过去式: appeared 过去分词: appeared 现在分词: appearing 第三人称单数: appears
appear 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:26
v. appears 11 appearing 1 appeared 16
By 9:45, everybody was having great fun, but no food had appeared.
One of the most famous theatres in Georgia, the Marjanishvili, founded in 1928, appears regularly at theatre festivals all over the world.
In which section of a newspaper may this text appear?
Dozens of new theme cafes appear to change the situation.
Different forms of maps are appearing.
appear in 出现在…
appear on 在…上出现
appear to be 好像是；仿佛
appear under 以…出现
出現;出場;問世;仿佛;出版,發表She swears to wear the pearls that appear to be pears.她發誓要戴那些看起來像梨子的珍珠.
出現(ap+pear→看見了→出現了)[par,pear=come in sight,表示”看見”]
LOOK / SEEM 看来；好像
1. linking verb (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) to give the impression of being or doing sth
SYN seem :
▪ [V-ADJ] She didn’t appear at all surprised at the news.
▪ [V-N] He appears a perfectly normal person.
▪ [V to inf] She appeared to be in her late thirties.
They appeared not to know what was happening.
There appears to have been a mistake.
▪ [V (that)] It appears that there has been a mistake.
It appears unlikely that interest rates will fall further.
It would appear that this was a major problem.
BE SEEN 出现
2. [V , usually +adv. / prep.] to start to be seen
A bus appeared around the corner.
Smoke appeared on the horizon.
Three days later a rash appeared.
BEGIN TO EXIST 起源；出现
3. [V , usually +adv. / prep.] to begin to exist or be known or used for the first time
When did mammals appear on the earth?
This problem first appeared in the inner cities.
OF BOOK / PROGRAMME 书；节目
4. [V , usually +adv. / prep.] to be published or broadcast
His new book will be appearing in the spring.
It was too late to prevent the story from appearing in the national newspapers.
IN MOVIE / PLAY 电影；戏剧
5. [V , usually +adv. / prep.] to take part in a film / movie, play, television programme, etc.
He has appeared in over 60 movies.
他在 60 多部电影中演出过。
She regularly appears on TV.
Next month he will be appearing as Bush in a new play on Broadway.
6. [V , usually +adv. / prep.] to arrive at a place
By ten o’clock Lee still hadn’t appeared.
BE WRITTEN / MENTIONED 记载；提及
7. [V , usually +adv. / prep.] to be written or mentioned somewhere
Your name will appear at the front of the book.
IN COURT 法庭
8. [V , usually +adv. / prep.] to be present in court in order to give evidence or answer a charge
A man will appear in court today charged with the murder.
She appeared on six charges of theft.
They will appear before magistrates tomorrow.
He has been asked to appear as a witness for the defence.
9. [V] ~ for / on behalf of sb to act as sb’s lawyer in court
Cherie Booth is the lawyer appearing for the defendant.
彻里 · 布思作为被告的辩护律师出庭。
⇨ see also apparent
⇨ compare disappear
1 SEEM 似乎 [linking verb] used when saying how someone or something seems. Appear is more formal than seem 似乎，好像，看来，比 seem 正式
appear to be something
Police say there appear to be signs of a break-in.
appear to do something
The survey appears to contradict motor industry claims.
it appears (that) (=used when saying what you think has happened or is true)
It appears that all the files have been deleted.
Police have found what appear to be human remains.
He tried to make it appear that she had committed suicide.
It may be less useful than it first appears.
appear + adj
I don’t want to appear rude.
so it would appear (=used when saying that something seems to be true, although you are not completely sure) 看起来是这样
2 GIVE IMPRESSION 给人印象[linking verb , not in progressive 连系动词，不用进行式] used to say that someone or something seems to have a particular quality or feeling 显得
He tried hard to appear calm .
I don’t want to appear rude.
The right colours can make a small room appear much bigger.
3 START TO BE SEEN 开始出现 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to start to be seen, to arrive, or to exist in a place, especially suddenly （尤指突然）出现；呈现
Two faces appeared at our window.
