- 重要的,重大的 which matters a lot; having or likely to have great effect, value, or influence
- 有势力的,有地位的 having influence or power
- of great significance or value;
"the important questions of the day"
- important in effect or meaning;
"a significant change in tax laws"
"a significant change in the Constitution"
"a significant contribution"
- of extreme importance; vital to the resolution of a crisis;
"a crucial moment in his career"
"a crucial election"
"a crucial issue for women"
- having authority or ascendancy or influence;
"an important official"
"the captain's authoritative manner"
- having or suggesting a consciousness of high position;
"recited the decree with an important air"
"took long important strides in the direction of his office"
- History chronicles important events of the past.
- He has made an important contribution to the company's success.
- It was one of the most important discoveries ever made.
- She was clearly an important person.
He spent important money on a small jewel for his wife.
The school received important money from that overseas Chinese.
She spends an important part of her time on dressing.
He called me down on my absence at that important meeting.
The important statement was soon carried all over the world by radio.
This latest statement of the White House clashes with important aspects of the United States' foreign policy.
The schoolmaster will convene all teachers to tell them the important thing.
Let me now deal more fully with the important question that was touched on earlier.
All important problems must be submitted to the committee.
Please sober down a bit; I've got some important news for you.
Last night we all stayed up late for listening to the important news.
Please post this important message on your notice board so that all the students can read it.
This is an important problem into which too few social scientists have researched.
The representatives submitted an important problem for discussion.
I've starred the important articles to read.
It is reported that three important criminals ran away from prison last night.
Take time to reflect before doing important things.
From such a small beginning have proceeded many important decisions.
What important buildings did the guide point out to you in your trip around the city ?
He had an important part to play in ensuring the success of the scheme.
You should review important points mentioned in class as well as points you confused about.
His account of the accident misses out one or two important facts.
Mr. White occupies an important position in the Ministry of Education.
He is an important man.
This famous doctor has operated on many important people.
My neighbour is always putting on airs, pretending she knows important people and is invited to rich parties, and so on.
He had an important air about him.
He continued with his reading as if nothing important had happened.
Most of us admit study as something important, but brush it aside at busy times.
What he said at the meeting is important.
The matter is especially important.
Where and when and what you study are all important.
He felt that medicine was the most important cause to which he could dedicate himself.
It's stretching a point to say the book is important just because it is written by a well-known author.
A knowledge of history is important for all of us.
The teenagers are very important to the entertainment industries.
Male nurses are particularly important in caring for men in mental hospitals.
It is vitally important to cancel the order immediately.
It is important to separate learning English orally from learning English by reading books.
It is important to locate new industries where labour and raw materials are easily available.
It is important for the school to open to the outside world.
It is very important for the learners of the English language to learn some texts by heart.
It's important that you know about this.
It is important that every one of you should finish your homework in time.
It is important that the rules be observed.
It is very important to her that she gets the job.
The following election is being billed as the most important in 30 years.
Most important, the pumps are manufactured in a nearby town.
- important announcement 重要的宣布
- important book 重要的书
- important day 重要的日子
- important decisions 重要的决定
- important events 重要的事件
- important figure 要人
- important meeting 重要的会议
- important money 大笔钱
- important occasion 重大场合
- important person 要人
- less important 不太重要的
- the most important 最重要的
- very important 很重要的
- highly important 很重要的
- particularly important 尤其重要的
- profoundly important 深为重要的
- supremely important 最重要的
- unusually important 异常重要的
- vitally important 至关重要的
His work was the important thing, beside it all else was trivial.出自：A. J. Cronin
It becomes so important to me that I see a whole stretch of days ruined if I do not get it.出自：N. Mosley
- important形容事物时表示“重大,重要,紧急”; 形容人时表示“有权力〔地位〕”“自以为了不起”,在句中一般用作定语、表语。
- important的比较级是more important; 最高级为most important。
- important, significant, vital
这组词都可表示“重要的”。significant指某事特别有意义,尤其突出、为人所记忆或长远看很有贡献,但不一定有紧迫的或强有力的含意; important既可指某事意味深长,也可指有一点价值的; vital指对整体的安宁或成功能起到重大的、不可缺少的作用。
误 It is important that we must study hard.
正 It is important that we (should) study hard.
析 在It is important that-clause的结构中, that从句中的谓语动词应该用虚拟语气,需用should+动词原形,或省略should直接用动词原形。
误 This is a important decision, so take your time in making it.
正 This is an important decision, so take your time in making it.
误 What the students do in their spare time is of great important.
正 What the students do in their spare time is of great importance.
析 be of后才可接名词,用来说明主语的性质、状态等,中间可以加great, little, no等以示程度。important是形容词,不能用great修饰。
- ☆ 1444年英进入语，直接源自中古法语的important；最初源自古典拉丁语的importare，意为介绍，引入。
- important:important adj. 重要的, 重大的, 有权力的, 有地位的 英英解释:形容词important:1. of great significance or value同义词：of import…