英文释义 (adjective) Not based on a foundation of fact; unnecessary, lacking real authority./ If you describe something as unwarranted, you are critical of it because there is no need or reason for it. 不必要的; 无端的/ without a basis in reason or fact
例句 EXAMPLE: I have known and trusted our accountant for many years, so I believe your suspicions of his dishonesty are quite unwarranted.
Any attempt to discuss the issue of human rights was rejected as an unwarranted interference in the country's internal affairs.
短语 to put something on the back burner
英文释义 (IDIOM) To delay something by making it a low priority. (NOTE: "burner" refers to the heating element of a stove)
例句 EXAMPLE: I was disappointed when our management team decided to put my favorite project on the back burner, because I knew it would be a full year before they reconsidered their decision.