动词过去式:deeded 过去分词:deeded 现在分词:deeding 第三人称单数:deeds
1 (fml 文) act; thing done 行动; 所做之事
*be rewarded for one's good deeds 因做好事而受到奖赏
* deeds of heroism 英雄事迹
* Deeds are better than words when people need help. 在需要帮助时, 行动胜于语言. =>Usage at act1 用法见act1.
2 (often pl 常作复数) (law 律) signed agreement, esp about the ownership of property or legal rights 契约, 证书（尤指有关房地产或合法权利者）.
[Language: Old English;Origin: dAd]
formal something someone does, especially something that is very good or very bad
After the morning's good deeds he deserved a rest.
She tried to strangle her baby and her lover helped her finish the evil deed .
law an official paper that is a record of an agreement, especially an agreement concerning who owns property
a mortgage deed
in what you do
Everyone sins at some time, in thought if not in deed.
your good deed for the day
something kind or helpful that you do - used humorously
1. Are you proud of your deed? 你以你的行为为荣吗?
2. I found a deed dated 5 September 1768 between two brothers, John and William Waller, transferring goods between them; on the second page were the words:"and also one Negro man slave named Toby." 我发现了一张于1768年9月5日签署的契据。该契据是在名叫约翰·沃勒和威廉·沃勒的两兄弟间在进行财产转移时签署的。在第2页写着：“还有一个名叫托比的黑人奴隶。”