- [U]出席,到场,存在 being present in a place
- [S][U]仪表,仪态 personal qualities and ways of behaving that have a strong effect on others
- the state of being present; current existence;
"he tested for the presence of radon"
- the immediate proximity of someone or something;
"she blushed in his presence"
"he sensed the presence of danger"
"he was well behaved in front of company"
- an invisible spiritual being felt to be nearby
- the impression that something is present;
"he felt the presence of an evil force"
- dignified manner or conduct
- the act of being present
- She was so quiet that her presence was hardly noticed.
- He made believe not to be aware of my presence.
Your presence at the party is requested.
There seemed to be a ghostly presence in the room.
She is too shy to speak in the presence of a large audience.
He had a tremendous physical presence.
- in sb's presence
当着某人的面,有某人在场in the place where sb is; with sb there
I was often silent in her presence. 有她在场,我常常无话可说。
- 当着某人的面,有某人在场in the place where sb is; with sb there
- presence of mind
镇定自若ability to remain calm and act quickly and sensibly in a crisis
Thanks to his presence of mind, the children were saved. 由于他的镇静,孩子们得救了。
- 镇定自若ability to remain calm and act quickly and sensibly in a crisis
- acknowledge〔conceal〕 the presence of 承认〔掩盖〕…的存在
- have presence 有风度
- lose one's presence of mind 慌乱,失去理智
- request presence 恳请光临
- reveal sb's presence 展现仪态
- seek sb's presence 寻求同某人见面
- suspect the presence of danger 怀疑有危险出现
We are a gregarious people, needing the presence of others.出自：M. Mead
The presence of U-boats was detected.出自：R. Whelan
- ☆ 14世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古法语的presence；最初源自拉丁语的praesenita，意为现在存在的。
- presence:presence n. 出席, 到场, 存在习惯用语be admitted to sb.'s presence 被允许谒见[会见]某人be banished from sb.'s presence 被…