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              • company

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                釋義

                • 常用
                • 高考講解
                • n.
                  公司; 商號; 劇團; 連隊; 陪伴; 賓客; 在一起的一群人
              • 詞態變化

                • 復數:?companies;
              • 實用場景例句

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                • 聚會

                the largest computer company in the world

                全球最大的計算機公司

                牛津詞典

                the National Bus Company

                全國公共汽車公司

                牛津詞典

                She joined the company in 2002.

                她于 2002 年加盟這家公司。

                牛津詞典

                Mike gets a company car with his new job (= one that the company pays for) .

                邁克因新的職位得到公司提供的專用汽車。

                牛津詞典

                Company profits were 5% lower than last year.

                公司的利潤比去年降低了5%。

                牛津詞典

                a theatre/dance, etc. company

                劇團、舞蹈團等

                牛津詞典

                the Royal Shakespeare Company

                皇家莎士比亞戲劇團

                牛津詞典

                I enjoy Jo's company (= I enjoy being with her) .

                我喜歡和喬在一起。

                牛津詞典

                She enjoys her own company (= being by herself) when she is travelling.

                她喜愛獨自旅行。

                牛津詞典

                The children are very good company (= pleasant to be with) at this age.

                和這個年齡的孩子在一起很開心。

                牛津詞典

                a pleasant evening in the company of friends

                與朋友一起度過的愉快夜晚

                牛津詞典

                Sheila found some work as a secretary in an insurance company.

                希拉在一家保險公司找到一份當秘書的工作。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                ...the Ford Motor Company.

                福特汽車公司

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                ...the Phoenix Dance Company.

                鳳凰舞蹈團

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                The division will consist of two tank companies and one infantry company...

                這個師的組成部隊將包括兩個坦克連和一個步兵連。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                C Company's sentries were just ahead.

                C連的哨兵就在前頭。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                'I won't stay long.' — 'No, please. I need the company'...

                “我不會呆很久?!薄皠e這樣,求你了。我需要有人陪?!?/p>

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                Ross had always enjoyed the company of women...

                羅斯總是喜歡有女人陪伴。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                Keegan and company approached the game with understandable caution.

                基根一伙人小心謹慎地對待這場比賽,這是可以理解的。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                Mr Koo is in good company. The prime minister made a similar slip a couple of years back.

                庫先生的錯大人物也犯過。幾年前首相就有過類似的疏漏。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                He didn't say he had had company.

                他沒說當時有客人在。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                When they were in company she always seemed to dominate the conversation...

                他們在一起的時候,她好像總是操縱著話語權。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                I feel awkward and shy in company.

                跟別人在一起的時候,我覺得很別扭,不好意思。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                Saudi Arabia, in company with some other Gulf oil states, is concerned to avoid any repetition of the two oil price shocks of the 1970s.

                避免20世紀70年代兩次石油價格沖擊的情形再次出現,這是沙特阿拉伯和其他一些海灣石油國家一致關心的問題。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                Why don't you stay here and keep Emma company?

                你為什么不呆在這兒,陪陪?,??

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                He keeps company with all sorts of lazy characters.

                他與形形色色的懶人為伍。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                The three of them parted company at the bus stop.

                他們三個在公共汽車站分了手。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                The tennis star has parted company with his Austrian trainer...

                這位網球明星與他的奧地利教練分道揚鑣。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                We have agreed to part company after differences of opinion.

                我們道不同不相為謀。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

                Where I part company with him, however, is over the link he forges between science and liberalism.

                然而,我與他產生分歧的地方是,他把科學與自由主義聯系了起來。

                柯林斯高階英語詞典

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              • 真題例句

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                The least that can be concluded from this research is that companies need to think harder about managing teams.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                In many companies, the conventional form of organisation is giving way to a network of teams.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                Companies are abandoning conventional functional departments and organising employees into crossdisciplinary teams that focus on particular products, problems or customers.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                Almost half of those surveyed said their companies were either in the middle of restructuring or about to embark on ( ' , 開始) it; and for the most part, restructuring meant putting more emphasis on teams.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                According to a report by Deloitte, teamwork is becoming increasingly popular among companies.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                12 billion in 2015, according to a new report from market research company Mintel.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                Auto makers and tech companies are working hard to offer the first true selfdriving car.

                出自-2017年6月聽力原文

                Verifone, the company that makes the store’s card reader would not confirm or deny that the plastic bag trick worked.

                出自-2016年6月聽力原文

                Under the law in Massachusetts, tobacco companies have to measure the nicotine content of every type of cigarette and report the results.

                出自-2016年6月聽力原文

                Almost all companies recognise the importance of innovation today.

