day

  基本词汇  
[deɪ]     [deɪ]    
  • n. 白天;一天;时代
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day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. 白昼,白天
  2. 时代,时期
  3. 工作日,一天,日,一日
  4. 节日
  5. 黎明
  6. 全盛时期,成名时期
  7. 日复一日,一天又一天,过一天算一天
  8. 天天
  9. 竞赛
  10. 战斗
  11. 胜利
  12. 特定日
  13. 中国姓氏戴、代的音译
v. (动词)
  1. 交由仲裁,由仲裁决定

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]一天,一日 a period of 24 hours
  2. [C][U]日间,白天 the time between sunrise and sunset
  3. [C]工作日 a period of work within a 24-hour period
  4. [P]时期; 时代; 寿命 a particular period or point of time; one's life
  5. [S]全盛时期,黄金时代 a period of success or fame

英英释义

Noun:
  1. time for Earth to make a complete rotation on its axis;

    "two days later they left"
    "they put on two performances every day"
    "there are 30,000 passengers per day"

  2. some point or period in time;

    "it should arrive any day now"
    "after that day she never trusted him again"
    "those were the days"
    "these days it is not unusual"

  3. a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance;

    "Mother's Day"

  4. the time after sunrise and before sunset while it is light outside;

    "the dawn turned night into day"
    "it is easier to make the repairs in the daytime"

  5. the recurring hours when you are not sleeping (especially those when you are working);

    "my day began early this morning"
    "it was a busy day on the stock exchange"
    "she called it a day and went to bed"

  6. an era of existence or influence;

    "in the day of the dinosaurs"
    "in the days of the Roman Empire"
    "in the days of sailing ships"
    "he was a successful pianist in his day"

  7. the period of time taken by a particular planet (e.g. Mars) to make a complete rotation on its axis;

    "how long is a day on Jupiter?"

  8. the time for one complete rotation of the earth relative to a particular star, about 4 minutes shorter than a mean solar day

  9. a period of opportunity;

    "he deserves his day in court"
    "every dog has his day"

