espousal

英 [ɪˈspaʊzl]

美 [ɪˈspaʊzl]

n.  (对政策、事业、信仰等的)支持,拥护

GRE

BNC.33032 / COCA.35028

#柯林斯词典回顶部

  • N-SING (对政策、事业、信仰等的)支持,拥护
    A government's or person's espousal of a particular policy, cause, or belief is their strong support of it.
    1. ...the Slovene leadership's espousal of the popular causes of reform and nationalism.
      斯洛文尼亚领导层对广受欢迎的改革事业和民族主义信念的支持

#英英释义回顶部

 noun

  • the act of accepting with approval
    1. its adoption by society
    2. the proposal found wide acceptance
    Synonym: adoptionacceptanceacceptation
  • the act of becoming betrothed or engaged
      Synonym: betrothal
    1. archaic terms for a wedding or wedding feast
        Synonym: bridal

      #双语例句回顶部

      • The response I have received to my articles about them, and my espousal of these beliefs, has been, for the most part, pretty hostile, and sometimes downright nasty.
        关于这种类型的观念,我所得到的回应大部分都含有相当的敌意,有时甚至带有明显的恶意。
      • This espousal of disarmament lost him many friends.
        他对裁军的这种支持使他失去了许多朋友。
      • His uncompromising espousal of the bill
        他对法案的坚定支持
      • Its ruling spirits combine a penchant for micro and industrial policies that destroy jobs with an espousal of deflationary macro policies.
        它的主要理念一是偏爱损害就业的微观经济与产业政策,二是拥护通缩性宏观经济政策。
      • The council's espousal of a nuclear-free policy has met with n mixed response.
        委员会支持的无核政策遇到不同的反响。
      • Espousal of such liberal ideas won't make her very popular around here.
        支持这样的自由主义观点不会使她在这儿很受欢迎。