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may [meɪ]  [me] 


may 基本解释


助动词可以; 会; 也许; 但愿

名词[May]五月; 山楂属植物; (五朔节装饰用的)绿枝花枝; (春天开花的)绣线菊属植物

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may 相关例句


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1. Write to him at once so that he may know in time.

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2. May they live long.

3. We hope she may win.

4. You may come if you wish.

5. may的解释

5. May you succeed!

may 情景对话


A:May I ask a favor of you?

B:No Problem.


A:May I use your telephone?

B:Sugar, please.


A:Hello. May I help you?

B:Yes, I have an appointment with Mr. Port.

may 网络解释

1. 少女:根据参考资料,最早的家养猫图能够在梅拉丁少女(May)的坟墓里看到,时间大概在公元前1450年,图上的猫被绑在凳腿上. 后来的作品,像德尔麦迪那(DeirelMedina)王陵里的墙画,时间大概在公元前1275年,表明猫已经成为了家庭的一员.

may 词典解释

May is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb.
may 是情态动词,与动词原形连用。

1. 也许(会发生或出现);可能(会如此)
    You use may to indicate that something will possibly happen or be true in the future, but you cannot be certain.

    e.g. We may have some rain today...
    e.g. Rates may rise, but it won't be by much and it won't be for long...

2. 有可能,也许(用于表示某事可能属实,但不确定)
    You use may to indicate that there is a possibility that something is true, but you cannot be certain.

    e.g. Civil rights officials say there may be hundreds of other cases of racial violence...
    e.g. Throwing good money after bad may not be a good idea, they say.

3. 也许,可能(用于表示某事有时或在某些情况下属实)
    You use may to indicate that something is sometimes true or is true in some circumstances.

    e.g. A vegetarian diet may not provide enough calories for a child's normal growth...
    e.g. Up to five inches of snow may cover the mountains.

4. (与过去分词连用,用于表示有可能已经发生、属实或给出一个可能的解释)
    You use may have with a past participle when suggesting that it is possible that something happened or was true, or when giving a possible explanation for something.

    e.g. He may have been to some of those places...
    e.g. The chaos may have contributed to the deaths of up to 20 people...
           混乱可能导致多达20 人丧生。

5. 尽管,或许(用于承认情况属实,但同时与更重要的事情作比较)
    You use may in statements where you are accepting the truth of a situation, but contrasting it with something that is more important.


    e.g. I may be almost 50, but there's not a lot of things I've forgotten...
    e.g. The elderly man may not be typical, but he speaks for a significant body of opinion...

6. 可以(用于举出在需要时可以加以利用的某些特性、事实等)
    You use may when you are mentioning a quality or fact about something that people can make use of if they want to.


    e.g. The bag has narrow straps, so it may be worn over the shoulder or carried in the hand...
    e.g. Some of the diseases of middle age may be prevented by improving nutrition.

7. (通常根据规则或法律)可以/不可以
    You use may to indicate that someone is allowed to do something, usually because of a rule or law. You use may not to indicate that someone is not allowed to do something.

    e.g. Any two persons may marry in Scotland provided that both persons are at least 16 years of age on the day of their marriage...
    e.g. Adolescents under the age of 18 may not work in jobs that require them to drive.

8. 可以(表示准许或请求许可)
    You use may when you are giving permission to someone to do something, or when asking for permission.

    e.g. Mr Hobbs? May we come in?...
    e.g. If you wish, you may now have a glass of milk...

9. 可否(用于礼貌的请求)
    You use may when you are making polite requests.


    e.g. I'd like the use of your living room, if I may...
    e.g. May I come with you to Southampton?...

10. 可以,能否(通常用于问句中,表示提出礼貌的建议、请求等)
    You use may, usually in questions, when you are politely making suggestions or offering to do something.

    e.g. May we suggest you try one of our guest houses...
    e.g. May we recommend a weekend in Stockholm?...

11. 可以(用于有礼貌地插话、提问或引入话题等)
      You use may as a polite way of interrupting someone, asking a question, or introducing what you are going to say next.

      e.g. 'If I may interrupt for a moment,' Kenneth said...
      e.g. Anyway, may I just ask you one other thing?...

12. 也许会,可能会(用于提及别人对自己所说的话可能会有的反应或态度)
      You use may when you are mentioning the reaction or attitude that you think someone is likely to have to something you are about to say.


      e.g. You know, Brian, whatever you may think, I work hard for a living...
      e.g. You may consider it useless, but for our customers it's an all-important sign of good service.

13. 不妨说,可以说(用于强调)
      You use may in expressions such as I may add and I may say in order to emphasize a statement that you are making.


      e.g. They spent their afternoons playing golf—extremely badly, I may add—around Loch Lomond...
      e.g. Both of them, I may say, are thoroughly reliable men.

14. (以便)能,可以(使某事发生)
      If you do something so that a particular thing may happen, you do it so that there is an opportunity for that thing to happen.

      e.g. ...the need for an increase in the numbers of surgeons so that patients may be treated as soon as possible...
      e.g. The door is shut so that no one may overhear what is said.

15. 祝;但愿
      People sometimes use may to express hopes and wishes.

      e.g. Courage seems now to have deserted him. May it quickly reappear.

16. be that as it may -> see be
      may as well -> see well

may 英英释义



1. thorny Eurasian shrub of small tree having dense clusters of white to scarlet flowers followed by deep red berries
    established as an escape in eastern North America

    Synonym: whitethornEnglish hawthornCrataegus laevigataCrataegus oxycantha


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