英 [træn'spaɪə; trɑːn-]
1. 区分易混单词：conspire, transpire.
- transpire: see spirit
- transpire (v.)
- 1590s, "pass off in the form of a vapor or liquid," from Middle French transpirer (16c.), from Latin trans- "through" (see trans-) + spirare "to breathe" (see spirit (n.)). Figurative sense of "leak out, become known" is recorded from 1741, and the erroneous meaning "take place, happen" is almost as old, being first recorded 1755. Related: Transpired; transpiring.
- 1. We don't know what will transpire when we have a new boss.
- 2. We do not know what may transpire when we have a new boss.
- 3. All memorable events, I should say, transpire in morning time and in a morning atmosphere.
- 我敢说, 所有值得回顾的事件, 都发生在清晨的光阴和气氛里.
- 4. We do not know what will transpire when we have a new boss.
- 5. Train envision ability of the, and innovation ability, transpire their thoughts. To cultivate students'practice ability.
- 2培养学生的想象能力, 创新能力, 发散性思维; 提高他们的动手能力.
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