ridiculous

  常用词汇  
[rɪ'dɪkjələs]     [rɪ'dɪkjələs]    
  • adj. 荒谬的;可笑的
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ridiculous的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 荒谬的
  2. 可笑的
  3. 滑稽的
  4. 愚蠢的
  5. 荒唐的
  6. 莫名其妙的
  7. 胡闹的
  8. 胡说八道的
  9. 出乘露丑的
  10. 丢脸的
  11. 一钱不值的

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 可笑的,荒谬的 deserving ridicule; silly or unreasonable

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. inspiring scornful pity;

    "how silly an ardent and unsuccessful wooer can be especially if he is getting on in years"

  2. incongruous;inviting ridicule;

    "the absurd excuse that the dog ate his homework"
    "that's a cockeyed idea"
    "ask a nonsensical question and get a nonsensical answer"
    "a contribution so small as to be laughable"
    "it is ludicrous to call a cottage a mansion"
    "a preposterous attempt to turn back the pages of history"
    "her conceited assumption of universal interest in her rather dull children was ridiculous"

  3. broadly or extravagantly humorous; resembling farce;

    "the wild farcical exuberance of a clown"
    "ludicrous green hair"

ridiculous的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. His social pretensions make him appear ridiculous.
    他冒充上流社会人士而出尽洋相。
  2. His aristocratic manners seemed ridiculous in this poor area.
    在这个贫穷的地区,他的贵族气派显得很可笑。
  3. I'll show you how to settle such ridiculous stuff.
    你瞧我怎样来对付这种无稽之谈。
  4. That's ridiculous.
    那太荒唐了。
  5. That fat woman looked ridiculous in her tight golden dress.
    那位胖妇人穿着金色的紧身礼服,显得滑稽可笑。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. It's the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard in my life.
    这是我有生以来听到的最为荒唐可笑的事。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. You look ridiculous in such a dress.
    你穿这样的衣服看上去很可笑。
It is/was+~+to- v
  1. It is ridiculous to dispute about such things.
    争论这样的事情是可笑的。
  2. It is simply ridiculous to attempt such a thing.
    想这种事,简直可笑。
It is/was+~+that-clause
  1. It's ridiculous that we should have to queue, when we have already got our tickets.
    我们已经拿到了票,居然还要排队,未免可笑。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. He made himself ridiculous by overestimating his ability.
    他把自己的能力估计得过高,弄得很可笑。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 副词+~

经典引文

  • A realistic sense of humour always saved her from becoming ridiculous.

    出自: V. Brittain
  • Inchcape spoke as though marriage were some ridiculous custom of primitive tribes.

    出自: O. Manning
  • A ridiculous looking man, with tiny legs,..a protruding stomach, and a large head.

    出自: M. Muggeridge

ridiculous的详细讲解:

词义辨析

adj. (形容词)
ridiculous, absurd, fatuous, foolish, silly, stupid
  • 这组词都有“愚蠢,荒唐,可笑”的意思。其区别是:
  • absurd指因为不符合常理或人情而令人觉得荒唐可笑; ridiculous指因为不符合常理或人情而引起别人的讥笑或鄙视; foolish侧重“愚蠢”,多用来指人,也可以指行为,多指因为缺乏智慧或判断力而造成; silly多用于口语,比foolish语气重,指极端的和明显的“愚蠢”,有令人觉得“糊涂”的含意,有时也可以指“傻气; 憨; 不懂事”,指行为、言语等时有“无聊的; 无意义的”含意; stupid强调“愚笨”,常指由于智力低下或其他原因而引起,往往含有“呆滞麻木”的含意,具有较强的贬义,有时也可指事物的“无聊; 乏味”; fatuous含有愚蠢盲目但自我感觉良好以致达到无法认清自己的地步的意思。
  • ridiculous,amusing,comical,funny,humorous
  • 这几个词都可表示“引人发笑的”。其区别是:
  • amusing表示“逗笑的,令人开心的”;funny表示“可笑的,滑稽的”,语意比amusing强,在口语中,还有“不可理解”的意思;comical表示“喜剧性的,令人捧腹的”,只用于人的表情、行为或某一局面等,很少用来指具体事物;humorous表示“幽默的”,指有意识地产生一种轻松可笑的效果;ridiculous表示“荒谬的,愚蠢的”,有时可引申为“令人发笑的”,具有鄙视的意味。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自拉丁语的ridiculosus,意为可笑的。
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