smart

  基本词汇  
[smɑːt]     [smɑːrt]    
  • adj. 时髦的;漂亮的;聪明的;敏捷的;整洁的;厉害的
  • vi. 刺痛;难过;烦恼
  • n. 刺痛;苦恼
  • adv. (=smartly)
smartly smarter smartest smartness smarted smarted smarting smarts
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smart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. 精明的,聪明的,伶俐的
  2. 时髦的,潇洒的
  3. 漂亮的
  4. 厉害的
  5. 活泼的
  6. 敏捷的,灵敏的,灵巧的
  7. 可观的
  8. 猛烈的,强烈的
  9. 有力的
  10. 无礼的
  11. 衣冠楚楚的
  12. 狡猾的
  13. 刺痛的
  14. 尖锐的
n. (名词)
  1. 疼痛,刺痛,剧痛
  2. 苦痛,悲痛,痛苦,创伤
  3. 愤慨
  4. 才智,聪敏,机灵,精明,敏锐
  5. 耍聪明的人
  6. 痛苦,难受
  7. 苦恼
adv. (副词)
  1. 厉害地
  2. 轻快地
  3. 机灵地,精明地
  4. 整齐地
  5. 漂亮地
  6. 大大地
v. (动词)
  1. 伤心,痛苦,悲痛,愤慨,难过
  2. 作痛,痛,发疼
  3. 受罚, 受罪,遭殃
  4. 阵阵刺痛,痛心切齿,引起剧痛,感到剧痛,感到痛苦,感到难受,针扎似地作痛
  5. 刺伤,扎伤,刺痛,扎痛
  6. 烦恼

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 整洁漂亮的,衣着讲究的,时髦的 bright and new-looking; well-dressed; neat; stylish in appearance
  2. 思维敏捷的,伶俐的 good or quick in thinking; clever
  3. 有力的,猛烈的 (of a blow or criticism) forceful

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore

Adjective:
  1. showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness

  2. elegant and stylish;

    "chic elegance"
    "a smart new dress"
    "a suit of voguish cut"

  3. characterized by quickness and ease in learning;

    "some children are brighter in one subject than another"
    "smart children talk earlier than the average"

  4. improperly forward or bold;

    "don't be fresh with me"
    "impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"
    "an impudent boy given to insulting strangers"
    "Don't get wise with me!"

  5. painfully severe;

    "he gave the dog a smart blow"

  6. quick and brisk;

    "I gave him a smart salute"
    "we walked at a smart pace"

  7. capable of independent and apparently intelligent action;

    "smart weapons"

