novel

  核心词汇  
['nɒvl]     ['nɑːvl]    
  • n. 小说
  • adj. 新奇的
novelly
new

novel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. 小说
  2. 附律
  3. 【罗马法】新法,罗马法律
  4. 长篇故事
  5. 原义短篇故事
  6. 用短篇故事表示的文学作品(与the连用)
adj. (形容词)
  1. 新的,崭新的
  2. 新奇的,新颖的,与众不同的
  3. 异常的
  4. 珍奇的
  5. 意外的

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C](长篇)小说 a long story, not in poetry, dealing with invented people and events
adj. (形容词)
  1. 新奇的,新颖的,新的 new and strange; of a kind not known before

英英释义

Noun:
  1. an extended fictional work in prose; usually in the form of a story

  2. a printed and bound book that is an extended work of fiction;

    "his bookcases were filled with nothing but novels"
    "he burned all the novels"

Adjective:
  1. original and of a kind not seen before;

    "the computer produced a completely novel proof of a well-known theorem"

  2. pleasantly new or different;

    "common sense of a most refreshing sort"

novel的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The novel is considered a brilliant performance.
    这部小说被认为是出色的佳作。
  2. I like reading novels in my spare time.
    我喜欢闲暇时读小说。
  3. This film is based on a novel by D.H.Lawrence.
    这部影片是根据D.
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. It's a novel idea.
    那是个异常的想法。
  2. It's a novel experience.
    那是一段新奇的经历。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. England is the birthplace of the modern novel.
    英国是近代小说发源地。
  2. She had written a novel about the strikes.
    她写了一本关于罢工的小说。
  3. I like to read the novels of Charles Dickens.
    我喜欢读查尔斯·狄更斯的小说。
用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. He has a novel proposal of his own for meeting unemployment.
    他想出了一个应付失业问题的新建议。
  2. The new car has a novel appearance.
    那辆新车外形新颖。
  3. Flying gives people a novel sensation.
    飞行给人一种新奇感。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. The design of this square is very novel.
    这个广场的设计很新颖。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. Snow is novel to people from tropical countries.
    对于来自热带国家的人来说,雪是很新奇的。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • I am afraid thy Brains are..disordered with Romances and Novels.

    出自: Steele
  • He was already in bed, with a novel shielding his face.

    出自: R. K. Narayan
  • She usually re-read three Austen novels each winter.

    出自: E. J. Howard
  • Much was novel to him, for he had little experience of the world.

    出自: G. Huntington
  • Technologically, novel industries will rise to process the output of the oceans.

    出自: A. Toffler
  • It was a novel and, I thought, an audacious approach.

    出自: K. Waterhouse

novel的详细讲解:

词义辨析

n. (名词)
novel, romance
  • 这两个词均可作“长篇小说”解。novel指以情节形式反映现实生活中存在的风俗、人物等的文学作品; romance指以浪漫手法描述昔时异地的、在现实生活中不太可能存在的离奇人物、风俗或冒险的故事。
  • adj. (形容词)
    novel, fresh, new
  • 这组词都有“新的”意思。其区别是:
  • 1.new和novel既可指具体的事物,也可指抽象的事物,例如:
  • They built a new house.他们建造了一座新房子。
  • Exercise made a new man of him.锻炼使他变了样。
  • fresh多指具体的事物,表示一件事物原有的外貌、质量、活力等没有因时间或被使用过而改变; 用于抽象事物时,常指较客观地具有独特性的判断或思想; novel更强调别出心裁和与众不同,更具有新奇性和创造性,例如:
  • What a novel thing you are so curious about ?什么稀奇东西让你这么好奇?
  • 2.new与old相对; fresh与stale相对。
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