jettison

音标:

/'dʒetɪs(ə)n/

英英释义:

①If you jettison something, for example an idea or a plan, you deliberately reject it or decide not to use it.【v.放弃,拒绝接受(想法、计划等)】

②To jettison something that is not needed or wanted means to throw it away or get rid of it.【v.丢弃;处理掉;摆脱】

例句:

①The Government seems to have jettisoned the plan.

政府似乎已经放弃了这个计划。

②The crew jettisoned excess fuel and made an emergency landing.

机组人员丢弃了多余燃料,紧急着陆。

《卫报》一篇题为 Fasting isn't about eating less, but giving your body a chance to reset. 的文章也出现了这个表达:

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go to great length

不遗余力;竭尽全力;千方百计

英英释义:

If you say that someone goes to great lengths to achieve something, you mean that they try very hard and perhaps do extreme things in order to achieve it.

例句:

Greta Garbo went to great lengths to hide from reporters and photographers.

葛丽泰·嘉宝想方设法躲开记者和摄影师。

Romain Gary的小说 Promise at Dawn 也出现了这个表达:

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这是一个很好用的写作表达,我记得我高中的英语老师在课上就和我们推荐过这个句式,表示“不遗余力做某事”,一般用在作文的结尾部分。


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