- v. 安撫；緩和；平息；姑息
- vt. 使平息; 使滿足 make calm or satisfy
cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of;
"She managed to mollify the angry customer"
overcome or allay;
"quell my hunger"
make peace with
- Chamberlain tried to appease Hitler at Munich.
- His attempts to appease her only added fuel to the fire.
- State governments are left scrabbling to appease ruraldisgruntlement rather than investing in efforts to lift theproductivity of land and labour.
- Many in the New Republic began to turn against the Jedi in an effort to appease the Yuuzhan Vong and blunt their destructive incursions.
- It can be equally rash to lie down and try to appease it.
- It is a blunder for them to try to appease the aggressor.
- State-run media in Egypt said Mr. Bush aims to do nothing but appease Israel.
- He tried to appease the crying child by giving him candy.
- Water appeases thirst.
- The boy appeased his father and went back home.
- Her stomach is appeased.
- appease只用作及物動詞,后可接名詞或代詞作賓語; appease可用于被動結構。
- appeasement n. 平息；緩解；姑息