advocate 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:1 教材出处:译林版选必修B1U4
n.&v. advocates 0 advocating 0 advocated 0
提倡者；辩护者；拥护者 & 提倡，倡导
What some people advocate is teaching one of the many attractive handwritings based on the handwriting of 16th-century Italy.
This is not a surprise to public health advocates.
As a good communicator should be a good listener, five steps are advocated toward good listening.
I hope this research will put an end to advocating strictly timed baby feeding practices.
LoveFone, a company that advocates repairing cellphones rather than abandoning them, opened a mini workshop in a London phone box in 2016.
devil’s advocate 故意持相反意见的人；故意唱反调的人
辯護者,擁護者,鼓吹者vt.擁護,提倡The vocation advocate found the word “vocal” and “reciprocal” not in the vocabulary.職業倡導者發現”嗓音的”和”交互的”兩詞不在詞彙表中.
/ 5AdvEkeit / (formal) to support sth publicly
▪ [VN] The group does not advocate the use of violence.
▪ [V -ing] Many experts advocate rewarding your child for good behaviour.
▪ [V that] The report advocated that all buildings be fitted with smoke detectors.
报告主张所有的建筑物都应安装烟火探测器。 (BrE also)
The report advocated that all buildings should be fitted with smoke detectors.
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▪ [also VN -ing] noun
/ 5AdvEkEt /
1. ~ (of / for sth / sb) a person who supports or speaks in favour of sb or of a public plan or action
an advocate for hospital workers
a staunch advocate of free speech
⇨ see also devil’s advocate
2. a person who defends sb in court
⇨ note at lawyer
Extremists were openly advocating violence.
advocate for American English
Those who advocate for doctor-assisted suicide say the terminally ill should not have to suffer.
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Related topics: Occupations, Law
advocate2 /ˈædvəkət, -keɪt/ ●●○ AWL noun [countable] 1 someone who publicly supports someone or something 提倡者，拥护者，鼓吹者 SYN proponent
She’s a passionate advocate of natural childbirth.
an advocate for the disabled
2. a lawyer who speaks in a court of law, especially in Scotland 〔尤指苏格兰的〕出庭律师
→ devil’s advocate
Origin advocate2 (1300-1400) Old French avocat, from Latin, past participle of advocare “to summon”, from ad- “to” + vocare “to call”
The verb is pronounced /’ædvəkeɪt/. The noun is pronounced /’ædvəkət/. 动词读作 /’ædvəkeɪt/，名词读作 /’ædvəkət/。
1.VERB 动词拥护；提倡；主张 If you advocate a particular action or plan, you recommend it publicly.
Mr Williams is a conservative who advocates fewer government controls on business.
…the tax policy advocated by the Opposition.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词拥护者；提倡者 An advocate of a particular action or plan is someone who recommends it publicly.
【搭配模式】：oft N of n
He was a strong advocate of free market policies and a multi-party system.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词辩护律师 An advocate is a lawyer who speaks in favour of someone or defends them in a court of law. →see usage note at:lawyer
4.N-COUNT 可数名词See also:devil’s advocate;（为某一类人）谋利益者 An advocate for a particular group is a person who works for the interests of that group.
…advocates for the homeless…
Animal rights advocates argue that zoos are really animal prisons and very often cruel.
plural advocates [count] 1
a : a person who argues for or supports a cause or policy拥护者；支持者
a birth control advocate = an advocate of birth control [=a person who advocates birth control] 计划生育的倡导者
a passionate/impassioned advocate of civil rights
b US : a person who works for a cause or group（一项事业或个组织的）工作者
a women’s health advocate = an advocate for women’s health
She works as a consumer advocate.
: a person who argues for the cause of another person in a court of law : lawyer辩护人；律师
2 advocate /ˈædvəˌkeɪt/ verb
advocates; advocated; advocating [+ object] : to support or argue for (a cause, policy, etc.)提倡；赞成；主张
He advocates traditional teaching methods.
They advocate abolishing the income tax. = They advocate that the income tax should be abolished.
The plan is advocated by the president.