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  • 741 noble

    1. कुलीन
    Nehru belonged to a family of noble descent.
    2. नीतिवान
    Martin Luther King died for a noble cause.
    1. कुलीन\nobleमनुष्य
    He is noble and easily approachable.

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  • 742 celebrate

    celebrate cele∙brate verb 1. to show that a day or an event is important by doing sth special on it • 庆祝;庆贺: ▪ [V]
    »Jakeˈs passed his exams. Weˈre going out to celebrate.
    ▪ [VN]
    »We celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary in Florence.
    我们在佛罗伦萨庆祝结婚 25 周年。
    »How do people celebrate New Year in your country?
    2. [VN] to perform a religious ceremony, especially the Christian Communion service • 主持宗教仪式(尤指圣餐) 3. [VN] (formal) to praise sb / sth • 赞美;颂扬;歌颂:
    »a movie celebrating the life and work of Martin Luther King
    颂扬马丁 · 路德 · 金生平事迹的影片
    * * *
    v. 慶祝, 祝賀, 表揚, 讚美, 舉行

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  • 743 civil rights

    civil rights ˌcivil ˈrights noun [pl.] • the rights that every person in a society has, for example to be treated equally, to be able to vote, work, etc. whatever their sex, race or religion • 公民权:
    »the civil rights leader Martin Luther King
    民权领袖马丁 · 路德 · 金
    * * *
    民事權利, 公民權利

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  • 744 compare

    compare com∙pare verb 1. (abbr. cf., cp.) • [VN] compare A and B | compare A with / to B to examine people or things to see how they are similar and how they are different • 比较;对比:
    »It is interesting to compare their situation and ours.
    »We compared the ten reports carefully.
    »We carefully compared the first report with the second.
    »My own problems seem insignificant compared with other peopleˈs.
    »Standards in health care have improved enormously compared to 40 years ago.
    与 40 年前相比,衞生保健的水平得到了极大提高。
    2. [V] compare with / to sb / sth to be similar to sb / sth else, either better or worse • 与…类似(或相似):
    »This school compares with the best in the country (= it is as good as them).
    »This house doesnˈt compare with our previous six (= it is not as good).
    »Iˈve had some difficulties, but they were nothing compared to yours (= they were not nearly as bad as yours).
    »Their prices compare favourably with those of their competitors.
    3. [VN] compare A to B to show or state that sb / sth is similar to sb / sth else • 表明…与…相似;将…比作:
    »The critics compared his work to that of Martin Amis.
    评论家把他的作品和马丁 · 埃米斯的相提并论。
    【IDIOMS】 compare ˈnotes (with sb) • if ten or more people compare notes, they each say what they think about the same event, situation, etc. • (与…)交换看法(或意见等) noun beyond / without comˈpare (literary) better than anything else of the same kind • 无与伦比;举世无双
    * * *
    v. 比較, 相比, 比喻 n.比較

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  • 745 Du Gard

    迪加爾(Roger Martin, 1881-1958, 法國作家, 曾獲1937年諾貝爾文學獎)

