英 [mæn] 美 [mæn]
名词 男人; 人类; 男子汉; 雇工
及物动词 使振作; 操纵; 给…配置人员; 在…就位
1. This happens time and again in the course of the history of man.
2. All men are born equal.
3. If you want a good music teacher, here's your man.
1. One man said he was riding a bicycle across a bridge over the Metro tracks when the sound of the collision got his attention.
2. Six are former officials at local sports lottery administrative centres, while the others were a private business man and his five partners.
3. " We believe honesty and credibility will sustain our business, " said the man.
4. From then on, diesel has been the core business of world leading commercial vehicle manufacturer MAN.
5. " He doesn't know the business well, " said the older man.
6. A customer service representative at the business named Xiao Sheng denied that the man worked for the company and refused to answer questions.
7. To his show business friends, he was a gentle and considerate man.
8. " I remember what a man in the business told me back then, " she recalls.
9. She married a Japanese man and left show business and left Taiwan.
A man is an adult male human being.
e.g. He had not expected the young man to reappear before evening...
e.g. I have always regarded him as a man of integrity.
Man and men are sometimes used to refer to all human beings, including both males and females. Some people dislike this use.
e.g. The chick initially has no fear of man...
e.g. Anxiety is modern man's natural state.
If you say that a man is, for example, a gambling man or an outdoors man, you mean that he likes gambling or outdoor activities.
e.g. Are you a gambling man, Mr Graham?...
e.g. He is a keen outdoors man with a great interest in photography and walking.
If you say that a man is, for example, a London man or an Oxford man, you mean that he comes from London or Oxford, or went to university there.
e.g. ...as the Stockport man collected his winnings...