- [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.
- 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。
- 在口语中, a fellow有时可用来指“我”,这与汉语中用“人家”或“别人”等来指“我”相似。例如:Let a fellow have a rest.让人家(指我)休息一会儿。
- fellow还常用来构成复合词。例如:I fell into conversation with a fellow-passenger on the train.我跟一位同车旅伴攀谈起来。
- fellow有时也可用作形容词,意为“同类的,同伴的,同事的”,在句中作定语。例如:Unfortunately,Jim's success caused jealousy in his fellow workers.不幸的是,吉姆的成功引起了同事们的嫉妒。You will soon feel at ease with your fellow students.你很快就会和你的同学无拘无束地相处的。He shopped his fellow criminals to the police.他向警方告发了他的犯罪同伙。
- associate companion comrade colleague fellow partner
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的foleaga，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。
- chap 皲裂
- equivalent等价的 相等的...
- buster 破坏者
- fellow:fellow n. 人, 家伙, 伙伴, 学会特别会员, 朋友, 同事adj. 同伴的, 同事的, 同道的…