polish

  核心词汇  
['pɒlɪʃ]     ['pɑːlɪʃ]    
  • n. 光泽;上光剂;优雅;精良
  • v. 擦亮;磨光;推敲;完善
  • Polish.
  • adj. 波兰的;波兰人的;波兰语的
  • n. 波兰语
polisher polished polished polishing polishes
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polish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. 光泽
  2. 光滑
  3. 优美
  4. 擦亮
  5. 波兰语
  6. 磨光
  7. 完善
  8. 上光剂
  9. 磨光粉
  10. 擦亮剂
  11. 亮漆
  12. 磨擦
  13. 擦亮粉
  14. 亮油
  15. 修养
  16. 推敲
  17. 优雅
  18. 擦光剂
  19. 亮光剂
v. (动词)
  1. 变光滑
  2. 使精炼
  3. 擦亮
  4. 磨光
  5. 润饰
  6. 推敲
  7. 抛光
  8. 发亮
  9. 使简练
  10. 使醇化
  11. 使优美
  12. 修磨
  13. 涂油
  14. 修改
  15. 润色
  16. 干掉
  17. 杀死
  18. 很快做完
  19. 迅速吃光
  20. 光滑
  21. 文饰
  22. 打光滑
  23. 使精练
  24. 使完美
adj. (形容词)
  1. 波兰的
  2. 波兰(人)的
  3. 波兰文化的

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. (使)光滑,擦亮 make or become smooth and shiny by rubbing with or without a chemical substance
  2. vt. 文饰 improve in behaviour, intellectual interests, etc.
n. (名词)
  1. [U]光泽剂,上光蜡,亮漆 a liquid powder
  2. [S]光亮,光滑 a smooth shiny surface produced by rubbing
  3. [S]擦亮,磨光 an act of polishing
  4. [U]优美,高雅,完善 the quality of being polished

英英释义

Noun:
  1. the property of being smooth and shiny

  2. a highly developed state of perfection; having a flawless or impeccable quality;

    "they performed with great polish"
    "I admired the exquisite refinement of his prose"
    "almost an inspiration which gives to all work that finish which is almost art"

  3. a preparation used in polishing

  4. the Slavic language of Poland

Adjective:
  1. of or relating to Poland or its people or culture;

    "Polish sausage"

Verb:
  1. make (a surface) shine;

    "shine the silver, please"
    "polish my shoes"

  2. improve or perfect by pruning or polishing;

    "refine one's style of writing"

  3. bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state;

    "polish your social manners"

polish的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. A hot plate will spoil the polish on this table.
    热盘子会毁坏桌面的光泽。
  2. This car polish is an effective shield against rust.
    这种汽车上光蜡很有防锈作用。
  3. With this polish you can give a good high gloss to the wood.
    使用这种上光蜡可使木器表面极为光亮平滑。
  4. Now we have a presentable great speaker whose polish reminds me of Will Smith.
    现在我们能言善辩的总统,他的优雅一直让我想起了威尔史密斯。
  5. We want the game we're working on right now to be as high in quality, polish and playability as anything we've done in the past.
    我们希望能够使这款正在开发的游戏像我们曾做过的任何东西一般高质量,精良和具高度可玩性。
  6. These well trained and elite troops are well equipped with plate armour and lances, making them a fearsome addition to any Polish army.
    这些骑士装备精良板甲和骑枪,是训练有素的精锐骑兵,为波兰军队之杀手镧。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. I polished my buttons with a handkerchief.
    我用手帕把钮扣擦亮。
  2. The aluminum film retains its high polish much longer than does silver, and it can be repolished, whereas silver can not.
    铝膜保持高度的光洁的时间比银粉长多了,而且铝膜可以再次磨光,而银粉层却不行。
  3. It's an honest book but it hasn't been polished.
    这本书写得真诚坦率,但还未经润色。
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. When I awoke, a Polish man came to my room, held my hand and looked at me with friendly eyes.
    当我醒来时,一名波兰人走过来,他握着我的手,亲切地望着我。
  2. Well, I think she's either Russian or Polish.
    嗯,我看她不是俄罗斯人就是波兰人。
  3. This chapter introduces the vocalic inventory of Polish.
    这一章讲了波兰语的元音表。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. My spoken Polish is better than my written Polish.
    我的波兰语说得比写得好。
  2. This chapter introduces the vocalic inventory of Polish.
    这一章讲了波兰语的元音表。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. The wood won't polish.
    这种木材无法磨光。
  2. Silver polishes easily.
    银器皿容易擦亮。
  3. Leather shoes need polishing with good quality wax.
    擦皮鞋需要用优质光蜡。
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. He has polished his shoes.
    他已擦亮了鞋。
  2. You had better polish your shoes with a brush.
    你最好用刷子刷刷鞋。
  3. Polish the desk before you begin to study.
    学习之前把桌子擦一擦。
  4. Would you please polish my article right now?
    您现在把我的文章润色一下好吗?
  5. The speaker spent several days polishing her lecture.
    那位发言者用了好几天时间润饰她的讲稿。
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  7. The blackboard was polished clearly before the lecture began.
    上课前黑板擦得干干净净。
  8. The essay is well polished.
    这篇散文文笔优美。
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. + adj.
  1. They polished the floor smooth.
    他们把地板磨得光滑。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. The polish is rubbed off.
    上光蜡被擦掉了。
  2. Use brown polish on these shoes.
    用棕色的鞋油擦这双鞋。
  3. A hot plate will spoil the table's polish.
    热盘子会弄坏桌面的光泽。
  4. These shoes need a polish!
    这些鞋子需要擦亮。
  5. His writing has potential but lacks polish.
    他的写作很有潜力,但是不够优美。
  6. Four years of college gave her considerable polish.
    四年的大学生活使她变得很有修养。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
polish off (v.+adv.)
    击倒; 除掉 knock out; get rid of or kill
    polish sth ⇔ off

