academic

  核心词汇  
[ˌækə'demɪk]     [ˌækə'demɪk]    
  • adj.学院的;学术的;理论的
  • n.大学教师,大学生;学者,学究
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academic是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 学院的,大学的,学校的
  2. 学术的
  3. 纯理论的
  4. 学究式的
  5. 学会的,协会的
  6. 不切实的,非实用的
  7. 人文和古典学科的,文科的,文学的
  8. 空谈的
  9. 学理上的
  10. 柏拉图学派的
  11. 学业的
  12. 教学的
n.(名词)
  1. 大学教师,高等院校教师,高校科研人员
  2. 学者,学术界人士,专业学者
  3. 大学生
  4. 教授
  5. 学究
  6. 学会会员
  7. 空论,纸上空谈
  8. 柏拉图学派的人
  9. 学院派

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 教学(上)的; 教育的 concerning education, especially college or university level
  2. 学术的 involving a lot of reading and studying rather than practical or technical skills
  3. 学习好的 good at subjects involving a lot of reading and studying; good at learning things by studying
  4. 纯理论的; 不切实际的 not connected to a real or practical situation and therefore not important
n.(名词)
  1. [C]大学教师 a college or university teacher

行业释义

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. an educator who works at a college or university

Adjective:
  1. associated with academia or an academy;

    "the academic curriculum"
    "academic gowns"

  2. hypothetical or theoretical and not expected to produce an immediate or practical result;

    "an academic discussion"
    "an academic question"

  3. marked by a narrow focus on or display of learning especially its trivial aspects

academic的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. With my strong academic background, I am competent.
    依我良好的学术背景,我能胜任。
  2. Applicant must possess good conduct and obtain satisfactory academic results.
    申请者必须拥有良好品性,并考获令人满意的成绩;
  3. During the past four years I have had a good deal of academic experience in communications technology.
    四年来,我掌握了丰富的通信技术上的理论知识。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. They publish academic books.
    他们出版大学用书。
  2. The university is composed of five academic schools.
    整个大学由五个学院组成。
  3. The book brings together several academic disciplines.
    该书综合了高等教育的若干个学科。
  4. The whole academic system is unfair.
    整个学校制度有失公平。
  5. In Britain the academic year runs from October to July.
    英国的学年是从10月到7月。
  6. The academic year begins in September.
    一学年由9月开始。
  7. They were in full academic dress, including gowns and hoods.
    他们穿好了全套学位服,包括长袍和披肩。
  8. We must maintain academic standards.
    我们必须保持学术水平。
  9. That idea is only of academic interest.
    那个观念只具有学术上的研究价值。
  10. The college offers both academic and professional qualifications.
    该学院提供学术和职业两方面的资格证书。
  11. The course is a combination of academic and practical work.
    本课程系课堂教学与实际训练的结合。
  12. I was never a particularly academic child.
    我从来不是一个特别好学的孩子。
  13. It is an exam for academic children.
    这是为用功的儿童所举行的一次考试。
  14. His academic work is excellent.
    他学习很好。
  15. That is merely an academic discussion.
    那只是一个理论性的讨论。
  16. That's an academic point.
    那是纯理论的观点。
  17. The matter was one of only academic interest.
    此事纯属不切实际的空谈。
  18. Where we ought to go for our holidays is a purely academic question because we cannot afford a holiday at all!
    我们应该到何处去度假纯粹是空谈,因为我们根本没钱度假。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. It was all academic, because there were never any profits to share out.
    这完全是学术性的,因为从来没有分过任何利润。
  2. She's certainly bright, but she's not very academic.
    毫无疑问她很聪明,但她的学业不怎么好。
  3. She realized that his protest must have been more or less academic.
    她认识到他的抗议或多或少都只是口头说说而已的。
  4. Stop worrying about what to wear to her party—it's all academic anyway, because you haven't even been invited yet.
    不要为穿什么去参加她的晚会而担心——这都是空想,因为你还没有被邀请。
  5. Given the lack of funding, any discussion of future plans was somewhat academic.
    鉴于缺乏资金,有关未来计划的任何讨论都有点不切实际。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. Last week these matters were important, but this latest news makes them academic.
    上周这些问题还很重要,但这则最新消息使之只剩下纯理论价值了。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. The government has set up a committee of industrialists and academics to advise it.
    政府已成立了一个实业家和学者的委员会来为其提供建议。
  2. The meeting was chaired by a leading Japanese academic.
    这次会议由一位杰出的日本学者主持。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词

经典引文

  • Such students wear a distinctive academic dress.

    出自:Oxford English Dictionary
  • The judge had succeeded at the practical side of the law and the professor at the academic.

    出自:H. Cecil

academic的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj.(形容词)
  1. academic的基本意思是“与大学〔高等院校,大专院校,高等学府〕有关的”,可指“教学的; 教育的”,也可指“学业的; 学术的”。作“学业的”解时可指“善于学习的”,也可指“学业良好的”。作“学术的”解时可指与学校教育有关或与实践性、技术性相对的“学术性的”,也可指“学术界的”,引申则可指“纯理论的; 不切实际的; 学究式的; 空谈的; 无关宏旨的”,常含有强烈地不注意实际生活而过于强调理论与逻辑地看问题的含意,尤指就某一学派理论而言。
  2. academic在句中可作定语、表语或宾语补足语。作“教学(上)的; 教育的; 学术的”解时通常用于名词之前,偶尔也可用于连系动词之后。
  3. academic不用于比较等级。
n.(名词)
  1. academic的基本意思是“高等院校教师; 高校科研人员”,也指大学里的“学者; 学究”,后者往往指学院式的、过于注重理论而对现实世界和现实问题知之甚少的人。

词源解说

  • ☆ 15世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自古法语的academique;最初源自拉丁语的academy,意为柏拉图学校的命名。

academic的海词问答与网友补充:

提问补充

网友补充
  • [例句用法]The US State Department has ordered Chinese academics with a J-1 visa in the US to leave the country before June 30.

    贡献者: 海词网友 2012-05-29 有用报错
  • [例句用法]With my strong academic background,I think I can get the job.

    贡献者: 海词网友 2012-05-17 有用报错

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正版词典

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派生词

n.(名词)
  • academically adv. 学术地; 学究式地‖academician n. 院士; 学会会员‖academicism n. (学术、文学等)墨守成规; 传统主义

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