例句1. he ran to meet Jacob and embraced him’
aware that our communities contribute to our success, we embrace Community Responsibility as one of our core values.We maintain high safety standards and demonstrate concern for the environment.
“Why, Sister Carrie!“ she began, and there was embrace of welcome.
Will you not embrace me, sir?
The return of Macao to the embrace of the motherland
Hold(sb)tightly with the arms; embrace
Hold sb/sth close;embrace sb/sth
Uphold virtue, respect human life, and embrace religious doctrines
These three things relate to externals and are inadequate. People need what they can depend on: reveal simplicity; embrace the natural; control selfishness; reduce desires.
but he who unwarily ventures within its embrace finds himself struggling with a monster that would drag him down to perdition
Dorothea was altogether captivated by the wide embrace of this conception
It is possible for visionary leaders to win the hearts and minds of their peoples to persuade them to discard the bitter legacy of the past and to embrace the promise of a better future.
Embrace the Embodiment of Exuberance and Dynamics
The simple gesture lines depict a stylized dynamic human figure in a stance that suggests a racing athlete crossing the finish line to embrace victory--portraying the Olympic spirit of Citius, Altius, Fortius (for Swifter, Higher, Stronger).
A ceremonial embrace ,as of greeting or salutation.
Then there was a perfunctory embrace of welcome
She shook her head, and extricated herself from Lin Pei-shan’s embrace . She was going to say something when her sister went on
She had withdrawn a little from his embrace .
It was like being enfolded in a loving embrace . Her heart beat painfully, but it was with joy and wonder, not grief or loneliness. She need never feel alone again.
As she began to embrace her heritage, she was able to argue against those who condemned the Confucian tradition as submissive.
She held her son to her in an affectionate embrace .
She gently released herself from his arms/embrace .
She inclined her body to embrace the boy.
She held out her arms to embrace the little girl
She shook in his embrace , and this movement accentuated his sense of the fineness of her flesh and bone.
Today I shall embrace my woman with sweet kisses; tomorrow she will be gone, and so will I.
Hold sb close,ie embrace sb tightly
It seems more likely that the femaleness of oceangoing craft has to do with the fact that they embrace and protect their crews, as a mother would her children
Embrace a social cause.
squawked the parrot, startling them out of their embrace
No single theory can embrace and explain every facet of human behavior.
embrace reflex, Moro reflex
1.An act of accepting something willingly or enthusiastically.
‘their eager _embrace_ of foreign influences’
‘The _embrace_ of foreign expertise and capital is a welcome sign that China’s leaders know how serious the challenge is - and are determined to meet it.’
2.An act of holding someone closely in one’s arms.
‘they were locked in an _embrace_ ’
‘Our _embrace_ is restricted by the wide table separating us, but it’s great to feel his powerful arms around me.’
3.Used to refer to something which is regarded as surrounding, holding, or restricting someone.
‘totalitarianism has meant that no interest falls outside the _embrace_ of the state’
‘I felt very laid back, the sofa seemed to be hugging me as I sank deeper into its _embrace_ .’
1.Accept (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically.
‘besides traditional methods, artists are _embracing_ new technology’
‘Maybe we will benefit beyond belief in _embracing_ some of these valuable philosophies and using them in practical solutions for all our welfare.’
2.Hold (someone) closely in one’s arms, especially as a sign of affection.
‘Aunt Sophie _embraced_ her warmly’
‘the two _embraced_ , holding each other tightly’
3.Include or contain (something) as a constituent part.
‘his career _embraces_ a number of activities—composing, playing, and acting’
‘But he added his own insistence that nature _embraces_ all aspects of life, including values.’
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