    He polished off a whole roast duck in ten minutes.

    他十分钟就吃光了一只烤鸭。

    The hungry boys polished off a plateful of ham and then asked for more.

    饥饿的孩子很快就吃完了一盘火腿,然后又要了一些。

    After the contest we were all so hungry that we polished off the lunch in only a few minutes.

    比赛后我们大家都很饿,几分钟就把饭吃光了。

    Having polished off a slice or two of bread, she started work again.

    她匆匆吃了一两片面包,又开始工作了。

    We can soon polish off that job.

    我们能很快干完那工作。

    She had to polish off her work before going home.

    回家前她必须快把工作做完。

    Do you think you can polish off these sheets of typing before four o'clock?

    你认为在四点钟以前能把这几页都打完吗?

    Mary polished off her homework early so that she could watch TV.

    玛丽为了能看电视,很早便匆匆做完了家庭作业。

    The cream buns and sausage rolls were polished off in nest to no time.

    转眼之间,奶油面包和腊肠卷就被一扫而光。

    polish sb ⇔ off

    The boxer polished off his opponent in the first round.

    拳击手在第一个回合就把他的对手击倒了。

    The villain of the novel is polished off in the last chapter but one.

    小说中的那个坏蛋在书中倒数第二章就被干掉了。

polish up (v.+adv.)
    擦亮 burnish; become bright and clean with polishing
    polish up

    Our sales technique needs polishing up.

    我们的销售技术需要提高。

    polish sth ⇔ up

    I'm going to New York, so I must polish up my English.

    我要去纽约,因此我必须提高英语水平。

    In his spare time he did all he could to polish up his German.

    他在业余时间努力进修德语。

    I advise you to polish up your article once more before you send it to the editor.

    我劝你在把文章送交编辑以前再润色一下。

    The matter in the easy is satisfactory, but the style needs to be polished up.

    这篇文章的内容不错,但还需要润色一下。

    polish sth ⇔ up

    He polished up the handle of the big front door.

    他把大门的把手擦亮了。

    Jim has a supply of old pennies which he polishes up and passes off to foreign tourists as rare coins.

    吉姆有许多旧硬币,他把它们擦了一下,冒充稀有的古钱币,以此骗外国旅游者。

    The silver will need to be polished up for the dinner party.

    为了宴会,这些银器皿需要擦得光亮。

    These old pieces of brass have been polished up beautifully.

    这几件古铜器已被擦得光亮夺目。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • The glossy polish that the best English boarding schools can sometimes provide.

    出自: L. Deighton
  • I polish and oil it all the time.

    出自: N. Hinton
  • He watched his father's employees polish and dust.

    出自: A. Desai

polish的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. polish的基本意思是“擦亮”,指通过用某些工具把一些旧的东西擦亮,可用作不及物动词或及物动词,用作及物动词时接名词或代词作宾语,有时也可接以形容词充当补足语的复合宾语; 用作不及物动词时,主动形式常含有被动意义。
  2. polish引申可作“文饰”解,主要是指人们对文章加以修改,使其更加符合语体习惯,用作及物动词,接名词或代词作宾语。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
polish, luster, sheen
  • 这三个词都可指“光亮,光泽”。polish指经摩擦或用过光亮剂等而形成的光泽; luster指反光所映射出来的光亮; sheen则指较稳定的光亮或光泽。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 1300年左右进入英语,直接源自古法语的poliss;最初源自古典拉丁语的polire,意为使平滑。
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