book

  基本词汇  
[bʊk]     [bʊk]    
  • n. 书;本子
  • v. 预订;记录在案
booker booked booked booking books
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book的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 书,书籍
  2. 本子
  3. 名册,账簿,帐册
  4. 著作
  5. 歌词
  6. 卷,篇,部
  7. 脚本
  8. 电话号码簿
  9. 簿册
  10. 支票簿
  11. 课业,功课
  12. 赌注登录
  13. 印刷出版物
  14. 装订成册的一套东西
v. (动词)
  1. 预约,预订,定,预雇
  2. 登记(姓名)
  3. <英>登记住入旅馆,到…办理入住手续
  4. 和…预约演出日期
  5. 裁判,裁判记名警告(犯规运动员)
  6. 为某人预订
  7. 将...登记入册以作指控之用,记下违法行为,记录(控告事实)
  8. 登载
  9. 为...登录赌注
  10. 记入,把…记载入册,把…列入
  11. 给...注册,给...挂号
  12. 定座位
  13. 定票
  14. 托运
  15. 记账
  16. 订立演出契约
  17. 立案
  18. 指控某人某项罪名
  19. 离开
  20. 学习
  21. 通过 ... 预订
adj. (形容词)
  1. 书籍的
  2. 书本上的,在书中的,来自书上的
  3. 账面上的,帐簿上的
  4. 根据书本的

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C] 书,书籍 number of printed or written sheets of paper bound together in a cover
  2. [P] 账簿 written records of the finances of a business; accounts
  3. [C] (大型著作的)卷,篇,部 any of the main divisions of a large written work
  4. [C] 歌剧的歌词 the words of an opera
v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 预订 ask and pay for a seat for the theatre, a journey etc.; reserve〔arrange〕 in advance to have sth
  2. vt. 登记,记账 write down orders, etc. in a notebook
  3. vt. 订立演出契约 hire in advance

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together);

    "I am reading a good book on economics"

  2. physical objects consisting of a number of pages bound together;

    "he used a large book as a doorstop"

  3. a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone;

    "Al Smith used to say, `Let's look at the record'"
    "his name is in all the record books"

  4. a written version of a play or other dramatic composition; used in preparing for a performance

  5. a record in which commercial accounts are recorded;

    "they got a subpoena to examine our books"

  6. a collection of playing cards satisfying the rules of a card game

  7. a collection of rules or prescribed standards on the basis of which decisions are made;

    "they run things by the book around here"

  8. the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina

  9. the sacred writings of the Christian religions;

    "he went to carry the Word to the heathen"

  10. a major division of a long written composition;

    "the book of Isaiah"

  11. a number of sheets (ticket or stamps etc.) bound together on one edge;

    "he bought a book of stamps"

Verb:
  1. engage for a performance;

    "Her agent had booked her for several concerts in Tokyo"

  2. arrange for and reserve (something for someone else) in advance;

    "reserve me a seat on a flight"
    "The agent booked tickets to the show for the whole family"
    "please hold a table at Maxim's"

  3. record a charge in a police register;

    "The policeman booked her when she tried to solicit a man"

