过去式: became 过去分词: become 现在分词: becoming 第三人称单数: becomes
become (became become) 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:77
When I was 13 my only purpose was to become the star on our football team.
I tell my mom that if we’re forced to eat things, we may become ill.
The birds then become a good meal for cats and other animals.
The problem will become more serious in the future.
He becomes the first rider ever to win the race three times.
Elizabeth Blackwell, however, was determined to become a doctor.
Shantzis believes his system could help recycled materials become more cost-effective.
Choosing the right food, therefore, has become an area of study in modern life.
By the end of the sixth grade, Teddy had become one of the smartest children in the class.
David Gram has become a familiar face to millions of fans of Animal Hospital.
In 1927, he became a teacher of Ohio State University where he further developed a new method of testing.
Although our times together became easier over the years, I never felt closer to him at that moment.
Begin at the grocery store.
become one 成为一体，结合
become a member 成为一名成员/会员
become of 使遭遇…；…降临于；发生…情况
become a doctor 成为一名医生
become extinct 灭绝；绝种
become aware of 知道；发觉
become accustomed to 习惯于；对…变得习以为常
become used to 习惯于…；适应于…
become involved in 使卷入，使陷入
become interested in 对……感兴趣
become due 到期
become conscious of 观察到
become deformed 变形
become attached to 结缘；喜爱；对…有依赖
become one flesh 成为一体
become insolvent 破产
變成,開始變得vt.適合,同…相稱With shortcomings overcome, the outcome become welcome.隨著缺點被克服,結果變得受歡迎.
[bɪˈkʌm] (became /become)
be’come of sb/sth ( formal)
■to happen to sb/sth发生在…上:
I wonder what became of the people who lived next door.
What will become of us if I lose my job?
■[NOTE]Become of sb/sth is always used in a question with what. become of sb/sth 总是用于带what的疑问句。
(be·came / bi5keim / , be·come)
1. linking verb to start to be sth
▪ [V-ADJ] It was becoming more and more difficult to live on his salary.
It soon became apparent that no six was going to come.
She was becoming confused.
▪ [V-N] She became queen in 1952.
她于 1952 年成为女王。
The bill will become law next year.
2. [VN] [no passive] (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) (formal) to be suitable for sb
Such behaviour did not become her.
3. [VN] [no passive] (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) (formal) to look attractive on sb
SYN suit :
Short hair really becomes you.
▪ what became, has become, will become of sb / sth?
used to ask what has happened or what will happen to sb / sth
What became of that student who used to live with you?
I dread to think what will become of them if they lose their home.
1 [linking verb] to start to have a feeling or quality, or to start to develop into something 变成，变得
The weather became warmer.
Slowly my eyes became accustomed to the darkness.
Helen became increasingly anxious about her husband’s strange behaviour.
Pollution from cars has become a major problem.
2 [linking verb] to start to have a job or position 成为，变成
George became king at the age of 54.
When did you first want to become a teacher?
3 [transitive not in progressive] formal to be suitable for someone, or to look attractive on them 适合 SYN suit
Blue really becomes her.
Don’t try to be clever – it doesn’t become you.
4 what became of … ? whatever will become of … ? used to ask what has happened to someone or something, especially when you have not seen them for a long time, or what will happen to someone that you are worried about …怎么样了？/…会怎么样？
What became of those Chinese vases that Mum used to have?
Whatever will become of Sam when his wife dies?
Origin become Old English becuman “to come to, become”, from cuman “to come”
The form become is used in the present tense and is the past participle. become 的过去分词与原形相同。
1.V-LINK 连系动词变成；成为；变得 If someone or something becomes a particular thing, they start to change and develop into that thing, or start to develop the characteristics mentioned.
I first became interested in Islam while I was doing my nursing training…
The cocoa industry dwindled because it became increasingly difficult to cover costs…
During the 1980s the world’s financial systems became more open…
The pilot decided to land, but as we lost altitude the wind became stronger…
As she reached the age of thirty she became convinced she would remain single all her life…
After leaving school, he became a professional footballer…
In 1823 Honduras became a part of the United Provinces of Central America.
2.VERB 动词适合；适宜；与…相称 If something becomes someone, it makes them look attractive or it seems right for them.
Does khaki become you?…
Don’t be crude tonight, Bernard, it doesn’t become you.
3.PHRASE 短语…怎么样了；…会怎么样 If you wonder what has become of someone or something, you wonder where they are and what has happened to them.
She thought constantly about her family; she might never know what had become of them…
Where will he go to school now he’s been thrown out of Eton? What will become of him?
becomes; became /-ˈkeɪm/ ; /bɪˈkeɪm/; become; becoming
[linking verb] : to begin to be or come to be something specified成为；变为；变成
Although I’ve known him for years, we didn’t become close friends until recently.
She won the election, becoming the first woman to be President of the nation.
They both became teachers.
: to begin to have a specified quality开始具有…特质；变得
The book has become quite popular.
We became interested in the property last year.
The crackers had become stale.
It’s becoming [=getting] quite cold in the evenings.
It eventually became clear that he had lied.
She’s become [=gotten] somewhat cynical.
[+ object] formal
a not used in progressive tenses : to look attractive on (someone) : to be flattering to (someone)使好看；使漂亮
That dress becomes you.
b : to be suitable for (someone) : to be proper for (someone)适合（某人）；与…相称
Though poor, he carried himself with a dignity becoming [=befitting] a king.
This kind of behavior hardly becomes a person of your age and position.
: to happen to…怎么样
Whatever became of our old friend? I haven’t heard from her in years.
I don’t know what became of my keys. I can’t find them anywhere.