- n. 特征；特色；容貌；特写；故事片
- vt. 以 ... 为特色
- vi. 起重要作用
- 相貌，面貌， 容貌
- 使有特色， 以…为特色，是…的特色
- [C]特征,特色 distinctive characteristic; aspect
- [P]面貌,相貌 face viewed as a whole
- [C]特写,专题节目 special or prominent article or program
- [C](电影的)正片,故事片 full-length film as part of a cinema
- vt. 以…为特色 be a feature of; make sb/sth a feature
- vt. & vi. 占重要位置 be a feature or attraction; include as a leading preformer
- vt. 刊载 give prominence to
a prominent attribute or aspect of something;
"the map showed roads and other features"
"generosity is one of his best characteristics"
the characteristic parts of a person's face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin;
"an expression of pleasure crossed his features"
"his lineaments were very regular"
the principal (full-length) film in a program at a movie theater;
"the feature tonight is `Casablanca'"
a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine;
"they ran a feature on retirement planning"
(linguistics) a distinctive characteristic of a linguistic unit that serves to distinguish it from other units of the same kind
an article of merchandise that is displayed or advertised more than other articles
have as a feature;
"This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France"
wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner;
"she was sporting a new hat"
- Their candor is a very pleasing feature.
- Wet weather is a feature of life in this area.
- Her mouth is her best feature.
- The local newspaper ran a feature on child labor.
- This restaurant seems to feature vegetarian dishes.
- Jazz and Blues feature prominently in the magazine.
- The island's chief feature was its beauty.
- The veil she was wearing obscured her features.
- The magazine will be running a special feature on environment next week.
- The feature started at 9:00 and ended at 11:30.
- More complex sentence types featured advanced-level dialogues.
- Round-the-clock service features this store.
- This film features John Smith.
- The magazine is featuring his articles.
- The newspaper featured the story of the murder.
- The show featured dogs of every description.
- We found the father featured in the daughter.
- feature in (v.+prep.)
(使)在…中担任主角〔占重要地位,起重要作用〕 (cause to) take an important part in (sth)
feature in sth
My favourite actress is featuring in a new movie.
How far does cost feature in your plan?
Work features largely in her life.
The economy featured very largely in the Prime Minister's speech.
The success of the flight to the moon was featured in all the papers in editorial and special articles.
The solemn statement was featured in full in the newspapers.
- notable〔striking〕 feature 显著的特征
- fine features 眉清目秀
- handsome〔poor〕 features 相貌英俊〔丑陋〕
- physical features 体格特征
- feature of … 的特色
- feature animatedly 具有生气勃勃地特色
- feature characteristically 具有典型地特色
- feature distinctively 有特色地刊载
- feature exclusively 广泛地主演
- feature faultlessly 完美地主演
- feature harmoniously 和谐地刊载
- feature irrationally 不合理地刊载
- feature monotonously 具有单调地特色
- feature offensively 讨厌地刊载
- feature piquantly 开心地主演
- feature specifically 特别地刊载
- feature in 在…中担任主角〔占重要地位或起重要作用〕
The king fell much enamoured of her feature.出自： T. Fuller
She featured her mother's family more than her father's.出自： J. Hawthorne
- 在戏剧界、电影界, feature这一词现已逐渐被舍弃,说“由…主演”已不大用feature,而代之以star。
There was worry on her features.
This restaurant features excellent cooking.
In the world of theatre and film the shine has now worn off feature, and a new word has had to be found.
- feature, face, appearance, aspect, countenance, look, visage
- She powdered her face before going to dinner.她去参加晚宴前往脸上搽了粉。
- The little boy's face shone when I gave him the sweets.我把糖果给那个小男孩时,他脸上露出了高兴的神色。
- The face of a city can change completely in a year.一个城市的面貌会在一年里完全改变。
- Her mouth is her best feature.她的嘴长得最好看。
- He is a boy with fine features.他是一个眉清目秀的美少年。
- The veil she was wearing obscured her features.她戴的面纱遮掩了她的面容。
- The light was so dim that I couldn't distinguish their features.光线太暗,我看不清他们的面貌。
- She has a pleasing countenance.她有一张讨人喜欢的面孔。
- At the sight of this photo he changed his countenance.他一看见这张照片脸色就变了。
- The man being interrogated remained in countenance.正在受审的人依然镇定自若。
- Her joke put him out of countenance.她的玩笑使他脸色不自然。
- Despite the threats he kept his countenance.尽管受到威胁他仍面不改色。
- The boss is always showing a grim visage to the workers.那老板总是对工人摆出一副铁板的脸。
- We became afraid of the angry aspect of the man.我们害怕那人生气的样子。
- China's industry is assuming a new aspect.中国的工业正在呈现新的面貌。
- He has the appearance of an able cadre.他那样子像个干练的干部。
- The scribbles on the walls ruined the neat appearance of the hall.乱涂墙壁破坏了大厅的整洁外观。
- Never judge appearance.不可以貌取人。
- The dog is like a wolf in appearance.这只狗看上去像只狼。
- She made a poor appearance on stage.她在舞台上表演不佳。
- 7.look是普通用词,用单数时表示脸色、神色、外表; 用复数时,纯指面容,一般用在口语中。例如:
- He sat down at the table with a weary look on his face.他面带倦容,在桌子旁边坐了下来。
- The man put on a serious look.这人摆出一副严肃的神色。
- You often judge a man by his looks, don't you?你老是根据相貌判断人,不是吗?
- ☆ 14世纪初期进入英语，直接源自盎格鲁法语的feture；最初源自拉丁语的factura，意为组成，工作。