                出自-2016年6月聽力原文

                To enhance morale, one company asks its employees to identify their fellow workers when starting their computers.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                The team at Frontpoint addresses the issue in a blog on its site, citing their own jam protection software and claiming that there aren't any documented cases of successful jam attack since the company began offering wireless security sensors in the 1980s.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Some famous companies are already using gamification and more are trying to do the same.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                She recently designed a gamification strategy for a sales training company with a storm-chasing theme.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                One company Werbach has studied uses gamification to create a sense of community and boost employees' morale ( ' , 士氣).

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                More recently, however, some companies have been investing money in a more ambitious undertaking: learning how to adjust the fundamental make-up of the food they sell.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Monica Cornetti runs a company that gamifies employee trainings.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Increasingly, companies are tapping into these desires directly through what has come to be known as gamification: essentially, turning work into a game.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Companies, marketers and teachers have long looked for fun ways to engage people's reward-seeking or competitive spirits.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Companies from Google to L'Oréal to IBM to Wells Fargo are known to use some degree of gamification in their workplaces.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                And more and more companies are joining them.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                A number of companies have sprung up—GamEffective, Bunchball and Badgeville, to name a few—in recent years offering gamification platforms for businesses.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Unfortunately, that comfort can hinder the very learning that can expand your company and your career.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                There have been half-hearted but well-publicized efforts by some food companies to reduce calories in their processed foods, but the Standard American Diet is still the polar opposite of the healthy, mostly plant-based diet that just about every expert says we should be eating.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                The microwave and fast-food chains were the biggest catalysts ( ' , 催化劑 ), but the big food companies—which want to sell anything except the raw ingredients that go into cooking—made the home cook an endangered species.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                Smart companies, they believe, will try to bake more task-based planning into their strategies.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                It will help your company expand more rapidly.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                It does not support the strategies adopted by smart companies.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                Many of its 800 stores are likely to close following the company’s decision to call in administrators after an attempt to sell the business for a token £1 failed.

                出自-2015年12月聽力原文

                "We realize that as a company with people, trucks, warehouses, we needed to play a larger role," said Eduardo Martinez, the president of the UPS Foundation.

                2019年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                A company should find ways to innovate not just in products but also in functions, business models and processes.

                2016年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                A Moon Express representative declined to comment on the story, but noted that the company is very optimistic about its proposal.

                2018年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                A private wildlife management company will release the animal into the wild.

                2019年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A

                A recent email from the yarn (紡紗) company Red Heart titled "Health Benefits of Crocheting and Knitting" prompted me to explore what else might be known about the health value of activities like knitting.

                2017年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                Aydin Municipality bought the plane from a private company for just under US100,000, but they hope to see a return on that investment through the tourism industry.

                2019年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A

                But I'll need a receipt, so I can charge it to my company.

                2017年6月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B

                Called "the Wattway," the roads will be built through joint efforts with the French road-building company Colas and the National Institute of Solar Energy.

                2017年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A

                During this renovation the building's owners,?CIS,?consulted the solar panel company, Solarcentury.

                2018年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A

                However, Dr Mehmood Khan,chief scientific officer, said the company had doubled research and development spending in the past five years and was "committed to sustaining investment", adding that companies cannot cost-cut their way to increasing sales.

                2018年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C

                I thought you said the company expected an answer by the end of the month?

                2019年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B

                If all goes well, the company says it could have the feature in all of its hotels by next year.

                2015年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A

                If parents and children share interests and values and agree on child rearing practices and religious 33 commitment, they are likely to enjoy each other's company.

                2016年6月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section A

                In 2012, the company distributed more than 1,200 MedPacks to Medical Reserve Corps groups in California.

                2019年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                It has shrunk from £1.19 billion in 2011 to £1.12 billion in 2015, according to a new report from market research company Mintel.

                2017年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section C

                Its digital course materials save students up to 60% compared to traditional printed textbooks, the company added.

                2018年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                Last October, the company pledged $1 million in cash and transportation support for Hurricanes Florence and Michael.

                2019年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                mice are usually social animals and prefer to be in the company of other mice, according to the study.

                2018年6月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C

                Moon Express is not the only company seeking for the right to travel to outer space.

                2018年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                My grandparents started the company in 1955.

                2018年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B

                Now, however, a New Zealand-based startup company aims to bring messy homes—and even splitting headaches—back to normal.

                2019年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                One company Werbach has studied uses gamification to create a sense of community and boost employees' morale.

                2016年12月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                The article cites the global giant Procter and Gamble as an example, saying a real innovative company should develop an innovation culture and use it as a primary tool for success.

                2016年6月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                The British airports Authority, recently bought by a Spanish company, says the root cause of the problem is not the ownership structure, but a lack of runway and terminal capacity, which it's addressing through a programme of heavy investment.

                2016年6月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A

                The company employs its trucks and planes to deliver food, medicine, and water.

                2019年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                The company spent the last five years developing solar panels that are only about a quarter of an inch thick and are strong enough to stand up to heavy highway traffic without breaking or making the roads more slippery.

