wild

  基本词汇  
[waɪld]     [waɪld]    
  • adj.野生的;野蛮的;未开发的;狂热的
  • adv.胡乱地;失去控制地
  • n.荒野;荒地
wildly wilder wildest wildness
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wild是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 野生的,野的
  2. 狂暴的,猛烈的,狂乱的
  3. 任性的
  4. 无人烟的,荒凉的,荒野的,没人住的
  5. 无法无天的
  6. 狂风暴雨的
  7. 野蛮的,野性的
  8. 未开化的
  9. 放荡的
  10. 未驯养的
  11. 未耕作的,完全自然的
  12. 波涛汹涌的
adv.(副词)
  1. 胡乱地
  2. 狂暴地,猛烈地
  3. 无控制地,失去控制地
  4. 轻率地
n.(名词)
  1. 荒野,荒地
  2. 未开发的地方,未开化的地方,未开垦的土地
  3. 自然界,自然环境
  4. 野生状态
  5. 偏远地区,人烟稀少的地区
v.(动词)
  1. 野生

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 野生的,野性的 living or growing in natural conditions and having natural qualities, not bred, grown, or produced by humans
  2. 凶猛的,不驯服的 (of a person or animal) violent and uncontrollable
  3. 强烈的,狂暴的 (of natural forces) violent, strong
  4. 狂热的,发怒的,疯狂的 showing strong uncontrolled feelings
  5. 荒芜的 (of place) natural; without the presence of man, especially because too cold, rocky, etc. to live in

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. a wild primitive state untouched by civilization;

    "he lived in the wild"
    "they collected mushrooms in the wild"

  2. a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition;

    "it was a wilderness preserved for the hawks and mountaineers"

Adjective:
  1. marked by extreme lack of restraint or control;

    "wild talk"
    "wild parties"

  2. in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated;

    "wild geese"
    "edible wild plants"

  3. in a state of extreme emotion;

    "wild with anger"
    "wild with grief"

  4. deviating widely from an intended course;

    "a wild bullet"
    "he threw a wild pitch"

  5. (of colors or sounds) intensely vivid or loud;

    "a violent clash of colors"
    "her dress was a violent red"
    "a violent noise"
    "wild colors"
    "wild shouts"

  6. without a basis in reason or fact;

    "baseless gossip"
    "the allegations proved groundless"
    "idle fears"
    "unfounded suspicions"
    "unwarranted jealousy"

  7. talking or behaving irrationally;

    "a raving lunatic"

  8. involving risk or danger;

    "skydiving is a hazardous sport"
    "extremely risky going out in the tide and fog"
    "a wild financial scheme"

  9. fanciful and unrealistic; foolish;

    "a fantastic idea of his own importance"

  10. located in a dismal or remote area; desolate;

    "a desert island"
    "a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"
    "a wild stretch of land"
    "waste places"

  11. intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with;

    "crazy about cars and racing"
    "he is potty about her"

  12. without civilizing influences;

    "barbarian invaders"
    "barbaric practices"
    "a savage people"
    "fighting is crude and uncivilized especially if the weapons are efficient"
    "wild tribes"

  13. (of the elements) as if showing violent anger;

    "angry clouds on the horizon"
    "furious winds"
    "the raging sea"

Adverb:
  1. in an uncontrolled and rampant manner;

    "weeds grew rampantly around here"

  2. in a wild or undomesticated manner;

    "growing wild"
    "roaming wild"

