right; suitable; correct
belonging only or especially to; natural to
according to or respecting social conventions; respectable
strictly so called; itself
"proper medical treatment"
"wanted a proper dinner; not just a snack"
"he finally has a proper job"
"the city proper"
"his claim is connected with the deed proper"
"everything in its proper place"
"the right man for the job"
"she is not suitable for the position"
A certain number of peculiarities in their system of vowels and consonants: these must have been proper to the original Anglo-Frisian language.
出自： P. Sipma
It is a proper mountain, not a hill.
误 Moisture is the climate proper for the South.
正 Moisture is the climate proper to the South.
析 表示“…所特有的”,一般说proper to...,介词to不可改成for。
误 The proper city is half the size of the metropolitan area.
正 The city proper is half the size of the metropolitan area.
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