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  • 746 friend

    friend friend noun ›› PERSON YOU LIKE 喜欢的人 1. a person you know well and like, and who is not usually a member of your family • 朋友;友人:
    »This is my friend Tom.
    »Is he a friend of yours ?
    »Sheˈs an old friend (= I have known her a long time).
    »Heˈs one of my best friends.
    »a close / good friend
    »a childhood / family / lifelong friend
    »I heard about it through a friend of a friend.
    »She has a wide circle of friends.
    --› see also boyfriend, fair-weather, false friend, girlfriend, penfriend, school friend, befriend ›› SUPPORTER 支持者 2. a person who supports an organization, a charity, etc., especially by giving or raising money; a person who supports a particular idea, etc. • 赞助者;支持者:
    »the Friends of St Martinˈs Hospital
    »a friend of democracy
    ›› NOT ENEMY 不是敌人 3. a person who has the same interests and opinions as yourself, and will help and support you • 自己人;同志;同伙;同盟者:
    »Youˈre among friends here—you can speak freely.
    ›› SILLY / ANNOYING PERSON 愚蠢的/讨厌的人 4. (ironic) used to talk about sb you do not know who has done sth silly or annoying • (指做傻事或烦人的事而说话者不认识的人):
    »I wish our friend at the next table would shut up.
    ›› IN PARLIAMENT / COURT 议会;法庭 5. (in Britain 英国) used by a member of parliament to refer to another member of parliament or by a lawyer to refer to another lawyer in a court of law • (议员间或律师间的一种称呼)朋友,阁下,同仁:
    »my honourable friend, the member for Henley (= in the House of Commons)
    »my noble friend (= in the House of Lords)
    »my learned friend (= in a court of law)
    ›› IN RELIGION 宗教 6. Friend a member of the Society of Friends • (新教)公谊会成员 【SYN】 Quaker 【IDIOMS】 be / make ˈfriends (with sb) • to be / become a friend of sb • 是/成为(某人的)朋友:
    »Weˈve been friends for years.
    »They had a quarrel, but theyˈre friends again now.
    »Simon finds it hard to make friends with other children.
    be (just) good ˈfriends • used to say that two friends are not having a romantic relationship with each other • (无恋爱关系)(只)是好朋友 a ˌfriend in ˈneed (is a ˌfriend inˈdeed) •(saying) a friend who gives you help when you need it (is a true friend) • 患难的朋友(才是真正的朋友);患难之交(见真情) have ˌfriends in high ˈplaces • to know important people who can help you • 有位高权重的朋友;有贵人相助 --› more at man n.
    * * *
    n. 朋友, 贊助者, 助手

