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arrest
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confine
control
curb
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inhibit
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restrict
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smother
stifle
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• restrain from
制止,抑制。阻止...去...。


re.strain

restrain的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [riˈstrein]
KK音标发音: [rɪˈstren]

restrain的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

restrainedrestrainingrestrains

1. To hold back or keep in check; control:
抑制:阻止或抑制;控制:

用法与例句:

couldn't restrain the tears.
禁不住掉眼泪

2. To hold (a person) back; prevent:
阻止:阻挡(某人);阻止:

用法与例句:

restrained them from going.
阻止他们去

3. To deprive of freedom or liberty.
剥夺:剥夺自由或特权

4. To limit or restrict.
限制,限定:限制或约束

restrain的词源:

5. Middle English restreinen
中古英语 restreinen

6. from Old French restraindre restreign-
源自 古法语 restraindre restreign-

7. from Latin restringere [to bind back] * see restrict
源自 拉丁语 restringere [约束] *参见 restrict

restrain的词性:
adj.(形容词)

restrain的音标和读音:

restrain的词性:
n.(名词)

【近义词】

restraincurbcheckbridleinhibit

8. These verbs are compared as they mean to hold back or keep under control.
当这些动词的词意为抑制或处于控制之下时,常对它们进行比较。

9. Restrain implies restriction or limitation, as on one's freedom of action:
Restrain 意指对人的行动自由进行约束和限制:

用法与例句:

“a wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another” (Thomas Jefferson).
“明智而节俭的政府会阻止人们彼此间的伤害” (托马斯·杰斐逊)。

用法与例句:

He had difficulty restraining his curiosity. To curb is to restrain as if with reins:
他难以抑制住好奇心。 Curb 是象用辔头那样来约束:

用法与例句:

“You might curb your magnanimity” (John Keats).
“你可以收敛一下你的宽宏大量” (约翰·济慈)。

10. Check implies arresting or stopping, often suddenly or forcibly:
Check 意为通常是突然或强有力地停止或阻止:

用法与例句:

“a light to guide, a rod/To check the erring” (William Wordsworth). To bridle is often to hold in or govern one's emotions or passions:
“一束引路的光,一根/防止犯错误的棍” (威廉·华兹华斯)。Bridle 常指压抑或控制自己的感情或激情:

用法与例句:

She tried with all her might to bridle her resentment.
她努力抑制住自己的怨恨。

11. Inhibit usually connotes a check, either self-imposed or involuntary, on one's actions, desires, thoughts, or emotions:
Inhibit 常指对某人的行为、意愿、思想或感情的自我施加或非自愿的约束:

用法与例句:

For the compliant child parental disapproval is as strong an inhibiting force as the threat of punishment.
对于顺从的小孩,父母的反对是与惩罚的威胁具有同样强烈的抑制力量