条件被选中的;(尤指婚姻等)合适(意)的
参考例句:
  • He is an eligible young man.他是一个合格的年轻人。
  • Helen married an eligible bachelor.海伦嫁给了一个中意的单身汉。
37 mechanism zCWxr     
n.机械装置;机构,结构
参考例句:
  • The bones and muscles are parts of the mechanism of the body.骨骼和肌肉是人体的组成部件。
  • The mechanism of the machine is very complicated.这台机器的结构是非常复杂的。
38 incompetence o8Uxt     
n.不胜任,不称职
参考例句:
  • He was dismissed for incompetence. 他因不称职而被解雇。
  • She felt she had been made a scapegoat for her boss's incompetence. 她觉得,本是老板无能,但她却成了替罪羊。
39 fulfill Qhbxg     
vt.履行,实现,完成;满足,使满意
参考例句:
  • If you make a promise you should fulfill it.如果你许诺了,你就要履行你的诺言。
  • This company should be able to fulfill our requirements.这家公司应该能够满足我们的要求。
本文本内容来源于互联网抓取和网友提交,仅供参考,部分栏目没有内容,如果您有更合适的内容,欢迎点击提交分享给大家。
------分隔线----------------------------
TAG标签:   CRI  中国广播电台
顶一下
(0)
0%
踩一下
(0)
0%
最新评论 查看所有评论
发表评论 查看所有评论
请自觉遵守互联网相关的政策法规,严禁发布色情、暴力、反动的言论。
评价:
表情:
验证码:
听力搜索
推荐频道
论坛新贴