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  • 747 know

    know know verb (knew known) (not used in the progressive tenses 不用于进行时) ›› HAVE INFORMATION 知悉 1. know (of / about sth) to have information in your mind as a result of experience or because you have learned or been told it • 知道;知悉;了解: ▪ [VN]
    »Do you know his address?
    »The cause of the fire is not yet known.
    »All I know is that she used to work in a bank (= I have no other information about her).
    ▪ [V (that)]
    »I know (that) peopleˈs handwriting changes as they get older.
    ▪ [VN that]
    »It is widely known that CFCs can damage the ozone layer.
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »I knew where he was hiding.
    »I didnˈt know what he was talking about.
    ▪ [V]
    »ˈYouˈve got a flat tyre.ˈ ˈI know.ˈ
    "你的车胎瘪了。" "我知道。"
    »ˈWhatˈs the answer?ˈ ˈI donˈt know.ˈ
    "答案是什么?" "我不知道。"
    »ˈThereˈs no six in.ˈ ˈ How do you know? ˈ
    "一个人都没有。" "你怎么知道呢?"
    »You know about Amandaˈs baby, donˈt you?
    »I donˈt know about you, but Iˈm ready for something to eat.
    »I know of at least ten people who did the same thing.
    »ˈIs anyone else coming?ˈ ˈ Not that I know of. ˈ
    "还有别的人要来吗?" "据我所知没有了。"
    »ˈIsnˈt that his car?ˈ ˈ I wouldnˈt know. / How should I know? (= I donˈt know and I am not the person you should ask.) ˈ
    "那不是他的汽车吗?" "我怎么会知道呢?"
    »(informal) ˈWhat are you ten whispering about?ˈ ˈ You donˈt want to know (= because you would be shocked or wouldnˈt approve).ˈ
    "你们俩在说什么悄悄话?" "你还是不知道的好。"
    ▪ [V to inf]
    »Does he know to come here (= that he should come here) first?
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »We know her to be honest.
    »Two women are known to have died.
    --› see also need-to-know ›› REALIZE 意识到 2. to realize, understand or be aware of sth • 认识到;懂得;意识到: ▪ [V (that)]
    »As soon as I walked in the room I knew (that) something was wrong.
    »She knew she was dying.
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »I knew perfectly well what she meant.
    »I know exactly how you feel.
    ▪ [VN]
    »This case is hopeless and he knows it (= although he will not admit it).
    ▪ [V]
    »ˈMartin was lying all the time.ˈ ˈ I should have known.ˈ
    "马丁一直在撒谎。" "我本该察觉到的。"
    ›› FEEL CERTAIN 确信 3. to feel certain about sth • 确信;确知;肯定: ▪ [V (that)]
    »He knew (that) he could trust her.
    »I know itˈs here somewhere!
    »I donˈt know that I can finish it by next week.
    ▪ [VN]
    »ˈYou were right—someoneˈs been spreading rumours about you.ˈ ˈI knew it!ˈ
    "你说得对——有人一直在散布你的谣言。" "我早就知道!"
    ▪ [V]
    »ˈSheˈs the worst player in the team.ˈ ˈOh, I donˈt know (= I am not sure that I agree) —she played well yesterday.ˈ
    "她是最糟的队员。" "哦,是吗?—— 她昨天表现可不错。"
    --› see also donˈt-know ›› BE FAMILIAR 熟悉 4. [VN] to be familiar with a person, place, thing, etc. • 熟悉;认识;了解:
    »Iˈve known David for 20 years.
    我认识戴维已有 20 年了。
    »Do you ten know each other (= have you met before) ?
    »Sheˈs very nice when you get to know her.
    »Knowing Ben, we could be waiting a long time (= it is typical of him to be late).
    »This man is known to the police (= as a criminal).
    »I know Paris well.
    »Do you know the play (= have you seen or read it before) ?
    »The new rules could mean the end of football as we know it (= in the form that we are familiar with).
    ›› REPUTATION 名声 5. know sb / sth as sth | know sb / sth for sth [usually passive] to think that sb / sth is a particular type of person or thing or has particular characteristics • 把…看作是;认为…是: ▪ [VN]
    »Itˈs known as the most dangerous part of the city.
    »She is best known for her work on the human brain.
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »Heˈs known to be an outstanding physicist.
    ›› GIVE NAME 命名 6. [VN] know sb / sth as sth [usually passive] to give sb / sth a particular name or title • 将…称为;把…叫做:
    »The drug is commonly known as Ecstasy.
    »Peter Wilson, also known as ˈthe Tigerˈ.
    彼得 · 威尔逊,也称"老虎"。
    ›› RECOGNIZE 认出 7. [VN] to be able to recognize sb / sth • 能认出;能辨认出:
    »I couldnˈt see who was speaking, but I knew the voice.
    »She knows a bargain when she sees one.
    ›› DISTINGUISH 区分 8. [VN] know sb / sth from sb / sth to be able to distinguish six person or thing from another • 能区分;能分辨 【SYN】 differentiate:
    »I hope we have taught our children to know right from wrong.
    ›› SKILL / LANGUAGE 技能;语言 9. to have learned a skill or language and be able to use it • 学会;掌握: ▪ [VN]
    »Do you know any Japanese?
    ▪ [V wh-]
    »Do you know how to use spreadsheets?
    ›› EXPERIENCE 经历 10. (only used in the perfect tenses 仅用于完成时) to have seen, heard or experienced sth • 看到过;听到过;经历过 ▪ [VN inf VN to inf]
    »Iˈve never known it (to) snow in July before.
    ▪ [VN to inf]
    »He has been known to spend all morning in the bathroom.
    11. [VN] to have personal experience of sth • 亲身体验;亲身经历:
    »He has known both poverty and wealth.
    »She may be successful now, but she has known what it is like to be poor.
    【IDIOMS】 before you know where you ˈare • very quickly or suddenly • 瞬息之间;转眼间;一下子:
    »We were whisked off in a taxi before we knew where we were.
    be not to ˈknow • to have no way of realizing or being aware that you have done sth wrong • 无从知道,并不知道(做错了事):
    »ˈIˈm sorry, I called when you were in bed.ˈ ˈDonˈt worry—you werenˈt to know.ˈ
    "对不起,你睡觉时打电话打扰你了。" "别在意——你不是故意的嘛。"
    for all you, I, they, etc. know • (informal) used to emphasize that you do not know sth and that it is not important to you • (强调不知道对自己无关紧要的事)不知道,说不定,亦未可知:
    »She could be dead for all I know.
    God / goodness / Heaven knows (informal) 1. used to emphasize that you do not know sth • (强调不知道)谁知道,天晓得:
    »God knows what else they might find.
