形容词:certificatory 动词过去式:certificated 过去分词:certificated 现在分词:certificating 第三人称单数:certificates
n official written or printed statement that may be used as proof or evidence of certain facts 证（明）书
*a `birth/ `marriage/ `death certificate 出生[结婚/死亡]证书
* an examination certificate, ie proving that sb has passed an examination 及格证明书.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French;Origin: certificat, from Late Latin, past participle of certificare; CERTIFY]
an official document that states that a fact or facts are true
(=giving details of someone's birth, death, or marriage)
an official paper stating that you have completed a course of study or passed an examination
a degree certificate
1. "For me," says seventeen - year - old Gloria Marcato, "it's more important to learn to speak English and to live through this experience than it is to receive a certificate from the American government." "对我来说，" 17岁的格洛里亚·马卡托说: "学会讲英语及体验这种经历比从美国政府那里拿到一张证书更为重要。"
2. At the end of each semester, as long as the students pass final exams, American authorities grant a certificate, which is recognized in Brazil. 在每个学期结束时，只要这些学生能通过期末考试，美国当局就会向他们颁发证书，巴西是承认这种证书的。
3. Let me see your driving- licence and your insurance certificate. 让我看看你的驾驶执照和保险证明.