Verb:
  1. be the source of pain

smart的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. I'm a smart girl that speaks with a smart accent.
    我是个机灵的姑娘,说话带有时髦的腔调。
  2. A few months ago they opened a new shop catering exclusively to the smart set.
    几个月前他们新开了一家商店,专门向最时髦的人士出售物品。
  3. He really cuts a dash in his smart new uniform.
    他穿著漂亮的新制服真是神气十足。
  4. A smart tie and a dirty collar don't go well together.
    漂亮的领带与肮脏的领口在一起不相称。
  5. This boy is very smart; he may be another Edison.
    这男孩很聪明,他可能成为另一个爱迪生。
  6. I gave a smart blow on the lid, and it flew open.
    我朝盖子猛一击,就把它打开了。
用作不及物动词 (vi.)
  1. His eyes smart at the smoke.
    他的眼睛被烟熏痛了。
  2. He feared that he would smart for this foolishness.
    他担心为这个愚蠢举动而自食其果。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. The smart of his wound kept him awake.
    伤痛使他无法入睡。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. He is a smart businessman.
    他是一个精明能干的生意人。
  2. Smart children talk earlier than the average.
    聪明的幼童比一般的孩子早开口说话。
  3. They were prevented from stealing the car by a smart policeman.
    一名机警的警察使他们盗车未遂。
  4. Don't give me any smart answers!
    别给我油嘴滑舌的回答!
  5. She was a good editor,but she kept making smart remarks to the head of the department and he finally had to sack her.
    她是个好编辑,可是她老是对编辑部领导说些尖刻的话,所以他最终不得不解雇她。
  6. My brother bought a smart new car.
    我弟弟买了一辆漂亮的新车。
  7. They go to very smart restaurants.
    他们总是到很时髦的餐馆吃饭。
  8. I gave a smart blow on the lid, and it flew open.
    我朝盖子猛一击,就把它打开了。
  9. He had to put up with a smart rebuke from the teacher.
    他不得不忍受老师的严厉指责。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. The child is smart,he'll do well in life.
    那个孩子很机灵,他一定会很有前途。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. His brother is smart in appearance.
    他兄弟外表精干。
  2. He is smart about business.
    他做生意很精明。
  3. He is smart in all things.
    他各方面都很精明。
S+be+~+to- v
  1. He is too smart to jump at the chance.
    他这人很精明,不会错过这个机会的。
It is/was+~+of sb+to- v
  1. It's smart of you to bring a map.
    你很聪明,能想到带张地图回来。
S+be+~+(that/)wh-clause
  1. He is so smart that he will not jump at the chance.
    他这个人很有头脑,不会错过这个机会的。
用作宾语补足语 S+V+O+~
  1. Go and make yourself smart before we call on the Joneses.
    在我们去访问琼斯家以前,你先把自己打扮得漂漂亮亮的。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
smart alec
    自作聪明的人,万事通 person who acts as if he has great ability

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • Patroclus..applied a root..to assuage the smart.

    出自: W. C. Bryant
  • Thy hand hath been smart and heavy upon me.

    出自: Joseph Hall
  • This..rankled and smarted in her..breast, like a poisoned arrow.

    出自: Dickens

smart的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. smart指人时,表示思维能力很强,办事巧妙,能圆滑地处理人际关系等,有时也带有表面的或肤浅的色彩; 有时含贬义,即含有狡猾、诡秘的一面。
  2. smart在指人的外表时,强调人穿上剪裁得体、线条明晰的衣着,是时髦的或是上流社会的。
  3. smart还可指打击或批评是“猛烈的,有力的”。

词义辨析

adj. (形容词)
smart, bright, clever, intelligent, shrewd, wise
  • 这组形容词的共同意思是“聪明的”“有智慧的”“英明的”“有头脑的”。其区别在于:
  • 1.bright一般指年轻人,尤指小孩的聪明、机警; wise指“有智慧的”“英明的”“有头脑的”; smart指“头脑敏捷的”“精明老练的”,常指思维能力很强,办事巧妙,能圆滑地处理人际关系等,有时也带有表面的或肤浅的色彩; clever指“聪明的”“伶俐的”“能干的”,尤指很有理解或学习能力的; shrewd指“机灵的”“敏锐的”“精明的”,表示谙于世故,对事物浅尝辄止,遇事老谋深算,从不忽略个人私利; intelligent指某人是“聪明的”“智力好的”,善于作出正确的判断。例如:
  • In some schools, the bright pupils tutor the dull ones.在一些学校里,一些聪明的学生辅导迟钝的学生。
  • She was wise to their scheme.她了解他们的诡计。
  • He is so smart that he will jump at the chance.他这个人很有头脑,不会错过这个机会的。
  • Jack is a clever student.杰克是个聪明伶俐的学生。
  • I think you've made a shrewd investment there.我认为你在那方面的投资极为聪明。
  • Elephants are intelligent animals.象是聪明的动物。
  • 2.bright强调反应快; wise强调有判断力的、能明辨是非的; intelligent强调思维清楚、理解力强。例如:
  • Tom is a bright scholar in the class.汤姆在班上是个聪明的学生。
  • It is wise to keep out of debt.不借债是明智的。
  • He was intelligent enough to understand my question from the gestures I made.他很聪明,从我的手势就明白了我的问题。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的smeortan;最初源自西日耳曼语的smert,意为痛苦的。
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