    »ˈWhere are they?ˈ ˈGoodness knows.ˈ
    "他们在哪儿?" "天晓得。"
    【HELP】Some people may find the use of God knows offensive. • 有人可能认为用 God knows 含冒犯意。 2. used to emphasize the truth of what you are saying • (强调所言属实)老天作证,确实,的确:
    »She ought to pass the exam—goodness knows sheˈs been working hard enough.
    I donˈt know how, why, etc.... • (informal) used to criticize sbˈs behaviour • (批评某人的行为)真想不到,真不知道:
    »I donˈt know how you can say things like that.
    I know (informal) 1. used to agree with sb or to show sympathy • (表示同意或同情)我理解,我有同感,我知道:
    »ˈWhat a ridiculous situation!ˈ ˈI know.ˈ
    "这境况真荒唐!" "的确是。"
    2. used to introduce a new idea or suggestion • (引出新的想法或建议)我有个主意(或办法、建议):
    »I know, letˈs see whatˈs on at the theatre.
    know sth as well as ˈI do • used to criticize sb by saying that they should realize or understand sth • (用以批评)其实完全明白,哪会不知道,知道得很清楚:
    »You know as well as I do that youˈre being unreasonable.
    know sb / sth ˈbackwards •(informal, especially BrE) to know sb / sth extremely well • 对…了如指掌(或倒背如流);把…背得滚瓜烂熟:
    »She must know the play backwards by now.
    know ˈbest • to know what should be done, etc. better than other people • 最懂得,最知道,比谁都明白(该怎么做,等等):
    »The doctor told you to stay in bed, and she knows best.
    know better (than that / than to do sth) • to be sensible enough not to do sth • 明白事理(而不至于);不至于糊涂到:
    »He knows better than to judge by appearances.
    know sb by ˈsight • to recognize sb without knowing them well • 与某人面熟 know ˈdifferent / ˈotherwise •(informal) to have information or evidence that the opposite is true • 所知道的不是那么回事;所掌握的情况大不一样(或大相迳庭):
    »He says he doesnˈt care about what the critics write, but I know different.
    know full ˈwell • to be very aware of a fact and unable to deny or ignore it • 非常清楚;不可否认;不可忽视:
    »He knew full well what she thought of it.
    know sb / sth inside ˈout | know sb / sth like the back of your ˈhand •(informal) to be very familiar with sth • 对…极为熟悉(或了如指掌):
    »This is where I grew up. I know this area like the back of my hand.
    know your own ˈmind • to have very firm ideas about what you want to do • 知道自己想做什么;有主见 know your ˈstuff •(informal) to know a lot about a particular subject or job • 精通业务;对工作很内行 know your way aˈround • to be familiar with a place, subject, etc. • 熟悉周围情况(或课题等) know what youˈre ˈtalking about •(informal) to have knowledge about sth from your own experience • 亲身经历过;作经验之谈 know which side your ˈbread is buttered •(informal) to know where you can get an advantage for yourself • 知道自己的利益所在 let it be known / make it known that... •(formal) to make sure that people are informed about sth, especially by getting sb else to tell them • (尤指通过他人传达而)使人知晓,让人知道:
    »The President has let it be known that he does not intend to run for election again.
    let sb ˈknow • to tell sb about sth • 让某人知道;告诉(或通知)某人:
    »Let me know how I can help.
    make yourself ˈknown to sb • to introduce yourself to sb • 向某人作自我介绍:
    »I made myself known to the hotel manager.
    not know any ˈbetter • to behave badly, usually because you have not been taught the correct way to behave • (因缺乏教养而)表现不好;因无人指教而举止不良 not know your ˌarse from your ˈelbow ( BrE, taboo, slang) • to be very stupid or completely lacking in skill • 愚蠢之至;屁都不懂 not know ˈbeans about sth ( NAmE, informal) • to know nothing about a subject • 完全不懂行;对…一窍不通 not know the first thing aˈbout sb / sth • to know nothing at all about sb / sth • 对…一无所知;对…一窍不通 not know sb from ˈAdam •(informal) to not know at all who sb is • 根本不认识某人;与某人素不相识 not know what ˈhit you •(informal) to be so surprised by sth that you do not know how to react • 因吃惊而不知所措;惊呆了 not know where to ˈlook •(informal) to feel great embarrassment and not know how to react • 尴尬得不知如何是好;狼狈不堪;感到很难堪 not know whether youˈre ˈcoming or ˈgoing •(informal) to be so excited or confused that you cannot behave or think in a sensible way • (激动得)不知如何是好;糊里糊涂;不知所措 not know you are ˈborn ( BrE, informal) • to have an easy life without realizing how easy it is • 身在福中不知福:
    »You people without kids donˈt know youˈre born.
    thereˈs no ˈknowing • used to say that it is impossible to say what might happen • 难以预料;无从知道;没法说:
    »Thereˈs no knowing how heˈll react.
    what does... know? • used to say that sb knows nothing about the subject you are talking about • (某人)知道什么,懂什么:
    »What does he know about football, anyway?
    what do you ˈknow? • (informal) used to express surprise • (表示惊奇)你看怪不怪,真没想到:
    »Well, what do you know? Look whoˈs here!
    ˌyou ˈknow (informal) 1. used when you are thinking of what to say next • (说话人考虑接着说什么时用):
    »Well, you know, itˈs difficult to explain.
    2. used to show that what you are referring to is known or understood by the person you are speaking to • (表示对方知道或了解所言)你知道的:
    »Guess who Iˈve just seen? Maggie! You know—Jimˈs wife.
    »You know that restaurant round the corner? Itˈs closed down.
    3. used to emphasize sth that you are saying • (加强语气)你要知道:
    »Iˈm not stupid, you know.
    you ˈknow something / ˈwhat? • (informal) used to introduce an interesting or surprising opinion, piece of news, etc. • (引出令人感兴趣或吃惊的看法、消息等)要我告诉你吗,你听说了吗:
    »You know something? Iˈve never really enjoyed Christmas.
    you know ˈwho / ˈwhat • (informal) used to refer to sb / sth without mentioning a name • (不说出名称)你知道是谁/什么 you never know • (informal) used to say that you can never be certain about what will happen in the future, especially when you are suggesting that sth good might happen • (尤指可能会发生好事)很难说,很难预料 --› more at answer n., cost n., day, devil, far adv., lord n., old, pat adv., rope n., thing, truth noun in the ˈknow (informal) having more information about sth than most people • 知情;熟悉内幕;掌握内情:
    »Somebody in the know told me heˈs going to resign.
    * * *
    v. 知道, 了解, 認識, 熟悉, 認出, 分辨, 確信

