dead

  基本词汇  
[ded]     [ded]    
  • adj. 死的;不起作用的;无趣的;筋疲力尽的;麻木的;完全的;无效的;沉闷的;(指球)界外的
  • adv. 完全地;直接地;突然地
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dead的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 无生命的,死的,已废的
  2. 全然的,完全的
  3. 无感觉的,麻木的
  4. 不生产的
  5. 过时的
  6. 精确的
  7. 不用的
  8. 无效的,失效的
  9. 熄灭的
  10. 反弹不起的
  11. 沉闷的,暗淡的
  12. 不发挥作用的
  13. <美口>精疲力尽的
  14. 肯定无疑的
adv. (副词)
  1. 完全地
  2. <口>绝对,非常,极为,全热地,彻底地
  3. 突然地
  4. <口>正对着
  5. 直接地
  6. 确实地
  7. 假装没看见,不理睬
n. (名词)
  1. 死者,死人
  2. 最寂静的时候
  3. <英方>死
  4. 深夜
  5. 在隆冬,在严冬
  6. 寂静
  7. 极寒时候
  8. 僵尸,亡灵
  9. 最暗的时刻
v. (动词)
  1. 使减弱

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 死去的,已故的 no longer alive
  2. 已废的,无正常功能的 no longer in use; without the necessary power to work properly
  3. 静止的; 麻木的 without life, movement, or activity; unable to feel
  4. 阴沉的; 不响亮的 dull; not clear or bright
  5. 完全的,全然的 complete
adv. (副词)
  1. 突然地 suddenly
  2. 极度地,完全地,绝对地 completely
  3. 直接地,正对着 directly

英英释义

Noun:
  1. people who are no longer living;

    "they buried the dead"

  2. a time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense;

    "the dead of winter"

Adjective:
  1. no longer having or seeming to have or expecting to have life;

    "the nerve is dead"
    "a dead pallor"
    "he was marked as a dead man by the assassin"

  2. not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life; no longer exerting force or having energy or heat;

    "Mars is a dead planet"
    "dead soil"
    "dead coals"
    "the fire is dead"

  3. very tired;

    "was all in at the end of the day"
    "so beat I could flop down and go to sleep anywhere"
    "bushed after all that exercise"
    "I'm dead after that long trip"

  4. unerringly accurate;

    "a dead shot"
    "took dead aim"

  5. physically inactive;

    "Crater Lake is in the crater of a dead volcano of the Cascade Range"

  6. (followed by `to') not showing human feeling or sensitivity; unresponsive;

    "passersby were dead to our plea for help"
    "numb to the cries for mercy"

  7. devoid of physical sensation; numb;

    "his gums were dead from the novocain"
    "she felt no discomfort as the dentist drilled her deadened tooth"
    "a public desensitized by continuous television coverage of atrocities"

  8. lacking acoustic resonance;

    "dead sounds characteristic of some compact discs"
    "the dead wall surfaces of a recording studio"

  9. not yielding a return;

    "dead capital"
    "idle funds"

  10. not circulating or flowing;

    "dead air"
    "dead water"
    "stagnant water"

  11. not surviving in active use;

    "Latin is a dead language"

  12. lacking resilience or bounce;

    "a dead tennis ball"

  13. out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown;

    "a dead telephone line"
    "the motor is dead"

  14. no longer having force or relevance;

    "a dead issue"

  15. complete;

    "came to a dead stop"
    "utter seriousness"

  16. drained of electric charge; discharged;

    "a dead battery"
    "left the lights on and came back to find the battery drained"

  17. devoid of activity;

    "this is a dead town; nothing ever happens here"

Adverb:
  1. quickly and without warning;

    "he stopped suddenly"

  2. completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers;

    "an absolutely magnificent painting"
    "a perfectly idiotic idea"
    "you're perfectly right"
    "utterly miserable"
    "you can be dead sure of my innocence"
    "was dead tired"
    "dead right"

