dreading

  常用词汇  
[dred]     [dred]    
  • v. 惧怕;担心
  • n. 恐惧;可怕的人或事
  • adj. 恐怖的;使人敬畏的
dreaded dreaded dreading dreads
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dread的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 惧怕,害怕,怕,恐惧,恐怕,畏惧
  2. 担心,愁
  3. 敬畏
  4. 预感到
  5. 使敬畏
n. (名词)
  1. 担心,提心吊胆,紧张
  2. 畏惧,恐惧,害怕,恐怖
  3. 可怕的东西,畏惧的事物,可怕的人
  4. 敬畏
  5. 恐惧感
  6. <俚>拉斯特法瑞信徒(Rastafarian)
adj. (形容词)
  1. 严重的
  2. 重要的
  3. 令人畏惧的,非常可怕的,可怖的
  4. 使人敬畏的

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 畏惧 fear greatly

英英释义

Noun:
  1. fearful expectation or anticipation;

    "the student looked around the examination room with apprehension"

Adjective:
  1. causing fear or dread or terror;

    "the awful war"
    "an awful risk"
    "dire news"
    "a career or vengeance so direful that London was shocked"
    "the dread presence of the headmaster"
    "polio is no longer the dreaded disease it once was"
    "a dreadful storm"
    "a fearful howling"
    "horrendous explosions shook the city"
    "a terrible curse"

Verb:
  1. be afraid or scared of; be frightened of;

    "I fear the winters in Moscow"
    "We should not fear the Communists!"

dread的用法和样例:

例句

用作动词 (v.)
  1. I dread having to visit the dentist .
    我害怕看牙医。
  2. I dread to think what will happen if she finds out the truth.
    我不敢去想她知道真相后会怎么样。
  3. Much of what we dread is really due to indistinctness of outline.
    畏生于不明,大抵如此。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. The Jews lived in dread of being caught.
    这些犹太人生活在会遭到拘捕的恐惧之中。
  2. My greatest dread is that my parents will find out.
    我最担心的就是父母会察觉出来。
  3. A raid from the north, on the other hand, must have been a matter for dread.
    另一方面,来自北部的袭击必然是一件可怕的事。
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The countryside lay as under some dread enchantment.
    乡村好像躺在某种可怖的魔法之下。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The boy dreads his father.
    这个孩子畏惧他的父亲。
  2. I dread the dog.
    我害怕这条狗。
  3. Tom dreaded his visits to the dentist.
    汤姆非常怕看牙医。
  4. Cats dread water.
    猫怕水。
  5. I dread the examination.
    我怕这次考试。
  6. He doesn't dread death.
    他不怕死。
S+~+to- v
  1. I dread to think what will happen in the next few days.
    我不敢想今后几日内将要发生的事情。
  2. I dread to see him again.
    我不敢再见他。
S+~+ v -ing
  1. She dreaded going to the doctor.
    她怕去看医生。
  2. She dreaded having another heart attack.
    她担心心脏病再发作。
  3. I dread thinking of what may happen.
    我怕想可能发生的事。
  4. Do you dread being ill?
    你害怕生病吗?
  5. The child dreads going to bed in the dark.
    小孩害怕在黑暗中上床睡觉。
S+~+that-clause
  1. I dread that I may never see you again.
    我生怕这一辈子再也见不到你了。
  2. I dread that he will come.
    我担心他会来。
  3. He dreads that his wife might take the child from him.
    他担心妻子可能把孩子带走。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
dread the moment
    担心(某事)会发生 worry about sth will happen

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词

经典引文

  • The dread of loneliness being keener than the fear of bondage, we get married.

    出自: C. Connolly
  • A bondage dreader far than death.

    出自: F. W. Faber
  • The dread possibility..of being expelled.

    出自: R. Ellison
  • I sometimes dread that all is not right at home.

    出自: T. Moore
  • The thing I hoped for and had dreaded to miss.

    出自: J. Buchan
  • Mrs Ruskin hated Scotland and..dreaded going there.

    出自: P. Rose

dread的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. dread的基本意思是“惧怕,担心”,指巨大地、长期地、持续地恐惧,也指面临危险时失去勇气而胆怯。在句中主要用作及物动词,其后可接名词、代词或动名词作宾语,也可接动词不定式或that引导的从句。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
dread doing sth, dread to do sth
  • dread后可接动名词,也可接动词不定式。其区别是:
  • 接动词不定式时,指不敢“主动地”去做某事; 接动名词时则指对某动作所产生的后果“被动地”害怕。试比较以下两句:
  • I dread to come close to the dog. 我不敢靠近这条狗。
  • I dread seeing the dog. 我害怕看见那条狗。
  • alarm,fear,fright,horror,panic,terror,dread
  • 这些名词均含“恐惧、惧怕、惊恐”之意。
  • alarm强调突然意识到有危险而产生的恐惧心理。
  • fear普通用词,侧重指面临危险或灾祸时内心所引起的恐惧心情。
  • fright通常指一阵突然的、令人震惊的短暂恐惧,有时含夸张意味。
  • horror侧重指因看到令人讨厌或危险的东西或情景而引起的厌恶情绪、极度恐惧心情或颤栗的动作。
  • panic常指因突如其来的外界威胁使人群出现惊慌、恐惧或混乱。
  • terror指极大的恐惧和惊骇,语气最强。
  • dread可与fear换用,着重害怕的心理,但dread常指胆怯和丧失勇气。
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