governor的中文翻译是什么意思

governor

US/ˈɡʌvərnər/
UK/ˈɡʌvənə(r)/

n. 主管人员; 统治者,管理者; <美>州长; [机]节速器,调节器

governor柯林斯释义

N-COUNT; N-TITLE州长;省长;总督

In some systems of government, a governor is a person who is in charge of the political administration of a region or state.

  • He was governor of the province in the late 1970s...

    他在20世纪70年代末担任该省的省长。

  • Governor William Livingston addressed the New Jersey Assembly.

    威廉·利文斯顿州长在新泽西州议会上发表了演说。

N-COUNT(学校、医院等的)董事,理事

A governor is a member of a committee which controls an organization such as a school or a hospital.

  • Governors are using the increased powers given to them to act against incompetent headteachers.

    董事们运用赋予他们的更大权力罢免不称职的校长。

  • ...the chairman of the BBC board of governors.

    英国广播公司董事会主席

N-COUNT(英国一些机构的)主管,总裁

In some British institutions, the governor is the most senior official, who is in charge of the institution.

  • The incident was reported to the prison governor.

    这一事件已汇报给监狱长。

governor英文释义

Noun

1. the head of a state government

    2. a control that maintains a steady speed in a machine (as by controlling the supply of fuel)

      governor场景例句

      Mr. John was inducted into the office of governor.

      约翰先生正式就任州长.

      He defeated the incumbent governor by a large plurality.

      他以压倒多数票击败了现任州长.

      He announced for governor.

      他宣布竞选州长.

      The governor was forced to parley with the rebels.

      州长被迫与反叛者谈判.

      The new governor dismissed the staff that served his predecessor.

      新州长将前任州长的职员全部解雇.

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      governor词性变形

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