reason

  基本词汇  
['riːzn]     ['riːzn]    
  • n. 原因;理由;理智;理性
  • v. 理论;论证;推理;劝说
reasoner reasoned reasoned reasoning reasons
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reason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. 原因,理由,缘故
  2. 理性,理智,情理,明智,智慧,合理
  3. 道理
  4. 动机
  5. 判断力
  6. 推理
  7. 正常心智,正常神智
  8. 前提
  9. 正常的思想,健全的思想
  10. 健全的议论
  11. 常识
v. (动词)
  1. 推论,推理,推究,推断
  2. 辩论,讨论,论证,论究,论断,争辩
  3. 劝说,说服,规劝
  4. 向...解释,和某人讲道理
  5. 预料
  6. 思考,通过思考想出对策
  7. 理解
  8. 评理,与...评理

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]理由,原因 the cause of an event or situation; a fact, event, or statement that provides an explanation or excuse for sth
  2. [U]理性,理智 the ability to think, understand, and form opinions or judgments that are based on facts
v. (动词)
  1. vi. & vt. 推理; 思考 make use of one's reason; exercise the power of thought
  2. vi. & vt. 争辩 say by way of argument

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a rational motive for a belief or action;

    "the reason that war was declared"
    "the grounds for their declaration"

  2. an explanation of the cause of some phenomenon;

    "the reason a steady state was never reached was that the back pressure built up too slowly"

  3. the capacity for rational thought or inference or discrimination;

    "we are told that man is endowed with reason and capable of distinguishing good from evil"

  4. the state of having good sense and sound judgment;

    "his rationality may have been impaired"
    "he had to rely less on reason than on rousing their emotions"

  5. a justification for something existing or happening;

    "he had no cause to complain"
    "they had good reason to rejoice"

  6. a fact that logically justifies some premise or conclusion;

    "there is reason to believe he is lying"

Verb:
  1. decide by reasoning; draw or come to a conclusion;

    "We reasoned that it was cheaper to rent than to buy a house"

  2. present reasons and arguments

  3. think logically;

    "The children must learn to reason"

reason的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. That is the reason why I don't like it.
    那就是我不喜欢它的原因。
  2. He is able to explain the reason because he was present at that time.
    他当时在场,所以他能解释原因。
  3. We have reason to believe that he was murdered.
    我们有理由相信他是被谋杀的。
  4. We shall in no way let reason be defeated by impulse.
    我们决不能让冲动战胜理智。
  5. His assessment of the situation is based on sheer emotion, not reason.
    他对形势的评估完全是感情用事,而不是建立在理性基础上的。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. Who can reason with you when you are so stubborn?
    你这么执拗的时候,谁能和你理论?
  2. Copernicus reasoned that the earth revolved around the sun.
    哥白尼论证了地球绕着太阳转。
  3. He reasoned that if we started at dawn, we would be there by noon.
    他推断,我们要是黎明出发,中午就能到。
  4. Let us try to reason him into joining us.
    让我们来说服他和我们一起吧。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. I can only guess the reason.
    我只能猜测原因。
  2. We must inquire the reason.
    我们必须问这理由。
  3. You should only stay away from school if you have a legitimate reason, such as illness.
    你必须有正当理由,如生病,才可以不上学。
  4. She lost her reason in consequence of a violent emotion caused by a fire.
    她因失火而过分伤心,以致失去理智。
  5. Only man has reason—animal does not.
    只有人才有理智,而动物没有。
  6. His reason ruled his anger.
    他凭理智抑制了愤怒。
  7. It is contrary to reason.
    这不合情理。
~+to- v
  1. I have many reasons to think that he won't come.
    我有很多理由认为他不会来。
  2. We have reason to believe that he was murdered.
    我们有理由相信他被谋杀了。
  3. They have said the new product will be a success, and I see no reason to doubt it.
    他们说过新产品会成功的,我看没有理由表示怀疑。
  4. We have good reason to believe that he is lying.
    我们有充分的理由相信他在说谎。
  5. In view of her behaviour, you had every reason to be suspicious.
    考虑到她的行为,你有充分的理由表示怀疑。
~+that-clause
  1. The reason I didn't tell you was that I wanted it to be a surprise.
    我没告诉你的原因是,我想让这件事使你感到意外的惊喜。
  2. The reason that he doesn't come is that he is ill.
    他没有来的原因是他病了。
~+wh-clause
  1. The reason why she didn't get the job was that her English was not very good.
    她没得到这个工作的原因是她的英语不是很好。
  2. The reason why he is late is that his car didn't come.
    他迟到的原因是他的车子没来。
  3. Is there any particular reason why you can't come?
    你有什么特殊的原因不能来?
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. An idiot can't reason.
    白痴不会分析问题。
  2. She can reason very clearly.
    她能条理清楚地推理。
  3. A man can reason but an animal can't.
    人能推理,而动物则不能。
  4. Do you think some animals can reason?
    你认为某些动物会分析问题吗?
  5. His primary aim was to teach his students to reason.
    他的首要目的是教学生逻辑思维。
用作及物动词 S+~+that-clause
  1. Copernicus reasoned that the earth revolved around the sun.
    哥白尼推论说地球围绕太阳转。
  2. We reasoned that the terrorists would not negotiate unless we made some concessions.
    我们推断,除非我们作出某些让步,恐怖分子不会同意进行谈判的。
  3. He reasoned that if we start at dawn, we could arrive before noon.
    他争辩着说如果我们黎明出发,中午之前一定能到达。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
beyond all reason
    不合理的,不理智的 not reasonable; not acceptable
for reason
    由于…的原因 due to sth
lose reason
    失去理智,发狂,发疯 drive sb mad
reason for
    (某事)的理由 the cause of an event or situation
see reason
    明白道理 understand reason
within reason
    合乎情理 within reasonable limits
用作动词 (v.)
reason against (v.+prep.)
    通过说理来反对…; 据理反驳… oppose sth, usually by thoughtful argument
    reason against sth