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  • 748 Lutheran

    Lutheran Lu∙ther∙an noun • a member of a Christian Protestant Church that follows the teaching of the 16th century German religious leader Martin Luther • 信义宗信徒;路德宗信徒 Lu∙ther∙an adj.
    * * *
    adj. 路德教會的
    n. 路德教會

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  • 749 Marty

    n. 馬蒂(Martin的異體)(m.)

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  • 750 next

    next next adj. [only before noun] 1. (usually with the 通常与 the 连用) coming straight after sb / sth in time, order or space • 下一个的;紧接着的;接下来的:
    »The next train to Baltimore is at ten.
    »The next six months will be the hardest.
    »the next chapter
    »Whoˈs next?
    »the woman in the next room
    »I fainted and the next thing I knew I was in the hospital.
    »(informal) Round here, you leave school at sixteen and next thing you know, youˈre married with three kids.
    2. (used without the 不与 the 连用) next Monday, week, summer, year, etc. the Monday, week, etc. immediately following • 紧随其后的;下一个的:
    »Next Thursday is 12 April.
    下个星期四是 4 月 12 日。
    »Next time Iˈll bring a book.
    【IDIOMS】 the ˈnext man, woman, person, etc. • the average person • 平常人;一般的人:
    »I can enjoy a joke as well as the next man, but this is going too far.
    --› more at day, luck n. adv. 1. after sth else; then; afterwards • 紧接着;随后:
    »What happened next?
    »Next, I heard the sound of voices.
    2. next best, biggest, most important, etc.... (after / to sb / sth) following in the order mentioned • 其次的;依次的;仅次于…的:
    »Jo was the next oldest after Martin.
    »The next best thing to flying is gliding.
    3. used in questions to express surprise or confusion • (用于询问,表示吃惊或困惑):
    »Youˈre going bungee jumping? Whatever next ?
    noun • (usually the next) [sing.] a person or thing that is next • 下一位;下一个;下一件:
    »One moment he wasnˈt there, the next he was.
    »the week after next
    * * *
    n. adj.下次的, 其次的, 與...連接, 下一個
    adv. 下一次, 其次