                2017年12月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A

                The Olympic class ships were built by the Harland and Wolff ship makers in Northern Ireland for the White Star line company.

                2018年6月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section C

                The team at Frontpoint addresses the issue in a blog on its site, citing their own jam protection software and claiming that there aren't any documented cases of successful jam attack since the company began offering wireless security sensors in the 1980s

                2016年12月四級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B

                They are used to create some of the energy used by the insurance company inside.

                2018年6月四級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A

                Unfortunately, that comfort can hinder the very learning that can expand your company and your career.

                2015年12月四級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C

                We don't know when we'll be able to restart, a company spokesman said.

                2018年12月四級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                When the mice were hungry, they opted to leave the company of other mice to go get food.

                2018年6月四級真題(第二套)聽力 Section C

                This prompted the company to cut its forecasts for the full fourth quarter.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                The company pledged to cut 600 back-office positions, though some 150 workers in those roles would be reassigned to other jobs.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                The company had previously announced the planned closures, but had not said which locations would be affected.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                The company blamed much of the poor performance in November and December on unseasonably warm weather.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                Tennessee's technical and community colleges will not outsource ( ' , 外包) management of their facilities to a private company, a decision one leader said was bolstered by an analysis of spending at each campus.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                Private companies play a big role in campus management.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                According to Richard Rusczyk, the company founder, the six U.S.team members who competed at the IMO last year collectively took more than 40 courses on the site.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                About 80% of our company's year-over-year declines in comparable sales can be attributed to shortfalls ( ' , 短缺) in cold-weather goods, said chief executive Terry Lundgren in a press release.

                出自-2017年6月閱讀原文

                The lawsuits said that the label was misleading because it gave the impression that the products had been certified by a third party when the certification was the company's own.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                So the news that Cablevision, an American cable company, was rolling out interactive advertisements to all its customers on October 6th was greeted with some skepticism.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                Most teens say they enjoy the company of both parents and friends.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                It is manufactured by a famous British company.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                It helps attract investments in the company.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                His company's products had been well received by the public.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                David Mallen, associate director of the Council of Better Business Bureau, said in the last two years the organization had seen an increase in the number of claims companies were bringing against each other for false or misleading environmental product claims.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                Companies have also taken it upon themselves to contest each other's green claims.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                A handful of lawsuits have been filed in recent years against companies accused of using misleading environmental labels.

                出自-2016年6月閱讀原文

                To address skyrocketing employee stress levels, many companies have implemented workplace wellness programs, partnering with health care providers that have created programs to promote employee health and well-being.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                That could be another explanation for why companies seem to be strengthening their talk of the practicality of their devices.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Subsidise companies to adopt plain packaging.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                It's not only unsustainable for workers, but also for the companies that employ them.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                However, Brazil's stretch of misfortune has created opportunities for China, with a Chinese company winning the $100 million contract in 2015 to rebuild the Brazilian station.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Even utility companies, which have long viewed batteries and alternative forms of energy as a threat, are learning to embrace the technologies as enabling rather than disrupting.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Dr.Donald Sadoway at MIT started his own battery company with the hope of changing the world's energy future.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Consumers are becoming increasingly bored with what companies have to offer: A survey of 28,000 consumers in 28 countries released by Accenture found consumers are not as excited about technology as they once were.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Consumers are becoming more worried about giving personal information to tech companies to get customized products and services.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Companies that have long focused on hardware now have to think of ecosystems instead to give consumers practical solutions to their everyday problems.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Companies are pushing it hard but make it almost overwhelming even to dip a toe in the water for the average consumer, because there are so many compatibility issues to think about.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Companies are promoting their own standards, and the market has not had time to choose a winner yet as this is still very new.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Companies have already won part of the battle, having driven tech into every part of our lives, tracking our steps and our very heartbeats.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                Cameron would still be hooked on the interests of big tobacco companies.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                By the end of the decade, it's expected to be worth over $50 billion and generate 160 gigawatt-hours, enough to attract the attention of major companies that might not otherwise be interested in a decidedly pedestrian technology.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                But over the last couple of years, and in this one in particular, we are starting to see companies shift from what is the largest screen size, the smallest form factor or the shiniest object and more into what all of these devices do that is practical in a consumer's life.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                And when it comes to the hyper-connected super-smart world that technology firms are painting for us, it seems that consumers are growing more uneasy about handing over the massive amounts of consumer data needed to provide the personalized, customized solutions that companies need to improve their services.

                出自-2016年12月閱讀原文

                The Conservatives plan to adopt this strategy by making utility companies print the average local electricity and gas usage on people's bills.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                Medical society guidelines are also used by insurance companies to help determine reimbursement ( ' , 報銷 ) policies.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                But more recently, companies have begun to plan more affordable After being dogged by technical delays for years, Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Galactic's founder, had recently suggested that a SpaceShipTwo craft would carry its first paying customers as soon as February 2015.

