music

  基本词汇  
['mjuːzɪk]     ['mjuːzɪk]    
  • n. 音乐;美妙的声音;乐谱
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music的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 音乐
  2. 乐曲,乐谱
  3. 乐队,合唱队
  4. 美妙的声音,乐音,妙音,佳调
  5. 音乐欣赏能力
  6. 喧闹,吵闹
  7. 乐曲创作艺术
  8. 好消息,令人满意的信息
  9. 【打猎】狗叫声
  10. 激烈的辩论
  11. 法律制裁,惩处

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [U]音乐 art of arranging the sounds of voices or instruments or both in a pleasing sequence or combination
  2. [U]音乐作品,乐曲 compositions made by doing this
  3. [U]乐谱 (book, sheets of paper, etc. containing) written or printed signs representing such compositions

英英释义

Noun:
  1. an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner

  2. any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds;

    "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"

  3. musical activity (singing or whistling etc.);

    "his music was his central interest"

  4. (music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds)

  5. punishment for one's actions;

    "you have to face the music"
    "take your medicine"

music的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. He is interested in music.
    他对音乐有兴趣。
  2. Listening to the music has a calming influence on her.
    听音乐对她起了一种镇静的作用。
  3. I was enchanted with the sweet music.
    这美妙的音乐使我心醉。
  4. He listened with pleasure to the beautiful music.
    他陶醉在美妙的音乐中。
  5. The beautiful music is still lingering in my ears.
    美妙的音乐依然在我耳际萦绕。
  6. I can't play because I have lost my music.
    我不能演奏了,因为我把乐谱丢了。
  7. She was able to read music from early childhood.
    她从很小的时候就能识乐谱。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. John is capable in music.
    约翰擅长音乐。
  2. He was interested a great deal in music.
    他对音乐非常感兴趣。
  3. He tried to educate his son's taste in music.
    他试图培养他儿子对音乐的爱好。
  4. I am out of my element when people start talking about music.
    人们一谈论起音乐我就感到格格不入。
  5. Poetry belongs with music.
    诗歌与音乐有关。
  6. Others are interested in art,music,books and so on.
    其他人对艺术、音乐、书籍等感兴趣。
  7. He had a passion for music.
    他酷爱音乐。
  8. What sort of music do you like?
    你爱听哪一种音乐?
  9. What we play is not “elevator music”, but hit tunes.
    我们演奏的不是“电梯音乐”,而是流行的热门曲调。
  10. He's well up on electronic music.
    他对电子音乐很内行。
  11. I like the idiom of modern popular music.
    我喜欢现代流行音乐的风格。
  12. The music is too loud,please turn it down.
    这音乐声音太大,请把它关小一点。
  13. I listened to the music on the radio.
    我通过无线电广播听音乐。
  14. He read the words and decided to write new music for them.
    他读后决定为这首词谱写一个新曲子。
  15. I'd left my music at home.
    我把乐谱落在家里了。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
face to the music
    承担后果,面对不愉快的局面 accept the criticisms, unpleasant consequences, etc. that follow a decision or action of one's own
music to one's ears
    佳音,好消息 information that pleases one very much
put〔set〕 to music
    为…谱曲 write music to go with words so that they can be sung
    put〔set〕 sth to music

    This poem was later set to music.

    这首诗后来谱了曲。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ ~+名词 介词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • The music came from a portable phonograph.

    出自: R. Ingalls
  • An overextended..sequence of procedures from traditional black and modern white musics.

    出自:New Yorker
  • The music of the accordion floated up to my window.

    出自: W. Trevor

music的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. music是抽象名词,不可数,可作“音乐,乐曲”解。泛指“音乐”时不与冠词连用,特指“乐曲”时或music前有形容词最高级修饰时,可与定冠词、物主代词、指示代词等连用。“一首乐曲”是a piece of music,“几首乐曲”是several pieces of music
  2. music也可用于指“音乐学科”,这时须用零冠词(不加冠词)。
  3. music还可作“乐谱”解,还可喻指“和谐悦耳的声音”。

常见错误

n. (名词)
    他们正随着音乐跳舞。

    They are dancing with the music.

    They are dancing to the music.

    “随着音乐跳舞”是dance to the music,“和着音乐唱歌”是sing to the music。其中to不能改成with。

    他用钢琴演奏了几首美妙的乐曲。

    He played some wonderful musics on the piano.

    He played some wonderful music on the piano.

    music是不可数名词,无复数形式,“几首乐曲”可说several pieces of music。

词源解说

  • ☆ 13世纪中期进入英语,直接源自拉丁语的musica,意为音乐;最初源自古法语的musique,意为音乐的艺术。

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