简明英汉词典

on occasion
adv.
有时

基本词义

on occasion

(1)

有时

(2)

遇必要时

美国传统词典[双解]

occasion
oc.ca.sion
AHD:[…-k3“zh…n]
D.J.[*6kei9*n]
K.K.[*6ke9*n]
n.(名词)

(1)

An event or a happening; an incident.
场合:重大的事件;事故

(2)

The time at which an event occurs.
这种事件发生的时刻

(3)

A significant event.
重要的事件

(4)

A favorable or appropriate time or juncture; an opportunity.See Synonyms at opportunity
机会,时机:一个有利的或合适的时间或时机;机会参见 opportunity

(5)

Something that brings on or precipitates an action, a condition, or an event, especially the immediate cause.See Synonyms at cause
诱因:使促成或加速行动、状况或事件进程的事物,尤指立即造成的参见 cause

(6)

Something that provides a reason or justification; a ground.
理由:提供理由或口实的事物;依据

(7)

A need created by a particular circumstance:
需要:一种由特定环境而引起的需要:
“He must buy what he has little occasion for”(Laurence Sterne)
“他必须买他不太需要的东西”(劳伦斯·斯特内)

(8)

A large or important social gathering.
盛大场面:一个大型或重要的社会集会

(9)

occasions Archaic Personal requirements or necessities.
occasions 【古语】 个人的要求或必需品
v.tr.(及物动词)
oc.ca.sionedoc.ca.sion.ingoc.ca.sions
To provide occasion for; cause:
引起:为…提供场合;引起:
“The year's annual reports occasion an especially revealing glimpse of how corporations lend . . . embellishment to the stark numbers of the comptroller's office”(Mark Muro)
“这一年的年度报告使人们看到公司是怎样对审计室里刻板的数字进行修饰的”(马克·穆罗)

习惯用语

on occasion
From time to time; now and then.
偶尔:间断地;不时地

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin occ3?} occ3si?n-
源自 拉丁语 occ3?} occ3si?n-

(4)

from occ3s [past participle of] occidere [to fall]
源自 occ3s [] occidere的过去分词 [落下]

(5)

ob- [down] * see ob-
ob- [在…下] *参见 ob-

(6)

cadere [to fall] * see kad-
cadere [落] *参见 kad-

美国传统词典

occasion
oc.ca.sion
AHD:[…-k3“zh…n]
D.J.[*6kei/*n]
K.K.[*6ke/*n]
n.

(1)

An event or a happening; an incident.

(2)

The time at which an event occurs.

(3)

A significant event.

(4)

A favorable or appropriate time or juncture; an opportunity.See Synonyms at opportunity

(5)

Something that brings on or precipitates an action, a condition, or an event, especially the immediate cause.See Synonyms at cause

(6)

Something that provides a reason or justification; a ground.

(7)

A need created by a particular circumstance:
“He must buy what he has little occasion for”(Laurence Sterne)

(8)

A large or important social gathering.

(9)

occasions Archaic Personal requirements or necessities.
v.tr.
oc.ca.sioned, oc.ca.sion.ing, oc.ca.sions
To provide occasion for; cause:
“The year's annual reports occasion an especially revealing glimpse of how corporations lend . . . embellishment to the stark numbers of the comptroller's office”(Mark Muro)

习惯用语

on occasion
From time to time; now and then.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin occ3?} occ3si?n-

(4)

from occ3s [past participle of] occidere [to fall]

(5)

ob- [down] * see ob-

(6)

cadere [to fall] * see kad-

英汉航海大词典

on occasion
prep.随时,必要时

英汉环境大词典

on occasion
n.间或,随时,遇必要时

英汉经贸大词典

on occasion
n.间或,随时,遇必要时

英汉计算机大词典

on occasion
prep.曾经(有一次)

英汉能源大词典

on occasion
n.间或,随时,遇必要时

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