say sth firmly and clearly
say solemnly; say in order to show that one has no doubt
make a full statement of (property for which tax may be owed to the government)
"He declared that he needed more money to carry out the task he was charged with"
"The President declared war"
"He declared that he was innocent"
"She was declared incompetent"
"judge held that the defendant was innocent"
"Do you have anything to declare?"
"His wife declared at once for moving to the West Coast"
Lewis declared it was hot..and went out to order Edward a drink.
出自： E. Bowen
The charter..declared..that the presidency..was to be inherited.
出自： K. Vonnegut
They declared against the foreign policy of the government.
The students declared against cheating.
学生们表示反对作弊。 declare oneself against sth
They declared themselves against the plan.
They declared themselves against the new rules.
I declare myself against the project.
A small group declared for the king.
The electors declared for their present Member of Parliament.
I declare for his idea.
The workers declared for the offer of increased pay and holidays.
工人们拥护提高工资、延长假期的提议。 declare oneself for sth
They declared themselves for the plan.
When the proposal was put to a vote, they all declared themselves for it.
Do you declare yourself for my idea?
We declared ourselves for the immediate convocation of the meeting.
I declare myself for the suggestion.
If you insist, we have to declare the meeting off.
I have declared the plan off.
We have to declare the game off because of the weather.
The public meeting has been declared off.
The plane to Kunming has been declared off.
The match was declared off.
The war was declared off.
The politician declared his views to a group of reporters from radio, television and the newspapers.
He declared his view to the new plan.
他就这项新计划阐明了自己的观点。 declare to sb/sth that-clause
Brett declared to us that he had done the work himself.
The foreign minister declared in a statement to the press that he would never submit to blackmail.
外长在向新闻界发表的声明中宣称他决不屈服于讹诈。 declare sth to sb
You'd better declare the diamonds to the official.
Didn't you declare the TV set to them?
I only declare the radio to them.
They declared the goods to the government.
误 In his last essay On Death Lu Hsun declared never to forgive a single one of his enemies.
正 In his last essay On Death Lu Hsun declared that he would never forgive a single one of his enemies.
误 The Arab people declared to fight to a finish.
正 The Arab people declared that they would fight to a finish.
误 To declare war with the small island state looks like the action of a cowardly nation.
正 To declare war against the small island state looks like the action of a cowardly nation.
正 To declare war on the small island state looks like the action of a cowardly nation.
析 declare war against〔on〕的意思是“向…宣战”“重申制止”,其介词不可用with。