A man suddenly appeared from behind a tree.
Small cracks appeared in the wall.
It was nearly an hour before Sweeney appeared in the pub.
appear from nowhere/out of nowhere (=appear suddenly and unexpectedly) 突然不知从哪里冒出来
The car seemed to appear from nowhere.
4 FILM/TV PROGRAMME ETC 电影/电视节目等 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to take part in a film, play, concert, television programme etc 演出，露面，亮相
5 BOOK/NEWSPAPER ETC 书/报纸等 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to be written or shown on a list, in a book or newspaper, in a document etc 刊登；发表；被写进
6 AVAILABLE/KNOWN 可获得的/知道的 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to become widely available or known about 出现，问世
7 LAW COURT/MEETING 法庭/会议 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to go to a law court or other official meeting to give information, answer questions etc 出庭；出席
Origin appear (1200-1300) Old French aparoir, from Latin apparere, from ad- “to” + parere “to show yourself”
appearance /əˈpɪərəns $ əˈpɪr-/ ●●● W2 noun
1 WAY SB/STH LOOKS 外表 [countable, uncountable] the way someone or something looks to other people 外表；外观
He was always criticising his wife’s appearance.
They’ve changed the appearance of the whole building.
We are often attracted to somebody first by their physical appearance.
Women, in general, tend to be more concerned than men about their personal appearance.
She had an outward appearance of calm, but deep down she was really worried.
The metal posts spoiled the appearance of the garden.
A garnish helps to enhance the appearance of any dish.
She’s the kind of woman who takes pride in her appearance.
You shouldn’t judge by appearances.
They work hard at school without giving the appearance of being particularly hard-working.
The case had all the appearances of a straightforward murder.
The pupils looked angelic – but appearances can be deceptive.
He was, to all appearances, a respectable, successful businessman.
2 SB TAKES PART IN A PUBLIC EVENT 某人参加公开活动 [countable] when a famous person takes part in a film, concert, or other public event 露面；演出
It was his first public appearance since the election.
He made his last appearance for the club in the Cup Final.
appearance money/fee (=money paid to a famous person to attend an event) 出场费
3 STH NEW STARTS TO EXIST 新事物开始出现 [singular] when something new begins to exist or starts being used 首次出现[使用]；问世
The industry has changed greatly with the appearance of new technologies.
the appearance of buds on the trees
4 ARRIVAL 到达 [countable usually singular] the unexpected or sudden arrival of someone or something 〔出其不意的〕到来，出现
Eileen was deep in concentration, and the sudden appearance of her daughter startled her.
5 keep up appearances to dress and behave in the way in which people expect you to, especially to hide your true situation 保持体面，维持面子；装样子
She just wanted to keep up appearances for the kids.
6. for appearances’ sake/for the sake of appearances if you do something for appearances’ sake, you are trying to behave how people expect you to, especially to hide your true situation or feelings 为了面子的关系
7 put in an appearance/make an appearance to go to an event for a short time, because you think you should rather than because you want to 露一下面
At least Marc managed to put in an appearance at the party.
8 AT A LAW COURT/MEETING 在法庭/会议上 [countable] an occasion when someone goes to a court of law or official meeting to give information, answer questions etc 出庭；出席
1.V-LINK 连系动词好像;似乎;看来 If you say that something appears to be the way you describe it, you are reporting what you believe or what you have been told, though you cannot be sure it is true.
【语法信息】：there V to-inf
【语法信息】：it V that
【语法信息】：it V adj that/to-inf
There appears to be increasing support for the leadership to take a more aggressive stance…
The aircraft appears to have crashed near Katmandu…
It appears that some missiles have been moved…
It appears unlikely that the UN would consider making such a move…
The presidency is beginning to appear a political irrelevance…
Nine months later, those talks appear as distant as ever…
He appeared willing to reach an agreement.
2.V-LINK 连系动词看起来；显得 If someone or something appears to have a particular quality or characteristic, they give the impression of having that quality or characteristic.
