furlough

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英 [ˈfɜ:ləʊ]
美 [ˈfɜrloʊ]
是什么意思
  • n.

    (军队的)休假;

  • vt.

    准…休假;

  • 变形

    复数:furloughs过去式:furloughed过去分词:furloughed现在分词:furloughing第三人称单数:furloughs

    英英释义

    furlough[ 'fə:lau ]

    • n.a temporary leave of absence from military duty
    • v.
      • dismiss, usually for economic reasons

        同义词:lay off

      • grant a leave to

        "The prisoner was furloughed for the weekend to visit her children"

    学习怎么用

    双语例句

    用作名词(n.)
    1. I have a furlough every three years.
      我每三年休假一次。
    2. Some soldiers went on furlough for two weeks.
      有些士兵休假两周。
    用作动词(v.)
    1. The governor has agreed to furlough himself.
      州长同意自己休假。
    2. The troubled airline plans to furlough between 140 and 180 pilots.
      陷入困境的航空公司准备暂时解雇140到180名飞行员。

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