英 [hɪ'dʒemənɪ; -'ge-]
CET6+ TEM8 GRE
1. seek => hegemony.
2. seek => PIE root *sag- "to seek out, track down, trace" => heg- / hege- (like sist- => hist-) "to lead, guide" => hegemony.
5. hegemony→hege(→形近：huge 庞大的)+mony(→money 钱)→钱多，有经济实力→有了经济实力，就可以谋求霸权，所谓有奶便是娘，有钱才是老大，有钱就是爷，就像今天的美国一样，美元霸权。
- hegemony:  Hegemony ‘dominating influence of one nation over another’ etymologically denotes ‘leadership’. It was borrowed from Greek hēgemoníā ‘authority, rule’, a derivative of the verb hegeisthai ‘lead’ (to which English seek is distantly related).
- hegemony (n.)
- 1560s, from Greek hegemonia "leadership, a leading the way, a going first;" also "the authority or sovereignty of one city-state over a number of others," as Athens in Attica, Thebes in Boeotia; from hegemon "leader," from hegeisthai "to lead," perhaps originally "to track down," from PIE *sag-eyo-, from root *sag- "to seek out, track down, trace" (see seek). Originally of predominance of one city state or another in Greek history; in reference to modern situations from 1860, at first of Prussia in relation to other German states.
- 1. The final key to Europe's world hegemony was her military superiority.
- 2. We will never seek hegemony.
- 3. Britain, France, the United States and Japan all aspired to hegemony after the end of World War I.
- 第一次世界大战后,英 、 法 、 美、日都想争夺霸权.
- 4. China will never seek hegemony and never go in for expansion.
来自汉英非文学 - 十六大报告
- 5. British seapower, after two centuries of hegemony, vanished from the Indian Ocean.
- 掌握了两个世纪霸权的英国海军, 在印度洋上销声匿迹了.
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