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* accede to 同意、答應
I accede to my daughter’s request.
* accompanied by
* accompanied with
I was accompanied by my son to the post office.
All the new cars sold should be accompanied with a service manual.
* accord with
He said, “My heart accords with my tongue."
* account for
The UK and Germany web users accounted for almost two-thirds of all visits to retail web sites in Europe.
He has failed to account for his absence yesterday.
* accused by
* accused of
He was accused by his teacher for misconducts.
Adolf Hitler was accused of having murdered millions of Jews during World War II.
* ache for
His body ached for sleep, and his eyes were beginning to glaze.
* acquit of
The defendant was acquitted of all the charges.
* add on
You have to add the VAT on to the price they have quoted.
* agree with
(1) 表示同意的意思，對象為人； (2) 表示一致或符合的意思，對象為事或物
* agree to
* agree on
I agree with you
The copy agrees with the original.
His story agrees with mine.
I agree to your points of view.
They agreed to have a truce.
We agreed on the terms of the settlement.
* aim at
Some magazines are aimed at adults’ market only.
* angry with
* angry at
Don’t ever angry with customers.
The general public is getting angry at the price hikes.
* answer back
= talk back
You shouldn't talk back to your parents.
* apologize for
He apologized for being late.
* appropriate for
The government appropriated special funds for education.
This movie is not appropriate for children.
* argue with
* argue for
It’s useless to argue with you.
They are arguing for the outcome of the presidential election.
* arrive at
* arrive in
We arrived at the airport on time.
We arrived in the city by bus.
* ask about
* ask for
He asked me about your health.
We would like to ask for your assistance.