- 美 [rɪˈteɪn]
- 1.to keep someone or something
- 2.to remember ideas or information
- 3.to employ a professional person such as a lawyer or doctor by paying an amount of money called a retainer before the work is done
- 1.保留英语词根词缀记忆大全 ... odtain v 获得，达到 retain v 维持，保留 sustain v 支持；赡养 ...2.保持21世纪大学英语读写教程单词表(一) - 豆丁网 ... content n. [复数]目录；内容 retain vt. 保持，保留 revision n. 复习；修改 ...3.保有大学英语四级词汇表 ... resume vt. 恢复；重新开始 retain vt. 保持，保留，保有 retell vt. 再讲，重述，复述 ...4.保存近义词判断 ... claim 声称，需要 retain 保留，保存 potential 可能的，潜在的 ...5.维持英语词根词缀记忆大全 ... odtain v 获得，达到 retain v 维持，保留 sustain v 支持；赡养 ...6.记住新编大学英语单词表(第二册) - 豆丁网 ... repetition n. 重复 retain v. 记住 specifically ad. 特别， 专门 ...7.留住GRE词汇精选（核心词汇） ... retail 零售；n.零售 retain 保留，保持；留住 retainer 侍从 ...8.保留，保持690个英语四级高频词汇 ... nucleus n. 核 403. retain vt. 保留，保持 405. restrict vt. 限制，约束 406. ...
In small towns up to the approved personnel under I will be able to retain its franchise contract land, also allowed to transfer.
not a thing of all that had been theirs did she retain but the old seal and spoon. 'Pooh - I have as much of mother as father in me!
All that having been said, the domain objects still retain a lot of their POJO nature.
This allows you to retain messages for auditing purposes, or to perform compensating transactions if an error occurs.
Through obedience, Adam would retain life in the garden, but if he broke the covenant, he would suffer death.
Women are able to retain all property they owned prior to marriage in the case of divorce. However, this provision does not apply to men.
Analysts expect the country's auto market to retain the top spot this year and exceed sales in the U. S. by at least two million vehicles.
I'm trying to fashion some combination, one that allows me to retain my principles without having to file for bankruptcy.
I still retain the memories of flying just as if they were real-world memories.
To annex(a lesser state) to a greater state as a means of permitting the ruler of the lesser state to retain title and partial authority.
some of us are enthusiastic at times and a few even retain their eagerness for a day or a week.
'That said, many men lose around half their sense of smell by the age of 80 simply as a function of age. Women tend to retain it. '
How much of this array of assets will the US retain in this century?
But they have worked in countries that have been able to retain a manufacturing base, like Germany and parts of Northern Europe.
Even to set up such a committee would be controversial in most of Europe, especially where church leaders retain political clout.
The children retain their real father' s name, unless by legal adoption they take the name of the mother' s new husband.
The report said the financial fallout may continue for almost another year as companies tried and sometimes failed to retain staff.
paste , and drag and drop operations retain outlining information , but do not always persist the state of the collapsible region.
He would give a soul to you and retain his own as well; but this can never happen.
The U. S. is trying to retain the total medal supremacy (by its count) it's held since boycotting the 1980 Moscow Olympics.