She did her best to appear more self-assured than she felt…
He is anxious to appear a gentleman…
Under stress these people will appear to be superficial, over-eager and manipulative.
3.VERB 动词出现；显现 When someone or something appears, they move into a position where you can see them.
【语法信息】：Also there V n
A woman appeared at the far end of the street…
Last night some of the prisoners appeared on the roof.
4.VERB 动词开始存在；产生 When something new appears, it begins to exist or reaches a stage of development where its existence can be noticed.
【语法信息】：Also there V n
…small white flowers which appear in early summer…
Slogans have appeared on walls around the city.
…a test which can reveal infection at an early stage, before symptoms appear…
5.VERB 动词（书籍等）出版，发表，问世 When something such as a book appears, it is published or becomes available for people to buy.
I could hardly wait for ‘Boys’ World’ to appear each month.
…a poem which appeared in his last collection of verse.
6.VERB 动词演出；出场；表演 When someone appears in something such as a play, a show, or a television programme, they take part in it.
【语法信息】：V in n
【语法信息】：V on/at n
Jill Bennett became John Osborne’s fourth wife, and appeared in several of his plays…
Student leaders appeared on television to ask for calm.
7.VERB 动词出庭；到案 When someone appears before a court of law or before an official committee, they go there in order to answer charges or to give information as a witness.
【语法信息】：V in/at n
【语法信息】：V before n
Two other executives appeared at Worthing Magistrates’ Court charged with tax fraud…
The American will appear before members of the disciplinary committee at Portman Square.
appears; appeared; appearing
[linking verb] somewhat formal : to seem to be something : to make someone think that a person or thing has a particular characteristic : look, seem看来好像；似乎
She appears angry.
“Is she angry?” “So it appears.” = “So it would appear.” = “It appears so.”
“Is she pleased?” “It appears not.” = “It would appear not.”
She appears a nice enough person.
Although everything appeared normal to me [=although I thought everything was normal], something was wrong.
Winning the election appears unlikely at this point.
Things are not always as they appear. [=they are not always what you think they are] 事情并不总是像你想象的那样。
It appears to us [=we think] that something should be done.
— often followed by to + verb常接动词不定式
She appeared to be angry.
She appears to be a nice enough person.
Everyone appeared to have a good time. = They all appeared to enjoy themselves.
[no object] : to become visible : to begin to be seen出现；呈现；显现
One by one, the stars appeared in the sky.
The sun began to appear from behind the clouds.
The airplanes seemed to appear out of nowhere.
Her grandfather often appears to her in her dreams. [=she often sees her grandfather in her dreams] 她的祖父经常出现在她的梦中。
The storm disappeared as suddenly as it had appeared.
— opposite disappear
[no object] : to arrive at a place : to show up来到；出现；出席
The cat appears at our kitchen door every morning.
One of the guests appeared a few minutes late.
He appeared a little before eight last night.
— opposite disappear
[no object] : to begin to exist开始存在；开始产生
The disease first appeared in the late 1970s.
This new technology first appears in Europe in the early 20th century.
— opposite disappear
[no object] : to be seen or heard by the public露面；出席： such as
a : to go where you can be seen to give a speech, answer questions, etc.露面；演讲 — often + before
I was invited to appear before a meeting of teachers to talk about the school system.
appearing before a group of reporters
b : to work as an actor or performer in a movie, on the radio, etc.（公开地）演出
The two actors appeared [=performed] together in the film.
He has appeared on many radio and television shows.
She appeared in her first Broadway musical last year.
Several guest musicians appeared on his latest album.
c : to be published or made available to the public出版；问世
The story appeared on the front page of the newspaper.
— often + in
We got a lot of phone calls after the story appeared in the newspaper.
Her papers have appeared in several different scientific journals.
The book appeared in print [=was published] again a few years ago.
The word first appeared in print in 1782.
[no object] : to go in front of a person or group that has authority (such as a judge or council) especially in order to answer questions出庭；到案；应诉
I appeared in front of the committee during its last meeting.
She was instructed to appear in court the next morning.
She appeared before the judge.
He will be appearing as a witness at the trial.