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entitle [ in'taitl] vt.给…权利(或资格)

entitle [ in'taitl] vt.把…称作

entitle [in'taitl] vt.给...权利,给...资格

entitle [ in'taitl] v.使有权(做某事)

I never resort to a prepared script — anyone who does not have it in his head to do 30 minutes extemporaneous talking is not entitled to be heard.

Are you entitled to unemployment benefit?

One party is entitled to cancel the contract if the other side cannot execute it.

If one side fails to observe the contract,the other side is entitled to cancel it.

entitle v.取名为;给予称号

entitle sb.(to do)sth. 给予某人(干)某事的权利

I'm entitled to being appointed as your agent.

In case one party fails to carry out the contract, the other party is entitled to cancel the contract.

有资格 [yǒu zī gé] /entitle/

{adj: entitled} given a title or identifying name
"the book entitled `A Tale of Two Cities'"

{adj: entitled} qualified for by right according to law
"we are all entitled to equal protection under the law"

{adj: honorable, honourable} worthy of being honored; entitled to honor and respect
"an honorable man"
"led an honorable life"
"honorable service to his country"
<-> dishonorable

{adj: pensionable} entitled to receive a pension
"a pensionable employee"

{adj: republican} having the supreme power lying in the body of citizens entitled to vote for officers and representatives responsible to them or characteristic of such government
"the United States shall guarantee to every state in this union a republican form of government"- United States Constitution
"a very republican notion"
"so little republican and so much aristocratic sentiment"- Philip Marsh
"our republican and artistic simplicity"-Nathaniel Hawthorne

{adj: residuary} entitled to the residue of an estate (after payment of debts and specific gifts)
"the residuary part of the estate"
"the residuary beneficiary"

{adv: immodestly, without modesty} in an immodest manner
"the book was entitled, immodestly, `All about Wisdom'"
<-> modestly

{adv: modestly, with modesty} in a modest manner
"the dissertation was entitled, modestly, `Remarks about a play by Shakespeare'"
<-> immodestly

{n: Bakke decision} a ruling by the Supreme Court on affirmative action; the Court ruled in 1978 that medical schools are entitled to consider race as a factor in their admission policy

{n: Elector} any of the German princes who were entitled to vote in the election of new emperor of the Holy Roman Empire

{n: Key, Francis Scott Key} United States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessing the British attack on Baltimore during the War of 1812; the poem was later set to music and entitled `The Star-Spangled Banner' (1779-1843)

{n: adoption} a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood; the adopted child is entitled to all privileges belonging to a natural child of the adoptive parents (including the right to inherit)

{n: armiger} a nobleman entitled to bear heraldic arms

{n: arrogator} a person who through conceit makes pretentious claims to rights or advantages that he or she is not entitled to or to qualities that he or she does not possess

{n: birthright} a right or privilege that you are entitled to at birth
"free public education is the birthright of every American child"

{n: brevet} a document entitling a commissioned officer to hold a higher rank temporarily (but without higher pay)

{n: cash card, cashcard} a credit card that entitles the holder to receive cash

{n: common stock, common shares, ordinary shares} stock other than preferred stock; entitles the owner to a share of the corporation's profits and a share of the voting power in shareholder elections
"over 40 million Americans invest in common stocks"

{n: communicant} a person entitled to receive Communion

{n: congressional district} a territorial division of a state; entitled to elect one member to the United States House of Representatives

{n: disorderly conduct, disorderly behavior, disturbance of the peace, breach of the peace} any act of molesting or interrupting or hindering or disquieting or agitating or arousing from a state of repose or otherwise depriving inhabitants of the peace and quiet to which they are entitled

{n: double damages} twice the amount that a court would normally find the injured party entitled to

{n: dower} a life estate to which a wife is entitled on the death of her husband

{n: health maintenance organization, HMO} group insurance that entitles members to services of participating hospitals and clinics and physicians

{n: heir, inheritor, heritor} a person who is entitled by law or by the terms of a will to inherit the estate of another

{n: heir-at-law} the person legally entitled to inherit the property of someone who dies intestate

{n: human right} (law) any basic right or freedom to which all human beings are entitled and in whose exercise a government may not interfere (including rights to life and liberty as well as freedom of thought and expression and equality before the law)

{n: key} a generic term for any device whose possession entitles the holder to a means of access
"a safe-deposit box usually requires two keys to open it"

{n: knight banneret, knight of the square flag, banneret} a knight honored for valor; entitled to display a square banner and to hold higher command

{n: liege, liege lord} a feudal lord entitled to allegiance and service

{n: meal ticket, luncheon voucher} coupon redeemable at a restaurant and entitling the holder to a meal

{n: mufti} civilian dress worn by a person who is entitled to wear a military uniform

{n: parking meter} a coin-operated timer located next to a parking space; depositing money into it entitles you to park your car there for a specified length of time

{n: parole} (law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with

{n: peer of the realm} a peer who is entitled to sit in the House of Lords

{n: piracy, buccaneering} hijacking on the high seas or in similar contexts; taking a ship or plane away from the control of those who are legally entitled to it
"air piracy"

{n: proprietorship, proprietary} an unincorporated business owned by a single person who is responsible for its liabilities and entitled to its profits

{n: punchboard} a small board full of holes; each hole contains a slip of paper with symbols printed on it; a gambler pays a small sum for the privilege of pushing out a slip in the hope of obtaining one that entitles him to a prize

{n: rain check} a ticket stub entitling the holder to admission to a future event if the scheduled event was cancelled due to rain

{n: reversioner} (law) a party who is entitled to an estate in reversion

{n: rights offering, rights issue} an offering of common stock to existing shareholders who hold subscription rights or pre-emptive rights that entitle them to buy newly issued shares at a discount from the price at which they will be offered to the public later
"the investment banker who handles a rights offering usually agrees to buy any shares not bought by shareholders"

{n: stock} the capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares entitling holders to an ownership interest (equity)
"he owns a controlling share of the company's stock"

{n: summary judgment, summary judgement, judgment on the pleadings, judgement on the pleadings} a judgment rendered by the court prior to a verdict because no material issue of fact exists and one party or the other is entitled to a judgment as a matter of law

{n: throne} the position and power of an exalted person (a sovereign or bishop) who is entitled to sit in a chair of state on ceremonial occasions

{n: ticket} a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)

{n: treble damages} three times the amount that a court would normally find the injured party entitled to

{n: voting stock} shares in a corporation that entitle the shareholder to voting and proxy rights

{v: ennoble, gentle, entitle} give a title to someone ; make someone a member of the nobility

{v: entitle, title} give a title to

{v: entitle} give the right to
"The Freedom of Information Act entitles you to request your FBI file"

" Head office in Russia need know only what they want to know.
When Moscow want a reason for something that's gone wrong, it's me they look to for an answer.
But I just give whichever answer they want to hear, basically, and work out the real answer later for the report.
Let them have their say and listen--everyone's entitled to an opinion--then give them an honest explanation.
Ninety-nine per cent of the time, people will accept that.
在 99%的情况下,人们都会接受这种解释。
But you'll always get that one who won't. "
但你也总会赶上那 1%不接受解释的人。 "

We are entitled to know whenever anyone be it a business entity or a government agency appears to wangle with those rights.

Asked about Mr. Karroubi's charges at a news conference, Mr. Ahmadinejad shrugged them off, saying Iran is a free country and Mr. Karroubi is entitled to his opinion.

There is also a section entitled "The Fight For Power" portraying the president's battles with Congressional Republicans, his impeachment, and his affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

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