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  • 751 PEN

    pen pen noun 1. (often in compounds 常构成复合词) an instrument made of plastic or metal used for writing with ink • 笔;钢笔:
    »pen and ink
    »a new book from the pen of Martin Amis
    马丁 · 埃米斯写的新书
    --› see also ballpoint, felt-tip pen, fountain pen 2. a small piece of land surrounded by a fence in which farm animals are kept • 圈;围栏;畜栏:
    »a sheep pen
    3. ( NAmE, slang) = penitentiary 【IDIOMS】 the ˌpen is ˌmightier than the ˈsword •(saying) people who write books, poems, etc. have a greater effect on history and human affairs than soldiers and wars • 笔诛胜于剑伐 put pen to ˈpaper • to write or start to write sth • 写;动笔 --› more at slip n. verb (-nn-) [VN] 1. (formal) to write sth • 写:
    »He penned a letter to the local paper.
    2. pen sb / sth (in / up) to shut an animal or a person in a small space • (把…)关起来,圈起来:
    »At clipping time sheep need to be penned.
    »The whole family were penned up in one room for a month.
    * * *
    =International Association of Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists 國際筆會

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  • 752 pen

    pen pen noun 1. (often in compounds 常构成复合词) an instrument made of plastic or metal used for writing with ink • 笔;钢笔:
    »pen and ink
    »a new book from the pen of Martin Amis
    马丁 · 埃米斯写的新书
    --› see also ballpoint, felt-tip pen, fountain pen 2. a small piece of land surrounded by a fence in which farm animals are kept • 圈;围栏;畜栏:
    »a sheep pen
    3. ( NAmE, slang) = penitentiary 【IDIOMS】 the ˌpen is ˌmightier than the ˈsword •(saying) people who write books, poems, etc. have a greater effect on history and human affairs than soldiers and wars • 笔诛胜于剑伐 put pen to ˈpaper • to write or start to write sth • 写;动笔 --› more at slip n. verb (-nn-) [VN] 1. (formal) to write sth • 写:
    »He penned a letter to the local paper.
    2. pen sb / sth (in / up) to shut an animal or a person in a small space • (把…)关起来,圈起来:
    »At clipping time sheep need to be penned.
    »The whole family were penned up in one room for a month.
    * * *
    n. 鋼筆, 圍欄, 圍圈, 作家
    vt. 寫, 關入欄中

