英 [ˈedʒukeɪt] 美 [ˈɛdʒəˌket]
及物/不及物动词 教育，教导; 训练，培养
1. She was educated in England in the 1930s.
2. School teachers educate children.
3. I was educated for the law.
1. Junior Achievement is an international movement to educate young people about business and economics.
2. An environmentalist in Shanghai is seeking business partners to educate people about green issues and form enterprises that dispose of waste safely.
3. School education should act as insurance for children's moral cultivation even if parents educate their wards in matters of humanity and morality.
4. Cadet colleges in Pakistan are usually run by retired military officers and educate teenagers.
5. My hotfooted friend was making candid movies to educate the public about how to lend assistance to emergency callers while protecting your phone.
6. The Party shall launch a nationwide campaign to educate its members for the improvement of its ruling capacity.
7. The torch will carry on and the journey will educate the over a billion Chinese people about the world and the world about China.
8. " Our local partners help educate us on special flavors needed for making authentic Chinese food, " Moss said.
9. The government should budget more money to educate citizens and hire more officers to enforce civilized behavior.
1. We should educate our students how to behave.
2. Always flaunted their children to educate our own point.
3. LCP is making use of Kodak business development services to educate its salesforce in successfully selling digital printing products.
4. Conservationists will increase their efforts to educate coffee drinkers about how they can help.
5. Education and reference software is used to educate and entertain.