intelligent

  核心词汇  
[ɪn'telɪdʒənt]     [ɪn'telɪdʒənt]    
  • adj. 聪明的;智能的
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intelligent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. 聪明的,有才智的,理解力强的
  2. 明智的,有灵性的
  3. 【计】智能的
  4. 了解的,熟悉的
  5. 能将数字信息转换成硬拷贝的
n. (名词)
  1. <罕>搜集信息或情报的人,间谍

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 聪明的; 理解力强的 able to understand and reason well

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. having the capacity for thought and reason especially to a high degree;

    "is there intelligent life in the universe?"
    "an intelligent question"

  2. possessing sound knowledge;

    "well-informed readers"

  3. exercising or showing good judgment;

    "healthy scepticism"
    "a healthy fear of rattlesnakes"
    "the healthy attitude of French laws"
    "healthy relations between labor and management"
    "an intelligent solution"
    "a sound approach to the problem"
    "sound advice"
    "no sound explanation for his decision"

  4. endowed with the capacity to reason

intelligent的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. Though very intelligent, she is nevertheless rather modest.
    她很聪明,倒也很谦虚。
  2. The student gave an intelligent answer.
    这个学生给出了一个聪明的回答。
  3. Maybe the earth has been visited by intelligent creatures from outer space.
    也许太空的智慧生物已经访问过地球。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. An intelligent person would have been more careful.
    聪明的人理应更小心才是。
  2. It was an intelligent decision.
    那是个明智的决定。
  3. I have not arrived at a very intelligent opinion on that matter.
    我对那件事还没有高见。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. All human beings are much more intelligent than animal.
    整个人类都比动物聪明得多。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 动词+~ ~+动词不定式

经典引文

  • Those planets in which intelligent forms have arisen.

    出自: C. Sagan
  • Unit officers were considered intelligent enough to be able to take in the facts.

    出自: A. Burgess

intelligent的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. intelligent的意思是“聪明的,理解力强的”,指当需要用脑理解或解决问题时,具有较强的、有效的使用头脑的能力,侧重于智力的外在表现。
  1. intelligent与intellectual的比较:前者仅仅只是指一个人不是笨的或者头脑不好的,而后者指一个人才智出众,超过正常人。因此,可以说一个人intelligent,但是不intellectual,绝不可说一个intellectual,却不intelligent

词义辨析

adj. (形容词)
intelligent, bright, clever, shrewd, smart, wise
  • 这组形容词的共同意思是“聪明的”“有智慧的”“英明的”“有头脑的”。其区别在于:
  • 1.bright一般指年轻人,尤指小孩的聪明、机警; wise指“有智慧的”“英明的”“有头脑的”; smart指“头脑敏捷的”“精明老练的”,常指思维能力很强,办事巧妙,能圆滑地处理人际关系等,有时也带有表面的或肤浅的色彩; clever指“聪明的”“伶俐的”“能干的”,尤指很有理解或学习能力的; shrewd指“机灵的”“敏锐的”“精明的”,表示谙于世故,对事物浅尝辄止,遇事老谋深算,从不忽略个人私利; intelligent指某人是“聪明的”“智力好的”,善于作出正确的判断。例如:
  • In some schools, the bright pupils tutor the dull ones.在一些学校里,一些聪明的学生辅导迟钝的学生。
  • She was wise to their scheme.她了解他们的诡计。
  • He is so smart that he will jump at the chance.他这个人很有头脑,不会错过这个机会的。
  • Jack is a clever student.杰克是个聪明伶俐的学生。
  • I think you've made a shrewd investment there.我认为你在那方面的投资极为聪明。
  • Elephants are intelligent animals.象是聪明的动物。
  • 2.bright强调反应快; wise强调有判断力的、能明辨是非的; intelligent强调思维清楚、理解力强。例如:
  • Tom is a bright scholar in the class.汤姆在班上是个聪明的学生。
  • It is wise to keep out of debt.不借债是明智的。
  • He was intelligent enough to understand my question from the gestures I made.他很聪明,从我的手势就明白了我的问题。
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