  4. register in a hotel booker

book的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. That student lost his book yesterday.
    那个学生昨天丢了书。
  2. Write the essay in your (exercise-)books, not on rough paper.
    把文章写在练习簿里,不要写在草稿纸上。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. I'll book you on a direct flight to London.
    我将为你预订直飞伦敦的航班。
  2. You'll have to book early if you want to see that fashion show.
    你要想看那场时装表演的话,就得早点儿定座位。
  3. He was booked on a charge of speeding.
    他因超速开车而被记录在案。
  4. He was booked by the referee for foul play.
    他因为动作犯规而被裁判记下姓名。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. What's the title of the book?
    书名叫什么?
  2. The book runs to 500 pages.
    这本书长达500页。
  3. This is a book of pictures, travels and poetry.
    这是一本画册、游记、诗集。
  4. This book throws all the others into the shade.
    这书使其他书相形见绌。
  5. I find it hard to lay the book down until the final page is reached.
    我不把这本书读完不忍释手。
  6. He never lends books; he says it's too difficult to get them back.
    他从来不借书给别人,他说书借出去以后很难收回来。
  7. He wrote a book on the experience of his tour.
    他写了一本关于他旅游经历的书。
  8. He ordered some new books.
    他订购几本新书。
  9. I hope you were pleased with the book I sent you.
    我希望你喜欢我所送你的书。
  10. I have presented you with this book.
    我想将这书送给你。
  11. I have read your book with pleasure and profit.
    我已读过你的书,觉得快乐而有益。
  12. I will return you the book you lent me.
    我要把你所借我的书还你。
  13. The book is uncut.
    这书未切去书边。
  14. He bought a six-penny book.
    他买了一本值六便士的书。
  15. He studies his books.
    他用功读书。
  16. The subject of the book is interesting.
    这书的题材有趣。
  17. It's not enough just to have book learning.
    只有书本知识是不够的。
  18. I have read your book with pleasure.
    我已高兴地拜读了你的书。
  19. He has written three books on economics.
    他已写了3本经济学方面的书。
  20. I bought a book in several volumes.
    我买了一部分成数卷的书。
  21. I wrote a book.
    我写了一本书。
  22. I've written a book on Shakespeare.
    我已经写了一本有关莎士比亚的书。
  23. Out of the material thus accumulated he has built a book.
    利用这样积累起来的资料,他写成了一本书。
  24. The book is unpretending.
    这书很质朴。
  25. I sincerely hope you will be able to get your book out soon.
    我真诚地希望你的著作不久就能出版。
  26. He defends his doctrine in his new book.
    他在他的新著里为自己的学说进行辩护。
  27. Write your name on the visitor's books, please.
    请在来客登记簿上写下你的名字。
  28. I went to the telephone book, but couldn't find her address.
    我去查了电话簿,但找不到她的住址。
  29. I have consulted a number of law books in the British Museum.
    我在大英博物馆里查阅了许多法典。
  30. Where's my exercise-book?
    我的练习簿在哪儿?
  31. Many moving comments have been recorded in the visitors' book.
    留言簿上记着许多动人的评语。
  32. A book is no better or worse than its author.
    文如其人。
  33. Books and friends should be few but good.
    书和朋友都要少而精。
  34. I can't quite see how to put this thing together; where's the book of words?
    我不大懂得怎样才能把这东西装配起来。说明书在哪儿?
  35. This book is out of print.
    这本书已绝版。
  36. After the criminal's trial and conviction, the district attorney finally closed the books on the case.
    在对犯人审判和定罪后,地方检察官最终结束了这个案子。
  37. I can't go to the movies tonight; I have to hit the books.
    我今晚不能去看电影了,我要做功课呢。
  38. He is buried in his books.
    他正在专心读书。
  39. This is a ticket book.
    这是一本票簿。
  40. Their books are not in order.
    他们的账记得不清楚。
  41. He keeps my books.
    他管我的账簿。
  42. The books were closed for auditing.
    停止查账。
  43. She wrote the music and he wrote the book.
    她作曲子,他写歌词。
  44. The book is bound in crimson morocco.
    这本书是用深红色山羊鞣皮封面装订的。
  45. The book may have been misplaced somewhere else.
    这本书可能被错放到别处去了。
  46. This book deals with an important social problem.
    这本书论述一个重要的社会问题。
  47. The book had a good sale.
    这本书销路好。
  48. The book is reprinting.
    该书在重印中。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. You'll have to book early if you want to see that show.
    你要看那场表演就得早订票。
  2. If you want to go to London, you'd better book early in the morning.
    如果你要去伦敦最好一大早就去订票。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. I'd like to book a seat to Munich for Monday the tenth.
    我想订一张10日星期一飞往慕尼黑的机票。
  2. We are glad to have booked with you 1000 dozen Men's shirts.
    我们十分高兴地向贵方购进1000打男士衬衫。
  3. We have booked your order.
    我们已接受你方的订货。
  4. He booked all the orders from his customers.
    他登记顾客所有的订货单。
  5. He booked the suspect on a charge of breaking and entering.
    他以非法闯入控告该嫌疑犯。
  6. They booked him on suspicion.
    他们因嫌疑罪而把他逮捕。
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  8. Seats can be booked from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    订座时间自上午10点起至下午6点止。
  9. The hotel was fully booked.
    这家旅馆的客房全部被预订了。
  10. Seats for the game can be booked one week in advance.
    比赛的门票可以在一星期前预订。
  11. That transaction was not booked yet.
    那批交易尚未登记。
  12. All the four pieces of her baggage were booked to San Francisco.
    她的4件行李都托运到旧金山。
  13. You are being booked.
    有人在控告你。
S+~+ n./pron. +to- v
  1. We've booked the orchestra to appear here on Saturday.
    我们已与那乐团签订契约星期六在这儿演出。
用作双宾动词 S+~+ pron./n. + n./pron.
  1. She booked me a seat.
    她给我订了个座位。
S+~+ n./pron. +for pron./n.
  1. He booked a ticket for me.
    他给我订了一张票。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
a closed book
    自己一无所知的科目 subject about which one knows nothing
according to〔by〕 the book
    严格按照规章办事 strictly according to the rules
one for the book(s)
    不平常的事 sth worth noting〔recording〕
read like a book
    清楚地了解某人的动机、思想等 understand clearly sb's motives, thoughts, etc.
    read sb like a book