dead的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. It lay there with its eyes closed, dead as a doornail.
    它躺在那里眼睛闭著,确实死了。
  2. He has been dead for two years.
    他已死了两年。
  3. The phone went dead.
    电话打不通了。
  4. The battery is dead.
    电瓶没电了。
  5. What a dead place this is!
    这地方多没意思!
  6. The acting was rather dead.
    表演十分乏味.
  7. The street seems dead without all the bustle of the children.
    没有孩子的嬉戏,街道上死气沉沉的。
  8. You seem half dead.
    你看起来累得半死不活的。
  9. My dead fingers could not untie the knot.
    我的手指麻木了,解不开结。
  10. My legs had gone completely dead.
    我的腿完全没知觉了。
  11. She finished speaking, and there was dead silence in the room.
    她发言之后,屋内变得鸦雀无声。
  12. His love for you is dead.
    他对你的爱情已不复存在。
  13. The debate is now dead.
    辩论现已过时。
  14. Latin has become a dead language.
    拉丁语已成为一种死语言。
  15. Many people say that detente is now a dead letter.
    很多人说缓和国际紧张局势的论调已是明日黄花。
  16. He fell with a dead thud.
    他砰的一声倒了下来。
用作副词 (adv.)
  1. He was dead asleep.
    他酣然大睡。
  2. You can be dead sure of my innocence.
    你绝对可以相信我是无辜的。
  3. The wind was dead against us.
    风正对着我们吹。
  4. She stopped dead on the stairway.
    她突然在楼梯上停住了

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. Mary threw away the dead flowers.
    玛丽把枯萎的花扔掉了。
  2. You can pass a rope around this dead tree.
    你可以把绳子绕在那颗枯树上。
  3. There was a dead silence in the house.
    房子里一片死寂。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. He was almost dead.
    他几乎死了。
  2. The chief editor has just been dead.Who will succeed him?
    主编刚去世,谁将继任他?
  3. She has been dead for three hours.
    她已死了三小时。
  4. He has been now dead for many years.
    他已死去多年。
  5. It is on record that a person has been restored to life several hours after he was thought to be dead.
    据记载,有一个人在被认为死去后几小时被救活了。
  6. This mountain town used to be dead after 10 p.m.
    这座山城过去晚上十点钟以后就变得万籁俱寂。
  7. It's so cold outside that my fingers feel dead.
    外面很冷,我的手指都冻僵了。
  8. After all that work,I'm really dead.
    做了这许多工作,我真是累极了。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. My mother was dead from shopping.
    我母亲上街买东西累得要死。
  2. He is dead in love with her.
    他爱她爱得要命。
  3. His son is dead on radio.
    他儿子喜欢搞无线电。
  4. He is dead of a disease.
    他病死了。
  5. He was dead with hunger.
    他饿死了。
  6. He is dead with sleep.
    他睡得很熟。
S+V+O+~
  1. The baby was born dead.
    婴儿生下时就已死了。
  2. He was struck dead by electricity.
    他触电而死。
  3. He was shot dead in a gunfight.
    他在一次枪战中中弹身亡。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. They found him dead.
    他们发现他死了。
  2. The rascal struck him dead.
    流氓把他打死了。
  3. A bullet struck him dead.
    一颗子弹把他击毙了。
  4. They supposed him dead.
    他们以为他死了。
其他 as n.
  1. They are going to erect a monument in memory of the dead.
    他们将立碑纪念死者。
  2. We must finish the work of the dead.
    我们必须完成死者未竟的事业。
  3. The villagers were weeping over the dead.
    村民们哀悼死者。
  4. To judge from the present information, the dead was still alive at three o'clock.
    从目前得到的情况来看,死者3点钟时还活着。
用作副词 (adv.)
用作状语
  1. You're not coming with us, so drop dead!
    你不和我们一起来,去你的!
  2. He was dead tired.
    他疲倦极了。
  3. He was dead asleep.
    他完全睡着了。
  4. I'm dead sure.
    我绝对肯定。
  5. You are dead right.
    你完全正确。
  6. I was dead drunk yesterday evening.
    昨晚我烂醉如泥。
  7. I don't know how Ann stands for her husband's behaviour; he comes home dead drunk nearly every night.
    我不知道安是怎么忍受她丈夫的行为的,他几乎每天晚上回家时都烂醉如泥。
  8. I'm dead keen on Chinese paintings.
    我非常喜欢中国画。
  9. The stranger was dead ahead.
    那陌生人就在前面。
  10. Close the door, please.The wind is blowing dead against me.
    请关上门,风正对着我吹。
  11. The man is dead against me for some reason or the other.
    那人以各种理由死命反对我。
  12. Someone is dead against your plan.
    有人拼命反对你的计划。
  13. His shot was dead on target.
    他射得正中目标。
  14. God heavens, it's dead on eight.I'm only just in time.
    天哪,正好8点,我总算及时赶到了。
  15. The deputation to see the Prime Minister arrived dead on time and was received at once.
    要求会见首相的代表团准时抵达并立即受到接见。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
as dead as a dodo
    绝种的; 完全过时的 extinct; obsolete
as dead as a doornail
    〈口〉确信无疑地死了 dead
at a dead end
    无法进展下去 not going on
dead above ears
    没有头脑 without thoughts
dead and buried
    完全忘却 forgotten
dead and gone
    已死去 been dead
dead certainty
    确信无疑 absolute certainty
dead from the neck up
    〈美俚〉愚蠢的 foolish
dead loss
    垃圾 useless
dead man's shoes
    待某人死后或退休后继承职位 job opportunity provided by sb's death or retirement
dead on one's feet
    累得不能再做 too tired to do more
dead ringer
    看上去一模一样的人 a person who looks exactly the same
dead to all feeling
    麻木不仁 so callous as to be past feeling
dead to rights
    无法逃避的谴责 without a chance of escaping blame
dead to the world
    沉睡的; 不省人事的 fast sleep; unconscious
dead wood
    无用人员 useless person
make a dead set at
    蓄意攻击; 力图谋得宠爱 purposefully attack〔approach〕
over one's dead body
    不顾某人的坚决反对 only if one's most vigorous opposition fails
rise from the dead
    死后复生 come back to life after death
用作副词 (adv.)
catch dead
    看见或听见令人难堪的举止 see or hear in an embarrassing act or place at any time
cut dead
    假装看不见 pretend not to see
    cut sb dead

