v.安装( install的过去式和过去分词 ); 安顿; 安置; 使…正式就职
1. A new Catholic bishop was installed in Galway yesterday.
2. Before her husband's death she had installed herself in a modern villa.
3. Plumbing and electrics are installed to a high standard.
4. Security cameras have been installed to guard against poachers.
5. He installed rain gutters and downspouts.
6. The company installed a $650,000 computer system.
7. He's getting a phone installed tomorrow.
8. A professionally installed alarm will cost from about ￡500.
9. He has just installed himself in his new office.
10. A cordless telephone has been installed in the house.
vt.安装; 安顿，安置; 任命; 使…正式就职
1. Another change that Sue made was to install central heating.
2. The army has promised to install a new government within a week.
3. The unit is comparatively easy to install and cheap to operate.
4. They will install a heating and lighting system in our house.
5. It was said that he went to great expense to install a lift in the building.
6. Their first job was to rewire the whole house and install central heating.
7. The simplest way to install a shower is to fit one over the bath.
8. It would cost about £3,000 to install a new heating system in a flat such as theirs.
9. The shower is easy to install — it needs only to be connected up to the hot and cold water supply.
10. It is a movement that threatens the choice of the people and threatens to install a theocratic state.