shadow

  核心词汇  
['ʃædəʊ]     ['ʃædoʊ]    
  • n. 影子;阴影;阴暗;荫;暗处
  • vt. 投阴影于;跟踪;预示
  • vi. 渐变;变阴暗
  • adj. 影子内阁的;阴影的
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shadow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. 影子,影
  2. 少许,微量
  3. 形影不离的人,形影相随的人
  4. 阴影
  5. 幻影
  6. 阴暗处
  7. 黑眼圈
  8. 幽灵,鬼
  9. 阴暗,黑暗
  10. 影像
  11. 侦探
  12. 跟着客人来的人,不速之客
  13. 食客
  14. 影子(美国研制的一种攻击机 )
adj. (形容词)
  1. 影子内阁的
  2. 不明的
  3. 非官方的,非正式的
  4. 阴影的
v. (动词)
  1. 预示
  2. 遮蔽,遮住 ,遮盖,掩蔽
  3. 把影子投在...上,投阴影于,在…上投下阴影
  4. 用自身的影子遮住
  5. 遮阴,遮暗
  6. 隐藏,隐匿
  7. 保护,庇护
  8. 画阴影(于)
  9. 使阴暗,使阴郁,变阴郁,使变暗
  10. 跟牢,盯牢, 盯梢,尾随,跟踪
  11. 渐变
  12. 模糊地表示
  13. 变朦胧
  14. 跟随…实地学习
  15. 暗示,预示(常与with连用)

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [U] 阴影,阴暗 darkness caused by the blocking of direct light, especially sunlight
  2. [C] 影子 a dark shape made on a surface by sth between the surface and direct light
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 遮蔽 darken with a shadow
  2. vt. 跟踪 keep a secret watch on; follow closely and watch all the movements of

英英释义

Noun:
  1. shade within clear boundaries

  2. an unilluminated area;

    "he moved off into the darkness"

  3. something existing in perception only;

    "a ghostly apparition at midnight"

  4. a premonition of something adverse;

    "a shadow over his happiness"

  5. an indication that something has been present;

    "there wasn't a trace of evidence for the claim"
    "a tincture of condescension"

  6. refuge from danger or observation;

    "he felt secure in his father's shadow"

  7. a dominating and pervasive presence;

    "he received little recognition working in the shadow of his father"

  8. a spy employed to follow someone and report their movements

  9. an inseparable companion;

    "the poor child was his mother's shadow"

Verb:
  1. follow, usually without the person's knowledge;

    "The police are shadowing her"

  2. cast a shadow over

  3. make appear small by comparison;

    "This year's debt dwarfs that of last year"