                出自-2015年12月閱讀原文

                These are likely to have more resources andmore knowledge about all aspects of advertising and advertising media than single company.

                出自-2015年12月聽力原文

                The client company generallygives the advertising agency an agreed budget, a statement of theobjective of the advertising campaign known as a brief and an overall advertising strategy concerning the message to be communicated to the target customers.

                出自-2015年12月聽力原文

                It is also easier for a dissatisfied company to give its account to another agency than it would be to fire their own advertising staff.

                出自-2015年12月聽力原文

                Although large companies could easily set up their own advertising departments, write their own advertisements andbuy media space themselves, they tend to use the services of largeadvertising agencies.

                出自-2015年12月聽力原文

                According to Adam Marchick, CEO of mobile marketing company Kahuna, less than 15 percent of smartphone users ever bother to adjust their notification settings—meaning the remaining 85 percent of us default to the app makers' every preset trigger.

                2017年12月六級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B

                According to the company's CEO, Rose Marcario, this is about building a company that cares about the environment.

                2019年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                Another clothing company, Patagonia, a high-end outdoor clothing store, follows the same principle.

                2019年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                Any take-back program will likely change over time, depending on what works for your customers and company goals.

                2019年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                Apple's stance on these issues emerged post-Snowden, when the company started putting in place a series of technologies that, by default, make use of encryption to limit access to people's data.

                2017年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                As he and other researchers examined the question of why teens were more apt to take risks in the company of other teenagers,they came to suspect that a crowd's influence need not always be negative.

                2018年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                As it grew more popular, the company sold rights to bottle the soda, so it could travel easily.

                2017年12月六級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section C

                CucinTech was a company who were very much following the pack, doing what everyone else was doing, and getting rapidly left behind.

                2016年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                Eat Grub is Britain's first new food company that breaks western food boundaries by introducing edible insects as a new source of food.

                2019年12月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B

                For example, the Swedish jeans company Nudie Jeans offers free repair at twenty of their shops.

                2019年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                Good leaders left the company, taking Nokia's sense of vision and direction with them.

                2015年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A

                How did you align strategies throughout the company?

                2016年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                In 2009, he and his wife Laura launched Maple Hill Creamery, an organic, all grass-fed yogurt company in northern New York.

                2019年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                In a statement on its website, the company says it wants Barbies to look more like real people and to give girls everywhere infinitely more ways that spark their imagination and play out their stories.

                2017年12月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B

                In an interview last year with The Economist, George Whitesides, chief executive of space-tourism firm virgin Galactic, was placing his company in the latter category.

                2015年12月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C

                In the other comer is the world's most valuable company, whose chief executive, timothy Cook, has said he will appeal the court's order.

                2017年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                Last year, MATTEL, the company that makes Barbie dolls, added some Barbies to its line that have different skin tones and hair textures.

                2017年12月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section B

                Nokia's board resisted change, making it impossible for the company to adapt to rapid shifts in the industry.

                2015年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A

                Now, a company in Massachusetts says that by using magnetic brain scans, they can determine with 97% accuracy whether someone is telling the truth.

                2018年12月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C

                Originally from South America, the snails were accidentally introduced into the Ebro Delta by Global Aquatic Technologies, a company that raised the snails for fresh-water aquariums, but failed to prevent their escape.

                2018年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C

                Our study will use a large corporate dataset from a major medical company to examine how technology extends our working hours and thus interferes with necessary cognitive recovery, resulting in huge health care costs and turnover costs for employers.

                2018年12月六級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section B

                Rodriguez is the community and marketing manager for a company called Sentab.

                2019年6月六級真題(第一套)閱讀 Section C

                So now, for many cases involving governmental intrusions into data, once-lonely privacy advocates find themselves fighting alongside the most powerful company in the world.

                2017年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                So the company teamed up with Wisconsin-based Rancher Northstar Bison.

                2019年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                So, how is our presentation about the restructuring of the company coming along?

                2019年6月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section A

                So, instead of innovation for innovation's sake and new products being created simply because the technology is there, the company culture must switch from these point-in-time innovations to a continuous pipeline of innovations from everywhere and everyon

                2016年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                Strategic innovation is the process of managing innovation of making sure it takes place at all levels of the company, and that is related to the company's overall strategy.

                2016年6月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section A

                Tennessee's technical and community colleges will not outsource management of their facilities to a private company, a decision one leader said was bolstered by ananalysis of spending at each campus.

                2017年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C

                The company also embarked on a desperate cost-cutting program, which included the elimination of thousands of jobs.

                2015年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section A

                The company also offers a repair program for their customers for a modest fee.

                2019年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                The company boasts that its dried crickets contain more protein than beef, chicken, and pork, as well as minerals like iron and calcium.

