terrible

  核心词汇  
['terəbl]     ['terəbl]    
  • adj. 可怕的;极度的;糟糕的
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terrible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. 可怕的,可怖的,吓人的,骇人的
  2. 极度的
  3. 严重的
  4. 令人敬畏的
  5. <口>令人讨厌的
  6. <口>极糟糕的,极差的,极坏的
  7. 危害极大的,造成极大伤害的
  8. 劣质的,劣等的,拙劣的
  9. <口>了不起的,妙极的,厉害的
adv. (副词)
  1. 很,非常,极度地
n. (名词)
  1. 可怕的人或物

双解释义

adj. (形容词)
  1. 可怕的,恐怖的; 令人震惊的,极其令人讨厌的 causing great fear, shock or dislike
  2. 剧烈的,严酷的,严重的 extremely severe; causing suffering, destruction, etc.
  3. 很糟的,极差的 extremely bad; awful

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. causing fear or dread or terror;

    "the awful war"
    "an awful risk"
    "dire news"
    "a career or vengeance so direful that London was shocked"
    "the dread presence of the headmaster"
    "polio is no longer the dreaded disease it once was"
    "a dreadful storm"
    "a fearful howling"
    "horrendous explosions shook the city"
    "a terrible curse"

  2. exceptionally bad or displeasing;

    "atrocious taste"
    "abominable workmanship"
    "an awful voice"
    "dreadful manners"
    "a painful performance"
    "terrible handwriting"
    "an unspeakable odor came sweeping into the room"

  3. intensely or extremely bad or unpleasant in degree or quality;

    "severe pain"
    "a severe case of flu"
    "a terrible cough"
    "under wicked fire from the enemy's guns"
    "a wicked cough"

  4. extreme in degree or extent or amount or impact;

    "in a frightful hurry"
    "spent a frightful amount of money"

terrible的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The earthquake was a terrible catastrophe.
    这次地震是个可怕的灾难。
  2. If they had any respect for human life they wouldn't do such terrible things.
    他们如果还顾及人的生命就不会做出这样可怕的事来。
  3. The government didn't allow reporting the terrible accident.
    政府不允许报道那起严重事故。
  4. What terrible weather!
    多坏的天气。
  5. Unlike my sister, I am a terrible cook.
    和我妹妹不同,我是一个糟糕的厨师。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. It was a terrible accident, but we did not panic.
    这是一桩骇人的意外事故,但我们没有惊慌失措。
  2. A terrible accident happened on the highway yesterday.
    昨天公路上发生了一起可怕的交通事故。
  3. I can't envisage him doing such a terrible thing.
    我无法想象他会做这样一件可怕的事情。
  4. Suddenly there was a terrible noise, and the train came off the rails.
    突然响起一阵可怕的声音,火车出了轨。
  5. Our happiness was soon eclipsed by the terrible news.
    我们的快乐很快就被可怕的消息蒙上一层阴影。
  6. The terrible scene was engraved on my memory.
    那可怕的景象深深留在我的脑海里。
  7. She averted her eyes from the terrible sight.
    她把目光从可怕的景象上移开。
  8. He stood aghast at the terrible sight.
    他被眼前的可怕景象吓呆了。
  9. A terrible pain hit me in the right arm.
    我的右臂感到剧烈疼痛。
  10. He died in terrible agony.
    他在剧烈的痛苦中死去。
  11. We had a terrible time on holiday.
    我们这次假期过得太糟了。
  12. What a terrible meal!
    这顿饭真差劲!
  13. He's a terrible man when he's angry.
    他这个人生气时令人生畏。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. The heat is terrible in Baghdad during the summer.
    在巴格达,夏季非常炎热。
  2. The sight is terrible.
    这景象令人害怕。
  3. His eyesight is terrible.
    他的视力很差。
  4. The dish tastes terrible.
    菜的味道糟透了。
  5. The performance was terrible.
    表演精彩极了。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. I am terrible at tennis.
    我对网球不擅长。
S+be+~+to- v
  1. His face was terrible to see.
    他的脸看上去很可怕。
S+be+~+that-clause
  1. I feel terrible that he cannot accept our invitation.
    他不接受我们的邀请令我感到不快。
It is/was+~+that-clause
  1. It is terrible that she lost her purse.
    糟透了,她丢失了钱包。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 动词+~

经典引文

  • Remembering..the scene as..something potent with the most terrible menace.

