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(a) [Tn, Tf, Tw, Cn.a, Cn.n, Cn.t, Dpr.f, Dpr.w] formally announce (sth); make known clearly 正式宣布（某事）; 表明: `I'm not coming with you and that's final!' declared Mary. ‘我不跟你去--这是最後决定!’玛丽郑重地说. * declare that the war is over 宣布战争结束 * They then declared (to us all) what had been decided. 他们然後（对我们全体）宣布所作出的决定. * They declared him (to be) the winner. 他们宣布他为得胜者. * I declare the meeting closed. 我宣布会议结束. (b) [Tf, Cn.a, Cn.t] say (sth) solemnly 郑重地说（某事）: He declared that he was innocent. 他郑重声明他是清白的. * She was declared (to be) guilty. 已宣判她有罪.
[Ipr] ~ for/against sth/sb say that one is/is not in favour of sth/sb 表示赞成[不赞成]某事物[某人]: The commission declared against the proposed scheme. 委员会反对所提的计划.
[Tn] tell the tax authorities about (one's income), or customs officers about (dutiable goods brought into a country) 向税务部门申报（自己的收益）或向海关官员申报（应纳税的物品）: You must declare all you have earned in the last year. 你必须申报去年的总收入. * Have you anything to declare? 你有什麽要申报纳税的吗?
[I, Cn.a] (in cricket) choose to end one's team's innings before all ten wickets have fallen （板球）（在十个击球员并未全部出局时）宣布本队不再继续击球: The captain declared (the innings closed) at a score of 395 for 5 wickets. 队长在五人出局得395分时宣布不再继续击球.
(idm 习语) declare an/one's `interest reveal to others any facts that might be thought to influence one's opinions or actions on a particular issue 申报利益. declare trumps (in card-games) say which suit will be trumps （纸牌戏中）宣布哪一花色牌为王牌. declare `war (on/against sb) announce that one is at war (with sb) （向某人）宣战: War has been declared. 已经宣战了.
> declared adj [attrib 作定语] that sb has openly admitted to be such 公开宣称的: He's a declared atheist. 他自称是无神论者. * Her declared ambition is to become a politician. 她公开声称她的抱负是要当政治家.