would 英 [wʊd] 美 [wʊd]
aux. 将，将要；愿意 v. will的过去式
- aux. 将，将要；愿意
- v. will的过去式
1. Would you like a cup of coffee?
2. She asked if I would help.
3. I wish you'd be quiet for a minute.
4. I asked if anyone would help me,but no one volunteered.
5. If you went to see him, he would be delighted.
- would Old English wolde, past tense and past subjunctive of willan "to will" (see will (v.)). Would-be (adj.) "wishing to be, vainly pretending" is first recorded c. 1300.