    I can read you like a book:you're not sorry at all.

    我可以看透你的心思:你根本就不感到懊恼。

    I know what he'll probably do—I can read him like a book.

    我知道他很可能会干什么——我对他了如指掌。

suit one's〔sb's〕 books
    对某人方便;合某人心意 be convenient or acceptable to sb
throw the book at
    〈非正〉严惩,严斥;尽量往…身上加罪名 be punished; make as many accusations as possible
an open book
    直爽而容易了解的人 person who is easily understood and very frank
be at one's books
    用功地学习 study hard
be in sb's good〔bad〕 books
    得到〔得不到〕某人的好感或赞许 have〔not〕 have sb's favour or approval
bring to book
    审查;盘问;惩罚某人 require sb to give an explanation of his behaviour; punish sb
    bring sb to book

    He was eventually brought to book for his treachery.

    他终于因叛变行为而受到惩罚。

every〔any〕 trick in the book
    每一种〔各种〕招数或计谋 every〔any〕 trick that can be used to achieve what one wants
in one's book
    〈口〉按某人个人看法 in one's own opinion
like a book
    彻底地,正确地,准确地 very clearly
on〔off〕 the books
    在〔不在〕名册上 (not) in the record
用作动词 (v.)
book down (v.+adv.)
    登记 put down in a book; register
book for (v.+prep.)
    因…而记下名字 write down (one's) name for (some) reason
    be booked for sth

    I'm afraid he's booked for a long illness.

    恐怕他难免要生一场大病了。

    I am booked for it.

    我逃不了啦!我要倒霉了!

    book for sth

    He has booked for the play.

    他已经预订戏票。

    He booked for the following day's bus.

    他给预订了次日的汽车票。

    I've booked four seats for Friday's concert.

    我已订了4个星期五的音乐会的座位。

    book sb for v-ing

    The driver was booked for exceeding the speed limit.

    那位司机因超速驾车而被登记。

    He was booked for speeding.

    他因超速而列入警方记录。

    Wendy passed her driving test and was booked for speeding the very next day.

    温迪通过了驾驶考试,然而就在第二天因违章超速被警方登记在案。

book in (v.+adv.)
    为…订房间 reserve a place for sb in one hotel
    book in

    We booked in at 3 o'clock.

    我们已在三点钟报到了。

    He booked in immediately on arrival at the university.

    他一到学校就去报到。

    Where do we book in?

    我们在哪儿登记?

    Would you please book in?

    请您登记好吗?

    Those people haven't booked in yet.

    那些人还没有登记姓名。

    We booked in as soon as we arrived at the Royal Hotel.

