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enfranchise

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英 [ɪnˈfræntʃaɪz]
美 [ɛnˈfrænˌtʃaɪz]
是什么意思
  • vt.

    给予选举权;(从奴隶制中)解放;

  • 变形

    过去式:enfranchised过去分词:enfranchised现在分词:enfranchising第三人称单数:enfranchises

    英英释义

    enfranchise[ in'fræntʃaiz ]

    • v.
      • grant freedom to; as from slavery or servitude

        "Slaves were enfranchised in the mid-19th century"

        同义词:affranchise

      • grant voting rights
    学习怎么用

    双语例句

    1. In Britain women were enfranchised in 1918.
      1918年英国妇女获得议会选举权。
    2. The slaves were enfranchised.
      奴隶们被释放了。

    权威例句

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    ‘A Crusade to Enfranchise the Many’: Thatcherism and the ‘Property-Owning Democracy’
    Neither Citizen Nor Stranger: Why States Enfranchise Resident Aliens
    We should enfranchise young people at 16 while they are still living at home in a settled community.
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    Charles II, the Commons and the Newark Charter Dispute: The Crown's Last Attempt to Enfranchise a Borough
    Improving public health by respecting autonomy: using social science research to enfranchise vulnerable prison populations