shadow的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The tree cast its shadow on the wall.
    树影映在墙上。
  2. His shadow followed him along the road.
    他的影子一路上跟着他。
  3. The scandal cast a shadow on his career.
    这件丑闻给他的事业投上了一层阴影。
  4. Sometimes she sits alone in the shadow.
    有时候她独自一人坐在幽暗处。
  5. For years he lived in the shadow of his famous mother.
    他受母亲盛名荫庇多年。
  6. He walked along in the shadows hoping no one would recognize him.
    他走在暗处,希望没有人认出他来。
用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. Figmentary fears can shadow our whole existence.
    想像中的恐惧能使我们整个生活蒙上阴影。
  2. He employed a detective to shadow his wife.
    他雇用了一名私人侦探去跟踪他的夫人。
  3. If there is no shadow, spring is on the way.
    如果它没有看到影子,则预示着春天即将到来。
用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. Any pregnant woman who paed through her shadow would miscarry.
    穿过她的阴影的所有孕妇会失败。
  2. Add a Drop Shadow to the sketchbook using a simple layer style.
    添加阴影的写生使用简单的图层样式。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Her face was in deep shadow.
    她的脸部在一片很暗的阴影中。
  2. He walked along in the shadows hoping no one would recognize him.
    他走在暗处,希望没有人认出他来。
  3. She stood aghast at the black shadow in the drawing room.
    她被客厅里的黑影吓呆了。
  4. As the sun set, the shadows lengthened.
    随着太阳的下山,影子变长了。
  5. The earth's shadow sometimes falls on the moon.
    地球的影子有时落在月球上面。
  6. Shadow is longer when the sun is low in the sky.
    太阳很低,物体的影子就很长。
  7. The dog is his master's shadow.
    这条狗跟主人形影不离。
  8. You can't spend your life chasing after shadows.
    你不能一辈子追求不存在的东西。
  9. The invalid was worn to a shadow.
    病人瘦得皮包骨头。
  10. The police put a shadow on the suspected robber.
    警方派探员盯住那个抢劫犯。
  11. They followed the criminal up like a shadow and arrested him at his lodging.
    他们形影不离地跟踪那个罪犯,并在他的住所抓住了他。
  12. For years he lived in the shadow of his famous mother.
    他多年受母亲盛名所累,难露头角。
  13. There's not a shadow of justification for your behaviour.
    你的举动毫无道理。
  14. There is not a shadow of (a) doubt about his guilt.
    关于他的罪状毫无可疑之处。
  15. This event is a shadow.
    这件事是个不祥之兆。
  16. The coming war cast a shadow over the people.
    即将来临的战争给人们内心投下了阴影。
  17. The shadow of this early tragedy has affected her whole life.
    她年纪轻轻遭此劫难,影响了她一生。
  18. The bad news cast a shadow on our meeting.
    那个坏消息给会议蒙上了一层阴影。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. Trees shadowed the pool.
    那些树的阴影遮蔽了池塘。
  2. A grove of trees shadowed the house densely.
    树丛把这幢房子遮蔽得很密实。
  3. Our planes shadowed the enemy fighters until they left our airspace.
    我们的飞机一直跟踪着敌人的那几架战斗机,直至它们飞离我们的领空。
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  5. The later part of his life was shadowed by his son's tragic death.
    他儿子的死这一悲惨事件给他的晚年生活投下了阴影。
  6. He is shadowed by the police.
    他被警察跟踪。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
be a shadow of one's〔its〕 former self
    已不再有以前的力量、影响力等 not have the strength, influence, etc. that one〔it〕 formerly had
be afraid of one's own shadow
    很胆小 be very timid
用作动词 (v.)
shadow into (v.+prep.)
    变阴暗,变朦胧 change dark
    shadow into sth

    The mountains were shadowing into blackness.

    群山渐渐消失在黑暗中。

词汇搭配

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

经典引文

  • As a shadow life is fleeting.

    出自: E. Caswall
  • Your shadow at morning striding behind you Or..at evening rising to meet you.

    出自: T. S. Eliot
  • The shadow of the earth on the moon, seen in lunar eclipses.

    出自: M. Kline
  • The late afternoon sun cast long shadows.

    出自: W. Boyd
  • Dark battalions..Shadowing the distant plain.

    出自: Southey
  • Her face was shadowed by a wide straw hat.

    出自: W. Boyd

shadow的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. shadow表示“阴影,阴暗”时,是不可数名词; 表示“人或物的影子”时,是可数名词。
  2. shadow指投射到平面上的黑暗部分,作“部分黑暗”“半暗”解时,常用复数形式。
  3. shadow还可喻指“不祥之兆”。
v. (动词)
  1. shadow用作动词意思是“投影于…之上”“遮蔽光亮”,指一物体使另一物体模糊不清。引申可表示“变阴暗”“变朦胧”“紧跟着”“盯梢”等。
  2. shadow既可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,接名词、代词作宾语。用作不及物动词时,多与介词into连用。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
shadow, shade
  • 参见shadow条。
  • v. (动词)
    shadow, shade
  • 这两个动词的共同意思是“遮蔽”。其区别在于:
  • 1.shade指遮蔽光亮和炎热,而shadow只可指遮蔽光亮。
  • 2.shade形成的是一个立体空间,而shadow只在地面上形成一个平面。
  • 3.shade所形成的阴影没有明显的轮廓,而shadow所形成的阴影有明显的轮廓。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的sceadwe,意为黑影。

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