    我们一到皇家旅馆就登记。

    It is time for you to book in.We have no time to lose.

    赶快登记住店,我们没有时间了。

    They haven't booked in; I don't think the receptionist has noticed them.

    他们还没有登记,我看是接待员没注意到他们。

    He booked in at that hotel.

    他在那家旅馆办了预订手续了。

    It is always advisable to book in early when you want a hotel room in the tourist season.

    要想在旅游旺季住旅馆,早点登记总是可取的。

    You have to book in before you can move into the hotel.

    你得先登记才能在旅馆住宿。

    Looking through the reception book of the hotel we found our purchasing agent had booked in three days before.

    我们把旅客登记簿翻了一下,发现我们的采购员三天前就已登记了。

    Always insist upon seeing your room before booking in.

    在住旅馆登记之前一定要坚持先看一下你的房间。

    book sb/sth in

    One of the attendants booked us in while two others helped us carry our things upstairs.

    一位服务员给我们登记,而另外两位服务员帮我们把行李搬上楼。

    It was alleged that Martin, who did not arrive on time, had been booked in by Arnold.

    据说马丁并未准时到,是由阿诺德代为签到的。

    Detailed items of all the goods to be shipped have to be booked in.

    待运货物的细目均须登记。

    book sb in

    I had booked us in at a hotel in Torquary.

    我已经在托尔凯的一家旅馆给我们预订了房间。

    I've booked you in at the Grand Hotel.I hope you approve.

    我在大饭店为您订了房间,我希望你满意。

    Let's book him in at the Hilton Hotel.

    咱们在希尔顿饭店给他订个房间。

    My aunt is coming to stay so I've booked her in at the nearest hotel.

    我姑姑要来小住,所以我就在附近的旅馆为她订了房间。

    If they're only staying for two nights,I suggest that you book them in at the Palm Beach.

    如果他们只准备住两个晚上,我建议你在棕榈滩旅馆为他们预订一个房间。

book into (v.+prep.)
    签到,登记 sign one's name on the list of guest at the hotel, etc.
    book into some place

    He booked into the Hilton Hotel last night.

    他昨晚登记住进希尔顿旅馆。

book off (v.+adv.)
    〈美·非正〉(尤指因与雇主不和)宣布某一天不上工 declare one's intention not to work on a particular day, especially because of a disagreement with one's employer
    book off

    When I was working on the railway,I had to book off after eight hours' work.

    我在铁路工作时,八小时工作后必须作交班报告。

    book off sick

    Three hundred men have booked off sick at the car factory.

    汽车制造厂三百工人已称病不上班。

book out (v.+adv.)
    客满 have all one's space filled
    book out

    I'd like to book out early in the morning.

    我想在清晨结账离开旅馆。

    I'll book out for all of us.How much should I pay?

    我去为我们大家结账。我应该付多少钱?

    book sb out

    He booked me out.

    他在我走时登记了我的姓名。

    The clerk is busy booking the guests out.

    服务员忙于为顾客结账。

    book sth out

    I'm sorry, the hotel is booked out.

    对不起,旅馆已客满。

book out of (v.+adv.+prep.)
    逐出,开除 informal make sb leave a house, job, club, etc., often because of bad behaviour or bad work
    book sb out of sth

    Now that they've decided to build a shopping centre, nearly a hundred local people are going to be booked out of their homes.

    既然他们现在已经决定要建立一个购物中心,那么将近100名当地的居民就要被赶出自己的家园。

book through (v.+adv.)
    订购直达票 buy a ticket for the whole of a divided journey
    book through

    If you have to change trains in London, you may be able to book through; ask the ticket collector.

    如果你必须在伦敦换车,也许可以订直达票,你可以问一下收票员。

    book through to sth

    I shall book through to Nanchang.

    我将买通票到南昌。

    Can I book through to Naples?

    我能订一张直达那不勒斯的票吗?

    book sb sth through to sth

    Can you book me a ticket through to Naples?