  10. United States writer best known for his autobiographical works (1874-1935)

day的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Owls sleep by day and work at night.
    猫头鹰白天睡觉晚上工作。
  2. There will be occasional showers during the day.
    白天将偶有阵雨。
  3. He is seldom at home during the day.
    他白天很少在家。
  4. You can see stars by night, but not by day.
    你在夜晚可以看到星星,白天却看不到。
  5. He has been working all day.
    他已工作了一整天。
  6. The eggs began to decompose after a day in the sun.
    鸡蛋在太阳下放了一天后开始变坏。
  7. The milkman comes every other day.
    送牛奶的人每隔一天来一次。
  8. He is the man of the day.
    他是时下的风云人物。
  9. He was a great singer once but now he's had his day.
    他曾是个红歌星,但现在风华已去。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The attack occurred six days ago.
    攻击发生在六天以前。
  2. How many days are there in a week?
    一个星期有几天?
  3. Next day he found they had arranged to go by train to Beijing.
    第二天,他得知他们已经安排好,打算乘火车到北京去。
  4. The trial lasted for ten consecutive days.
    审判持续进行了10天。
  5. The day she entered college was a big day for her.
    她进大学的那一天是她的大喜之日。
  6. He was in the public eye these days.
    他近来极为公众所关注。
  7. The days are getting longer in summer.
    夏天,白昼变长了。
  8. The exhibition will be opened day and evening.
    展览在白天和晚间开放。
  9. They have done a good day's work.
    他们工作了整整一天。
  10. We are paid by the day.
    我们按日领薪。
  11. She works an 8-hour day and a 5-day week.
    她每周工作五天,每天八小时。
  12. The boy was paid two dollars a day.
    那男孩每天挣2美元。
  13. We took three days to paint the house.
    我们花了三天时间粉刷这座房子。
  14. Christmas Day was a Wednesday this year.
    今年的圣诞节在星期三。
  15. In my day, things were different.
    在我那个时代,情况又不同了。
  16. In those days we often went short of food and clothing.
    那时候我们经常缺吃少穿。
  17. They lived in want in those days.
    在那些日子里,他们过着贫苦的生活。
  18. They were often buried in memories of the past in those days.
    那阵子他们常常缅怀往事。
  19. The distance between the two cities was in those days too great to permit of frequent contact.
    这两座城市相距太远,在那时不可能有频繁的接触。
  20. His days are numbered.
    他余下的日子已经屈指可数了。
  21. Your day will come.
    你将有出头之日。
  22. The day is doubtful.
    胜负难料。
  23. They have lost the day.
    他们在竞争中失败了。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
all day (long)
    整天,天天 all the time
all in a day's work
    无非是日常生活的一部分 within one's duties
any day (of the week)
    不论怎样 at any time
as happy as the day is long
    非常快乐 very happy
black day
    不吉利的日子 bad event
by day
    白天 daytime
call it a day
    收工 stop the work
carry the day
    获胜 win
dark days
    苦难岁月 troubled times
day after day
    一天又一天地,日复一日地 continuously for many days
day and night
    夜以继日地; 日夜 all the time
day by day
    一天天地,逐日 one day after another day
day dream
    白日梦 losing oneself in one's imagination
day in and day out〔day in, day out〕
    天天地,每天地 as each day comes in or goes out
day of reckoning
    报应来临的日子 time when one has to account for past actions
days of yore
    昔时 in historical times
days to come
    将来 the future
every dog has its day
    凡人皆有得意日 eventually everyone achieves success
fall on evil days
    遭遇不幸 suffer unfortunate circumstances
for days on end
    接连数日 for many consecutive days
from day to day
    天天,日复一日 as time progresses
from one day to the next
    短期内 in short time
good old days
    过去美好的日子 earlier times remembered with fondness
have one's day
    走运; 全盛时期 have a time when one is prosperous or successful
have seen better days
    已过鼎盛时期; 已不好用 be past its best; have outlived its usefulness
make a day of it
    玩它一整天 spend all day doing sth enjoyable
make sb's day
    使某人的一天生色 give sb a welcome surprise
name the day
    宣布婚礼的日期 announce the date of a forthcoming wedding
new day
    新的开端 new beginning
not one's day
    不顺心的日子 time when things do not go as planned
not to have all day
    时间有限 have only a limited time
off day
    感到身体不舒服的日子 day when things do not go well
old days
    从前 distant past
one day
    一天; (将来有)一日 some day
one's days are numbered
    某人的末日来临了 one's time is limited
save the day
    反败为胜; 转危为安 prevent a failure
that will be the day
    〈口〉那样的事永远等不来 that is very unlikely
the other day
    不久前 one day recently
to a/the day
    一天也不差 exact in the number of time
to this day
    直到今天; 至今 until now

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+名词 介词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • The longest day is equall to the longest night.

    出自: N. Carpenter
  • The day was overcast and drippy.

