flower

  基本词汇  
['flaʊə(r)]     ['flaʊər]    
  • n.花;开花植物;精华;盛时
  • v.开花;成熟;用花装饰
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flower是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. 花,花朵,花卉,带梗的花
  2. 精华,精粹,最佳部分
  3. 开花植物
  4. 盛时;少壮,盛年
  5. 精英
  6. 开花,盛开
  7. 开花期
  8. 青春
  9. 花状装饰物
  10. 弗劳尔(音译名)
v.(动词)
  1. 开花;使开花
  2. 成熟,成长
  3. 繁荣,兴旺,旺盛
  4. 用花装饰
  5. <书>发育

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [C]花,花朵 the part of a plant, often beautiful and colorful, that produces seeds or fruit
  2. [C]开花植物,花卉 a plant that is grown for the beauty of this part
  3. [S]精华 finest or best part of sth
v.(动词)
  1. vi. 开花 produce flowers
  2. vi. 繁荣,成熟 be fully developed; be in its best state

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  2. reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  3. the period of greatest prosperity or productivity

Verb:
  1. produce or yield flowers;

    "The cherry tree bloomed"

flower的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. She picked up a pink flower from a foxglove.
    她从毛地黄上摘了一朵粉花。
  2. I dare not touch the flower for its tenderness.
    这花太娇嫩了,我不敢碰它。
  3. The plant has a brilliant purple flower.
    那棵植物开著一朵鲜艳的紫花。
  4. The flower languished from lack of water.
    花因缺水而枯萎。
  5. I'll arrange some flowers in a vase.
    我要往花瓶里插些花。
  6. I am going to plant more flowers in the front yard this year.
    今年我打算在前院里多种些开花植物。
  7. They are the flower of the nation's youth.
    他们是该国青年的精英。
  8. Men were killed in the flower of their
    男子在年轻的时候就被杀了。
  9. He is in the flower of his maturity.
    他正处于成熟时期。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. Cherry trees flower in the early spring.
    樱桃树在早春开花。
  2. Their friendship flowered while they were at college.
    他们的友谊在求学时已根深蒂固。
  3. Mint - Goon Daughter florist lovely mellow soul good intelligent thoughtful skill transfer has been the flower decoration.
    圆润可爱的女儿花店智能灵魂良好周到的技能转让已花装饰。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. This flower was drawn on the paper.
    这朵花儿画在了纸上。
  2. The handsomest flower is not the sweetest.
    最美的花并不是最香的。
  3. She fastened a flower to the front of her dress.
    她在衣服前襟上别上一朵花。
  4. The butterfly fluttered from flower to flower.
    蝴蝶拍打着翅膀在花丛中飞来飞去。
  5. The rose is the national flower of England.
    玫瑰是英国国花。
  6. Insects are attracted to flowers by their colour, scent and nectar.
    昆虫为花的色彩、香气和花蜜所吸引。
  7. I always associate the smell of those flowers with my childhood.
    我一闻到这种花香,就联系起我的童年。
  8. The bright colours of the flowers arrested the girl's attention.
    花的艳丽色彩引起了那姑娘的注意。
  9. The flowers were tastefully arranged in the silver vase.
    这些花雅致地插在银色花瓶里。
  10. The bright flowers and warm winds announced that spring was here.
    鲜艳的花朵、和煦的风告诉我们春天来了。
  11. April showers brought May flowers bursting into blossom ahead of time.4
    月雨使5月花提前开放。
  12. They have bred a new variety of rose with larger flowers.
    他们培养了能开大花朵的新品种的玫瑰花。
  13. I thought she seemed unhappy so I took her some flowers on purpose to cheer her up.
    我觉得她好像不快活,便有意识地给她送些花使她高兴。
  14. The smell of these flowers called up my years in the countryside.
    那些花的芳香使我想起在农村生活的年代。
  15. Her countenance is like the flowers and the moon.
    她的容貌如花似月。
  16. Her flower arrangements argue her artistic taste.
    她的插花技巧显示出她的艺术鉴赏力。
  17. They dug up their flower gardens to grow vegetables.
    他们翻花园的土来种菜。
~+of n./pron.
  1. The flower of the nation's youth was lost in the war.
    这个国家青年中的精英在这次战争中损失殆尽。
  2. He is in the flower of his manhood.
    他正值壮年。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. This bush flowers in the spring.
    这个灌木丛在春天开花。
  2. Most fruit trees flower in the spring.
    大多数果树在春天开花。
  3. Her talent flowered in her early twenties.
    她的天才在20多岁时便发挥出来了。
  4. Their friendship flowered while they were at college.
    他们的友谊在他们读大学时已根深蒂固了。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
in〔into〕 flower
  1. 处于〔进入〕开花期 in〔into〕 the state of having the flowers open

    The roses have been in flower for a week. 这些玫瑰花已经开了一星期了。

    These plants may be in flower by Christmas. 这些植物到圣诞节就可能开花了。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • Damp hedges..golden with the yellow daisy-like flowers of fleabane.

    出自:N. E. Hickin
  • A contentment that flowered..almost to ecstasy.

    出自:E. J. Howard
  • She has flowered into young womanhood.

    出自:Philadelphia Inquirer

flower的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. flower作名词时是“花”的普通用语,可指花朵或开花的植物,尤其指采摘的花,也可指人造的花。是可数名词。
  2. flower也可表示“开花”的抽象概念,这时是不可数名词,不与不定冠词连用。
  3. flower常引申为“精华,青春”,用作单数名词,常与定冠词the和介词of连用。
v.(动词)
  1. flower是不及物动词,可笼统地表示“植物开花”。引申可表示“焕发,发展,成熟”。

词义辨析

n.(名词)
flower, bloom, blossom
这组词都有“花”“花卉”的意思。其区别是:
1.blossom一般指能结果的树或灌木开的花,有时也指果树上或灌木上盛开花朵的总称。bloom指不结果实只供观赏的花。例如:
The guests admired the beautiful blooms in the garden of their hostess.客人们很喜欢女主人花园里的那些美丽的花卉。
flower指一般植物上的花朵,也指比灌木小的能开花的植物。
2.bloom用于比喻时指青年面颊红润或指人或植物的全盛时期,例如:
Her cheeks glow with the ruddy bloom of health.她的双颊泛着健康的红润。
而flower用于比喻时指最好或最精致的部分,即“精华”。
v.(动词)
flower, bloom, blossom
这组词的共同意思是“开花”。其区别是:
1.blossom指刚刚开花; bloom指达到了开花的全盛期; 而flower则强调颜色艳丽和气味芬芳或暗示花期短暂。
2.flower泛指开花,包括灌木或草本植物的花; blossom多指果树开花; bloom则指观赏植物开花。
bloom blossom flower
这些名词均含“花”之意。
  • bloom:bloom主要指诸如牡丹、玫瑰、梅花、菊花等供观赏的花以及花的状态。
  • blossom:blossom一般指树木开花,尤指果树上开的花。
  • flower:flower指开放的花朵或泛指花卉。

词源解说

  • ☆ 1200年进左右入英语,直接源自古法语的flor,意为花;最初源自拉丁语的florem,意为花。

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