sentence No one can deny the fact that a person's education is the most important aspect of his life. /No-one-can-deny-the-fact-that-a-person~s-education-is-the-most-important-aspect-of-his-life.= 1

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fact + (that) + 同位语从句

n. fact: 事实; 实际情况, 实情; 真相; 已发生的事; 犯罪行为

  • He makes no bones about the fact that he is gay
  • Please don't advertise the fact that he has AIDS
  • No one can deny the fact that a person's education is the most important aspect of his life.
  • People seem to fail to take into account the fact that education does not end with graduation.
  • Even though you did not win the race, take heart from the fact that you did your best.
  • Tom was able to trade on the fact that he had once been in the army.
  • The child is enjoying the fact that the wind is helping to fly the kite with ease.
  • A woman is riding her bicycle to work in spite of the fact that it is cold outside.
  • I tried to hammer home to Anne the fact that she would have to get a job.
  • The fact that the book had large type is an important selling point.

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no + one

n. 没有人

no one、nobody 及 none 有何区别

no one 与 nobody

no onenobody同义,均只能指人,不能指物。


  • [No one/Nobody] knows. 谁也不知道。
  • [No one/Nobody] likes it. 没人喜欢它。

  • With one of his typical knee-jerk reactions, he said no immediately, citing some moral argument that no one understood.
  • If the doctor at the clinic can't dry him out, no one can.
  • They claimed that no one was raking anything off and that the money was only mislaid.
  • Wallace led forth, but no one came after him.
  • Please remain down with me so no one will see us.
  • I sneaked out of the meeting, hoping no one would notice.
  • No one rivals Ted in pitching a baseball.
  • Try to keep Sam down where no one can see him.
  • No one has the patience to illuminate books with tiny designs.
  • No one , as it turns out, can commute lead into gold.

no|one 的其它常用短语:

no one one doing.
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mod. + do.


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deny + sth.

vt. 否认, 拒绝

contradict 与 deny 的区别

contradictdeny均含否认; 否定的意思。

注意! 当前仅对比在该相似语意下的区别

  • A group of young men are pretending to be Alonzo Mourning and is jumping in the air to deny another player from scoring.
  • No one can deny the fact that a person's education is the most important aspect of his life.
  • He was faced with all the evidence and could no longer deny his actions
  • He denied his fatal illness
  • their appeal was denied in the superior court
  • he denied any wrongdoing
  • The goalie has denied all goals in this game.
  • he flatly denied the charges
  • He denied the allegations
  • If John denies it he's lying through his teeth, because I saw him do it.

deny 的其它常用短语:

deny sth. sth.否认deny sth. to sth.否认
deny doing. (sth.)拒绝(做)...
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n. 人, 个人; 人们(persons); 身体; 人物; 角色; 本人; 自身; 外表, 容貌; 人品; 风度; 人称


man、people 及 person 有何区别




  • She ran away with a man called McTavish last year. 去年,她和一个叫麦克塔维什的男人私奔了。
  • The chick initially has no fear of man. 小鸡天生并不怕人。
  • He is the man of all others for the job. 他是所有人之中最适于干这工作的人。


people作可数名词时表示民族。其复数形式为peoples。视具体语境,特别在无量词修饰的情况下,peoples也可以翻译成[全体]人民, 各族人民

some people一些人

many people许多人

these people这些人

this people这个民族

one people一个民族

  • You can chat to other people who are online. 你可以和其他在线的人聊天。
  • It's a triumph for the Chinese people. 这是中国人民的胜利。
  • Millions of people have lost their homes. 数百万人失去了家园。


  • At least one person died and several others were injured. 至少一人死亡,还有几个人受伤。
  • A friend of mine is a very anxious person. 我的一个朋友是个非常容易焦虑不安的人。
  • Mary was the first person to think of the idea. 玛丽是第一个想到这个主意的人

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n. 教育


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important + sth.

n. 重要的..., 有地位的..., 大量的..., 显要的..., 自负的...


important 的其它常用短语:

be. important for sth....对...有重要的意义be. important to sth.
important implicationsimportant policy
important event重大事件an important article of sth.
It is important for sb. to do. (sth.)be. important for sb. to do. (sth.)
be. important (for sb.) to do. (sth.)It is important (for sb.) to do. (sth.)

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the + most + adj. + sth.


most 与 mostly 有何区别

most作副词时,表示最; 非常, 及其,用于表感受的肯定句中,相当于very

most作限定词或名词时,表示大部分, 大多数,例: most people

mostly作副词,表示大部分,例: the people are mostly...

  • The man works at the local brewery, and is loading the most recent batch onto the trucks for shipment
  • George Washington has released a video claiming responsibility for the most recent terrorist attack.
  • Some people have the most unusual centerpieces at their parties.
  • The woman is trying to sell him the most expensive dress.
  • These people can find a resting place in the most unusual forms.
  • A person in a restaurant ordering the most expensive things on the menu.
  • The most severe earthquake in years finally brought the house down.
  • We will honor Henry as the most promising scholar of the year.
  • Two boys from rival teams are running in the most important race of their lives.
  • Inside his studio, a fashion designer is working on his most popular design.

most 的其它常用短语:

most adv., 构成副词最高级形式most adj., 构成形容词最高级形式
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n. 外观, 方面, 面貌, 方向


appearance、aspect 及 look 有何区别

appearanceaspectlook均指外表; 外观

注意! 当前仅对比在该相似语意下的区别

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n. 生活; 生命; 人生



life 的其它常用短语:

a life of sth....(某人)的一生
No one can deny the fact that a person's education is the most important aspect of his life.



No one can deny the fact that a person's education is the most important aspect of his life.


No one主语 can deny谓语动词(复合结构) the fact that ••• life.宾语


a person's education is the most important aspect of his life.


a person's education主语 isbe 动词 the most important ••• life.表语(名词)