A billiard-table must be perfectly even.台球桌必须十分平.
He spoke lightly in even tones.他以平和的语调温和地讲话。
Cars with license plates ending in even numbers must go in this way.牌照以偶数结尾的汽车必须走这条路。
He has an even chance of success.他成败的机会参半。
He didn’t even have the decency to show me the way.他甚至连指点我路的礼貌也没有。
Even the best of men ignored that simple rule.甚至最优秀的人也忽略了那条简单的规则。
Even as he spoke, she entered.正当他说话时，她进来了。
He even more likes to drink wine and not to like beer.他更愿意喝葡萄酒而不喜欢啤酒。
It was even as he said: the jewel was gone.正如他所说的，珠宝不翼而飞了
The path ran steeply up the hill and then evened out.这条路很陡，到山上就平坦了。
I will pay for the taxi , to even things up .我将付出租车费，以使得失相等。
I met him in town but he didn’t even acknowledge me.
He never even bothered to acknowledge her presence.
You can touch a hibernating animal, or even pull its tail, without causing it to move or wake up.
He had not even bought himself a new suit since coming to Beijing.
Even a child can answer it.
He didn’t answer even my letter.
The farmers grew too little to feed even their own families.
He is ready, even eager, to help you.
He looked depressed, even suicidal.
She taught him to read and even to sing two or three little ballads, accompanying him on her old piano.
He came back a real hero even in the eyes of those who had not cared for him before.
They were driven to work even when they were ill.
Thieves are afraid of being overheard even when they are talking in a whisper.
Ade never fetches out his best dishes even when guests arrive.
I still don’t believe in ghosts even after my experience at the Rose Inn.
You seem even more beautiful than usual today.
I dare say this will exercise an even wider influence than we expected.
The wind blew even harder yesterday than it did on Sunday.
We hope we can cooperate even more closely in the future.
On learning that her eldest son had laid down his life on the battlefield, the mother not only did her best to dam up her sorrows, but went in for her work even more energetically than ever before.
I can’t even remember the name of that old friend of mine.
We haven’t had any rain yet this year not even a light drizzle.
We must even this path—it’s so rough.
They evened the steep road.
The bulldozers are evening the hill top.
He evened the soil with a spade.
They have evened the lawn with a roller.
She evened the edges by trimming them.
Smith’s goal evened the score.
In the end we arrived at the even ground at the top of the mountain.
His even breathing showed that he had gotten over his excitement.
This wine cellar stays at an even temperature all year round.
He cut the bread into even slices.
2,4,6,8,10 are even numbers.2,4,6,8,10
The pages on the left side of a book have even numbers.
Thirteen is not divisible by any even number.13
It took a week of investigation to get an even reasonably accurate account of the accident.
She is an even tempered wife.
Her teeth were white and even.
I’d say the two players are prettily even.
The child’s pulse is now even.
Mr. Johnson has a lot of debts, but in a few years he will get even.
The two horses were even in the race.
The two boxers were even in strength and skill.
The picture is even with the window.
The water was even with the rim of the basin.
He won the first game and I won the second, so now I’m even with him.
He cut the bushes even with the fence.
He tried to keep his voice even.
用作副词(adv.)break even不盈不亏 show neither profit nor loss
even as正当…的时候 just at the same moment as
even if〔though〕即使,纵然 no matter if
even so虽然如此,即使如此 in spite of what has happened
even then尽管那样 though that is true
用作动词(v.)even between( v.+prep. )在…之间均等 be equal between two things
even between sb/sth
Odds have evened between the champions.
Odds have evened between the contestants for the championship.
even off〔out〕 (v.+adv.)(使)平稳; (使)均衡 become equal
The ground evens out on the other side of the mountain.
even sth ⇔ off〔out〕
He raked the soil to even it out.
The workers are busy evening out the surface of the road with a roller.
I’ll pay this time, you pay next; it’s evened off in the long run.
Prices should even out when the crops are gathered.
even sth ⇔ off〔out〕
We must even off the differences between social classes.
The reservoir can even out the flow of the river by controlling floods in rainy seasons and releasing water in dry periods.
If Jane would do some of Mary’s typing, that would even the work out.
It is much better if payments can be evened out on a monthly basis.
even up (v.+adv.)(使)相等 make sth more equal
even sth ⇔ up
You’ve paid for the meal,I’ll pay for the taxi to even things up.
Ten years had evened up their position.
If you two sit at the other table, that should even up our groups.
A little more weight on this side will even up the balance.
John did better in the maths exam than Jim and that evened up their marks.
The visitors evened up the score with an unexpected goal two minutes before half-time.
This payment should even up our account.
even up on( v.+adv.+prep. )〈美·非正〉回报 return a favour to sb
even up on sb
We can even up on Bill and Alice by look-ing after their children next week.
用作形容词(adj.)an even chance可能性相等 an equally balanced probability
be (get) even with向某人报复 have〔get〕 one’s revenge on sb
on an even keel(生活等)稳定 maintaining steady undisturbed progress (in life)
even off edges磨平边缘
even out the differences消除差别
even out the soil把土铲平
even up accounts结清账目
even up the groups使每组人数相等
even sth by trimming修整某物
even sth with sth用…磨平
even out的意思是“(使)平稳〔衡〕,压平”; even up的意思是“拉平,使相抵,使相等,使平衡”; even up on sb 的意思是“向某人报答”。
even在句中可用作定语,表语或补语。其比较级和最高级有evener, evenest和more even, most even两种形式。
He’s even rude to the police.
He can’t even write his own name.
Even you try again, you may not succeed.
Even I have not heard of her for a year.
I have not even heard of her for a year.
I have not heard of her even for a year.
Even so,she will do well not to be over-nervous.