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  • 753 shut

    shut shut verb (shut∙ting, shut, shut) 1. to make sth close; to become closed • 关闭;关上;合上: ▪ [VN]
    »Philip went into his room and shut the door behind him.
    »I canˈt shut my suitcase—itˈs too full.
    »She shut her eyes and fell asleep immediately.
    »He shut his book and looked up.
    ▪ [V]
    »The window wonˈt shut.
    »The doors open and shut automatically.
    2. ( BrE) when a shop / store, restaurant, etc. shuts or when sb shuts it, it stops being open for business and you cannot go into it • (使)停止营业,关门,打烊 ▪ [V]
    »The bank shuts at 4.
    那家银行 4 点钟关门。
    ▪ [also VN] --› note at close ¹ 【IDIOMS】 shut your ˈmouth / ˈface! • (slang) a rude way of telling sb to be quiet or stop talking • (粗暴地要某人停止说话)住口,闭嘴 shut up ˈshop ( BrE, informal) • to close a business permanently or to stop working for the day • 停业;关张;倒闭;打烊 --› more at door, ear, eye n., mouth n. 【PHR V】 ˌshut sb / sth∽aˈway • to put sb / sth in a place where other people cannot see or find them • 把…藏起来;隔离;禁闭 ˌshut yourself aˈway • to go somewhere where you will be completely alone • 独自躲起来;隐藏 ˌshut ˈdown (of a factory, shop / store, etc. or a machine 工厂、商店或机器等) • to stop opening for business; to stop working • 关张;停业;倒闭;关闭;停止运转 --› related noun shutdown ˌshut sth∽ˈdown • to stop a factory, shop / store, etc. from opening for business; to stop a machine from working • (使)关张,停业,倒闭,关闭,停止运转:
    »The computer system will be shut down over the weekend.
    --› related noun shutdown ˌshut sb / yourself ˈin (sth) • to put sb in a room and keep them there; to go to a room and stay there • 把某人(或自己)关在房间里;把…关起来:
    »She shut the dog in the shed while she prepared the barbecue.
    ˈshut sth in sth • to trap sth by closing a door, lid, etc. on it • 把某物卡在…里(或夹在…中):
    »Sam shut his finger in the car door.
    ˌshut ˈoff (of a machine, tool, etc. 机器、工具等) • to stop working • 关闭;关上;停止运转:
    »The engines shut off automatically in an emergency.
    ˌshut sth∽ˈoff 1. to stop a machine, tool, etc. from working • 关闭机器(或工具等);使机器(或工具等)停止运转 2. to stop a supply of gas, water, etc. from flowing or reaching a place • 切断煤气(或水等)的供应;停止供应煤气(或水等):
    »A valve immediately shuts off the gas when the lid is closed.
    ˌshut yourself ˈoff (from sth) • to avoid seeing people or having contact with anyone • 躲开;不接触:
    »Martin shut himself off from the world to write his book.
    ˌshut sb / sth ˈoff from sth • to separate sb / sth from sth • 使与…隔离(或隔绝):
    »Bosnia is shut off from the Adriatic by the mountains.
    ˌshut sb / sth∽ˈout (of sth) 1. to prevent sb / sth from entering a place • 使…不能进入;挡住;遮住:
    »Mum, Ben keeps shutting me out of the bedroom!
    »sunglasses that shut out 99% of the sunˈs harmful rays
    能遮挡 99% 的太阳有害射线的太阳镜
    2. to not allow a person to share or be part of your thoughts; to stop yourself from having particular feelings • 把某人排除在…外;不把…告诉某人;克制某种感情:
    »I wanted to shut John out of my life for ever.
    »She learned to shut out her angry feelings.
    »If you shut me out, how can I help you?
    ˌshut ˈup (informal) • to stop talking (often used as an order as a rude way of telling sb to stop talking) • (常用来粗暴地让某人停止说话)住口,闭嘴:
    »Just shut up and listen!
    »Will you tell Mike to shut up?
    »When theyˈd finally shut up, I started again.
    ˌshut sb ˈup • to make sb stop talking • 使某人住口;让某人闭嘴 【SYN】 silence:
    »She kicked Anne under the table to shut her up.
    ˌshut sth∽ˈup • to close a room, house, etc. • 关上(房屋等) ˌshut sb / sth ˈup (in sth) • to keep sb / sth in a place and prevent them from going anywhere • 把…关(或藏)起来;把…关(或藏)在 adj. [not before noun] 1. not open • 关闭;合拢 【SYN】 closed:
    »The door was shut.
    »She slammed the door shut.
    »Keep your eyes shut.
    2. ( BrE) not open for business • 停业;关门 【SYN】 closed:
    »Unfortunately the bank is shut now.
    * * *
    v. 關上, 閉上, 關閉

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  • 754 thoughtful

    thoughtful thought∙ful adj. 1. quiet, because you are thinking • 沉思的;深思的;思考的:
    »He looked thoughtful.
    »They sat in thoughtful silence.
    2. (approving) showing that you think about and care for other people • 体贴的;关心别人的;关切的 【SYN】 considerate, kind:
    »It was very thoughtful of you to send the flowers.
    3. showing signs of careful thought • 缜密思考过的;深思熟虑的:
    »a player who has a thoughtful approach to the game
    thought∙ful∙ly adv.:
    »Martin looked at her thoughtfully.
    »She used the towel thoughtfully provided by her host.
    thought∙ful∙ness noun [U]
    * * *
    adj. 深思的, 有思想性的, 體貼的, 關切的

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  • 755 venerable

    venerable ven∙er∙able adj. 1. (formal) venerable people or things deserve respect because they are old, important, wise, etc. • (因年高、显要、智慧等)令人尊重的,值得敬重的,受敬佩的:
    »a venerable old man
    »a venerable institution
    2. the Venerable... [only before noun] (in the Anglican Church), a title of respect used when talking about an archdeacon • (对圣公会吏长的尊称)尊者:
    »the Venerable Martin Roberts
    尊者马丁 · 罗伯茨
    3. the Venerable... [only before noun] (in the Roman Catholic Church), a title given to a dead person who is very holy but who has not yet been made a saint • 真福(天主教会对列入圣品前的已故圣洁者的尊称)
    * * *
    adj. 莊嚴的, 值得尊敬的, 古老的

