可以后跟v-ing形式的动词(短语)(六) ——以《朗文当代高级英语辞典》(第6版)为蓝本

101.find(P955)(1)作“to discover that someone or something is in a particular condition or doing a particular thing when you see or touch them 发现【某人或某物处在某状态或作某事...

101.findP955

1)作“to discover that someone or something is in a particular condition or doing a particular thing when you see or touch them 发现【某人或某物处在某状态或作某事】”解时,构成“find somebody/something doing something”。例如:

Often he found her quietly weeping alone.他常常发现她独自默默流泪。

2)作“to be in a particular state or do a particular thing, or to realize that this is happening, especially when you did not expect or intend it 发现,发觉【尤指无意中处于某状态或在做某事】”解时,构成“find yourself/your mind etc doing something”。例如:

When he left, Karen found herself heaving a huge sigh of relief.他走了,卡伦如释重负,长舒了一口气。

 She tried to concentrate, but found her mind drifting back to Alex.她想集中精神,但是发觉自己的思绪又飘回到了亚历克斯身上。

3)作“to have the experience of discovering that something happens or is true 发现【某事发生或属实】”解时,构成“find somebody/something doing something”。例如:

I think you’ll find more women entering the film business now.我想你会发现越来越多的女性进入电影业。

102.fineP958)作“to make someone pay money as a punishment 对……处以罚款“解时,构成” fine somebody for doing something“。例如:

She was fined for speeding.她因超速驾车而被罚款。

Stores will be fined for selling cigarettes or tobacco to minors.(摘自 Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English在线词典之the Corpus

103.finish (也作finish off)P959

1)作“to complete the last part of something that you are doing 完成,做完”解时,构成“finish doing something”。例如:

I finished typing the report just minutes before it was due.我在截止时间几分钟前才把报告打完。

2)作“to complete an event, performance, piece of work etc by doing one final thing 结束,完成”解时,构成“finish (something) by doing something”。例如:

I would like to finish by thanking you all for your help.我想在最后对大家的帮助表示感谢。

104. not flinch fromP984)作“to be willing to do something even though it is difficult or unpleasant 不回避(做)某事”解时,构成“not flinch from doing something”。例如:

He never flinched from doing his duty.他从不逃避自己的责任。

He never flinched from facing up to trouble. (摘自Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary在线词典)

She won't flinch from speaking her mind.(同上)

105.foolP1004)作“to trick someone into believing something that is not true 欺骗,愚弄”解时,构成“fool somebody into doing something”。例如:

I was fooled into believing their promises.我受了骗,相信他们的承诺。

106.forbidP1009)作“to tell someone that they are not allowed to do something, or that something is not allowed 禁止,不许”解时,构成“forbid somebody from doing something”。例如:

Women are forbidden from going out without a veil.妇女不戴面纱禁止出门。

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