第三人称单数： secures 现在分词： securing 过去式： secured 过去分词： secured
派生词： securely （adv.）
记忆技巧：se 分开 + cur 跑，引申为“发生” + e → 分开走 → 安全的
1.Federal leaders continued their efforts to secure a ceasefire
2.Staff withdrew from the main part of the prison but secured the perimeter
3.We shall make sure our home is as secure as possible from now on.
4.He helped her close the cases up, and then he secured the canvas straps as tight as they would go
5.Senior citizens long for a more predictable and secure future.
1.That is a secure foothold.
2.This is a secure hiding place.
1.Foreign tourists feel happily secure while visiting the city.
2.His shackles were secure.
3.Your future in the company is secure.
S+be+secure+ prep. -phrase
1.You are secure from danger here.
2.We are secure of victory.
1.Make the windows secure before leaving the house.
1.Secure the prisoner so that he won't escape again.
2.Secure all the doors and windows before leaving the house.
3.The novel secured her reputation.
1.He will secure that there shall be no difficulty.
1.How do you secure what you want?
S+secure+ pron./n. + n./pron.
1.Can you secure me two good seats for the concert?
2.His services secured him a reward at length.
S+secure+ n./pron. +for pron./n.
1.Please secure a ticket for me.
2.Will you secure a seat for me?
3.First she secured a good location for her new business.
secure against〔from〕 (v.+prep.)
保护…使免于 make (sth) safe from a (danger)
feel secure 感到安全
secure about 对…放心
secure against〔from〕 免受…(侵害等)的
secure in 在…方面牢固的
secure of 有信心,认为…靠得住
secure end 达到目的
secure sb's reputation 维护某人的声望
secure the windows 关紧窗户
secure blamelessly 无过错地获得
secure conditionally 有条件地获得
secure effectually 有效地获得
secure eventually 最终获得
secure fortunately 幸运地获得
secure legitimately 合法地获得
secure privately 秘密地获得
secure promptly 迅速握紧
secure questionably 可疑地获得
secure triumphantly 胜利地获得
secure against 使…免受
secure oneself against accidents 投保人身意外险
secure borders against attack 保证边界不受攻击
secure against loss 防止损失
secure the village against floods 使村庄免受水灾
secure a harbour against waves 使港口免受浪潮冲击
secure from 使…免受
secure the house from burglary 保护房屋以免遭窃
secure from loss 防止损失
1.She found it difficult to secure a job in her own country.
2.Just lengthening that second stage of full-time work may secure the financial assets needed for a 100-year life, but such persistent work will inevitably exhaust precious intangible assets such as productive skills, vitality, happiness, and friendship.
2019年6月四级真题（第一套）阅读 Section B
3.Further complicating my college search was a flourishing track career—I wanted to keep running but my times weren't quite fast enough to secure a scholarship.
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4.living in slums means they don't have infrastructure to take the garbage away, they don't have secure water supplies to drink.
2017年6月六级真题（第二套）听力 Section C
5.Afterwards, she and her father secured their first business meeting with a supermarket owner, who finally agreed to sell Moore's product—cancandy.
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6.Next, cover the hole with the plastic sheet, securing the edges of the plastic with dirt and weighting the sheet's center down with a rock.
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7.Since our chief business with them is to enable them to share in a common life we cannot help considering whether or no we are forming the powers which will secure this ability.
8.Religious associations began, for example, in the desire to secure the favor of overruling powers and to ward off evil influences; family life in the desire to gratify appetites and secure family perpetuity; systematic labor, for the most part, because of enslavement to others, etc.