distress

  核心词汇  
[dɪ'stres]     [dɪ'stres]    
  • n. 不幸;危难;苦恼;痛苦
  • vt. 使苦恼;使痛苦
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distress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. 不幸,灾殃
  2. 危难
  3. 苦恼,烦恼
  4. 贫困,穷苦,贫困,穷困
  5. 悲痛,痛苦,苦痛
  6. 忧虑
  7. 忧伤,悲伤
  8. 被扣押的财物
  9. 悲叹
  10. 引起痛苦或悲痛的事物, 使人悲痛的事情
  11. 【海】海难
v. (动词)
  1. 使忧伤,使忧虑
  2. 使苦恼,使烦恼
  3. 使悲痛,使痛苦,使悲伤
  4. 使贫困,使困苦
  5. 使为难,使难过
  6. 【律】扣押(财物)
  7. 不适
  8. 发愁,苦恼,沮丧
  9. 痛苦,煎熬
  10. 遭难,难过
  11. 折磨,使受苦
  12. 使过劳
  13. 强逼,强制

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [U]悲痛,痛苦,忧伤,苦恼 great suffering of the mind or body; pain or great discomfort
  2. [C]贫困,窘迫 suffering caused by lack of money
  3. [C]危险,困难,危难 a state of danger or great difficulty
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 使痛苦,使忧伤 cause distress to

英英释义

Noun:
  1. psychological suffering;

    "the death of his wife caused him great distress"

  2. a state of adversity (danger or affliction or need);

    "a ship in distress"
    "she was the classic maiden in distress"

  3. extreme physical pain;

    "the patient appeared to be in distress"

  4. the seizure and holding of property as security for payment of a debt or satisfaction of a claim;

    "Originally distress was a landlord's remedy against a tenant for unpaid rents or property damage but now the landlord is given a landlord's lien"

Verb:
  1. bring into difficulties or distress, especially financial hardship

  2. cause mental pain to;

    "The news of her child's illness distressed the mother"

distress的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. I pray that you will have pity on my distress.
    我请求你可怜可怜我的不幸遭遇。
  2. I gripe more from habit than from genuine distress.
    我抱怨是出于我的习惯,并非遭遇真正的不幸。
  3. They sent a distress rocket.
    他们发出了一枚呼救信号火箭。
  4. His wild behavior was a great distress to his mother.
    他的放荡的行为使他的母亲极为苦恼。
  5. What are you looking so distressed for?
    什么事情使你看起来如此烦恼?
  6. The sick man showed signs of distress.
    那个生病的男人表现出痛苦的迹象。
  7. Two in distress make sorrow less.
    灾难二人共,痛苦可减轻。
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. Don't distress yourself about it.
    别为那件事苦恼了。
  2. He couldn't distress her with his own terrible dilemma.
    他不能用自己糟糕的困境来折磨她。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Nothing could alleviate his distress.
    什么都不能减轻他的痛苦。
  2. How can we prevent such distress?
    我们怎样才能避免这种困境?
  3. Send out a distress signal; the ship is sinking.
    发出求救信号吧,船正在下沉。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The news of his death distressed us greatly.
    他逝世的消息使我们极为悲痛。
其他 ~ed as s-Compl.
  1. We are distressed at your failure.
    我们为你的失败感到难过。
  2. Anne was greatly distressed that she had not passed the final English exam.
    安十分难过,因为她英语期末考试不及格。
  3. We were distressed to find that the children had not returned.
    我们发现孩子没有回来,感到很忧虑。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • Being in great distress of Conscience.

    出自: Joseph Hall
  • This event..filled him with the utmost distress and despondency.

    出自: J. H. Newman
  • There is great distress here among the poor.

    出自: Dickens
  • The meagre grant..had by no means put an end to his financial distresses.

    出自: L. Strachey
  • The..servants of the crown..distressed their private fortunes to gratify their sovereign.

    出自: Goldsmith
  • Their horses began to be distressed in the heavy sand.

    出自: Quiller

distress的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. distress用作动词时的基本意思是“使痛苦,使忧伤”,指某些令人不愉快的事或消息使人心情低落,其后通常接表示人称的代词作宾语。
  2. distress的过去分词distressed常用作形容词,在句中作表语。

词源解说

  • ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自古法语的destresser,意为苦恼,悲痛。
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