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enfranchises

听听怎么读
[enˈfrænˌtʃaɪziz]
是什么意思
  • v.

    给予选举权( enfranchise的第三人称单数 );(从奴隶制中)解放;

  • 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

    Toward a Design Process That Re-enfranchises Citizens and Consumers.
    Bill enfranchises disabled voters; Blind, others could keep ballot secret.(NEWS)
    Practical Forms of Agreements Relating to Sales and Purchases, Enfranchisements and Exchanges, Mortgages and Loans, Leases, Letting,...
    The law and practice on enfranchisements and commutations : as well by common law as under the Copyhold acts, 1894, and other acts :...
    Practical forms of agreements relating to sales and purchases, enfranchisements and exchanges, mortgages and loans, ...
    Racial Threat and Opposition to the Re-Enfranchisement of Ex-Felons
    Court's Failure to Re-Enfranchise Felons Requires Congressional Remediation, The
    Beggars can't be voters: Why Washington's felon re-enfranchisement law violates the Equal Protection Clause
    EDITORIAL: Enfranchise everyone: time to welcome reform
    Up for auction: souvenirs of a Suffragette who helped to enfranchise half of the UK population; Sale of a women's century