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  • 例句 promise
    1. Many women seeking natural remedies have turned to compounding pharmacies, druggists who promise so-called bioidentical hormones that are chemically synthesized but have the same molecular structure as hormones produced by a woman’s body.
    2. I made my son a conditional promise: I would buy him a bike if he kept his room tidy.
    3. In the old days, to my commonplace and unobserving mind, he gave no evidences of genius whatsoever. He never read me any of his manuscripts, […], and therefore my lack of detection of his promise may in some degree be pardoned.
    4. He was held responsible for the actions of those under his command.  I'll hold him to that promise. ‎
    5. a hollow promise
    6. Even with some filibustering in midconcert and near the end, Foo Fighters didn’t fulfill Mr. Grohl’s promise to play for more than two hours.
    7. an obligatory promise
    8. I promise to give it back. Reply: OK.
  • 例句 promises
    1. Such growth would be fine if financialization really delivered on its promises —— if financial firms made money by directing capital to its most productive uses, by developing innovative ways to spread and reduce risk.
    2. While the present conservation of Maryland fisheries is largely concerned with the oyster, which promises such great future returns, the foodfishes should not be neglected.
    3. English National Opera is a title freighted with implications, and that first adjective promises not only a geographical reach, but a linguistic commitment too.
    4. V-tonic Bath Spheres by Fresh contains a cola-nut extract that the company promises will energize the skin, and Kiss My Face’s Wake Up toothpaste has guaranine, a form of caffeine found in guarana seeds.
    5. Ms. Olson added that despite promises and the creation of a high-level committee, the I.R.S. had failed to enact policies that would bring more nonfilers into the system.
    6. The candidate made some ambitious promises in his campaign speech. ‎
    7. I don't appreciate salesmen who make promises and then fail to follow through.
    8. to go back on one's promises
  • 例句 promised
    1. When I die, don't bury me deep, / Put a jug of 'lasses at my feet, / And a piece of corn bread in my hand, / Gwine to sop my way to the promised land.
    2. He promised to keep in touch while he was away.
    3. They gave him a cash award, in lieu of the promised prize package.
    4. The government promised a lot, but failed to deliver the goods.
    5. You promised me that you'd pay up today, no going back on your word.ker is not presently located. Otherwise "come" (i.e. "come back") is used.
    6. On the way home in the trap, that night, the uncle started to cnawvshawl. "Houl', you hoor," said Dan, "there's a woman as has been watching your nephew this while will be rightly annoyed now that he's promised.
    7. I promised him I would meet him there, and I will not let him down.
    8. The cover promised a Don Zimmer centerspread.
    9. ...he promised to get concessions on container handling, and he cannot go to the dockers emptyhanded.
    10. The listing for Loop 2.4.3 had promised that a waterphone would be featured.
  • 例句 promising
    1. Together, these data indicate that entolimod is a highly promising potential life-saving treatment for victims of radiation disasters.
    2. Although monitoring uterine activity using a tocodynamometer (TOCO) or magnetomyogram was also initially thought to be a promising approach for predicting risk of preterm delivery, recent studies have not confirmed this.
    3. Iron-based superconductors have been considered to be very promising in high-field applications, for which multifilamentary wire and tape conductors with high mechanical strength are essential.
    4. Algal biofuel, sometimes nicknamed oilgae by environmentalists, is a promising technology.
    5. The first results of transplantation of human ESC-CMs in a large animal model of non-human primates are promising since hESC-CMs showed to remuscularize the heart.
    6. However, despite initially promising preclinical and clinical data in renal cell carcinoma, studies now suggest that as single agents, the activity of rapalogues is modest and sporadic in other solid tumors.
    7. Targeting p75 NTR /Sox2-expressing Schwann cells to enhance their differentiation into competent remyelinating cells appears to be a promising therapeutic approach for inflammatory/demyelinating CNS diseases.
    8. Microalgal triacylglycerides (TAGs) are a promising sustainable feedstock for the food, chemical and biofuel industry, as an alternative to traditional feedstocks which are typically derived from fossil or vegetable oil.
    9. Horatius, on duty when the enemy attacked, displayed a stoutheartedness unmatched by his companions. He kept them from running away by promising to hold off the enemy while they destroyed the bridge behind him.
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  1. fr promises
  2. en promisest
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