简明英汉词典

expropriate
[eks5prEuprieit]
vt.
没收, 征用, 剥夺

美国传统词典[双解]

expropriate
ex.pro.pri.ate
AHD:[μk-spr?“pr?-3t”]
D.J.[ek6sproupri87eit]
K.K.[Wk6spropri7et]
v.tr.(及物动词)
ex.pro.pri.at.edex.pro.pri.at.ingex.pro.pri.ates

(1)

To deprive of possession:
没收或征用财产:
expropriated the property owners who lived in the path of the new highway.
没收居住在通向新高速公路的道路上的人的财产

(2)

To transfer (another's property) to oneself.
剥夺…的所有权:把(另一人的财产)据为已有

语源

(1)

Medieval Latin expropri3e expropri3t-
中世纪拉丁语 expropri3e expropri3t-

(2)

Latin ex- [ex-]
拉丁语 ex- [前缀,表“…之外”]

(3)

Latin propri3e [to appropriate] from proprius [one's own] * see proper
拉丁语 propri3e [擅用] 源自 proprius [某人所有] *参见 proper

继承用法

expropriation
n.(名词)

expropriator
n.(名词)

expropriatory
AHD:[-…-t?r”?, -t?r”?] (形容词)

现代英汉词典

expropriate
[eks5prEJprIeIt]
vt.
-ated, -ating
没收;征用
The State expropriated his palace.
国家征用了他的宅邸。
The local government expropriated all the trucks and tractors during the flood.
洪水期间当地政府征用了所有的卡车和拖拉机。

现代英汉综合大辞典

expropriate
[eks5prEuprieit]
vt.

(1)

没收(财产等); 征用(土地)

(2)

让渡(所有权)

(3)

把...据为己有, 侵占; 剥夺...的所有权
expropriate sb. from an estate
没收某人的财产

继承用法

expropriable
adj.

词性变化

expropriation
n.

expropriator
n.
剥夺者, 没收者, 征用者

美国传统词典

expropriate
ex.pro.pri.ate
AHD:[μk-spr?“pr?-3t”]
D.J.[ek6sproupri87eit]
K.K.[Wk6spropri7et]
v.tr.
ex.pro.pri.at.ed, ex.pro.pri.at.ing, ex.pro.pri.ates

(1)

To deprive of possession:
expropriated the property owners who lived in the path of the new highway.

(2)

To transfer (another's property) to oneself.

语源

(1)

Medieval Latin expropri3e expropri3t-

(2)

Latin ex- [ex-]

(3)

Latin propri3e [to appropriate] from proprius [one's own] * see proper

继承用法

expropriation
n.

expropriator
n.

expropriatory
AHD:[-…-t?r”?, -t?r”?] adj.

英汉法学大词典

expropriate
v.没收 ,征用

英汉化学大词典

expropriate
vt.征用,没收,剥夺

英汉计算机大词典

expropriate
vt.征用(没收,剥夺)

英汉建筑大词典

expropriate
vt.没收,征用,剥夺所有权

最新会计师英汉大词典

expropriate
征用,没收

英汉水利大词典

expropriate
n.征用土地,没收,剥夺

英汉贸易大词典

expropriate
没收,征用

现代商务英汉大词典

expropriate
没收,征用

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