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detain如何读

英[dɪˈteɪn]美[dɪˈteɪn]

detain自然拼读

de·tain

dih teIn

detain是什么意思

  • v. 拘留,扣押;耽搁,阻留

detain变形

第三人称单数:detains

现在分词:detaining

过去式:detained

过去分词:detained

detain扩展

detainable (adj.), detainment (n.)

detain词根

词根:detain

n.

detainment 扣留;延误;挽留

detain英英释义

  • v.
    • deprive of freedom; take into confinement
    • stop or halt
    • cause to be slowed down or delayed

detain儿童词典英英释义

detectverb

to discover the nature, existence, presence, or fact of

detect the approach of an airplane

detectverb

to discover the nature, existence, presence, or fact of

detect the approach of an airplane

detectverb

to discover the nature, existence, presence, or fact of

detect the approach of an airplane

detectverb

to discover the nature, existence, presence, or fact of

detect the approach of an airplane

detainverb

to hold or keep in or as if in prison

to prevent from proceeding : stop

was detained by a flat tire

detainverb

to hold or keep in or as if in prison

to prevent from proceeding : stop

was detained by a flat tire

detainverb

to hold or keep in or as if in prison

to prevent from proceeding : stop

was detained by a flat tire

detainverb

to hold or keep in or as if in prison

to prevent from proceeding : stop

was detained by a flat tire

detain同义词

  • vt. 拘留;留住;耽搁
  • hold, delay

detain词源英文解释

Middle English deteynen, from Anglo-French deteign-, stem of detenir, modification of Latin detinēre, from de- + tenēre to hold — more at thin

The first known use of detain was in the 15th century

detain 例句

1.“Can you make ‘unavoidably detained’ sound a little more poetic?”

2.They detained him while they debated what to do with him.

3.“He knew that he would be detained sooner or later. He told me not to worry too much.”

4.And this time, Nicholson wasn’t able to detain him, he started so quickly to make his way through the aisle.

5.She wasn’t detained, because the facial recognition software only scored her as a 31 percent match: possible but unlikely.

6.“They’re detaining every man between sixteen and sixty. They’ve been told to assemble at the tower of the chateau. Then they will be marched to Fort National at low tide. God be with them.”

7.He explained that one reason a person in his position kept his money in cash was for the possibility, however remote, that he would be stopped, questioned, detained—or deported.

8.“We will not detain you further, Madame. You see, it was not so very terrible.”

9.Because there are more trains and because so many migrants have been hurt or detained back in Chiapas, fewer riders are on board.

10.At the border, Polish authorities deny the Jews entry and detain them in open fields, without shelter, food, or water while the Polish and German governments argue.

11.They detained him until my aunt and uncle bribed the police for his release.

12.We fling remarks at them in broken French, anything that comes into our heads, hastily and all jumbled together, anything to detain them.

13.In August, less than two months after the student revolt, Winnie was detained under the Internal Security Act and imprisoned without charge in the Fort in Johannesburg, where she was held for five months.

14."I shall return for the debate tryout," Didu says, detaining him.

15.I broke from St. John, who had followed, and would have detained me.

16.The other will get me to call the police so he can be detained before killing anyone else.

17.Smotrich, then 25, was detained and questioned for weeks.

18.They were detained by the police for questioning.

19.He reads aloud, “All were taken to Brookdale Hospital, where only Ruth was detained for a fractured right leg.”

20.I also learned that our house had been raided and the police had detained a young relative of Winnie’s.

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