- n. 同盟国，同盟者
- adj. 同盟的，联合的
- vt. 使联盟；使联合；同伙；帮凶
- vi. 同盟；联合
- confederate (v.)
- late 14c., from Late Latin confoederatus "leagued together," past participle of confoederare "to unite by a league," from com- "with, together" (see com-) + foederare, from foedus (genitive foederis) "a league" (see federal). Also used as a past participle adjective from late 14c., as a simple adjective from 1550s; meaning "of or belonging to the Confederate States of America" is from 1861. Used as a noun from late 15c. (Late Latin confoederatus also was used as a noun in its day).
- 1. The Confederate States perceive that they cannot carry all before them with a rush.
- 2. The thief was arrested, but his confederate escaped.
- 3. The country agreed to confederate with the neighboring country for mutual security.
- 4. 'sir,'said Mrs. Meade indignantly. " There are no deserters in the Confederate army. "
- " 先生,联盟军里可没有逃兵呀, " 米德太太愤愤地插嘴说.
- 5. " Well, honey, where did all our Confederate gold go to?
- " 嗯, 宝贝, 你说我们联盟政府的黄金到哪里去了 呢 ?
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