形容词: appealable 名词: appealability 过去式: appealed 过去分词: appealed 现在分词: appealing 第三人称单数: appeals
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n.&v. appeals 0 appealing 2 appealed 1
上诉；吸引力；申诉；魅力上诉；吸引力；申诉；魅力 & 上诉；呼吁；申诉；恳求
And, even if I weren’t excited enough about free credits, news about our instructor was appealing enough to me.
Moreover, sport has become an important form of entertainment, appealing to both men and women.
In addition, most newspapers had little in them that would appeal to a mass audience.
Although the continuing popular appeal of emotional intelligence is desirable, we hope that such attention will excite a greater interest in the scientific and scholarly study of emotion.
The book turns out to be one that has appealed to the world for more than 350 years.
appeal for vt. 恳求，请求；要求
sex appeal 性感；吸引力
appeal against 提出上诉
court of appeal 上诉法院
have appeal 引人入胜，有吸引力，有魅力
emotional appeal 情绪感染；感性诉求
appeal court 上诉法院
lasting appeal 持久的吸引力；耐玩度
right of appeal 上诉权；索赔权
make an appeal 引起兴趣
notice of appeal 上诉通知书
appeal board 上诉委员会
呼籲,懇求;申訴n.呼籲;申訴;吸引力The healer reveals an appealing fact that health is great wealth to the commonwealth.醫治者揭示一個吸引人的事實:健康是聯邦的巨大財富.
1. [C, U] ~ (against sth) a formal request to a court or to sb in authority for a judgement or a decision to be changed
(BrE) to lodge an appeal
(NAmE) to file an appeal
(BrE) an appeal court / judge
(NAmE) an appeals court / judge
an appeal against the 3-match ban
不服禁赛 3 场令的申诉
⇨ see also court of appeal
2. [U] a quality that makes sb / sth attractive or interesting
mass / wide / popular appeal
The Beatles have never really lost their appeal.
The prospect of living in a city holds little appeal for me.
⇨ see also sex appeal
3. [C, U] ~ (to sb) (for sth) | ~ to sb to do sth an urgent and deeply felt request for money, help or information, especially six made by a charity or by the police
to launch a TV appeal for donations to the charity
a look of silent appeal
The child’s mother made an emotional appeal on TV for his return.
The police made an appeal to the public to remain calm.
4. [C] ~ to sth an indirect suggestion that any good, fair or reasonable person would act in a particular way
I relied on an appeal to his finer feelings.
1. [V] ~ (to sb / sth) (against sth) to make a formal request to a court or to sb in authority for a judgement or a decision to be changed
He said he would appeal after being found guilty on five counts of murder.
The company is appealing against the ruling.
HELP In North American English, the form appeal (sth) (to sb / sth) is usually used, without a preposition: The company has two days to appeal the decision to the tribunal.
北美英语通常用 appeal (sth) (to sb / sth),不加介词:The company has two days to appeal the decision to the tribunal.
2. [V] ~ (to sb) to attract or interest sb
The prospect of a long wait in the rain did not appeal.
The design has to appeal to all ages and social groups.
3. [V] ~ (to sb) (for sth) to make a serious and urgent request
Nationalist leaders appealed for calm.
I am appealing on behalf of the famine victims (= asking for money).
Police have appealed for witnesses to come forward.
Organizers appealed to the crowd not to panic.
4. ~ (to sth) to try to persuade sb to do sth by suggesting that it is a fair, reasonable, or honest thing to do
▪ [V] They needed to appeal to his sense of justice.
▪ [also V speech]
1 REQUEST 要求 [countable] an urgent request for something important 呼吁；恳求
The police have issued a new appeal for information.
All the organizations involved have sent urgent appeals to the government, asking for extra funding.
The girl’s family have made a public appeal for help to try and catch her killer.
appeal to somebody to do something
an appeal to the army to not use too much force
2 REQUEST FOR MONEY 对钱款的要求 [countable] an attempt to persuade people to give money in order to help people who need something 募捐呼吁
The appeal has nearly reached its target of £100,000.
3 REQUEST TO CHANGE DECISION 改变判决的要求 [countable, uncountable] a formal request to a court or to someone in authority asking for a decision to be changed 上诉；申诉
an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights
The sentence was reduced to three years on appeal.
4 BEING ATTRACTIVE 吸引人 [uncountable] a quality that makes people like something or someone 感染力，吸引力
What is the particular appeal of this island?
The programme has a very wide appeal.
The film has great appeal for young audiences.
She’s definitely got sex appeal (=she is sexually attractive).
→ Court of Appeal
COLLOCATIONS – Meanings 1 & 2
COLLOCATIONS – Meaning 3: a formal request to a court or to someone in authority asking for a decision to be changed 上诉；申诉
appeal2 ●●● S3 W3 verb
1 ASK 要求 [intransitive] to make a serious public request for help, money, information etc 呼吁；恳请，恳求
Church and community leaders have appealed for calm.
Farmers have appealed to the government for help.
appeal to somebody to do something
The police have appealed to anyone with information to come forward and talk to them.
2 ASK TO CHANGE DECISION 要求改变判决 [intransitive, transitive] to make a formal request to a court or someone in authority asking for a decision to be changed 上诉；申诉
She is not happy with the decision and plans to appeal.
