jocose

  畅通词汇  
[dʒə'kəʊs]     [dʒə'koʊs]    
  • adj. 开玩笑的;诙谐的
jocosely jocoseness
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jocose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. 开玩笑的,爱开玩笑的
  2. 诙谐的,滑稽的,幽默的,戏谑的,闹着玩的

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. characterized by jokes and good humor

jocose的用法和样例:

例句

  1. Dr. Daniel was a gleg man of a jocose nature.
    丹尼尔大夫是一位天生诙谐而反应机敏的人。
  2. To play the orator. [Jocose or derisive] Dickens.
    扮演演说者、雄辩者。
  3. The tone of this notice was not as jocose as the former supposed discourses of Tchigirin.
    传单的口吻已不像原先在奇吉林谈话中那样诙谐了。
  4. A peasant, a real peasant,” voices were heard on all sides blaming the jocose soldier.
    乡巴佬,真是个乡巴佬,”大家齐声责备那个开玩笑的士兵。
  5. Thomas Mugridge, on the other hand, considered it a laughable affair, and was continually bobbing his head out the galley door to make jocose remarks.
    相反地,汤玛斯?茂格兰治倒以为这是可笑的事,时时从厨房的门里伸头出来,说几句打趣的话。
  6. All these features in wording made his poems tinged with a sense of being unrestrained, wild and jocose, displaying unique aesthetic traits.
    由于这些“野”字的存在,使得王绩的婚姻均充满了“野”味、“野”性与“野”趣,因而极具审美特点。

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