finger

  核心词汇  
['fɪŋɡə(r)]     ['fɪŋɡər]    
  • n. 指针;手指(尤指大拇指以外的手指)
  • v. 触碰;用指抚摸
fingerless fingerer fingered fingered fingering fingers
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finger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. 指,手指(大拇指以外的手指),指部
  2. 指针
  3. 指状物
  4. 一指之宽,一指粗的深度,一中指之长
  5. 套手指部分
  6. 狭长物
  7. 向某人竖起中指(手背向外以表示侮辱)
  8. 【音乐】弹奏技巧
  9. 【机械工程】棘爪(机器的突出部分)
v. (动词)
  1. 拨弄,触碰
  2. 用手指触摸/触碰/ 捻摸/拨弄/摸弄/抚摸
  3. 偷,偷窃,窃取,顺手牵羊
  4. 用指弹奏(乐器、曲调)
  5. 受(贿);接受
  6. <美口>告密,告发
  7. (像手指般)伸出
  8. 给(乐谱)指示指法
  9. 指出,指认
  10. 谴责,指责,控告

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]手指 any one of the five parts extending from each hand
  2. [C]指状物 sth like finger
  3. [C]指幅 measure of alcohol in a glass, roughly equal to the width of one finger

英英释义

Noun:
  1. any of the terminal members of the hand (sometimes excepting the thumb);

    "her fingers were long and thin"

  2. the length of breadth of a finger used as a linear measure

  3. one of the parts of a glove that provides covering for a finger or thumb

Verb:
  1. feel or handle with the fingers;

    "finger the binding of the book"

  2. examine by touch;

    "Feel this soft cloth!"
    "The customer fingered the sweater"

  3. search for on the computer;

    "I fingered my boss and found that he is not logged on in the afternoons"

  4. indicate the fingering for the playing of musical scores for keyboard instruments

finger的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The finger of the clock points to twelve.
    钟的指针指向十二点。
  2. The pen slips out of my fingers.
    钢笔从我指缝中滑下去了。
  3. She poked her finger into the hole.
    她把手指插入孔中。
  4. She cut her finger on some broken glass.
    她被碎玻璃划破了手指。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. Please don't finger the goods.
    请勿触摸这些物品。
  2. I don't like eating food that's been fingered by someone else.
    我不愿意吃别人摸过的食物。
  3. She fingered the rich silk.
    她抚摸着华丽的丝绒。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. There are five fingers on each hand.
    每只手有五个手指。
  2. The hands of men and women have four slender and flexible fingers and a short, strong thumb that moves opposite to the fingers.
    人手都有四个纤细灵活的手指和一个短粗壮实的可与其他四个手指进行相对活动的拇指。
  3. My fingers are stiff with cold.
    我的手指冻僵了。
  4. His fingers are sticky with mud.
    他的手指粘着泥。
  5. What lovely long slender fingers you have!
    你有着多么纤细好看的手指啊!
  6. The tips of the fingers are particularly sensitive.
    手指顶部特别敏感。
  7. The wood was so rotten that you could put your finger through it.
    木头已烂透了,你用手指一戳就可戳透。
  8. Keep your dirty fingers off the wet paint.
    油漆未干,别用脏指头乱摸。
  9. You can tell how nervous she is by the way her fingers worry at the edge of the tablecloth.
    看她那用手指拽台布边的样子,你可以断定她是多么紧张。
  10. She poured herself three fingers of whisky.
    她给自己倒了三指深的威士忌。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
be all fingers and thumbs
    笨手笨脚 be clumsy or awkward with one's hands
get one's fingers burned
    吃苦头 bear hardships
have a finger in every pie
    参与,好管闲事 a part or interest in everything that is going on
keep one's fingers crossed
    希望走好运〔成功〕 hope to get good luck〔success〕
lay a finger on
    触碰,冒犯 harm, touch, even slightly
lay〔put〕 one's finger on
    发现… find out
    lay〔put〕 one's finger on sth

    The doctor was able to treat the disease although he could not put his finger on the exact cause.

    医生能治这种病,不过他不能指出确切的病因。

    lay〔put〕 one's finger on wh-clause

    Something's wrong with this room, but I can't quite put my finger on what it is.

    这个房间里有些不对头,但我无法明确地指出那是什么。

    I know the name, but I can't quite put my finger on what's wrong with the engine.

    我还没弄清楚发动机的毛病。

    lay〔put〕 one's finger on sth

    I haven't been able to lay my finger on the book you requested.

    我不能找到你要的那本书。

lift a finger
    尽举手之劳,出力帮助 make any effort to help when necessary
    lift a finger to-v

    They wouldn't lift a finger to help us.

    他们连举手之劳也不肯帮助我们。

put the finger on
    告发(某人) give information about
snap one's fingers at
    对…弹手指表示轻蔑 move the finger in the direction of sb with whom one is angry

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • I brought my glass over and poured myself out..at least four fingers of Scotch.

    出自: J. D. Salinger

finger的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. finger是可数名词,意思是“手指”,但一般不指“大拇指”,引申还可表示“指状物”“一指宽度”,有时还可指“手套的套手指部分”。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
lay one's finger on, lay one's hand on
  • 这两个短语的意思不同,前者是“发现并指出”; 后者的意思是“得到”。例如:
  • I know there is something wrong in our design but I can't lay my finger on the fault.我知道,我们的设计有些问题,但我找不出错在哪里。
  • That fellow will help himself to anything he can lay his hands on.那个家伙只要能弄到手,什么东西都要拿一点。
  • put one's finger on, put the finger on
  • 这两个短语的意思不同:put one's finger on的意思是“明确地指出”; put the finger on的意思是“指名告发”,且只用于美国俚语中。例如:
  • I just couldn't put my finger on the problem.我就是不能确切指出问题所在。
  • Nobody wants to put the finger on you.谁也不想告发你。
  • lay a finger on, lay one's finger on
  • 这两个短语的意思不同:lay a finger on的意思是“触碰”“冒犯”,含有打人的意思,而且只能用于否定、疑问或条件句中; lay one's finger on则是“正确指出”的意思,且可用于肯定句。例如:
  • If you lay a finger on me,I will not leave a handful of that black hair upon your head.要是你碰我一下,你头上黑乌乌的头发就休想留下一把。
  • It is very kind of you to lay your finger on our plan.你真好,为我们的规划指出缺点。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的fingor,意为手指。

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