- [C]男子; 小伙子,家伙 man; boy
- [C](大学的)研究员,(学术团体的)会员 a member of a society connected with some branch of learning or of certain university colleges
a boy or man;
"that chap is your host"
"there's a fellow at the door"
"he's a likable cuss"
"he's a good bloke"
a friend who is frequently in the company of another;
"comrades in arms"
a person who is member of one's class or profession;
"the surgeon consulted his colleagues"
"he sent e-mail to his fellow hackers"
one of a pair;
"he lost the mate to his shoe"
"one eye was blue but its fellow was brown"
a member of a learned society;
"he was elected a fellow of the American Physiological Association"
an informal form of address for a man;
"Say, fellow, what are you doing?"
"Hey buster, what's up?"
a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman;
"if I'd known he was her boyfriend I wouldn't have asked"
- Jack is a clever fellow indeed.
- I can't tolerate that rude fellow.
- That foolish fellow is looking for trouble.
- He's a very nice fellow though bad-tempered.
- He was cut off from his fellows.
- Joe is a fellow of the Law College.
- He was elected a fellow of Trinity College in Cambridge and assistant tutor.
- He recalled his fellow traveller with pleasure.
- He is popular with his fellow workers.
- He had consulted with his fellow workers before he made the decision.
- I consider him to be a clever fellow.
- I say,John, who's that fellow?
- That young fellow seems to have a lot to say for himself.
- The place was in charge of a Major Donald, a good-nature fellow.
- I'll eat my hat if that fellow will not come here again!
- We can't stand that fellow.
- Every one of us saw through the fellow.
- He always feels shy of the fellow.
- If you lend anything to that fellow, he'll stick to it if he gets half a chance.
- Another fellow over there was searching his shirt for fleas.
- He is a dangerous fellow, someone ought to draw his teeth.
- Karl is a fellow of the Royal Society.
- Poor fellow, what a bad cough he's got.
Brave men, their fellows in arms.出自： H. Cogan
It will be a palace..not fellowed in Europe.出自： P. Heylin
- fellow作“小伙子”解时,常与good, bad, brave, clever, foolish, young, old等连用。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的feolaga，意为伙伴；最初源自古北欧语的felagi：fe (钱） + legi (放置），意为把钱放到一起的人。
- companion 同伴
- associate 联想
- partner 伙伴
- guy 家伙
- man 男人
- chap 皲裂
- mate 配偶
- boy 男孩
- comrade 同志
- lad 少年
- counterpart 职务相当的人...
- colleague 同事
- member 成员
- researcher 研究人员
- sister 姐妹
- parallel 平行的
- associated 联合的
- corresponding 相当的
- equivalent 等价的 相等的...
- related 相关的
- coordinate （使）协调
- correspondence 通信
- professor 教授
- brother 兄弟
- relation 关系
- pal 朋友
- party 聚会
- correspondent 通讯记者
- neighbor 邻居
- twin 孪生的
- dog 狗
- organism 有机体
- companionate 同伴的
- accompanying 陪伴的
- match 对手
- gent 绅士
- bloke <俚>人
- dude 花花公子
- familiar 熟悉的
- young man 男青年
- fella <俚>伙伴
- confrere 会友
- cuss 诅咒
- feller 伐木工
- boyfriend 男朋友
- blighter 笨蛋
- swain 情郎
- beau 男朋友
- buster 破坏者