例句1. he went home to see his mother and father’
“His father came here yesterday.” “ Yes, I know.”
Anne’s father wouldn’t consent to her marrying a foreigner.
Father , it’s about nine o’clock. Can I go out for a game.
Don’t interrupt your father in his talk.
Don’t cherish the illusion that your father will always pay your debts.
It will be a great happiness to her to fu1fi1 her father ’s desire.
A son inherits from his father .
I intervened in the quarrel between my father and mother.
My brother is directing the business while my father is away.
Father intended me for the medical profession.
Father winked at Dick as a sign for him to keep still.
My father used to trot me down for a visit.
My father instructed me (in)how to sharpen a knife.
Father glimpsed at the picture I drew and said it was good.
Father jogs in the park every morning before going to work.
Father is lying down (resting on a bed)for a while.
Father was unable to reconcile my brothers.
My father lectured me for smoking.
He inherits from his father ’s good health.
Father tripped me by that question.
Father is raking fallen leaves in the garden.
Father fitted new seat covers on our car.
Father was weeding the garden.
My father is always boring us with his stories of the war.
It’s unfortunate when a father and son can’t relate to each other.
Tell the children to stop bothering their father .
The children were parted from their father .
All her time goes into nursing her old father .
She doesn’t know her father is a thief, and I don’t want to disillusion her.
Her father forbade their marriage.
属类：简明英汉词典 -English to Chinese-
father’s elder brother
husband’s father and mother
be gathered to one’s father
wife of father’s younger brother
1.(in Christian belief) the first person of the Trinity; God.
‘At Calvary, Jesus and the _Father_ cried out to all of us with one voice: ‘Your sins are forgiven!’’
‘Three is the Trinity of the _Father_ , the Son and the Holy Ghost.’
2.(often as a title or form of address) a priest.
‘pray for me, _father_ ’
‘The celebrant was _Father_ Martin Tobin, Curate.’
3.A male animal in relation to its offspring.
‘Mongolian gerbil _fathers_ ’ initial offspring avoidance has been a mystery, in that by day three they’re dutiful dads.’
‘It’s the females who raise the cubs, but the cubs’ future depends on the protection provided by their _father_ .’
4.A man in relation to his child or children.
‘how like your _father_ you are’
‘the art collection was bequeathed to him by his adoptive _father_ ’
5.A man who provides care and protection.
‘the prince is widely regarded as the _father_ of the nation’
‘In a typical company, the boss is a ruler and _father_ to his subordinates.’
6.An important male figure in the origin and early history of something.
‘he’s held to be the _father_ of abstract art’
‘Some modern military historians consider him to have been the _father_ of modern guerrilla tactics.’
‘Our mothers and _fathers_ , recent and ancestral, worked faithfully to open doors shut hard by hatred and denial.’
‘They’ve taken everything we had, and not just from us, from our _fathers_ , and from our _fathers_ ’ _fathers_ .’
8.Early Christian theologians (in particular of the first five centuries) whose writings are regarded as especially authoritative.
‘Some of the early Church _Fathers_ stated for the record that it was blasphemous to celebrate this festival.’
‘As St. Ambrose, one of the _Fathers_ of the Church, wrote: ‘Let Mary’s soul be in each of you to proclaim the greatness ot the Lord.’’
9.The oldest member or doyen of a society or other body.
10.Used as a title of respect for an old and venerable man or for something personified as such a man.
‘ _Father_ Thames’
‘In the course of the displays the visitor is taken on a journey from the source of Old _Father_ Thames and down its 354 km course to the sea.’
1.Appear as or admit that one is the father or originator of.
‘a singular letter from a lady, requesting I would _father_ a novel of hers’
‘I would _Father_ no Brats that were not of my own getting.’
2.Assign the paternity of a child or responsibility for a book, idea, or action to.
‘a collection of Irish stories was _fathered_ on him’
‘Where Freud suffered from bowdlerization, or having _fathered_ on to him all sorts of odd ideas, Jung has been neglected.’
3.Be the father of.
‘he _fathered_ three children’
‘Delving into history and folklore, American scholars came up with the ‘great’ discovery that President Thomas Jefferson had _fathered_ a black child.’
4.Be the source or originator of.
‘a culture which has _fathered_ half the popular music in the world’
‘Most of the world’s great inventions were _fathered_ by people with the ability to conduct their minds on free-wheeling adventures into the nonexistent, the unconventional, the absurd.’
5.Treat with the protective care associated with a father.
‘the two males share the _fathering_ of the cubs’
‘She’s consumed with motherhood right now and I’m consumed with _fathering_ .’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。