darling

  常用词汇  
['dɑːlɪŋ]     ['dɑːrlɪŋ]    
  • n. 亲爱的;可爱的人;可爱的物
  • adj. 可爱的;亲爱的
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darling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. 宠儿
  2. 宝贝
  3. 心爱的人
  4. 亲爱的
  5. 爱人
  6. 情人
  7. 宠物
  8. 乖乖
  9. 乖乖宝贝
  10. 心肝
  11. 亲切友好的人
  12. 备受宠爱的人
  13. 亲爱的(人)
  14. 招人喜欢的人
  15. 可爱的人
  16. 可爱的物
adj. (形容词)
  1. 心爱的
  2. 宠爱的
  3. 迷人的
  4. 亲爱的
  5. 可爱的
  6. 漂亮的
  7. 中意的
  8. 宝贵的
  9. 宜人的
  10. 心爱
  11. 备受喜爱的
  12. 好看的

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [S]亲爱的;宝贝 a way of addressing sb that you love;used when speaking to sb you love or to a member or your family
  2. [C]亲切友好的人;宠儿 a person who is very friendly and kind;a person who is very lovable or much liked
adj. (形容词)
  1. [A] 备受喜爱的;可爱的;迷人的 much loved; very attractive, special, etc.;(used especially by women) charming

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a special loved one

  2. an Australian river; tributary of the Murray River

Adjective:
  1. dearly loved

darling的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Do you know where I have put my keys,darling?
    你知道我的钥匙放在什么地方吗,亲爱的?
  2. Darling, please select a good mount for me.
    亲爱的,请帮我挑选一匹好马。
  3. I learned that Ruben was a darling man who bought from everyone.
    我了解到鲁本是一个可爱的人,不管谁上门拉广告他都会来者不拒。
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. I learned that Ruben was a darling man who bought from everyone.
    我了解到鲁本是一个可爱的人,不管谁上门拉广告他都会来者不拒。
  2. Do you know where I have put my keys,darling?
    你知道我的钥匙放在什么地方吗,亲爱的?
  3. Darling, please select a good mount for me.
    亲爱的,请帮我挑选一匹好马。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The baby is the family darling.
    这婴儿是全家的心肝宝贝。
  2. Our baby is a perfect darling.
    我们的小宝宝可爱极了。
  3. Now this Molly, she's a darling, and she reminds me of my grandmother.
    还有这位莫莉,是个很可爱的人,她常使我想起我的外婆。
  4. She's such a darling, isn't she?
    她是个好心人,不是吗?
  5. Be a darling and get my cigarettes from the bedroom.
    请帮个忙,到卧室去把我的香烟拿来好吗?
  6. Are you sleepy, darling?
    你困了吗,亲爱的?
  7. What can I get you, darling?
    我能为你做些什么,亲爱的?
  8. What is the matter, darling?
    怎么啦,亲爱的?
  9. Hurry up, darling, or we'll be late.
    亲爱的,快点儿吧,不然我们要迟到了。
~+ prep. -phrase
  1. She was the darling of cafe society.
    她是咖啡馆社交界的宠儿。
  2. She quickly became the darling of the crowds.
    她立刻成了民众心目中的宠儿。
  3. She is the darling of the newspapers and cannot do anything wrong.
    她是新闻界的大红人,不可能做错事。
  4. He quickly became the darling of the extreme left.
    他很快便成了极左派的宠儿。
  5. He used to be the darling of the Establishment until he fell from power.
    他失势之前,一直是机构里的宠儿。
用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. Come here,my darling daughter!
    过来,亲爱的女儿!
  2. The darling old man used to come up and stay in the Grand Hotel.
    那位可爱的老人从前常常进城来,住在格兰德大酒店。
  3. Darling Peter, you know how much you mean to me.
    亲爱的彼得,你知道你对我有多重要。
  4. “Darling Henry,” the letter began.
    “亲爱的亨利,”信的开头这样写道。
  5. What a darling little purse!
    多么漂亮的一个小钱包!
  6. What a darling little house!
    多漂亮的一所小房子!
  7. What a darling little dress! I simply must have it!
    多么漂亮的小衣服啊!我实在是想拥有它!
  8. Music and poetry are my darling studies.
    音乐与诗歌是我最喜爱的学科。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
形容词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • Answer, darling, answer, no.

    出自: Tennyson
  • Then he would kiss her and call her his darling.

    出自: M. Gee
  • Wonderful the way you stage people darling each other.

    出自: T. Rattigan

darling的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. darling用作形容词时在句中只作定语。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自古英语的deorling,意为亲爱的人。
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