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pre-eminently
[ˌpriː ˈemɪnəntli] [ˌpriː ˈemɪnəntli]

  • adv. 卓越地;杰出地

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  卓越地

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pre-eminently [ ,pri:'eminəntli ]

  • adv. to a preeminent degree; with superiority or distinction above others; in a preeminent manner

    "a wide variety of pre-eminently contemporary scenes"

    同义词: preeminently

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 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

preeminently /priːˈɛmɪnəntlɪ/ (also pre-eminently)

  • 1. 

    ADV Preeminently means to a very great extent. 在很大程度上

    例:

    Theodore Roosevelt was preeminently a realist in foreign relations.

    西奥多• 罗斯福在很大程度上是一位外交关系的现实主义者。

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  • A cheerful man is pre-eminently a useful man.

    快乐会成为一位杰出有用的人。

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  • Better far to do one thing pre-eminently well than to dabble in forty.

    做到极致远远强于将四十件事作为兴趣浅尝辄止

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  • Boldness, leadership, decisiveness, imagination, taking risks on this, and that's had the reward of putting him pre-eminently not only in this country but abroad.

    BBC: John Reid MP, Former Cabinet Minister

  • Religious tempers had been calmed, government functioning made more transparent (through the right to information law), and a series of welfare measures for the rural poor (pre-eminently, the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee scheme) initiated.

    BBC: Manmohan Singh at 80

  • And Justice Scalia, a strong supporter of the court's states-rights agenda, wrote the opinion knocking down California's primary system which many—including the two dissenting justices who have consistently opposed expanding states' rights—thought was pre-eminently a matter for the states.

    ECONOMIST: The Supreme Court

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