简明英汉词典

patronage
[5pAtrEnidV]
n.
保护人的身份, 保护, 赞助, 光顾

美国传统词典[双解]

patronage
pa.tron.age
AHD:[p3“tr…-n1j, p2t“r…-]
D.J.[6peitr*nid9, 6p#tr*-]
K.K.[6petr*n!d9, 6p#tr*-]
n.(名词)

(1)

Support, encouragement, or championship, as of a person, an institution, an event, or a cause, from a patron.
庇护,保护:保护人对某人、机构、事件或事业的支持、鼓励或维护

(2)

Support or encouragement proffered in a condescending manner:
施惠:恩赐的态度所给予的帮助或鼓励:
It seems our little establishment has finally been deemed worthy of the bank's patronage.
看来银行终于认为值得资助我们这种小机构

(3)

The trade given to a commercial establishment by its customers:
光顾,惠顾:顾客对商业机构的光临:
Shopkeepers thanked Christmas shoppers for their patronage.
店老板感谢圣诞节顾客的光临

(4)

Customers or patrons considered as a group; clientele:
顾客,常客:顾客或老主顾总称;常客:
The grand old hotel has a loyal but demanding patronage.
这家显赫的老旅店拥有忠实但颇多要求的顾客

(5)

The power to distribute or appoint people to governmental or political positions.
授与职务的权力:分派或委任给某人政府职位或政治地位的权力

(6)

The act of distributing or appointing people to such positions.
官职的委派:分派或委任某人这种地位的行为

(7)

The positions so distributed or filled.
被委派的职务:这样分配和委任的职位

(8)

The right to grant an ecclesiastical benefice to a member of the clergy.
圣职授与权:赐与牧师教会圣职的权力

现代英汉词典

patronage
[5pAtrEnIdV; (?@) 5peIt-]
n.

(1)

(顾客)光顾,惠顾

(2)

委任权,授与权;指派重要职位的权力

(3)

恩赐态度;恩人气派

现代英汉综合大辞典

patronage
[5pAtrEnidV]
n.

(1)

保护; 庇护; 赞助; 支援; 奖励

(2)

光顾, 惠顾, 恩赐的态度

(3)

恩惠, 自命恩人, 恩人气派

(4)

圣职授与权, 牧师推荐权; 官职任命权
He has a great deal of patronage in his hands.
他有很大的任命权。

习惯用语

take sb. under one's patronage
使某人受自已的庇护[指导]

under the patronage of
在...保护下; 承...栽培

用法词典

patronage
patron保护人+-age名词后缀

美国传统词典

patronage
pa.tron.age
AHD:[p3“tr…-n1j, p2t“r…-]
D.J.[6peitr*nid/, 6p#tr*-]
K.K.[6petr*n!d/, 6p#tr*-]
n.

(1)

Support, encouragement, or championship, as of a person, an institution, an event, or a cause, from a patron.

(2)

Support or encouragement proffered in a condescending manner:
It seems our little establishment has finally been deemed worthy of the bank's patronage.

(3)

The trade given to a commercial establishment by its customers:
Shopkeepers thanked Christmas shoppers for their patronage.

(4)

Customers or patrons considered as a group; clientele:
The grand old hotel has a loyal but demanding patronage.

(5)

The power to distribute or appoint people to governmental or political positions.

(6)

The act of distributing or appointing people to such positions.

(7)

The positions so distributed or filled.

(8)

The right to grant an ecclesiastical benefice to a member of the clergy.

英汉法学大词典

patronage
n.庇护

英汉航海大词典

patronage
n.光顾

英汉经贸大词典

patronage
n.光顾

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