demarche

[de'mɑrʃ]
  • n. 手段;行动新方针
  • n. (Demarche)人名;(法)德马尔什
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demarche (n.)
1650s, "walk, step," from French démarche (15c.) literally "gait, walk, bearing," from démarcher (12c.) "to march," from de- (see de-) + marcher (see march (v.)). Meaning "a diplomatic step" attested from 1670s. A word never quite anglicized.
1. The prevent and control demarche of the government played a significant role for peoples'psychological stabilization.
调查期间政府的防控措施对稳定民众心理起到了重要作用.

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2. Hitler's attack on Russia , shortly after his pact with Stalin, was a stunning demarche.
希特勒在与斯大林签约后不久进攻俄国, 是一项令人震惊的政策变换.

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