    出自: S. King

day的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. day的基本意思是“一天”,指二十四小时长的一段时间,是可数名词。也可指“日间,白天”,既可用作可数名词,又可用作不可数名词,通常不加冠词。
  2. day也可表示“工作日”,指一天二十四小时之内的工作时间,是可数名词。
  3. day还可作“时期; 时代; 寿命”解,常用复数形式,若用单数常须与my, their等物主代词连用。
  4. day还有“全盛时期,黄金时代”的意思,是单数名词,不用于复数形式。
  5. day间或表示“胜利,竞争,战斗”,是不可数名词,前面接定冠词。
  6. Day常用在表示法定的或宗教节日的短语中,其前不加冠词。
  7. day可用作量词, a day可表示“每天”。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
save a day, save the day
  • save a day的意思是“省了一天的时间”, save the day的意思则是“反败为胜,转危为安”。例如:
  • We saved a day by taking a plane there.我们乘飞机去那里,因而节省了一天的时间。
  • The team was behind, but at the last minute Tom saved the day with a touchdown.这支球队一直落后,然而在最后的时刻汤姆一次底线得分使球队反败为胜。
  • by day, by the day
  • 前者意思是“在白天”; 而后者意思是“按日计算”。例如:
  • We travelled by day and stayed at inns at night.我们白天旅行,晚上住在客栈。
  • In some countries, most of the workers get their pay by the day.在某些国家里,大部分工人是按日计酬的。
  • of a day, of the day
  • 前者意思是“短促”; 而后者意思是“当时,当代”。例如:
  • It is nothing than a stuff of a day.这无非是昙花一现而已。
  • It was a twice-told tale of the day.这便是当时传诵一时的老话题。
  • day after day, day by day
  • 这两个短语意义和用法都不相同。其区别是:
  • 1.day by day在句中用作副词,作状语; 而day after day除用作状语外,还可用作主语、宾语等。
  • 2.day after day的意思是“每天,天天”,表示动作的重复和时间的长久,强调连续性; 而day by day含有“逐渐转变”的意味,常和turn, grow, change等含有转变意义的动词连用。
  • every day, daily
  • 两者都可作“每天”解。但两者所表达的意境色彩不全一样:
  • We do not have lessons every day.
  • 我们不是天天都有课。
  • We do not have lessons daily.
  • 我们每天都没有课。
  • day, date
  • 这两个词都有“日,天”的意思。其区别在于:
  • 1.date指某种事发生的“日期”,不一定只指某一天,可以统指年、月、日,一般用单数; day指一周中的“某一天,一整天”等,意为“白天,日子”,又专指星期几。例如:
  • Has the date for the meeting fixed?开会的日期决定了没有?
  • The first day of a week is Sunday.一个星期的第一天是星期天。
  • 2.在询问“某天是什么日子”时,两词都可用,但意义不同, date问的是“日期”,而day问的是“星期几”。例如:
  • What day is it today?
  • 今天是星期几?
  • What is the date today?
  • 今天是几号?
  • day, festival, holiday, leave, vacation
  • 这五个词都有“假日”的意思。其区别在于:holiday来源于宗教的节日、假日,是普通用词,多用于英式英语中,指的是一个人在一年中不干工作的那段时间,也可用来表示一两天的短假期; day表示法定节日,多用于专有名词中; festival指民俗或宗教节日,并含有定期欢度的意味; leave指政府工作人员或军人的假期; vacation用于大学停课放假长达多周的假日或法院停止开庭时间,在美式英语中,凡是较长时间的休假都可用这个词。例如:
  • August and September are the months of the year during which most English people take their holidays.一年中8、9两个月是大多数英国人休假的月份。
  • We celebrate National Day every year.我们每年都庆祝国庆节。
  • Christmas is one of the festivals of the Christian church.圣诞节是基督教的节日之一。
  • The soldiers will go home on leave once every two years.士兵们每两年回家休假一次。
  • Three vacations occur in the course of the year, viz, two weeks at Christmas, ten days at Easter and the usual two months in summer.一年中有三个假期,即圣诞节两周,复活节十天以及通常的两个月暑假。
  • 常见错误

    n. (名词)
      一天早上,在上学的路上我碰到她了。

      One day morning,I ran into her on my way to school.

      One morning,I ran into her on my way to school.

      “一天早上”应译为one morning,不能译为one day morning。它既可以指过去的某天早上,也可指将来的某天早上。

      明天是儿童节。

      Tomorrow will be the Children's Day.

      Tomorrow will be Children's Day.

      在含有day的节日名称前,通常不加定冠词the。

      下雨天他们通常做室内运动。

      They usually play indoor games in rainy days.

      They usually play indoor games on rainy days.

      表示“在特定的某一天”用介词on,如指一天的过程用介词in。

      你将会在一两天内收到她的信。

      You will receive her letter in one day or two.

      You will receive her letter in a day or two.

      You will receive her letter in one or two days.

      表示“在一两天内”,应该说in a day or two或in one or two days,但不能说in one day or two。

      我整整5年没有见过她了。

      I haven't seen her for five years to day.

      I haven't seen her for five years to the day.

      表示时间确切到一点也不差时,应该用...to the day。

      他们白天休息,夜间旅行。

      They rested during day and travelled by night.

      They rested by day and travelled by night.

      “在白天”是by day,用介词by而不用during。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自中古英语的dai,意为白天。

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