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EN[bɪˈkeɪm]
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变成 (become的过去式)
  • 例句 become
    1. Our teenager has become a mall rat. ‎
    2. At this point, Star Trek has really become a religion.
    3. It's little wonder Late of the Pier has become a favorite of remixers -- there's so much sound to choose from, and so little to be faithful to.
    4. For most Americans, big bonuses and corporate jets and office remodelings become a kind of stand-in for the real sins of the bankers.
    5. Emanuel’s version was already blander — and later rephrasings have inevitably become more so.
    6. If we were to change "Fred says "I will do the housework"." into reported speech it would become "Fred said that he would do the housework."
    7. It's been so long I've become a retrosexual.
    8. The old man had become a confirmed invalid, confined by chronic rheumatism to his chair. — The Dead Alive
    9. Once you get the rhythm of it, the job will become easy.
  • 例句 became
    1. She became more addicted to crack than she had ever been to heroin.
    2. Even though she had succeeded in the phone interview, when the ageist employer learned that the candidate was only 18 years old, she became hesitant.
    3. She left the church when she became agnostic.
    4. Over a period of months, it became apparent that she had developed allergylike responses to scores of pervasive substances [ … ] .
    5. But when we combined stress, exercise, and cut down on food, 75 percent became amenorrheic.
    6. His face became angry. ‎
    7. But electric vehicles and the batteries that made them run became ensnared in corporate scandals, fraud, and monopolistic corruption that shook the confidence of the nation and inspired automotive upstarts.
    8. I've became so blazing that I can't control myself properly
    9. certain 'details' of 'scientifically realized socialism' became blinding obvious
  • 例句 becomes
    1. When a 47-year-old becomes president by trouncing a 72-year-old opponent, there’s every reason to think that the tide is turning youthward.
    2. Here the passage modulates into A-sharp and becomes very difficult to read.
    3. When the mixing becomes resonant, the phonon sideband anticrosses with the excited exciton state.
    4. With this initiative, Valucard becomes an open system that is not limited to point of sale (POS) transactions, but now avails cash to its holders in various locations nationwide.
    5. This may be because with warmer temperatures, the budmoth larvae develop sooner, before their food source, the larch needles, becomes available.
    6. BTW, have you noticed that the xenophobia regularly shown on South Park goes way overboard when the topic is Canada? Then it becomes Canadaphobia. Are Canadians offended by this?
    7. Christmas past becomes Christmas present.
  • 例句 becoming
    1. Quotations 31.X.2001 Viewed from the boardrooms of Britain, the market is becoming more multicultural than could have been imagined just five years ago. - The Guardian (2001)
    2. But he is now well on his way to becoming a great multisurface champion.
    3. Going back in time and becoming one's own grandfather is a rather ouroboric endeavour
    4. He exercised every day to avoid becoming paunchy in his old age.
    5. He pirated in the Atlantic for years before becoming a privateer for the Queen.
    6. In fact, by excommunication or persuasion, by impetuosity of driving or adroitness in leading, this Abbot, it is now becoming plain everywhere, is a man that generally remains master at last.
    7. One thing that saved many pilot's lives during World War II was salf-sealing gas tanks that kept their planes from becoming fireballs when riddled with bullets.
    8. Stewart has been solid as a rock ever since becoming the new vice-chairman.
    9. Elizabeth is still a common theophoric name, even though El is becoming less well known.
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    相关连结:
    1. en becamest
    2. en became one flesh
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