    The lawyer reasoned against any changes being made in the law.

    那位律师摆出道理,反对对法律的任何修改。

reason from (v.+prep.)
    根据…作出判断 make a judgment based on sth such as an idea
    reason from sth

    The employer reasoned from his opinion of the workers and decided to increase their pay.

    雇主根据其对工人的评价来决定提高他们的工资。

    reason from sth that-clause

    I reasoned from his silence that he was unhappy.

    我从他的沉默中判断他不高兴。

reason into (v.+prep.)
    以理劝说使之相信或使之做某事 persuade sb by thoughtful argument to believe sth or start doing sth
    reason sb/oneself into sth/v-ing

    See if you can reason the members into agreement with each other.

    看看你是否能劝会员们取得一致的意见。

    You can easily reason yourself into even greater fear if you always think about the worst possibilities.

    如果你总是考虑最坏的可能性,你就会使你自己更加害怕。

    Let me try to reason him into joining us.

    让我想办法说服他加入到我们当中来。

    After some hours of discussion I managed to reason him into adopting a more conciliatory attitude.

    经过几个小时讨论以后,我终于说服他采取比较和解的态度。

    This is something he can be reasoned into, given time.

    如果有时间,这件事是可以劝他接受的。

    No one can be reasoned into accepting an idea that his feelings oppose.

    无法说服任何人去接受自己感情上接受不了的观点。

reason out (v.+adv.)
    通过推理得出结论 find an answer to sth by thinking of all possible arguments
    reason sth ⇔ out

    The solution is there if you care to reason it out.

    只要你愿意把它琢磨透,解决问题的办法就不难找到。

    He reasoned the problem out and came to a conclusion.

    他推想问题并得出结论。

    reason out that/wh-clause

    The workers have reasoned out that the real power is in their own hands.

    工人们通过推理懂得真正的权力是在他们自己手中。

    We would not reason out where we were, because of the mist.

    因为天有雾,我们当时不能推断出我们所在的位置。

reason out of (v.+adv.+prep.)
    以理说服,使其放弃 persuade sb against sth or doing sth by thoughtful argument
    reason sb out of sth/v-ing

    How can you reason her out of fears that she has had all her life?

    你怎样才能劝说她消除她一生中的恐惧呢?

    Can't you reason the boy out of such stupid behaviour?

    你难道不能说服这孩子别做这种蠢事吗?

    Try to reason him out of that idea.