Both men intend to appeal against their convictions.
Appealing to the referee does not often result in a decision being changed.
3 BE ATTRACTIVE 吸引人 [intransitive] if someone or something appeals to you, they seem attractive and interesting 有吸引力
4 appeal to somebody’s better nature/sense of justice etc to try to persuade someone to do something by reminding them that it is a good or fair thing to do 呼唤某人的良知/正义感等
Origin appeal2 (1300-1400) Old French apeler “to accuse, appeal”, from Latin appellare, from appellere “to drive to”, from ad- “to” + pellere “to drive”
1.VERB 动词呼吁;恳请;恳求 If you appeal to someone to do something, you make a serious and urgent request to them.
【语法信息】：V to/for n to-inf
【语法信息】：V to n for n
【语法信息】：V for n
The Prime Minister appealed to young people to use their vote…
He will appeal to the state for an extension of unemployment benefits…
The United Nations has appealed for help from the international community.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词呼吁;恳请;恳求 An appeal is a serious and urgent request.
【搭配模式】：oft N for/to n
He has a message from King Fahd, believed to be an appeal for Arab unity…
Romania’s government issued a last-minute appeal to him to call off his trip.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词（为慈善或正义事业的）募捐 An appeal is an attempt to raise money for a charity or for a good cause.
【搭配模式】：oft N to-inf
…an appeal to save a library containing priceless manuscripts…
This is not another appeal for famine relief.
4.VERB 动词上诉;申诉 If you appeal to someone in authority against a decision, you formally ask them to change it. In British English, you appeal against something. In American English, you appeal something.
【语法信息】：V against n
【语法信息】：V to n to-inf
He said they would appeal against the decision…
We intend to appeal the verdict…
Maguire has appealed to the Supreme Court to stop her extradition.
5.N-VAR 可变名词See also:Court of Appeal;上诉;申诉 An appeal is a formal request for a decision to be changed.
Heath’s appeal against the sentence was later successful…
The jury agreed with her, but she lost the case on appeal.
6.VERB 动词对…有吸引力；使感兴趣 If something appeals to you, you find it attractive or interesting.
【语法信息】：V to n
On the other hand, the idea appealed to him…
The range has long appealed to all tastes.
7.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词See also:sex appeal;吸引力;感染力 The appeal of something is a quality that it has which people find attractive or interesting.
Its new title was meant to give the party greater public appeal…
Johnson’s appeal is to people in all walks of life.
[noncount] : a quality that causes people to like someone or something吸引力；感染力；魅力
I can’t understand the appeal of skydiving. [=I can’t understand why some people like it] 我搞不明白特技跳伞有什么吸引力。
Music never held much appeal [=attraction] for him.
Her jokes are quickly losing their appeal.
The movie has great appeal to/for adults as well as children. [=adults and children like the movie] 这部电影不管是对大人还是对孩子都很有吸引力。
the wide/broad/mass/universal appeal of the artist’s work
— see also sex appeal
[count] a : a serious request for help, support, etc.恳求；吁请；请求
They made a desperate appeal [=plea, entreaty] for help.
His appeals to his father for money were ignored.
The mayor made an appeal to the people of the city to stay calm.
b : an attempt to make someone do or accept something as right or proper by saying things that are directed at a person’s feelings, attitudes, etc.打动；劝说 — + to
The author makes an appeal to the reader’s emotions.
an appeal to reason
an appeal to the intellect
c : an organized effort to raise money捐赠活动
We made a donation during the school’s annual appeal.
She helped to organize/launch an appeal on behalf of the homeless.
: a process in which a decision is studied and accepted or rejected by a higher court or by someone in authority上诉；申诉
[count] My lawyer said the court’s decision wasn’t correct and that we should file for an appeal.
lodge an appeal
[noncount] Her conviction was thrown out on appeal. [=a higher court decided that she should not have been convicted] 提起上诉以后，她的有罪判决被推翻了。
The case is currently under appeal. [=the case is currently being reviewed by a higher court] 此案正在上诉过程中。
— see also court of appeals
2 appeal /əˈpiːl/ verb
appeals; appealed; appealing
[no object] : to be liked by someone : to be pleasing or attractive to someone有吸引力；有感染力；受人喜爱
The movie appeals to adults as well as (to) children. [=adults and children like the movie] 这部电影不管是对大人还是对孩子都很有吸引力。
music that appeals to a wide variety of people
The idea of going to college appealed to him greatly. [=the idea was very appealing to him] 他非常渴望上大学。
[no object] a : to ask for something (such as help or support) in a serious way呼吁；吁请；恳求
The government appealed for calm.
desperate people who are appealing for help
The government appealed to the people to stay calm.
b : to try to make someone do or accept something as right or proper by saying things that are directed at a person’s feelings, attitudes, etc.打动；劝说 — + to
We got them to join by appealing to their sense of duty and honor.
: to make a formal request for a higher court or for someone in authority to review and change a decision上诉；申诉
[no object] He appealed, arguing that there was not enough evidence to convict him.
She lost the case and appealed the following month.
(Brit) We plan to appeal against the court’s decision.
[+ object] (US)
We plan to appeal the court’s decision.
The ruling can be appealed within 30 days.
(baseball) The runner was called out at home plate but the manager appealed the umpire’s decision.