    你能为我订购一张直达那不勒斯的车票吗?

book up (v.+adv.)
    预订,预订座位 make reservations; have no free time left through pressure of engagements, etc.
    book up

    〔说明〕 book up不用于被动结构。

    If you want to go to Hangzhou for your holiday, you ought to book up now.

    如果你要到杭州度假,现在该订票了。

    You will have to book up early if you want to see that film.

    如果你想看电影,那么你将不得不提前订票。

    book sb/sth ⇔ up

    He would like to book up the ticket for tomorrow.

    他要订明天的票。

    They have booked the whole place up for weeks.

    他们预订这地方已数周了。

    All the hotels are booked up for the season, you will never find anywhere to book in at now.

    所有的旅馆整个季节都被预订了,现在你在哪里也找不到旅馆了。

    The performance is booked up.

    这场演出预订了。

    It's booked up; I can't get tickets.

    票已售完,我弄不到票。

    I'm booked up all next week.

    我下周的时间全排满了。

    Sorry,I cannot come; I am already booked up for that evening.

    对不起,我来不了,那天晚上我已经有约。

    The singer is always booked up for a year ahead.

    那位歌唱家的演出日程总是提前一年就排满。

    I'm afraid I can't come; I'm booked up all next week.

    我恐怕不能来,下一周我都有事。

    I might go out if I had anybody to go with.Are you fully booked up?

    如果有人作伴,我可能会出去的。你是不是一点也没有空?

    I'm afraid I can't see you this week; I am booked up every evening.

    这一周我恐怕不能去看你,因为我每天晚上都有约会。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+名词 ~+后置定语 介词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The witnesses, that subscribed the booke of the purchase.

    出自:Bible (AV): Jeremiah

book的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. book是可数名词,基本意思是“书,书籍”,还可指“(大型著作的)卷,篇,部”,歌剧中的“歌词,脚本”,当表示“账册”时,用the books。
  2. a book泛指各种书中的一本;如果指许多相同书中的一本,则应说a copy of book
v. (动词)
  1. book用作动词的基本意思是“记〔载〕入”。现代英语中除可表示“登记”“记账”外,多用作“预订”解,也可表示“订立演出契约”。
  2. book作“登记”“记账”“订立演出契约”解时,是及物动词,作“预订”解时,既可用作及物动词,又可用作不及物动词。用作不及物动词时常可接介词down、for、into、out、up等表示各种附加意义。
  3. book有时可接双宾语,其间接宾语可转化成介词for的宾语。
  4. book可用于被动结构。book的现在进行时可表示按计划或打算将要发生的动作,这时一般须与表示将来的时间状语连用。
  5. book up表示“事先保留,预订”,常见于英式英语中。book in表示“在旅馆登记”,多用于英式英语中。作“签到,注册”解时,在英国和美国均用。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
book, pamphlet, volume
  • 这三个词的共同意思是“书”,其区别是:
  • book是“书”的通称;volume是一套书中的“卷”或“册”,有时也指较大的书。例如:
  • A novel in four volumes一部4卷本的小说;a volume of his poetry他的一本诗集;pamphlet指“小书”“小册子”,但并不见得不重要。例如:
  • scholarly monographs published as pamphlet以小册子形式出版的学术专著。
  • 下面各组中句子或短语意思不同:
  • bring a book to sb 把一本书带给某人
  • bring sb to a book 申斥某人
  • This is a book used. 这是一本已使用的书。
  • This is a used book. 这是一本旧书。
  • v. (动词)
    book, reserve
  • book和reserve都表示“预订(车〔船票,戏院〕等)”,有时两者可通用,但列车上的“老弱病残者”座位不能用book,而只能用reserve。例如:
  • Some seats on train are reserved for the old and handicapped.列车上有些座位是留给老人和残疾人的。
  • 常见错误

    n. (名词)
      他没有更多的时间看书。

      He has not much time to read books.

      He has not much time to read.

      一般表示“读书”,说read即可,不说read books。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的boc,意为书,书写;最初源自原始日耳曼语的boliz,意为山毛榉。
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