valedictory

英 [,vælɪ'dɪkt(ə)rɪ] 美 [,vælɪ'dɪktəri]
  • adj. 告别的
  • n. 告别辞
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1、vale- "be well" + dict- "say" + -ory.
2、字面含义:say something about be well. 其构词原理和farewell相近。
3、当然,在告别的时候就会说:be well. 咱们汉语里不是就有类似的话吗:保重,一路顺风,旅途愉快。
valedictory 告别的

来自valediction,告别演说。

valedictory (adj.)
1650s, "pertaining or relating to leave-taking," from Latin valedictum (past participle of valedicere; see valediction) + -ory. As a noun meaning "valedictory address" from 1779.
1. He listened to Howard give the valedictory address at high school graduation.
他听了霍华德在中学毕业典礼上作的告别演讲。

来自柯林斯例句

2. He made a valedictory address after two years as chairman.
在担任主席职务两年后他发表了告别演说。

来自辞典例句

3. This valedictory dispatch was written as he retired from the foreign service a few weeks ago.
这份告别报告是他几周前从外交界退休时所写的.

来自辞典例句

4. Children would write valedictory speeches about KP 2.
孩子们将会为KP2写段告别词.

来自互联网

5. The student with the highest academic rank in a class who delivers the valedictory at graduation.
在毕业典礼上致告别词的最好级别的学生.

来自互联网

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