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  • 756 wicked

    wicked wicked adj. (wick∙ed∙er, wick∙ed∙est) 【HELP】You can also use more wicked and most wicked. • 亦可用 more wicked 和 most wicked。 1. morally bad • 邪恶的;缺德的 【SYN】 evil:
    »a wicked deed
    »stories about a wicked witch
    2. (informal) slightly bad but in a way that is amusing and / or attractive • 淘气的;调皮的;恶作剧的 【SYN】 mischievous:
    »a wicked grin
    »Jane has a wicked sense of humour.
    3. dangerous, harmful or powerful • 危险的;有害的;强大的:
    »He has a wicked punch.
    »a wicked-looking knife
    4. (slang) very good • 极好的;很棒的:
    »This songˈs wicked.
    wick∙ed∙ly adv.:
    »Martin grinned wickedly.
    »a wickedly funny comedy
    »a wickedly sharp blade
    wick∙ed∙ness noun noun the wicked [pl.] • people who are [u]wicked • 恶人;邪恶的人 【IDIOMS】 (thereˈs) no peace / rest for the ˈwicked • (usually humorous) used when sb is complaining that they have a lot of work to do • (工作太多时说)恶人决无平安
    * * *
    adj. 壞的, 邪惡的, 缺德的, 不道德的, 惡劣的, 刻毒的, 淘氣的

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  • 757 worthy

    worthy worthy adj. (wor∙thier, wor∙thi∙est) 1. worthy (of sb / sth) (formal) having the qualities that deserve sb / sth • 值得(或应得)…的:
    »to be worthy of attention
    »A number of the reportˈs findings are worthy of note.
    »No composer was considered worthy of the name until he had written an opera.
    »a worthy champion (= one who deserved to win)
    »He felt he was not worthy of her.
    【OPP】 unworthy 2. [usually before noun] having qualities that deserve your respect, attention or admiration • 值得尊敬的;值得注意的;值得敬仰的 【SYN】 deserving:
    »The money we raise will be going to a very worthy cause.
    »a worthy member of the team
    3. having good qualities but not very interesting or exciting • 值得尊敬的,有价值的(但不太令人感兴趣或激动的):
    »her worthy but dull husband
    4. worthy of sb / sth typical of what a particular person or thing might do, give, etc. • 有(某人或事物)的典型特征:
    »He gave a speech that was worthy of Martin Luther King.
    他作了一次典型的马丁 · 路德 · 金式的演讲。
    5. -worthy (in compounds 构成复合词) deserving, or suitable for, the thing mentioned • 值得…的;适于…的:
    wor∙thily adv. worthi∙ness noun [U] noun (pl. -ies) • (often humorous) an important person • 要人;大人物;知名人士:
    »a meeting attended by local worthies
    * * *
    n. 傑出人物, 知名人士
    adj. 有價值的, 應...的, 可敬的, 值得的, 相稱的

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  • 758 martlet

    [m'a:tlət] n = link=martin martin.

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  • 759 open hearth

    o.pen hearth
    [oupən h'a:θ] n Sider fornalha Siemens-Martin.

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  • 760 saint

    [seint, ]( before a name[) snt]
    1) ((often abbreviated to St, especially when used in the names of places, plants etc) a title given especially by the Roman Catholic and Orthodox churches to a very good or holy person after his death: Saint Matthew; St John's Road.) santo
    2) (a very good, kind person: You really are a saint to put up with her.) santo
    - saintliness
    * * *
    [seint] n 1 santo, santa. 2 coll beatão. 3 pessoa falecida (que está no céu). 4 pessoa impecável como um santo. • vt canonizar, declarar santo, considerar santo, santificar. Saint’s day dia santificado. All Saints’ Day dia de Todos os Santos. St. Bernard dog cão são-bernardo. St. Elmo’s fire fogo-de-santelmo. St. Martin’s summer veranico. St. Peter’s a basílica de São Pedro, em Roma. St. Velentine’s Day dia dos namorados, 14 de fevereiro. St. Vitus’s dance Med dança de São Vito.

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