revolution

  常用词汇  
[ˌrevə'luːʃn]     [ˌrevə'luːʃn]    
  • n. 革命;变革;重大改变;旋转
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revolution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. 旋转
  2. 革命
  3. 公转
  4. 周期
  5. 转数
  6. 回转
  7. 【天】运行
  8. 循环
  9. 剧烈的变革
  10. 周转
  11. 政治变革
  12. 政变
v. (动词)
  1. 使革命化

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C][U]革命 (instance of the) overthrow of a system of government, especially by force
  2. [C]彻底改变,重大变革 complete or drastic change of method, conditions, etc.
  3. [C][U]旋转,运行 (act of) revolving or rotating, especially of one planet round another

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving;

    "the industrial revolution was also a cultural revolution"

  2. the overthrow of a government by those who are governed

  3. a single complete turn (axial or orbital);

    "the plane made three rotations before it crashed"
    "the revolution of the earth about the sun takes one year"

revolution的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Most countries have had revolutions aganist the government.
    大多数国家发生过反对政府的革命。
  2. The industrial revolution had taken place in England first.
    工业革命首先在英国发生。
  3. Those people go around preaching revolution.
    那些人到处宣扬革命。
  4. The invention of aircraft caused a revolution in our ways of travelling.
    飞机的发明引起了旅行方式的巨大改变。
  5. Credit cards have brought about a revolution in people's spending habits.
    信用卡的使用给人们的消费习惯带来巨大改变.
  6. The earth makes one revolution round the sun each year.
    地球每年绕太阳旋转一周。
  7. The earth completes one revolution each day.
    地球每天完成一次自转。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. He has lived through two revolutions.
    他经历了两次革命。
  2. The country seemed to be on the verge of revolution.
    那个国家似已濒临革命。
  3. The constant oppression of the workers led inevitably to strife and revolution.
    对工人的不断压迫必然会导致冲突和革命。
  4. The Carbonari had led two revolutions and had failed.
    烧炭党领导了两次革命,最后失败了。
  5. That country must have an industrial revolution.
    那个国家必须进行工业革命。
  6. The American Revolution took place between 1775 and 1783.
    美国独立战争爆发于1775年到1783年。
  7. The invention of air travel caused a revolution in our way of life.
    航空旅行这一发明使我们的生活方式发生了根本性的变革。
  8. The clothes designer finds herself at the centre of a fashion revolution.
    这位女服装设计师发现自己处于服装款式变革的中心。
  9. Revolution of a right triangle about one of its legs generates a cone.
    直角三角形绕一直角边旋转即成锥形。
  10. The annual revolution of the earth round the sun causes the revolution of the seasons.
    地球每年绕太阳公转一次形成四季循环。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • Naturalists affirm..that the revolution of..years gradually wears away the former body.

    出自: E. Hopkins

revolution的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. revolution的基本意思是“革命”,指为了推翻旧的政权或体系而进行的规模较大的行为,尤指借助武力; 也可指有重大意义的或彻底的变化。revolution还可指“旋转,运行”。
  2. 在以revolution作为中心词构成专有名词时,其前应有定冠词the。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
revolution, rebellion, revolt, riot
  • 这四个词的共同意思是“革命”。其区别是:
  • revolution指规模较大的推翻旧政权的行为,也可指其他的有进步意义的历史变革; revolt一般指规模较小,且时间较短的“起义”,还可指广泛的“反抗”,不一定采取暴力方式,对象也不一定是政权。例如:
  • Armed revolt occurred frequently in oppressed countries.在被压迫国家内常发生武装起义的事件。
  • rebellion一般是从旧统治阶级角度来看,因此可译为“造反,叛乱”,通常未能成功,可指某一次具体事件,但不宜指正义的革命。例如:
  • In mediaeval Europe, big nobles often rose in rebellion against the king.在中世纪的欧洲,大贵族常掀起叛乱反对国王。
  • riot作“骚动”解,指一群人喧嚷捣乱。例如:
  • The book has as its central theme a riot in a small southern town of the United States.这本书的主题是美国南部一个小城发生的暴乱。
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