                2019年12月六級真題(第二套)聽力 Section B

                The company even provides mail-order repair kits and online videos, so that customers can learn how to fix a pair of jeans at home.

                2019年6月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                The company has already taken deposits from around 800 would-be space tourists, including Stephen Hawking.

                2015年12月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section C

                The company might be very optimistic, but the ability of their machine to detect deception has not provided credible proof.

                2018年12月六級真題(第一套)聽力 Section C

                This is in comparison with a drop of just under 1% in the total yogurt and kefir market according to natural and organic market research company SpiNS.

                2019年12月六級真題(第三套)閱讀 Section B

                with more than $12 billion in sales this year, the industry is booming and, according to the market research company, Grand view Research, is on track to sell billions more by 2025.

                2019年12月六級真題(第二套)閱讀 Section B

                "I thought it would be useful for him to learn Chinese at an early age" Joseph Stocke, the managing director of a company, says of his 2-year old son.

                2014年高考英語全國卷2 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                A company showed a new voice technology able to produce such a convincing human-sounding voice that it was able to speak to a receptionist.

                2019年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                Abercrombie & Kent, a travel company in Hong gonk, says it regularly arranges quick getaways here for people living in Shanghai and Hong gonk.

                2015年高考英語全國卷1 語法填空 原文

                After de-layering in this way, a company may be left with just a top level of senior managers, front-line managers and employees with direct contact with the public.

                2016年高考英語上海卷 完形填空 原文

                Although she founded her company early on in life, she wasn't driven primarily by profit.

                2019年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 閱讀B 原文

                Always keep in mind that your main task is to get this company running smoothly.

                2015年高考英語湖南卷 單項選擇 原文

                And she said social media companies must also take more responsibility.

                2018年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀D 原文

                Big companies could relieve data security pressure.

                2017年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 選項

                But recently it has discovered that data can be turned into new services: translation and visual recognition, to be sold to other companies.

                2017年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                By the time she was 13, her company was worth millions of dollars with the invention of a super-sweet treat that could save kids' teeth, instead of destroying them.

                2019年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 閱讀B 原文

                Cheese-loving inventor Wallace and his brainy dog gromit have started a company to protect the town's vegetables from hungry rabbits.

                2015年高考英語上海卷 閱讀理解 閱讀B 原文

                Companies could be forced to consumers what information they hold and how many money they make form it.

                2017年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                Companies have been testing their vehicles in cities across the country.

                2018年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 閱讀D 原文

                Companies produce thousands of different kinds of disposable products: paper plates, plastic cups, and cameras, to name a few.

                2015年高考英語安徽卷 完形填空 原文

                Companies spend millions hiring top business people.

                2019年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 七選五 原文

                Fellow robots is one company bringing social robots to the market.

                2015年高考英語天津卷 閱讀理解 閱讀B 原文

                If you want to disturb the car industry, you'd better have a few billion dollars: mom-and-pop carmakers are unlikely to beat the biggest car companies.

                2018年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                In today's information age, the loss of data must cause serious problems for a company.

                2018年高考英語北京卷 單項填空 原文

                Internet companies' control of data gives them enormous power.

                2017年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                It should get the attention of insurance companies.

                2017年高考英語天津卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 選項

                Jenny, there's an opening for an assistant manager in our company.

                2016年高考英語全國卷2 聽力 原文

                Many western companies have tried to imitate such asian ways of doing things, which are based on general agreement.

                2016年高考英語上海卷 完形填空 原文

                None more so than husband and wife team Kenneth and Carol Adelman, well-known advisers to the White House, who started up a training company called "movers and Shakespeares".

                2015年高考英語上海卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                Now, we have our smartphones to keep US company at the table.

                2019年高考英語全國卷2 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                One reason is that, according to findings of a new survey of office workers conducted by wakefield research for the it company citrix, most bosses are doubtful about remote working.

                2016年高考英語浙江卷(10月) 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                Said Monday that its new flying car has completed its first flight, bringing the company closer to its goal of selling the flying car within the next year.

                2017年高考英語全國卷2 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                Scammers follow money, so companies will be the worst hit.

                2019年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                Scott ellis directs, for roundabout theatre company.

                2019年高考英語全國卷3 閱讀理解 閱讀A 原文

                Secret codes keep messages private。banks, companies, and government agencies use secret codes in doing business, especially when information is sent by computer.

                2016年高考英語全國卷1 閱讀理解 七選五 原文

                Small companies could get more opportunities.

                2017年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 選項

                Social robots are about to bring technology to the everyday world in a more humanized way, said Cynthia Breazeal, chief scientist at the robot company jibo.

                2015年高考英語天津卷 閱讀理解 閱讀B 原文

                Some do not respect the companies they work for and talk of feeling tired and empty.

