idealised

 
[aɪ'diəlaɪzd]     [aɪ'diəlaɪzd]    
  • adj. 理想中的
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idealised的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. exalted to an ideal perfection or excellence

idealised的用法和样例:

例句

  1. It's a long way from the idealised decision-maker.
    这同理想化的决策者相去甚远。
  2. Man is tempted to live up to woman's idealised conception of himself.
    男人一般很想使自己成为女人心目中理想化的他。
  3. Often the reform requires the "delinquent"country to be more like America or Britain and its idealised democratic society.
    所谓的改革一般上是要求“问题国家”变得更像美国或英国,或者他们理想中的民主社会。
  4. Naturally, the face the world can now see is a lot less idealised than the lustrous and splendid golden mask.
    当然,比起光彩华丽的黄金面罩来,世人所看到的这张面孔远非那般理想。
  5. There can be no return to an idealised past where only a dollar deposited in a bank would be loaned out.
    银行不能倒退至过去那种理想模式,既有一元存款,就借一元。
  6. In theory, chief financial officers spend idle moments admiring charts of the idealised firm's optimal capital structure.
    理论上,首席财务官推崇理想的公司最优资本结构。
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