简明英汉词典

elect
[I5lekt]
vt.
选举, 推选
v.
选择, 作出选择, 选举, 选举, 选举

美国传统词典[双解]

elect
e.lect
AHD:[1-lμkt“]
D.J.[i6lekt]
K.K.[!6lWkt]
v.(动词)
e.lect.ede.lect.inge.lects
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To select by vote for an office or for membership.
选举,竞选:通过选举挑选某人担任某种职务或作某一组织的成员

(2)

To pick out; select:
挑出;挑选:
elect an art course.See Synonyms at choose
选修艺术课参见 choose

(3)

To decide, especially by preference:
决定:决定,尤指凭好恶决定:
elected to take the summer off.
决定夏天休假

(4)

Theology To select by divine will for salvation.
【神学】 (神学)被挑选出来:上帝挑选某人使其灵魂得救
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To make a choice or selection.
选择或挑选
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Chosen deliberately; singled out.
精选的;选出的

(2)

Elected but not yet installed. Often used in combination:
选中的,选定的:选出而尚未就任的,常用于复合词中:
the governor-elect.
州长当选人

(3)

Chosen for marriage. Often used in combination:
当选的:为婚嫁挑选的,常用于复合词中:
the bride-elect.
准未婚妻

(4)

Theology Selected by divine will for salvation.
【神学】 (神学)被挑选出来的:蒙上帝挑选而灵魂永远得救的
n.(名词)

(1)

One that is chosen or selected.
被选中的人

(2)

Theology One selected by divine will for salvation.
【神学】 被上帝选中灵魂得救的人

(3)

(used with a pl. verb)An exclusive group of people. Used with the :
(与复数动词连用)特权阶层,特权集团:排外的一群人,与the 连用:
one of the elect who have power inside the government.
政府里有权的特权集团中的一员

语源

(1)

Middle English electen
中古英语 electen

(2)

from Latin ?e ?l?ct- [to select]
源自 拉丁语 ?e ?l?ct- [挑选] ?- [ex-] ?- [向外]

(3)

legere [to choose] * see leg-
legere [选择] *参见 leg-

现代英汉词典

elect
[I5lekt]
vt.

(1)

(常与to 连用)

(2)

选举,推选
The government is made up of men and women elected by the people of the country.
政府是由这个国家的人民选出的人员组成的。
Reagan was elected as the thirty-second President of the United States.
里根被选为美国第三十二任总统。
Mr Charles was elected (the) chairman of the municipal education committee.
查尔斯当选为先生市教育委员会主任委员。
To be elected to the House a person must be twenty-five years old and must have been a United States citizen for seven years.
"要被选作众议员,此人必须大于二十五岁,而且必须是在美国居住了七年的美国公民。"

(3)

作出选择;决定
He elected to become a doctor.
他决定当医生。
She elected to return to work after her baby was born.
她决定孩子出生后再去做工作。

词性变化

elect
adj.
当选而尚未就任的

用法词典

elect
拉丁词e- =out 出来 + lect[源自legere]拾,选

英文相关词典

elect
appoint    choose    pick    select    vote for    

美国传统词典

elect
e.lect
AHD:[1-lμkt“]
D.J.[i6lekt]
K.K.[!6lWkt]
v.
e.lect.ed, e.lect.ing, e.lects
v.tr.

(1)

To select by vote for an office or for membership.

(2)

To pick out; select:
elect an art course.See Synonyms at choose

(3)

To decide, especially by preference:
elected to take the summer off.

(4)

Theology To select by divine will for salvation.
v.intr.
To make a choice or selection.
adj.

(1)

Chosen deliberately; singled out.

(2)

Elected but not yet installed. Often used in combination:
the governor-elect.

(3)

Chosen for marriage. Often used in combination:
the bride-elect.

(4)

Theology Selected by divine will for salvation.
n.

(1)

One that is chosen or selected.

(2)

Theology One selected by divine will for salvation.

(3)

(used with a pl. verb)An exclusive group of people. Used with the :
one of the elect who have power inside the government.

语源

(1)

Middle English electen

(2)

from Latin ?e ?l?ct- [to select] ?- [ex-]

(3)

legere [to choose] * see leg-

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

ELECT
= ELECTion,选择,选出

英汉法学大词典

elect
v.推选 ,选举

英汉化学大词典

elect
vt.选择,推选,决定;adj.被选出的,当选的

英汉海运大词典

elect
选,选择

英汉计算机大词典

elect
vt.选择(推选,决定);adj.被选出的(当选的)

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