vi.赞成,满意 vt.批准,通过 v.批准
副词:approvingly 动词过去式:approved 过去分词:approved 现在分词:approving 第三人称单数:approves 形容词:approvable
prob,prov＝to test,to try（试）,to examine（检查;考试）
1 [I, Ipr] ~ (of sb/sth) say, show or feel that sth is good or acceptable or satisfactory 赞成; 认可; 满意; 同意
*She doesn't want to take her new boy-friend home in case her parents don't approve (of him). 她不愿把新男朋友带回家, 怕父母看不中（他）.
* I approve of your trying to earn some money, but please don't neglect your studies. 我同意你去挣一些钱, 可是请不要误了功课.
2 [Tn] confirm (sth); accept 批准（某事物）; 通过
*The minutes of the last meeting were approved. 上次会议记录已获得通过.
* The auditors approved the company's accounts. 审计员核准了公司的帐目.
1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin:
aprover, from Latin
approbare, from ad- 'to'
+ probare 'to prove'
to officially accept a plan, proposal etc The conference approved a proposal for a referendum. [I]
to think that someone or something is good, right, or suitable
≠ disapproveapprove of Catherine's parents now approve of her marriage. I don't approve of cosmetic surgery.
1. His mother could not approve of her son's affection for a woman she had never met, but Bartholdi went ahead and married his love in 1876. 他母亲不赞成自己的儿子和一个她没有见过的女子恋爱，然而巴托尔迪不为所动，毅然和心中所爱于1876年结为伉俪。
2. I approve of your trying to earn some money. 我同意你去挣一些钱, 可是请不要误了功课.