human

  基本词汇  
['hjuːmən]     ['hjuːmən]    
  • adj. 人的;人类的;有人性的;人本性的
  • n. 人;人类
humanhood
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human的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 人的,人类的
  2. 显示人类特点的
  3. 有人性的
  4. 凡人皆有的
  5. 通人情的,有人情味的,有同情心的
  6. 在人体上的
  7. 人文的
  8. 人本性的,人性的
  9. 由人组成的,由人产生的
n. (名词)
  1. 人类

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]人,人类 a man, woman, or child, not an animal
adj. (形容词)
  1. 人的,人类的 of or characteristic of man
  2. 有人性的,通人情的 having or showing the better qualities of man; kind

英英释义

Noun:
  1. any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae characterized by superior intelligence, articulate speech, and erect carriage

Adjective:
  1. characteristic of humanity;

    "human nature"

  2. relating to a person;

    "the experiment was conducted on 6 monkeys and 2 human subjects"

  3. having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings;

    "human beings"
    "the human body"
    "human kindness"
    "human frailty"

human的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The accident was caused by human error.
    这宗事故是人为过失造成的。
  2. It is beyond the confines of human knowledge.
    这超出了人类的知识范围。
  3. Her novel shows her keen insight into human character.
    她的小说显示出她对人性的敏锐洞察力。
  4. His cruelty suggests that he is less than human.
    他的残忍表示他没有人性。
  5. The need to be loved inheres in human nature.
    对爱的需求生来即存在于人的本性中。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. He was the only human on the island.
    他是那个岛上唯一的人。
  2. It's human that everyone is eager for success.
    人人都渴望成功,这是人之常情。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. A human can think and talk, but an animal cannot.
    人能思考和说话,但是动物不能。
  2. The point is that a human tells the machine what to do, when to do it and how it is done.
    关键是人告诉机器做什么,何时做和如何做。
  3. This kind of fruit is not edible for human, it's poisonous.
    这种水果有毒,人不能吃。
  4. That was the beginning of the life of us humans.
    那就是我们人类生命的开始。
  5. I never draw humans; only things of nature.
    我从不画人,只画自然景物。
  6. Wolves will not usually attack humans.
    狼并不惯于袭击人。
  7. I'm a human being. I can stand on my feet.
    我是人,我能用脚站立。
  8. I am a human being, so I am not afraid of any other animal.
    我是个人,所以我不怕其他动物。
  9. A revolutionary leader is a human being, not a god.
    革命领袖是人,而不是神。
  10. I was the only human being on the island.
    我当时是那个岛上唯一的人。
  11. In the story human beings were replaced by robots.
    在这个故事中,人类被机器人代替了。
  12. The fairies are often dressed like human beings in some plays.
    在有些戏剧中,精灵打扮得像人一样。
  13. Animals may behave like that, but human beings shouldn't.
    动物可以那样表现,但是人就不应该。
  14. Without its light and warmth there would be neither plants nor animals nor human beings.
    没有光和热,就不可能有植物、动物和人类。
用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. The cry of a bat is too acute for the human ear to hear.
    蝙蝠的叫声非常尖细,人的耳朵听不见。
  2. The archaeologists have found several human skeletons.
    考古学家已发现几具人的骨骼。
  3. Some ancient societies used to practice human sacrifice.
    某些古代社会曾实行人祭。
  4. The accident was caused by human error, not by a fault in the machine.
    这次事故是人为差错造成的,而不是因为机器的故障。
  5. We must allow for human error.
    我们必须体谅凡人难免的过失。
  6. The broken-down old house was not fit for human habitation.
    这栋破烂的老房子不适合人居住。
  7. The human body is a delicate machine.
    人体是一个精巧的机器。
  8. Even the coolest star is unimaginably hot by human standards.
    即使是最冷的星体,用人类标准衡量起来,也是热得不可想象的。
  9. We all belong to the human race.
    我们同属人类。
  10. It's beyond human power.
    这是人力所不及的。
  11. This is an objective law independent of human will.
    这是不以人的意志为转移的客观规律。
  12. They formed a human bridge across the river.
    他们在河上搭起了一座人桥。
  13. Kehr is a very human person.
    凯尔是一个极富人情味的人。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. Those orangutans look almost human.
    那些猩猩几乎和人类一模一样。
  2. The dog was so clever that he seemed almost human.
    这条狗非常聪明,好像和人差不多。
  3. To err is human.
    犯错误人皆难免。
  4. She's really quite human when you know her.
    当你了解她时,她实际上是很富有人情味的。
  5. Don't be afraid of the boss— he can be quite human.
    用不着怕老板,他有时是十分通人情的。
It is/was+~+to- v
  1. It's only human to seek a better life.
    追求好一点的生活不过是人之常情。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 介词+~
用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词

经典引文

  • Now we wake the sleeping daws who have never seen a human form.

    出自: V. Woolf
  • Baley wondered if..they would accept anything in human appearance as a man.

    出自: I. Asimov
  • There is definitely no human life on the planet, Mars.

    出自: M. Amsterdam
  • Groups of students formed human roadblocks across the avenues leading into the city.

    出自: F. Fitzgerald
  • We obeyed that mysterious human impulse to smile..at..a fellow-creature occupied in baseness.

    出自: R. West
  • We have the cerebral cortex, the part that makes us human.

    出自: M. Gee
  • Conservation..is a key to the well-being of the human race.

    出自:National Trust Magazine

human的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. human是可数名词,指包括男人、女人、孩子的“人,人类”,指有别于动物、自然景物、机器等的特殊群体,也可指具体的“人”。
  2. 有时human还可写成human being,此时不仅与人以外的事物,特别是动物相区别,而且更强调与神、精灵等相区别的“人(类)”,其复数形式是human beings。
adj. (形容词)
  1. human的基本意思是“人的,显示人本性的”,指具有人的特征或气质,使之区别于动物而仅属于人的好的或坏的特性。还可指某人富有仁慈之心,善于体谅别人,使人感觉到温暖,即“有人情味的”。

词义辨析

adj. (形容词)
human, humane
  • 这两个词都可以表示“具有或显示出人的特性的”。其区别是:
  • human指有别于其他动物,属于人的好的或坏的特性,尤指人的感情或缺点; humane意为“仁爱的,人道的”,主要指人对遭受苦难或不幸者的怜悯之心。例如:
  • We believe in humane treatment of prisoners of war.我们主张人道地对待战俘。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自拉丁语的humanus,意为人,人间。

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