they 英 [ðeɪ]   美 [ðe]

they

they  英 [ðeɪ] 美 [ðe]

pron. 他们;它们;她们 

They are studying. 他们在学习。
they were all there except me. 除了我以外他们都在那里。

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  • pron. 他们;它们;她们
  • 1. They are studying.

    他们在学习。

  • 2. they were all there except me.

    除了我以外他们都在那里。

  • 3. One by one they got out.

    他们一个一个地走了出去。

  • they (pron.) c. 1200, from a Scandinavian source (Old Norse þeir, Old Danish, Old Swedish þer, þair), originally masculine plural demonstrative pronoun, from Proto-Germanic *thai, nominative plural pronoun, from PIE *to-, demonstrative pronoun (see that). Gradually replaced Old English hi, hie, plurals of he, heo "she," hit "it" by c. 1400. Colloquial use for "anonymous people in authority" is attested from 1886. They say for "it is said" is in Milton.
they / ðeɪ ; NAmE ðeɪ / pronoun ( used as the subject of a verb 用作动词主语 ) 1 people, animals or things that have already been mentioned or are easily identified 他们;她们;它们 ‘Where are John and Liz?’ ‘They went for a walk.’ “约翰和利兹在哪儿?”“他们去散步了。” They (= the things you are carrying)go on the bottom shelf. 这些东西放在架子的底层。 2 used instead of heor sheto refer to a person whose sex is not mentioned or not known (用以代替 he 或 she,指性别不详的人) If anyone arrives late they'll have to wait outside. 谁要是迟到,他就得在外面等着。 note at gender 3 people in general (泛指)人们,人人,众人 The rest, as they say, is history. 其余的就尽人皆知,不须赘述了。 4 people in authority or experts 权威人士;上面(指负责人);专家 They cut my water off. 管事的把水给我掐了。 They now say that red wine is good for you. 现在专家说喝红葡萄酒对人有好处。 they / ðeɪ ; NAmE ðeɪ /
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