                2015年高考英語浙江卷 完形填空 原文

                Some social app companies were to blame because they didn't adequately check their users' registration.

                2018年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀D 原文

                Summer company provides students with hands-on business training and awards of up to $3, 000 to start and run their own summer businesses.

                2019年高考英語全國卷I 閱讀理解 閱讀A 原文

                Thanks to modern manufacturing and technology, companies are able to produce products quickly and inexpensively.

                2015年高考英語安徽卷 完形填空 原文

                That is, you'll have 12 days in your first year, and then increase if you stay longer with the company.

                2019年高考英語全國卷2 聽力 原文

                The boss of the company is trying to create an easy atmosphere where his employees enioy their work.

                2015年高考英語天津卷 單項填空 原文

                The California department of motor vehicles began giving permits in April for companies to test truly self-driving cars on public roads.

                2018年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 閱讀D 原文

                The company car will pick us up and take us there.

                2014年高考英語全國卷1 聽力 原文

                The government has already permitted the company to use special materials to make it easier for the vehicle to fly.

                2017年高考英語全國卷2 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                The habima is the centre of hebrew-language theatre worldwide, founded in Moscow after the 1905 revolution, the company eventually settled in Tel Aviv in the late 1920s, since 1958, they have been recognised as the National Theatre of Israel.

                2017年高考英語全國卷2 閱讀理解 閱讀A 原文

                The kitemark would help companies develop their business models.

                2016年高考英語上海卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 選項

                The morson company turned down my application.

                2016年高考英語上海卷 聽力 原文

                The purchase price could also be a signal that an established company is buying a new-born threat.

                2017年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                The state also cleared the way for companies to sell or rent out self-driving cars, and for companies to operate driverless taxi services.

                2018年高考英語北京卷 閱讀理解 閱讀D 原文

                These demands must also be balanced with the need to create interiorsthat in some way enhance, establish, or promote a companies image.

                2015年高考英語上海卷 選詞填空 原文

                They gave money to the old people's home either personally or through their companies.

                2015年高考英語安徽卷 單項填空 原文

                This empowerment has been part of the trend towards downsizing: reducing the number of management layers in companies.

                2016年高考英語上海卷 完形填空 原文

                This has led companies and individuals to donate money to developing countries to buy computer equipment and Internet facilities.

                2019年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                Urge media companies to create safer apps.

                2018年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀D 原文

                When this takes place, especially when a new-born company has no revenue to speak of, the regulators should raise red flags.

                2017年高考英語江蘇卷 閱讀理解 閱讀C 原文

                You accidentally reveal to entire company what menu choices you would prefer at the staff christmas dinner, or what holiday you'd like to take.

                2017年高考英語天津卷 閱讀理解 閱讀A 原文

                This means that a DNA database may differ depending on the company that processes the results.

                出自-2009年考研閱讀原文

                Most tests require collecting cells by webbing saliva in the mouth and sending it to the company for testing.

                出自-2009年考研閱讀原文

                More than two dozen companies sell DNA tests Directly to the public , ranging in price from a few hundred dollars to more than $2500.

                出自-2009年考研閱讀原文

                In addition, the computer programs a company uses to estimate relationships may be patented and not subject to peer review or outside evaluation.

                出自-2009年考研閱讀原文

                Databases used by some companies don't rely on data collected systematically but rather lump together information from different research projects.

                出自-2009年考研閱讀原文

                That ruling produced an explosion in business-method patent filings, initially by emerging internet companies trying to stake out exclusive rights to specific types of online transactions.

                出自-2010年考研閱讀原文

                Later, move established companies raced to add such patents to their files, if only as a defensive move against rivals that might bent them to the punch.

                出自-2010年考研閱讀原文

                While traditional “paid” media – such as television commercials and print advertisements – still play a major role, companies today can exploit many alternative forms of media.

                出自-2011年考研閱讀原文

                Rather than cloaking his exit in the usual vague excuses, he came right out and said he was leaving “to pursue my goal of running a company”.

                出自-2011年考研閱讀原文

                McGee says leaving without a position lined up gave him time to reflect on what kind of company he wanted to run.

                出自-2011年考研閱讀原文

                In such a case, the company’s response may not be sufficiently quick or thoughtful, and the learning curve has been steep.

                出自-2011年考研閱讀原文

                If that happens, passionate consumers would try to persuade others to boycott products, putting the reputation of the target company at risk.

                出自-2011年考研閱讀原文

                For the time, attention, and money of the art-loving public, classical instrumentalists must compete not only with opera houses, dance troupes, theater companies, and museums, but also with the recorded performances of the great classical musicians of the 20th century.

                出自-2011年考研閱讀原文

                Besides generating income, the presence of other marketers makes the site seem objective, gives companies opportunities to learn valuable information about the appeal of other companies’ marketing, and may help expand user traffic for all companies concerned.