    出自: I. Murdoch
  • She told me something so terrible,..so annihilating that I can't remember a word.

    出自: M. Amis

terrible的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj. (形容词)
  1. terrible的基本意思是“可怕的,恐怖的”,指具有较大力量的某事物能造成极度的、令人不安的恐惧,若不加以减缓,则会达到令人痛苦得无法忍受的程度,含有感情上厌恶的意味,一般不用于人,也可指“令人震惊的,极其令人讨厌的”“剧烈的,严酷的,严重的”。
  2. 在非正式语体里, terrible还可作“很糟的,极差的”解; 在美国俚语中, terrible可作“极妙的,了不起的”解。
  3. terrible在句中可用作定语或表语。

词义辨析

adj. (形容词)
terrible, afraid, awful, fearful, frightful, horrible, scared
  • 这组词都有“可怕的”“害怕的”意思。其区别在于:afraid泛指一种“恐惧心理”,多用于习惯地、经常地“惧怕”; awful指由于过分的崇敬或畏惧而引起的害怕,但不厌恶,有较庄严的含义; fearful指预感到危险、失败或麻烦时而恐惧,也指担心可能发生的结果,侧重于主体的心里感觉,而与外界关系不大; scared主要指因身心遭受伤害而恐惧,也指不明根源的无形恐惧; frightful指巨大的或令人意外的事件给人带来的害怕或惊骇; terrible和horrible都可指感情上的厌恶,令人感到不舒服, horrible更甚,指碰到的怪诞的、丑陋的、危险的事物或道德上腐败堕落的行为所引起的强烈的情绪波动,还特指依靠恐怖的或可怕的事物取得吓人的效果。例如:
  • We are afraid to walk in the park at night since the woman was killed there.我们害怕夜里在那公园里走路,因为那个女人是在那儿被害的。
  • The old man believed that God has an awful power.这位老人相信上帝具有令人敬畏的能力。
  • The playwright was fearful that the opening night would be a failure.剧作家担心首场演出会失败。
  • Frightful earthquakes occur somewhere on the earth every year.每年地球上常不定期在什么地方发生可怕的地震。
  • A horrible sight met her eyes.一幅令人毛骨悚然的景象出现在她的眼前。
  • Nothing can erase from her mind the memory of that terrible day.没有什么东西可以消除她头脑里对那可怕的一天的记忆。
  • terrible, terrific
  • 这两个词都可表示“可怕的”。其区别在于:terrible指由于某种具有较大力量的东西所引起的惧怕或恐怖; terrific则指突如其来的灾难或可怕的情景。例如:
  • The roar of a tiger is a terrible sound.虎啸令人生畏。
  • A terrific storm destroyed many houses.一场可怕的风暴摧毁了许多房屋。
  • What a terrific scene!多么令人毛骨悚然的情景啊!
  • 下面两个句子的意思相同:
  • It is terrible to work there.
  • It is terrible working there.
  • 在那个地方工作太糟糕了。
  • 常见错误

    adj. (形容词)
      我的房间凌乱极了。

      My room was in a terrific state of disorder.

      My room was in a terrible state of disorder.

      在非正式文体中, terrific多表示“极好的”,而terrible表示“极坏的”,所以在本例中不能用terrific。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 15世纪初期进入英语,直接源自古法语的terrible;最初源自古典拉丁语的terribilis,意为可怕的。
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