与拉丁词根pon, pos(put 放置)相关的英语词汇

depose
英 [dɪˈpəʊz] 美 [dɪˈpoʊz]
罢免、废黜

  • The president was deposed in a military coup.
    总统在军事政变中被废黜。

impose
英 [ɪmˈpəʊz] 美 [ɪmˈpoʊz]
推行、强制实行;把(尤指信仰或生活方式)强加于;勉强、打扰、麻烦

  • Judges are imposing increasingly heavy fines for minor driving offences.
    法官们对轻微的违章驾驶开始处以越来越重的罚款。
  • I don't want them to impose their religious beliefs on my children.
    我不希望他们把自己的宗教信仰强加给我的孩子们。
  • She's always imposing on people - asking favours and getting everyone to do things for her.
    她总是强人所难——要人帮忙做这做那。

postpone
英 [pəˈspəʊn] 美 [poʊˈspoʊn]
延迟、延期、展缓

superimpose
英 [ˌsuːpərɪmˈpəʊz] 美 [ˌsuːpərɪmˈpoʊz]
使(尤指图片、文字等)叠加,将…放在他物之上

  • The book cover had a picture of a dove superimposed on a battle scene.
    这本书封面上的战争画面中添加了一只和平鸽。

transpose
英 [trænˈspəʊz] 美 [trænˈspoʊz]
使换位置、使互换位置;使变调、使移调

  • Genetic engineers transpose or exchange bits of hereditary material from one organism to the next.
    遗传工程师将某一生物的小段遗传物质调换到另一生物,或与其互换。
  • She could play any piece of music she heard and transpose it into any key.
    她能把听过的任何乐曲变以任何调演奏出来。

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