3 / Ik5spres; Ik`sprZs/ v
[Tn, Tw, Dn.pr, Dpr.w] ~ sth (to sb) show or make known (a feeling, an opinion, etc) by words, looks, actions, etc (用语言﹑ 神色﹑ 动作等)表示或表达(感情﹑ 意见等): The guests expressed their thanks before leaving. 客人们临走前表示了谢意. * His actions express his love more than any words could do. 他用行动表示的爱胜过任何言语. * He could not express his feelings of sadness to his mother. 他不能向母亲表露出内心的悲痛. * I can't express to you how grateful I am for your help. 你对我的帮助, 我感激不尽.
[Tn] ~ oneself speak or write (clearly) what one thinks, feels, etc (清楚地)表达自己的意思: Learning to express oneself well is an important part of education. 学会把意思表达清楚是受教育的一个重要方面. * He is still unable to express himself in English. 他仍然不能用英语表达自己的意思.
[Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (from/out of sth) (fml 文) press or squeeze out (esp juices or oil) 压出或榨出(尤指汁液或油): juice expressed from grapes 自葡萄榨出的汁 * milk expressed from a mother's breast 从母亲乳房里挤出的乳汁.
[Tn] (Brit) send (a letter, parcel, etc) fast by special delivery 用快邮寄出(信﹑ 邮包等).