VOA慢速英语(翻译+字幕+讲解):英国议会再次投票否决脱欧协议
日期:2019-03-13 15:52

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British Parliament Votes Down Brexit Deal Again
Britain's parliament has rejected for a second time Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal to leave the European Union.
British lawmakers voted 391 to 242 against May's plan Tuesday, 17 days before Britain is to withdraw from the political and economic alliance.
The vote meant Britain will have to choose: leaving the EU without a deal; delaying the March 29 departure date; or having a new Brexit vote.
May told lawmakers before the vote, "If this vote is not passed tonight, if this deal is not passed, then Brexit could be lost."
On Wednesday, lawmakers will vote on whether Britain should leave the world's biggest trading group without a deal. Business leaders warn that such an exit would cause severe disorder in markets and supply chains. Others say it could cause shortages of food and medicines.
Supporters of Brexit argue the withdrawal would permit Britain to succeed and negotiate new trade deals across the world.
However, parliament is expected to reject a "no-deal" Brexit as well. If so, lawmakers Thursday will then vote on whether to request a delay of the withdrawal to permit further talks.
After two and a half years of Brexit negotiation, both May and the EU have already ruled out any other changes to the deal.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Monday, "There will be no third chance. There will be no further interpretations of the interpretations, no further assurances of the reassurances if the ‘meaningful vote' tomorrow fails."
In 2016, 52 percent of Britons voted to leave the E.U. Forty-eight percent voted to remain in the group. The result has divided Britain over concerns about immigration and economic globalization.
Opponents fear that Brexit will leave Britain economically weaker and with reduced security capabilities. Supporters say it would let Britain control immigration and seize global opportunities.
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重点解析

1.supply chains 供应链

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Manufacturing supply chains in the US and Europe are showing signs of straining to cope with demand.
美国和欧洲的制造业供应链均出现了紧张应对需求的迹象gChqw,lOM8p

2.departure date 启程日期

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Has the departure date been fixed?
起程的日期定了吗?

3.trade deals 贸易协定

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Moreover, the EU has recently agreed trade deals with Canada, Singapore and South Korea.
此外,欧盟最近与加拿大、新加坡和韩国签署了贸易协定K1NGZd|*#ka(Tqt8M[rn

4.the European Union 欧盟

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Britain appears unlikely to break ranks with other members of the European Union.
英国看起来不会与欧盟的其他成员反目#P)sK).89PB|

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5.Britain's parliament has rejected for a second time Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal to leave the European Union.

for a second time 再次;第二次

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They questioned him Friday for a second time.
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If the deposits or remittances of the criminal suspects have been frozen, they shall not be frozen for a second time.
犯罪嫌疑人的存款、汇款已被冻结的,不得重复冻结XcalY86zXl;

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6.After two and a half years of Brexit negotiation, both May and the EU have already ruled out any other changes to the deal.

ruled out 排除

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Police have ruled out robbery as a motive for the killing.
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The possibility of suicide was ruled out.
自杀的可能性已被排除lEE]B;_1Ft7Lja

参考译文

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英国议会再次投票否决脱欧协议
英国议会再次否决了首相特蕾莎·梅的脱欧协议mry]ojPhI;)~i
周二,英国国会议员以391票对242票否决了首相的协议,17天后英国将退出这一政治、经济联盟s=+f%2RdoT
这次投票意味着英国将不得不做出以下选择:无协议脱欧;推迟3月29日的脱欧日期;或者举行新的脱欧公投rt;F4Z%2#.19jU
首相在投票前曾警告议员们,“如果今晚不通过这一投票,如果这项协议被否决,那么英国脱欧可能会失败3o,r,!h;xP]p*mianao。”
周三,议员们将就英国是否应该在无协议情况下脱离这个全球最大的贸易集团进行投票RY0]TYM@#+T*dW。商界领袖警告称,无协议脱欧将导致市场和供应链严重混乱QEr2M)+.[g)!zy!&We5。其他人表示,此举可能导致食品和药品短缺U8%BVk-[Ha_Q

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支持英国脱欧的人士辩称,脱欧将使英国获得成功,并在全球范围内就新的贸易协定进行谈判MKMO84vcXeHbv@N
然而,预计英国议会也将否决“无协议”脱欧J[!V+r]9N7bT。如果是这样,议员们周四将投票决定是否要求推迟脱欧日期,以便进行进一步的谈判jGLtAknLRvAVMLgIup1
经过两年半的脱欧谈判,梅首相和欧盟已经排除了对协议进行任何其他修改的可能性mY[Moilnq%BdWTK
周一,欧盟委员会主席容克表示,“不会再给第三次机会8(lS5r;WQH2。如果明天的‘有意义的投票’失败,就不会对这些解释作进一步解释,也不会对这些保证作进一步保证sTj3A@Mop%。”
2016年,52%的英国人投票支持脱离欧盟,48%的人投票支持留在欧盟2@@zF1u;U#&LAf。这一结果导致英国在移民和经济全球化问题上产生了分歧[M3KrZiB(AY9K4T4
反对者担心脱欧将进一步削弱英国经济,降低其安全能力!ZDMiB[i&19V!VL。支持者表示,脱欧将让英国控制移民并抓住全球机遇EOttxdA~qTu,
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重点单词
  • criminaladj. 犯罪的,刑事的,违法的 n. 罪犯
  • primeadj. 最初的,首要的,最好的,典型的 n. 青春,壮
  • severeadj. 剧烈的,严重的,严峻的,严厉的,严格的
  • negotiationn. 谈判,协商
  • motiveadj. 发动的,运动的,积极的,动机的 n. 动机,主
  • withdrawvt. 撤回,取回,撤退 vi. 退回,撤退,走开
  • permitn. 许可证,执照 v. 允许,许可
  • requestn. 要求,请求 vt. 请求,要求
  • departuren. 离开,出发,分歧
  • delayv. 耽搁,推迟,延误 n. 耽搁,推迟,延期