                出自-2011年考研閱讀原文

                Then, too, the company went along.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                The company, a major energy supplier in New England, provoked justified outrage in Vermont last week when it announced it was reneging on a longstanding commitment to abide by the strict nuclear regulations.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                The company seems to have concluded that its reputation in Vermont is already so damaged that it has noting left to lose by going to war with the state.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                Pledging to run Pilgrim safely, the company has applied for federal permission to keep it open for another 20 years.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                Now the company is suddenly claiming that the 2002 agreement is invalid because of the 2006 legislation, and that only the federal government has regulatory power over nuclear issues.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                Instead, the company has done precisely what it had long promised it would not challenge the constitutionality of Vermont’s rules in the federal court, as part of a desperate effort to keep its Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant running.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                But as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission ( ' , NRC) reviews the company’s application, it should keep it mind what promises from Entergy are worth.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                As a condition of receiving state approval for the sale, the company agreed to seek permission from state regulators to operate past 2012.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                A string of accidents, including the partial collapse of a cooling tower in 207 and the discovery of an underground pipe system leakage, raised serious questions about both Vermont Yankee’s safety and Entergy’s management- especially after the company made misleading statements about the pipe.

                出自-2012年考研閱讀原文

                Though several fast-fashion companies have made efforts to curb their impact on labor and the environment – including H&M, with its green Conscious Collection line –Cline believes lasting change can only be effected by the customer.

                出自-2013年考研閱讀原文

                Getting a DNT signal does not oblige anyone to stop tracking, although some companies have promised to do so.

                出自-2013年考研閱讀原文

                By watching what people search for, click on and say online, companies can aim “behavioural” ads at those most likely to buy.

                出自-2013年考研閱讀原文

                This same absence of moral purpose was wounding companies such as News International ,shield thought ,making it more likely that it would lose its way as it had with widespread illegal telephone hacking.

                出自-2015年考研閱讀原文

                Their analysis ruled out the possibility that it was firms’ political influence, rather than their CSR stand, that accounted for the leniency: Companies that contributed more to political campaigns did not receive lower fines.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                Second, customers may be willing to buy a company’s products as an indirect way to donate to the good causes it helps.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                Nor does it reveal how much companies are banking on the halo effect, rather than the other possible benefits, when they decide their do-gooding policies.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                New research suggests that CSR may create monetary value for companies—at least when they are prosecuted for corruption.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                It argues that since prosecutors do not consume a company’s products as part of their investigations, they could be influenced only by the halo effect.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                In all, the study concludes that whereas prosecutors should only evaluate a case based on its merits, they do seem to be influenced by a company’s record in CSR.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                First, consumers may take CSR spending as a “signal” that a company’s products are of high quality.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                But at least they have demonstrated that when companies get into trouble with the law, evidence of good character can win them less costly punishment.

                出自-2016年考研閱讀原文

                David Graddol concludes that monoglot English graduates face a bleak economic future as qualified multilingual youngsters from other countries are proving to have a competitive advantage over their British counterparts in global companies and organizations.

                出自-2017年考研翻譯原文

                But it did so while holding its nose at the ethics of his conduct, which included accepting gifts such as a Rolex watch and a Ferrari automobile from a company seeking access to government.

                出自-2017年考研閱讀原文

                But the professional companies prospered in their permanent theaters, and university men with literature ambitions were quick to turn to these theaters as offering a means of livelihood.

                出自-2018年考研翻譯原文

                The challenge of coping with automation underlines the need for the U. to revive its fading business dynamism: Starting new companies must be made easier.

                出自-2018年考研閱讀原文

                The U.needs the new companies that will invent them.

                出自-2018年考研閱讀原文

                Taxes on low-wage labor need to be cut, and wage subsidies such as the earned income tax credit should be expanded: This would boost incomes, encourage work, reward companies for job creation, and reduce inequality.

                出自-2018年考研閱讀原文

                DeepMind is one of the leading artificial intelligence ( ' , AI) companies in the world.

                出自-2018年考研閱讀原文

                "Our products succeed when they become part of daily or weekly patterns," said Carol Berning, a consumer psychologist who recently retired from Procter and Gamble, the company that sold $76 billion of tide, Crest and other products last year.

                2010年考研真題(英語二)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                A string of accidents, including the partial collapse of a cooling tower in 2007 and the discovery of an underground pipe system leakage, raised serious questions about both Vermont Yankee's safety and Entergy's management– especially after the company ma

                2012年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                But it did so while holding its nose at the ethics of his conduct, which included accepting gifts such as a Rolex watch and a Ferrari Automobile from a company seeking access to government.

                2017年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                Consumers passionate about a product may create "earned" media by willingly promoting it to friend,and a company may leverage "owned" media by sending e-mail alerts about products and sales to customers registered with its Website.

