n. 赠与, 描述, 介绍[计] 简报
n. the activity of formally presenting something (as a prize or reward)n. a show or display; the act of presenting something to sight or viewn. the act of making something publicly available; presenting news or other information by broadcasting or printing itn. the act of presenting a proposal
The present? I can't wait for the present to be over.
I said they weren't present because they weren't present.
When we have a plan to present, we will present it.
Okay, we can only put him on a 5250 under three conditions, if he presents as a danger to himself, he presents as a danger to others, or he presents as gravely disabled.
听着 我们只有在三种情况下才能评估出5250 当他对他自己的生命产生威胁时 当他对别人的生命产生威胁时 或者他有着很严重的精神残疾
And now I want the present that comes after the present.
Like, you're never present, and I need you to be present with me.
你从来都是心不在焉 我需要你把心思放在我身上 陪伴我
Okay, now that we worked on your presentation, let's talk about your... presentation.
好吧 你的展示说完了 我们再说说你的...样子吧
We'd like to present to you someone in a form that we've never presented before, a mystery guest.
The suspect remains at large and presents a clear and present danger to national security.
The family tradition is that we open presents together breakfast, fireplace, speech, presents.
家庭传统是我们一起拆礼物 早餐 壁炉 讲话 礼物