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 duly ['dju:li]   添加此单词到默认生词本
ad. 恰当地, 充分地, 适当地, 及时地

  1. Your suggestion has been duly noted.
    你的建议已受到注意。
  2. The carriage that he had ordered duly arrived, and we drove off.
    他叫的马车按时到,我们就坐上去走了。
  3. A group of men were charged conspiring against the duly elected government.
    一伙人被指控阴谋推翻选举产生的合法政府。


duly
[ adv ]
at the proper time
<adv.all>
she was duly apprised of the raise


Duly \Du"ly\, adv.
In a due, fit, or becoming manner; as it (anything) ought to
be; properly; regularly.

  1. Hence, it duly obliged with a half point cut in the discount rate. This latest rate cut does not, in fact, signal a change in policy.
  2. The Iraqi letter declared that the interview "constitutes a confession setting forth the true purposes and objectives of the aggression." The secretary-general, obliged to honor such requests, duly circulated the transcript.
  3. Chancellor Norman Lamont duly took the cue in his Budget by announcing enhanced inheritance tax reliefs for family businesses. The proposals were not included in the Finance Act.
  4. They called on the managers to propose plans to eliminate the discount at the EGM. Govett has duly produced a plan, which will split the trust in three.
  5. So the government duly created some. The achievements of these designer equities have been well up to specification.
  6. The market therefore was duly suspicious of the value to be gained from buying sites which in the case of English China Clays have been on the market for more than a year.
  7. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem and for victory of the duly authorized and appointed allied forces in the Persian Gulf.
  8. They fear that free elections, duly recognized by the international community, will end their flickering hopes of continuing the way," Ortega said.
  9. Matthew Hearne is duly sweet as Billy. Most of the play has Norman and Ethel alone together, and these scenes are the gooiest.
  10. The trade and industry secretary was busy in Newcastle giving a speech to businessmen, the sort of function which might easily have been handed to a junior. Heseltine duly turned in a virtuoso performance.
  11. Banks have duly made full use of the opportunity.
  12. Nelson Holdings wouldn't comment beyond a statement that said its unit believes the disputed interest payment was duly tendered.
  13. It breathes the existential bleakness of the war's end, with its Jacques Prevert scenario about a young man who thinks he has cheated Fate, until fate duly catches up with him in the guise of the Most Beautiful Girl in the World, who kills him.
  14. One finishes this large book as one finishes a long swim in Maine waters: invigorated and duly impressed by the force of the tide.
  15. At the Gatt itself other matters prevented a comprehensive agreement being reached before January 20. Mr Clinton duly arrived in office and appointed Mr Mickey Kantor his trade negotiator.
  16. When Thomas S. Foley had been duly elected, the doorkeeper bellowed out, just as he does on State of the Union night, "Mister Speaker!," introducing new Speaker Thomas S. Foley to departing Speaker Jim Wright.
  17. Yet it all drew a large, enthusiastic house, duly rewarded by performances as keen as could be. Lindberg's Corrente II, a BBC commission, owes its 'II' to having developed from a shorter Corrente for just 16 players.
  18. The FT-SE duly lost 29 points on the day. The only rational explanation is that investors have become terminally gloomy about the UK corporate sector itself.
  19. The add-on duly arrived but proved not be working properly. This, in itself, was not a terrible event.
  20. It said violators would be "duly tried and punished." Opposition leaders demanded Thursday that government troops stop arresting pro-democracy Buddhist monks and students after military ruler Gen.
  21. A few years later, with a libretto duly supplied by Ms Grice, the piece provided this small, game company with its first full-length world premiere. Of course it was impossible.
  22. Finally, a few days later he proclaimed that the D-Mark was heading for a nasty fall, and it duly began to slide. But whenever Soros was not making waves, the markets seemed oddly quiet, even though there was plenty going on.
  23. The Madrid conditions, which led - duly modified - to entry 15 months later had been set.
  24. Dolphin & Youth was duly built, but was desperately strapped for operating cash as the race progressed.
  25. The suit asks that Mr. Souris be recognized as a "duly elected" director, and that R.P. Scherer be prevented from "taking any actions inconsistent with" the results of the proxy contest.
  26. For the rest, Healey remains convinced that the root British problem is the class system. It was Callaghan as prime minister in 1979 who noted that the tide had turned against high taxes, and Labour duly lost office.
  27. We would like to emphasize that the law was a duly enacted law, passed by overwhelming majorities in both houses of the Legislature, and we felt very strongly that it should go into effect," said Barbara Listing, president of Right To Life of Michigan.
  28. After deviating from her subject - she chose to write the truth - she was duly sacked.
  29. A recorded edition of his complete oeuvre is the least that seems to be acceptable and The King's Consort is duly engaged on a substantial survey of Purcell's music in preparation for the tricentenary of his death in 1995.
  30. Here Phelypeaux asks questions, then produces a statement which the interrogated duly sign.
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