                2011年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                Furthermore, the highest CEO salaries are paid to outside candidates, not to the cozy insider picks, another sign that high CEO pay is not some kind of depredation at the expense of the rest of the company.

                2020年考研真題(英語二)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                In France, shareholders who hold onto a company investment for at least two years can sometimes earn more voting rights in a company.

                2019年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                Instead, the company has done precisely what it had long promised it would not: challenge the constitutionality of Vermont's rules in the federal court, as part of a desperate effort to keep its Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant running.

                2012年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                Most tests require collecting cells by swabbing saliva in the mouth and sending it to the company for testing.

                2009年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                Now, a new Web-based company has taken it a step further and developed the first "brain training program" designed to actually help people improve and regain their mental sharpness.

                2014年考研真題(英語一)完形填空 Section Ⅰ

                Pledging to run pilgrim safely, the company has applied for federal permission to keep it open for another 20 years.

                2012年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                The chief executive of Myriad, a company in Utah, said the ruling was a blessing to firms and patients alike.

                2012年考研真題(英語二)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                They found that after a surprise departure, the probability that the company will subsequently have to restate earnings increased by nearly 20%.

                2011年考研真題(英語二)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                This means that a DNA database may have a lot of data from some regions and not others, so a person's test results may differ depending on the company that processes the results.

                2009年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                Today's CEO, at least for major American firms, must have many mere skills than simply being able to "run the company" CEOs must have a good sense of financial markets and Maybe even how the company should trade in them.

                2020年考研真題(英語二)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                within companies, the right compensation design can provide incentives for executives to think beyond their own time at the company and on behalf of all stakeholders.

                2019年考研真題(英語一)閱讀理解 Section Ⅱ

                收起真題例句
              • 英英釋義

                Noun

                • 1. an institution created to conduct business;

                  "he only invests in large well-established companies"

                  "he started the company in his garage"

                • 2. organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical);

                  "the traveling company all stayed at the same hotel"

                • 3. the state of being with someone;

                  "he missed their company"

                  "he enjoyed the society of his friends"

                • 4. small military unit; usually two or three platoons
                • 5. a band of people associated temporarily in some activity;

                  "they organized a party to search for food"

                  "the company of cooks walked into the kitchen"

                • 6. a social gathering of guests or companions;

                  "the house was filled with company when I arrived"

                • 7. a social or business visitor;

                  "the room was a mess because he hadn't expected company"

                • 8. a unit of firefighters including their equipment;

                  "a hook-and-ladder company"

                • 9. crew of a ship including the officers; the whole force or personnel of a ship

                Verb

                • 1. be a companion to somebody
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              • 詞根詞綴

                詞根: pan

                =bread 表示"謀生;食物"

                • n.

                  accompaniment 陪伴物, 伴奏

                  ac加強+company陪伴+ment具體物→n.陪伴物, 伴奏

                  companion 同伴, 共事者

                  com共同+pan謀生;食物+ion人→共同謀生的人

                  company 公司, 陪伴

                  com共同+pan謀生;食物+y人等→共同謀生者→公司, 陪伴

              • 詞組搭配

                and company

                used after a person's name to denote those people usually associated with them

                [用于人名后表示與之交往的人或與之有來往的人]

                be in good company

                be in the same situation as someone important or respected

                和…一樣重要;像…一樣受尊敬

                in company

                with another person or a group of people

                一同,一起

                he feels at ease in company.

                他和別人在一起時毫不拘束。

                in company with

                together with

                與…一起

                the US dollar went through a bad patch in 1986, in company with the oil market.

                1986年,美元和石油行情一起大跌。

                keep (或 古

                accompany or spend time with someone in order to prevent them feeling lonely or bored

                陪伴某人;使某人不感孤獨(或無聊)

                keep company with

                associate with habitually

                與…親密交往;與…形影不離

                she began keeping company with a real estate developer.

                她開始與一個房地產開發商親密交往。

                part company

                she began keeping company with a real estate developer.

                她開始與一個房地產開發商親密交往。

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              • 同義詞辨析

                company, corporation, firm

                這些名詞均可表示"公司"之意。

                • company: 多指生產或銷售產品的公司、商號,也可指經辦服務性項目的公司。
                • corporation: 多指一個人擁有或多人聯辦的大公司,也指在其它地區或國家擁有分公司的公司。
                • firm: 含義廣泛,可指公司、商行或商號。規??纱罂尚?,經營、管理的人員可多可少。
              • 同義詞

                n.伴侶

                groupassociation

                n.公司,商號

                businessfirmenterprise

                n.客人

                visitorsguestcompanions

                其他釋義

                garrisontheaterteamorganismtroopknotemployerbusinessgangassociationcorpstroupeenterpriseconcerncontingentsocietybrigadecastpartyunionpersonnelfellowshiplegionmembershipfirmsquadguestvisitorgroupinstitutioncorporation

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