slick

  扩展词汇  
[slɪk]     [slɪk]    
  • adj. 光滑的;顺利地;(指人)圆滑的
  • v. 使平滑
  • n. 海面浮油
slickly slicker slickest slickness slicked slicked slicking slicks
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slick的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 顺利而有效的,不费力的 done smoothly and efficiently,apparently without effort
  2. 圆滑的,油滑的 clever,effective or able to persuade but often not honest
  3. 光滑的,滑溜的 smooth and slippery

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a slippery smoothness;

    "he could feel the slickness of the tiller"

  2. a magazine printed on good quality paper

  3. a film of oil or garbage floating on top of water

  4. a trowel used to make a surface slick

Adjective:
  1. made slick by e.g. ice or grease;

    "sidewalks slick with ice"
    "roads are slickest when rain has just started and hasn't had time to wash away the oil"

  2. having only superficial plausibility;

    "glib promises"
    "a slick commercial"

  3. having a smooth, gleaming surface reflecting light;

    "glossy auburn hair"
    "satiny gardenia petals"
    "sleek black fur"
    "silken eyelashes"
    "silky skin"
    "a silklike fabric"
    "slick seals and otters"

  4. marked by skill in deception;

    "cunning men often pass for wise"
    "deep political machinations"
    "a foxy scheme"
    "a slick evasive answer"
    "sly as a fox"
    "tricky Dick"
    "a wily old attorney"

Verb:
  1. make slick or smooth

  2. give a smooth and glossy appearance;

    "slick one's hair"

slick的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. I advised them to watch out for slick spots on the sidewalk.
    我叫他们当心人行道上路滑的地方。
  2. The slick floor brought me down in a heavy fall.
    光滑的地板把我重重地摔了一跤。
  3. The hurricane carried away the roof as slick as a whistle.
    飓风把屋顶不费吹灰之力地刮掉了。
  4. I don't trust those slick salesmen.
    我不信任那些油嘴滑舌的推销员。
  5. My new boss is definitely a slick politician.
    我的新上司毫无疑问是个圆滑的玩弄权术者。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. He used to slick his hair everyday before school.
    他曾经每天在上学之前梳好头发。
  2. He said we must slick up our swords and guns, and get ready.
    他说我们得擦亮了刀枪,做好准备。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. There is a slick of oil on the water.
    水面上有一片浮油。
  2. The oil slick seriously threatens marine life around the islands.
    浮油严重威胁着岛屿周围的海洋生物。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. The dancers gave a very slick performance.
    舞蹈者的舞姿十分娴熟。
  2. It's precisely that sort of slick sales-talk that I mistrust.
    我不相信的正是那种油腔滑调的推销宣传。
用作表语 S+be+~+ prep. -phrase
  1. The road was slick with ice.
    路上有冰很滑。

词汇搭配

经典引文

  • The slick now stretched in a..greasy layer right across the bay.

    出自: H. Innes
  • He could barely hold on..because his hands were so slick with perspiration.

    出自: J. Carroll
  • Beneath the sparse cover of grass..the ground was slick.

    出自: M. Hughes
  • The streets had been slicked by hours of rain.

    出自:Daily Telegraph

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派生词

adj.(形容词)
  • slickly adv. 圆滑地;不费力地;光滑地‖slickness n. 圆滑;光滑

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