①Tenure is the legal right to live in a particular building or to use a particular piece of land during a fixed period of time.【n.(房屋的)居住权;(土地的)使用权，使用期】
②Tenure is the period of time during which someone holds an important job.【n.(重要职位的)任期，任职期间】
③If you have tenure in your job, you have the right to keep it until you retire.【n.终身职位;终身聘用】
①Lack of security of tenure was a reason for many families becoming homeless.
②He was in the middle of his tenure as Oxford Professor of Poetry and at the height of his fame.
③Junior staff have only a slim chance of getting tenure .
《新闻周刊》一篇题为 Is science too mean 也出现了这个表达：
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①If you jack up a heavy object such as a car, you raise it off the ground using a jack.【用千斤顶托起（汽车等）】
②To jack up the price or amount of something means to increase it to an unreasonable or unacceptable level.【不合理地抬高，哄抬（价格）；大幅度增加（数量）】
①They jacked up the car.
②The plan would cost so much that the company would have to jack up its prices.
《新闻周刊》一篇题为 Biden's student loan forgiveness will make things worse 也出现了这个表达：