    试一试劝他放弃那种念头。

    It is you who can reason him out of his prejudice.

    只有你才能劝他消除偏见。

    Father must be reasoned out of driving home in such dangerous conditions.

    必须以理来说服父亲不要在如此危险的情况下开车回家。

reason with (v.+prep.)
    跟…讲道理,以理规劝… try to persuade usually sb, by fair argument
    reason with sb

    You should reason with the child instead of just telling him to obey.

    你应该同孩子讲清道理,不要只叫他听话。

    The teacher tried to reason with the boy but he refused to listen; children like that can often not be reasoned with.

    老师想用道理来规劝这孩子,但是他不听,像他那样的孩子常常是不可理喻的。

    There's no reasoning with that woman.

    那个女人简直不可理喻。

    There was no use reasoning with him.

    跟他讲道理毫无效果。

    Reasoning with him was useless.

    与他讲道理没有用。

    I reasoned with her for hours about the danger, but she would not change her mind.

    我跟她争辩了几个小时,想让她认识到危险性,但她就是不听。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • Ordinary life..has saved many a man's reason.

    出自: G. Greene
  • She reasoned carefully with herself whether..to go away..or to fall flop under Ernest's nose.

    出自: A. P. Herbert

reason的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. reason用于事情可指“理由,原因,道理,情理”,用于人可指“理智,理性,思维能力,推理能力”。
  2. reason后常可接动词不定式或for引导的短语或从句作定语,引导从句的why在口语中常省略。
  3. reason作主语时,可接that引导的从句作表语。
v. (动词)
  1. reason的基本意思是根据事实作出判断或推理,强调连续的逻辑思考,以某个假设的前提、某个确定的数据或证据开始,作出推论。引申可指“争辩”。
  2. reason既可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,通常接that从句作宾语。
  3. reason可接介词into表示“说服某人做某事”; 接out of表示“说服某人放弃某事”; 接out表示“推断出”; 接with表示“说服,规劝”。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
reason, cause, excuse, grounds
  • 这组词都有“理由,原因”的意思。其区别在于:cause指造成一种事实或现象的比较直接的“原因,根源,起因”,它表示的原因是指导致某种结果的客观条件、情况、事件、力量等; reason强调“推理”,指对于某个情况或看法从逻辑推理上引出结论的“理由”; excuse指为了避免责任而设法辩解过错或设法使之显得轻微,指找出的“理由,原因”或“借口”; grounds指一种有根据的“理由”,有时可译作“原因”。例如:
  • Give your reason for changing the plan.把你改变计划的理由讲一下。
  • He is always late, and always has an excuse.他总是迟到,而且总有借口。
  • I have not much grounds for believing the information.我没有充分的依据去相信这个消息。
  • 下面两个句子的意思相同:
  • There is every reason why you should be displeased.
  • There is every reason for your being dis- pleased.
  • 你完全有理由不高兴。
  • 下面两个句子的意思不同:
  • He did it in reason.
  • 他做这事在理。
  • He did it with reason.
  • 他做这事有理。
  • v. (动词)
    reason with, with reason
  • 这两个短语的用法和意思不同:reason with是动词+介词型短语,后接“人”,意思是“同…争辩”; with reason是介词+名词型短语,表示“合理,有理由”,在句中作状语。
  • 常见错误

    n. (名词)
      他迟到的原因是因为下雨了。

      The reason why he was late was because it rained.

      The reason why he was late was that it rained.

      他迟到的原因是因为他没有搭上火车。

      The reason for his lateness is because he missed the train.

      The reason for his lateness is that he missed the train.

      “…的原因是因为…”,英文的正确表达是the reason... is that...,这里需要用that引导表语从句,而不能用because引导从句,以免意思重复。

      生病是她缺席的原因。

      Sickness is the reason of her absence.

      Sickness is the reason for her absence.

      “…的原因”是reason for ( v -ing) sth,其中的for不能用of代替。

      他总是为迟到找理由。

      He always tried to make reasons for being late.

      He always tried to make excuses for being late.

      如果所提的理由被认为不是真实的,或不能使人满意,通常用excuse而不用reason。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 13世纪初期进入英语,直接源自盎格鲁法语的resoun;最初源自古典拉丁语的rationem,意为计算、理解、动机、事业。
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