prep.在 ... 之中；...之一
prep.在 ... 之中；...之一
Someone or something that is situated or movingamong a group of things or people is surrounded by them.
e.g. ...youths in their late teens sittingamong adults...
e.g. They walkedamong the crowds in Red Square.
If you areamong people of a particular kind, you are with them and having contact with them.
e.g. Things weren't so bad, after all. I wasamong friends again...
e.g. I was brought upamong people who read and wrote a lot.
If someone or something isamong a group, they are a member of that group and share its characteristics.
e.g. A fifteen year old girl wasamong the injured...
e.g. Alsoamong the speakers was the new American ambassador to Moscow.
If you want to focus on something that is happening within a particular group of people, you can say that it is happeningamong that group.
e.g. Homicide is the leading cause of deathamong black men...
e.g. Unemployment is quite high, especiallyamong young people.
If something happensamong a group of people, it happens within the whole of that group or between the members of that group.
e.g. The calls for reform come as intense debate continuesamong the leadership over the next five-year economic plan...
e.g. I am sick of all the quarrellingamong politicians who should be concentrating on vital issues.
If something such as a feeling, opinion, or situation existsamong a group of people, most of them have it or experience it.
e.g. The biggest fearamong parents thinking of using the Internet is that their children will be exposed to pornography...
e.g. The resort is popularamong ski enthusiasts.
You useamong before a noun to mention a group when talking about a smaller group within it.
e.g. Among those 18 and over, 510,000 benefit claimants were not unemployed...
e.g. Among the varieties available, my preference stays with the old and lovely pink-flowered variety, 'Apple Blossom'.
If something applies to a particular person or thingamong others, it also applies to other people or things.
e.g. ...a news conference attendedamong others by our foreign affairs correspondent...
e.g. She knew many theatrical personalities and had worked,among others, with George Bernard Shaw.
If something is sharedamong a number of people, some of it is given to all of them.
e.g. Most of the furniture was left to the neighbours or distributedamong friends...
e.g. She tried to ensure her affection was equally sharedamong all three children.
If people talk, fight, or agreeamong themselves, they do it together, without involving anyone else.
e.g. European farm ministers disagreeamong themselves...
e.g. The directors have been arguingamong themselves.
1. 在...当中：They are walking along the river. 他们沿着河行走. |among 在...当中. | He is the tallestamong them. 他是他们当中个子最高的.
2. 在...之中：ambitious有野心的 有抱负的 雄心勃勃的 |among在..之中 | amount数量 数额 总额
3. 在...中间(两者以上)：between 在两者之间 |among 在...中间(两者以上) | across 横穿[在物体表面横穿]
Among the bubbling blood.出自：Sir W. Scott
He saw once more his dark-eyed queen Among her children stand.出自：Longfellow
And saplings root among the broken stone.出自：Yeats
If I heard it, even among a thousand others, I should recognise her voice.出自：D. du Maurier
There is a screech from among the gooseberry bushes.出自：Day Lewis
BookCrossing is part of a trendamong people who want to get back to the "real" and not the virtual(虚拟).
The next time you find yourselfamong strangers, consider that small talk is worth the trouble.
Among the works and masterworks on exhibition the visitor will find the best pieces, most importantly the Persistence of Memory.
在展出的作品和代表作之中, 参观者能一览最佳杰作, 其中最重要的是《记忆的坚持》。
It caused conflictsamong tech giants.
Obesity has risenamong adults and children.
Evenamong those who got a cold, the ones who felt greater social support and received more frequent hugs had less severe symptoms.
1. You are only oneamong many who need help.
2. They liveamong the mountains.
3. They foughtamong themselves.
4. Shenyang isamong the largest industrial cities in China.
5. She isamong my most welcome visitors.