eclipse

  常用词汇  
[ɪ'klɪps]     [ɪ'klɪps]    
  • n. 日或月食;丧失;没落
  • vt. 形成日或月食;使 ... 黯然失色
eclipsed eclipsed eclipsing eclipses
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eclipse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. 黯然失色,丧失,失势,衰弱
  2. 【天】蚀,食,日蚀,月蚀
  3. 遮蔽,隐蔽
  4. 亮光的丧失
  5. 漆黑,晦暗
  6. 声誉骤然下降
v. (动词)
  1. 使失色,使相形见绌,大为逊色
  2. 投下阴影,遮挡,淹没
  3. 超越,盖过
  4. 压伏下去
  5. 引起日蚀,引起月蚀
  6. 食,遮蔽(天体)的光,蚀(其他天体的光)
  7. 使蒙上阴影
  8. 使丧失重要性

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C](日、月)食 the disappearance, complete or in part, of the sun's light when the moon passes between it and the Earth, or of the moon's light when the Earth passes between it and the sun
  2. [U][S]消失,黯然失色 the loss of fame, power, success, etc.
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 食 cause an eclipse
  2. vt. 黯然失色; 使蒙上阴影 do or be worse than; make a shadow on

英英释义

Noun:
  1. one celestial body obscures another

Verb:
  1. be greater in significance than;

    "the tragedy overshadowed the couple's happiness"

  2. cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention;

    "The Sun eclipses the moon today"
    "Planets and stars often are occulted by other celestial bodies"

eclipse的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. It will take an hour to reach full eclipse stage.
    从月食到全食历时一个小时。
  2. It was reported that there would be a lunar eclipse tomorrow evening.
    据报道说,明天晚上有月食。
  3. The moon is partly eclipsed.
    月偏食了。
  4. It was reported that there would be an annular eclipse tomorrow.
    据报道说,明天有日环食。
  5. After suffering an eclipse,she is now famous again.
    她沉默一时期以后,现在又名声大噪了。
  6. The Deputy Fuehrer found himself in eclipse.
    这位副元首觉得自己已黯然失色。
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. Its economy may well eclipse Japan's in size in 20 years or so."
    中国经济的规模在20年左右的时间里完全可能超过日本。
  2. Our happiness was soon eclipsed by the terrible news.
    我们的快乐没多久就被可怕的消息蒙上了一层阴影。
  3. Engineered biology and biotechnology will eclipse the importance of mechanical technology.
    工程生物学和生物技术将使机械技术黯然失色。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. There will be an eclipse of the moon next month.
    下月将有月食。
  2. One of my earliest memories is of a total eclipse of the sun.
    我最早的记忆之一是观看日全食的情景。
  3. During the seventies, her acting career was in eclipse.
    在七十年代,她的表演生涯黯然失色。
  4. After suffering an eclipse, the writer is now famous again.
    这位作家沉寂一段时期以后,现在又名声大噪。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. As the moon eclipses the sun the sky grows darker.
    当月球遮住太阳时,天空渐渐变得昏暗了。
  2. His great success eclipsed his brother's achievements .
    他的巨大成功使得他兄弟的成就黯然失色。
  3. In sports she eclipsed her elder sister.
    她在体育方面超过了她的姐姐。
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  5. The moon is partly eclipsed.
    月偏食了。
  6. Our happiness was soon eclipsed by the terrible news.
    我们的快乐很快就被可怕的消息蒙上一层阴影。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • Often had mankind seen the sun in eclipse.

    出自: James Harris
  • The..fog that eclipsed his forward vision.

    出自: L. Deighton

eclipse的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. eclipse的基本意思是指天体受到遮蔽,引申可表示某物/事物被另一物/事物部分地或全部地遮蔽、遮暗或取代。
  2. eclipse是及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语。
  3. eclipse常用于被动结构。

词源解说

  • ☆ 13世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自拉丁语的eclipsis,意为离去,灭掉光亮。
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