- [C]奖赏,奖金,奖品 reward given to the winner of a competition, race, etc.
- [C]值得竞争的东西 sth of value that is gained after a struggle; a precious possession
- vt. 珍视,珍惜 value highly
something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery;
"the prize was a free trip to Europe"
goods or money obtained illegally
something given as a token of victory
of superior grade;
"I prize these old photographs"
to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open;
"The burglar jimmied the lock"
"Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail"
regard highly; think much of;
"I respect his judgement"
"We prize his creativity"
- The boys competed with each other for the prize.
- First prize in the raffle is a holiday for two in Paris.
- The champion team will win the cup and prize.
- They all concurred in giving him the prize.
- He was awarded a prize for excellence in his studies.
- I still prize all those early pamphlets .
- She will use the prize money to help pay for my education.
- She is the most likely girl to win the prize.
- The cowboy led in his prize winning Bull.
- She always makes a mess of things; she's a prize idiot.
- He was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature.
- She won the first prize in the 100 metres race.
- He has been awarded the first prize for his roses three years in succession.
- My mother is glad for me to gain the first prize.
- Her book gained several literary prizes.
- The girl was much disappointed at failing to win the prize.
- The prizes were distributed among five winners.
- To some men wealth is the greatest prize in life, and to others, fame.
- The greatest prize of all—world peace—is now within our grasp.
- See what a prize I have found!
- She always makes a mess of things; she is prize idiot!
- We prize liberty more than life.
- I prize my independence too much to go and work for them.
- I do want you to know how much I prize all the talks we had together.
- She prized him for his good sense and understanding.
- This is a kind of glass which is now very rare and much prized.
- The portrait of her mother was her most prized possession.
- The boy's bicycle was his most prized possession.
- prize above (v.+prep.)
把…看得比…更珍贵 value sb/sth more than sth
prize sb/sth above sth
I prize my library above my kingdom.
Freedom is prized above riches.
A good woman is prized above jewels.
- award prize 授奖
- carry off prize 获奖
- compete for prize 争夺奖品
- draw prize 抽奖,中彩
- forfeit prize 没收奖品
- found prize 设立奖项
- gain prize 得奖
- get prize 得到奖赏
- give prize 授奖
- give away prize 颁发奖品
- hand out prize (to) 授奖
- obtain prize 得奖
- offer prize for 为…发奖
- offer prize to 给…发奖
- present prize 发奖
- receive prize 得奖
- take prize 获奖
- win prize 获奖
- all prizes 所有的奖品
- big prize 大奖
- famous prize 著名的奖项
- first prize 一等奖
- grand prize 大奖
- hard-earned prize 难得的奖
- large prize 大奖
- magnificent prize 重大的奖赏
- the highest prize 最高奖赏
- best-story prize 最佳小说奖
- cash prizes 现金奖
- consolation prize (体育比赛的)安慰奖
- door prize (剧场、舞会等发的)门票对号奖
- the Nobel P- 诺贝尔奖
- prize ass 不折不扣的笨蛋
- prize cattle 优选的牛
- prize day 颁奖日
- prize exhibit 获奖展品
- prize fight 职业拳击
- prize fighter 职业拳手
- prize fool 不折不扣的傻瓜
- prize idiot 不折不扣的白痴
- prize money 奖金
- prize rose 获奖的玫瑰
- prize winner 获奖者
He won first prize in..a model-making competition.出自：Glasgow Herald
In a grammar school, prizes are plotted for, swotted for, expected.出自： E. Blishen
The Daily Mail had offered a prize of s10,000 for the first successful transatlantic crossing.出自：Journal of Navigation
Peasants who prized their bullocks and..ancestral tombs above all things.出自： F. Fitzgerald
Wit was not something he prized.出自： V. Brome
- prize可用于其他名词前作定语,表示“获奖的,该得奖的; 第一流的,了不起的”,在口语中,还可表示“糟透了的,十足的”,用作反语。
- prize, award, honour
- 1.award指对于优异成绩或卓越贡献经评定后正式授予的奖励; prize指确认某人在竞赛中所获得的优异成绩并给予特殊的奖励,也含有优胜者几经拼搏、胜利来之不易的意思; honour可指正式授予的精神奖励,也可指个人在公开场合下对某人所表达的高度评价与尊敬。例如:
- The new library has won an architectural award.新图书馆赢得了建筑奖。
- He finished only a yard behind the winner of the race but he had to be content with the second prize.比赛到达终点时,他虽仅以一码之差输给了第一名,但获得了二等奖他也应心满意足了。
- She brought honour to her family.她给家庭带来了荣誉。
- 2.award, prize既可指精神上的奖励,也可指物质上的奖励; honour只指精神奖励。例如:
- The Golden Rooster Award is given out once a year.每年授予一次金鸡奖。
- Her book gained several literary prizes.她写的书获得好几种文学奖。
- Such a man is honour to his country.这种人是国家的光荣。
- prize, reward
- 这两个名词的共同意思是“奖赏”。prize指在比赛中获得好成绩而受奖,通常为奖杯或钱物; reward指由于某种行为而获得奖励,尤指金钱等形式的奖赏。
- prize, appreciate, cherish, treasure, value
- 1.appreciate强调理解并欣赏其价值; value强调高度评价并珍视其价值; prize指珍视; treasure指珍藏。
误 He won the Gold Prize of maths this year.
正 He won the Gold Prize for maths this year.
- ☆ 直接源自古法语的pris，意为价值。