- [ə'sju:m, ə'su:m]
- vt. 承担；假定；采取；呈现
- 1.The problem has assumed a new form.
- 2.Also, business plans often assume it will be easy to gain a share of a large or fast-growing market.
- 3.People assume that if God were to talk directly with you, God would not sound like the fella next door.
- 1.take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof
- 2.take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities
- 3.take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect
- 4.take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person
- 5.occupy or take on
- 6.seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession
- 7.make a pretence of
- 8.take up someone's soul into heaven
- 9.put clothing on one's body
- 假设; 承担（责任）; 承担; 假定;
- assume obligations
- assume vt
- Assume Formlessness
- 无招胜有招; 无招胜有招（我跟狗狗智慧的结晶，吼吼）; 无招胜有招（我跟狗狗智慧的结晶，吼吼;
- assume office
- 就任; 就任，就职，就位; 就职; 上任;