- vt.镀银于；使 ... 成银色
- 敷以似银之物， 给…镀似银的物质
- [U] 银 a soft whitish precious metal that is a simple substance, carries electricity very well, can be brightly polished, and is used in jewellery, coins, and knives, forks, etc.
- [U] 银币; 银餐具 coins made of silver or a similar metal, and not of copper; spoons, forks, dishes, etc.for the table, made of silver or a similar metal
- a soft white precious univalent metallic element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal; occurs in argentite and in free form; used in coins and jewelry and tableware and photography
- coins made of silver
- a light shade of grey
- silverware eating utensils
- a trophy made of silver (or having the appearance of silver) that is usually awarded for winning second place in a competition
- made from or largely consisting of silver;
- having the white lustrous sheen of silver;
"a land of silver (or silvern) rivers where the salmon leap"
"repeated scrubbings have given the wood a silvery sheen"
- of lustrous grey; covered with or tinged with the color of silver;
- expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively;
"able to dazzle with his facile tongue"
- coat with a layer of silver or a silver amalgam;
"silver the necklace"
- make silver in color;
"Her worries had silvered her hair"
- turn silver;
"The man's hair silvered very attractively"
- He had some silver in his pocket.
- Acid had pitted the surface of the silver.
- His black hair was threaded with silver.
- This board was cast in bronze not in silver.
- You can recognize the genuine tape because of its silver grey color.
- He found the chest to contain silver coins.
- She wore a silver chain around her neck.
- Every cloud has a silver lining.
- There is not a silver hair on her head.
- He silvered a mirror.
- The years have silvered her hair.
They beat the silver thin.
To plate metal is to cover it with a thin layer of gold, or silver, etc.
Many treasures of gold and silver have been found in the grave.
The dish was made of silver, beaten out by hand.
The knives and forks are not as valuable as they look; they've only been plated with silver.
The silver has come up beautifully.
The silver will need to be polished up for the dinner party.
All I've got is a 25 pound note and about a pound in silver.
The old man had hair of silver.
We walked along under that silver of moon.
The frost painted all the trees silver.
The guests sat cross-legged around a low table and fed off silver dishes.
He plated the old silver container again.
The flowers were tastefully arranged in the silver vase.
These young men competed for the silver medal.
They had a party to celebrate their silver wedding.
- a silver tongue
口才,雄辩 way of speaking that charms or persuades people
He has a silver tongue. 他能说会道。
It was his silver tongue that got him the job. 他因口齿伶俐而获得了这份工作。
- 口才,雄辩 way of speaking that charms or persuades people
- fine silver 优质银
- native silver 天然银
- pure silver 纯银
- refined silver 纯银
- solid silver 纯银
- sterling silver 标准纯银
- silver age 银器时代
You're a merchant...Are you here to make siller?出自：J. Buchan
George..paid the man four-and-six in silver.出自：J. K. Jerome
Copper may be silvered over.出自：G. W. Francis
- silver的基本意思是“银”,指一种白色、质软、延展性强、导电、导热性好,化学性质稳定的金属, silver也可指用银制成的“钱币,银餐具”。是不可数名词。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的seolofr，意为银，银色；最初源自原始日耳曼语的silubra-，意为和银有关的。