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v. to cause someone or something to be in a particular state
v. to change words into a different language or form
v. to give something such as a service, a personal opinion or expression, or a performance of a song or poem, etc. to people
His rudeness rendered me speechless.
She is rendering the book into English
They rendered assistance to the disaster victims.
rendering n. 表演；翻译作品
n. a king or queen
adj. having the highest power or being completely independent
In March 1889, she became the first British sovereign to set foot on Spanish soil.
1889 年 3 月，她成为靠前位踏上西班牙领土的英国君主。
Sovereign power is said to lie with the people in some countries, and with a ruler in others.据说，在一些中很高统治权归于人民，而在另一些则掌握在统治者手中。
sovereignty n. 主权
v. to get control or influence
v. to be common among a group of people or area at a particular time
And did reason prevail over (= become a more powerful influence than) emotion?
This attitude still prevails among the middle classes.
prevalent adj. 流行的，普遍存在的
prevalence n. 流行，盛行
n. the fact that someone is likely to behave in a particular way, especially a bad way
She hasn't reckoned on his propensity for violence.
n. government by a ruler or small group of people who have unlimited power over the people in their country or state and use it unfairly and cruelly
This, the president promised us, was a war against tyranny.
tyrant n. 专制者，专制君主
tyrannical adj. 专制的
tyrannize v. 专横地对待