event

  核心词汇  
[ɪ'vent]     [ɪ'vent]    
  • n. 大事;事件;项目
eventless
new

event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. 大事,事件
  2. 项目
  3. 情况
  4. 结果,后果
  5. 比赛项目
  6. 事情,发生的事情,重要事情
  7. 结局
  8. 公开活动
  9. 社交场合
  10. 不管怎样,无论如何
  11. 到头来
  12. 如果…发生
  13. 万一
v. (动词)
  1. 参加赛马选拔赛

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]事件,大事 a happening, especially an important, interesting, or unusual one
  2. [C]运动项目 any of the race, competitions, etc. arranged as part of a day's sports

英英释义

Noun:
  1. something that happens at a given place and time

  2. a special set of circumstances;

    "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"
    "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled"

  3. a phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory

  4. a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon;

    "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"
    "his decision had depressing consequences for business"
    "he acted very wise after the event"

event的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. It was quite an event when a woman first became prime minister.
    首次由女人任首相倒是件大事。
  2. The new book was the cultural event of the year.
    这本新书的出版是今年文化界的大事。
  3. Don't get caught up in this event.
    不要卷入这个事件。
  4. This article discussed the events that led to her suicide.
    这篇文章讨论了导致她自杀的一系列事件。
  5. Jeff: Wang Ping, What is the sports event that catches the most attention in China?
    杰夫:王平,中国最受关注的的体育项目是什么?
  6. Modern pentathlon became an Olympic event in 1912.
    现代五项在1912年被列为奥运会项目。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Next day the newspapers reported the event .
    第二天,报纸报导道了这个事件。
  2. The news of the event was given out over the radio.
    关于这个事件的消息通过无线电发表了。
  3. Isn't this an astonishing event?
    这难道不是一件惊人的事件吗?
  4. It was quite an event when a woman first became prime minister.
    妇女首次当上了首相的确是件大事。
  5. This is a great event that concerns the future of our company.
    这是关系到我们公司前途的大事。
  6. It is often difficult to discern the truth of an event from a newspaper report.
    要从报纸的报道上去辨明一个事件的真实性很困难。
  7. This is one of the chief events of this year.
    这是本年度大事之一。
  8. Most citizens do not get caught up in local events.
    大多数人对当地发生的事情不感兴趣。
  9. Events proved the folly of such calculations.
    事情的进展证明了这种估计是愚蠢的。
  10. All events have borne out the correctness of this appraisal.
    所有事实都证实了这一估计的正确性。
  11. Two events received public attention during the month.
    这一个月中有两件大事引起了公众的注意。
  12. My opinion was affected by the recent development of events.
    我的看法受到了事态发展的影响。
  13. Shakespeare always introduced some comic events into his tragedies.
    莎士比亚总是把一些滑稽场面注入他的悲剧之中。
  14. The authorities were unable to control events .
    政府当局不能控制局势。
  15. The developments of events bore out what he had said.
    事态的发展证明了他说得对。
  16. We had an animated discussion over current events last evening.
    昨天晚上我们热烈地讨论时事。
  17. She equalled the world record for women's standard pistol event.
    在女子标准手枪射击项目中,她平了世界纪录。
  18. Which events is he going in for at the Olympics ?
    他将在奥林匹克运动会上参加什么项目?
  19. Which events have you entered for?
    你报名参加了哪几项比赛?

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
at all events〔in any event〕
    不管发生什么事; 在任何情况下; 无论如何 whatever happens; in any case
be wise after the event
    事后聪明的,事后诸葛亮 know too late what one should have done
in either event
    无论发生哪件事 whichever (of two things) happens
in that event
    如果那种情况发生,如果是那样的话 if that happens
in the end
    最终;终于;到头来eventually; ultimately
in the event
    结果,到头来 as it in fact happened; as it turned out
in the event of
    万一,倘若 if sth happens
in the normal course of events
    按照事物自然发生的程序 as things happen

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • The events reported in the newspapers seemed too incredible to be taken seriously.

    出自: V. Brittain
  • The fountain playing was an event; it had been turned off all through the war.

    出自: V. Glendinning

event的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. event的基本意思是“事件”,可指历史上的、国际的、国家的或社会的重大事件,也可指日常的小事件。event是可数名词,其复数形式有时还可指“事态的发展”“时局”。
  2. event还可作体育运动的“比赛项目”解,是可数名词。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
event, accident, incident
  • 这组名词的共同意思是“事件”,其区别是:
  • 1.accident是偶然发生的; incident是附属于偶发事件的; 而event则不一定是偶然的。
  • 2.accident在没有happy, lucky这类词修饰时,多指不幸事件; 而incident和event则不一定是不幸的。
  • 3.incident指日常小事或不太重要的事件; 而accident则多指涉及人命的大事,但不用于政治事件。试比较下面两句:
  • Being late for school is an incident, not an accident.
  • 上学迟到是小事情,不是大事故。
  • Being hit by a car is an accident, not an incident.被汽车撞了是大事故,不是 小事情。
  • 如果把accident和incident连用,这种差异就更明显了。例如:
  • Accidents are becoming incidents on this railway.这条铁路上事故已成家常便饭。
  • 须注意的是incident有时也指大事,但多指在政治上、军事上、外交上可能导致争端或战争的事件。例如:
  • It was a frontier incident.这是一次边境事件。
  • 4.event也可指日常小事,但主要指重要的事件(国家的、社会的、边界的等)。例如:This is one of the chief events of this year.这是本年度大事之一。
  • event, fact
  • 两者区别在于:
  • 1.fact的意思是“事实”,以区别于想象或虚构的事物。例如:
  • Most of his ideas can be rendered down to a system of thinking based on outdated facts.他的大多数观点都可归纳在一个基于过时的论据的思想体系里。
  • 2.event也可指日常小事,但主要指重要的事件(国家的、社会的、边界的等)。例如:
  • It was quite an event when a woman first became prime minister.妇女首次当上了首相的确是件大事。
  • Two events received public attention during the month.这一个月中有两件大事引起了公众的注意。
  • Events proved the folly of such calculations.事情的进展证明了这种估计是愚蠢的。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 16世纪70年代进入英语,直接源自中古法语的event;最初源自古典拉丁语的evenire:ex (出) + venire (来),意为发生的事,结果。
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