英语中的 21 个以 “动词 + sth. + to do.” 为结构的动词短语

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estimate sth. to do.

I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds

suppose sth. to do.

It pays to take an umbrella with you if it's supposed to rain.

It is supposed to rain soon.

prove sth. to do.

Her story was hard to swallow, and it finally was proven to be a lie.

report sth. to do.

The accident is reported to have occurred on the first day in February.

understand sth. to do.

think sth. to do.

I would have thought something like that to be beneath your dignity.

show sth. to do.

I'll be eating crow if I'm not shown to be right.

The new Drayton Manor roller coaster shows itself to be a huge success.

This photo shows someone hiring someone else to do some work.

A scientist in a white lab coat shows another how to properly create a safe reaction to test the chemicals at their lab.

Man showing magic to group of people

take sth. to do.

Proper measures must be taken to limit the number of foreign tourists.

Not only am I interested in photography, but I took an amateur course at university to update my skills.

Let's take a moment to meditate on the life of the dear departed.

Let me take a moment to familiarize myself with the facts of the case.

It will take a while to hammer out the dent.

set sth. to do.

The two boys set to almost as soon as they met each other.

judge sth. to do.

he was not judged to be blasphemous by Archangel Michael

mean sth. to do.

v. [注定/预定]...(某人/某物)...(做某事)

v. (be.) [注定/预定]...(做某事); 生来就要...

In this book, Hawking explains both what it means to be a scientist and how science works.

We all have our share of broken dreams, but they were never all meant to come true anyway.

The play was meant to be funny, but the audience didn't exactly die laughing.

This computer is meant to interface with as many as five others just like it.

Every little white lie you tell is still a lie and it is still meant to mislead people.

prefer sth. to do.

v. 想让某人去做...

The boss preferred me to work late, but he told me to please myself.

expect sth. to do.

v. 期待...(某人或某物)...(做某事)

This is because in the early days of radio, those who reported the news were expected to speak excellent English.

Surely you do not expect me to abet you in this crime!

You are expected to make your own bed as a matter of course.

You are expected to return the form to the office at an early date.

The plane is expected to arrive at seven forty-five sharp.

intend sth. to do.

There are some people on a device that is intended to move people or things from one place to another.

his remarks were intended to be completely nonracial

she intended her remarks to be interpreted positively

She was intended to become the director

The advertisement is intended to tease the customers

allege sth. to do.

know sth. to do.

I have been known to clutch before a big game.

The mayor was known to be economical with the truth.

I know enough to keep myself in my place.

Bob is so stupid he doesn't know enough to come in out of the rain.

You can't expect very much from somebody who doesn't know enough to come in out of the rain.

presume sth. to do.

find sth. to do.

We found the play to be in poor taste, so we walked out in the middle of the second act.

I hope I can find someone to put me up.

Old man finds the perfect spot to take a nap.

A girl finds herself to be a chess grand master.

a middle-aged asian woman is trying to find a pair of high heel shoes to buy.

feel sth. to do.

decree sth. to do.

believe sth. to do.

The flu is believed to be caused by viruses that like to reproduce in the cells inside the human nose and throat.

they met an obligation to defend what they believed to be right

they never wanted to defend what they believed to be right

they never met an obligation to defend what they believed to be right

they boldly defended what they believed to be right

disprove sth. to do.

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