    I've just been cut dead in the street by an old friend.

    刚才在街上有个老朋友看见我却假装没看见。

dead beat
    〈口〉筋疲力尽的 exhausted
go dead
    不工作 cease working
refuse to〔wouldn't〕 be seen dead
    〈口〉厌恶,宁死也不要 be too shamed; be embarrassed to do sth
stop dead
    突然停止不动 stop suddenly

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 ~+介词
用作副词 (adv.)
~+形容词

经典引文

  • The dead are the victims of the living.

    出自: I. Murdoch
  • Even the dead were washed out of their graves.

    出自: J. C. Oates
  • He was shot dead.

    出自: Defoe
  • Macbean..is dead of a suppression of urine.

    出自: S. Johnson
  • A semi-circle of drive..littered with dead leaves.

    出自: Day Lewis

dead的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. dead的基本意思是“死的”,表示人生命终止或动植物枯萎、枯死。引申可表示“死寂的”“麻木的”“极度疲倦的,累极的”“阴沉的”等,所指的对象可以是人、动物、植物,也可以是抽象的事物。在一些短语里dead还可指“完全的,全然的”。
  2. dead在句中可用作定语、表语或宾语补足语。
  3. dead与定冠词the连用可用作名词,表示“死者”。
  4. dead在逻辑上已表示极限,故不能再用比较级和最高级。
adv. (副词)
  1. dead用作副词意思是“突然地,完全地”,也可作“极度地,绝对”“直接地,正对着”解。
  2. dead在句中主要用作状语,可修饰动词、形容词、介词短语或其他副词。

词义辨析

adj. (形容词)
dead, deadly
  • 这两个词都可用作形容词。但意思不同:dead意指“死了”“枯萎的”“死寂的”“麻木的”; 而deadly作“致命的”“极其危险的”“死气沉沉的”“势不两立的”解。例如:
  • Dead men tell no tales.
  • 死人不会告密。
  • Cancer is a deadly disease.
  • 癌症是一种致命的疾病。
  • 下面两个短语意思不同:
  • a dead house 太平房
  • a death house 死囚牢
  • adv. (副词)
    dead, deadly
  • 这两个词用作副词时意思不同:dead表示“突然地”“完全地”“正对着”; 而deadly表示“如死人地”“死一般地”“极度”“非常”。例如:
  • You are dead right.
  • 你完全正确。
  • He looks deadly serious.
  • 他看上去极其严肃。
  • 常见错误

    adj. (形容词)
      他在两年前死了。

      He was dead two years ago.

      He died two years ago.

      He has been dead for two years.

      dead作形容词表示状态,不能和表示某一过去时间的状语连用,而died是动词,表示瞬间动作,可以和表示某一过去时间的状语连用。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自中古英语的ded;最初源自古英语的dead,意为死。
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