名词: apologizer 过去式: apologized 过去分词: apologized 现在分词: apologizing 第三人称单数: apologizes
apologise (Am apologize) 高中必修500 全国卷频次:1
He realized this and apologised to me.
When you apologize, give your friend a chance to admit that he has been wrong.
apologize for 道歉
[V] ~ (to sb) (for sth) to say that you are sorry for doing sth wrong or causing a problem
Why should I apologize?
Go and apologize to her.
We apologize for the late departure of this flight.
I’m so sorry, I do apologize.
I think you should apologize to your brother.
apologize for (doing) something
He later apologized for his behaviour.
I apologize for losing my temper.
in BRIT, also use 英国英语亦用 apologise
1.VERB 动词道歉；认错 When you apologize to someone, you say that you are sorry that you have hurt them or caused trouble for them. You can say ‘I apologize’ as a formal way of saying sorry.
【语法信息】：V for n/-ing
【语法信息】：V to n
【语法信息】：Also V with quote
Two years ago, Congress formally apologized for the internment…
I apologize for being late…
Costello later apologized, saying he’d been annoyed by the man…
He apologized to the people who had been affected.
also British apologise /əˈpɑːləˌʤaɪz/
apologizes; apologized; apologizing [no object] : to express regret for doing or saying something wrong : to give or make an apology道歉；谢罪
He apologized to his wife and children for losing his temper.
I want to apologize (to you) for what I said. I didn’t mean it, and I’m sorry if it hurt your feelings.
We apologize for the mistake and promise that it won’t happen again.
She doesn’t apologize for her lifestyle. [=she does not believe that her lifestyle is wrong] 她并不认为自己的生活方式有什么错。