wild的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. In nature, all animals are wild and free.
    在自然界,一切动物都是野生的,自由自在的。
  2. North America has the world's best climate for wild grapes.
    北美的气候是世界上最适合野生葡萄生长的。
  3. I was living like a wild child.
    我的行为像个野蛮的孩子。
  4. Nothing is sacred to these wild youths.
    这些狂野的年轻人什么都不尊重。
  5. He is wild to see the film star.
    他一心想见一面那位影星。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. Danger in the wild comes from the carnivores.
    荒野地带的危险来自食肉动物。
  2. There's a wild stretch of land behind the house.
    房子后面有一大片荒地。
  3. The village people are planting trees to turn the wild into a beautiful garden.
    村民们植树要把荒地变成美丽的花园。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. The men had gone to hunt wild game.
    男人们打猎去了。
  2. The film portrays the wild excesses of the Roman Empire.
    影片描写了罗马帝国的暴行。
  3. She had a wild argument with Joe.
    她与乔发生了怒气冲天的争辩。
  4. It was a wild night.
    那是一个暴风雨之夜。
  5. The survivors staggered from the lifeboat with wild eyes.
    幸存者带着失魂落魄的眼神摇摇晃晃地走下救生艇。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. This kind of rose grows wild.
    这种玫瑰是野生的。
  2. The deer is rather wild.
    鹿相当易受惊。
  3. The monkey is wild.
    猴子不易接近。
  4. Asian buffalo isn't as wild as that of America's.
    亚洲水牛比美国水牛温顺些。
  5. After the old gardener died, the garden grew wild.
    老园丁死后,花园就慢慢荒芜了。
S+be+~+to- v
  1. He was wild to try it.
    他渴望试一下。
  2. He was wild to see his girlfriend.
    他急切地要去看他的女朋友。
  3. We are wild to go home.
    我们渴望回家。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
be wild about
  1. 对…感到恼火 be angry with sbI do feel wild about misplacing that ring.我很恼火忘了把戒指放在什么地方了。
  2. 热衷于 be extremely enthusiasticThe boy is wild about music.那孩子热衷于音乐。

    He is wild about soccer stars. 他极为迷恋足球明星。

    He is wild about sports. 他热衷于体育运动。

    I'm not wild about the wall-paper. 我对壁纸并无多大兴趣。

be wild with
  1. …得发狂,处于因…而发狂的状态 be full of strong unrestrained feeling for sthHe was wild with excitement at the news.他听到这个消息后激动得发狂。

    He was wild with hunger. 他饿得要命。

    She was wild with anxiety. 她焦急万分。

  2. 因…对某人生气、恼怒 be very angry to sb for sthShe was wild with him for being late.他的迟到使她大为恼怒。

    The teacher was wild with his students for their mischief. 这位教师因为他的学生恶作剧而大为恼怒。

run wild
  1. 自由生长,不受控制 grow or stray freely without any control

    The weeds are running wild in his garden. 他的花园里杂草丛生。

    The students ran wild during spring vacation. 学生们度春假时都玩野了。

    They let their children run wild. 他们允许孩子们胡闹。

    When he was a child he ran wild. 他小的时候很不守规矩。

    Bob was runing wild again. 鲍勃又发牛脾气了。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 动词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • Wild creatures..scuttered out among the bushes.

    出自:R. Macaulay

wild的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj.(形容词)
  1. wild的基本意思“野生的,野性的,野蛮的”,指在自然条件下生活,有自然的特性或指未开化的,作此解时,没有比较级和最高级。wild还可表示“凶猛的,不驯服的”“易受惊的,不易接近的”等,用于指地方,可表示“荒芜的,荒凉的”。
  2. wild还可表示“强烈的,狂暴的”,指自然力的强烈,用于比喻可指“狂热的,发怒的,疯狂的,热衷于…的”,指人的感情强烈。
  3. wild还可作“极急切的”解,后面可接动词不定式,用于非正式场合。
  4. wild在句中多用作定语,有时也可用作表语。

词义辨析

adj.(形容词)
go wild, run wild
这两个短语意思上不同:run wild的意思是“放肆”或“撒野”; go wild的意思是“感慨”。例如:
  • Dolf is like a dog which has run wild.
  • 道尔夫就像一条撒野的疯狗。
  • People went wild over his attitude.
  • 大家对于他的态度无不感慨系之。
turbulent stormy violent wild fierce
这些形容词均含“剧烈的,凶猛的,狂暴的”之意。
  • turbulent:turbulent正式用词,多用描写风和水,也可指心神不定或控制不住的感情波动。
  • stormy:stormy指风雨大作,也指人很激动的感情。
  • violent:violent普通用词,指人时侧重极为不安,异常激,暗含有达或暴力行为;也指破坏性的或不可控制的自然力量。
  • wild:wild普通用词,既可指自然界的荒芜,未被驯化状态,又指人的无法无天,不文明的野蛮行为。
  • fierce:fierce普通用词,指人或兽的凶猛残酷。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自古英语的wldie,意为未驯服的。

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adj.(形容词)
  • wildly adv. 野蛮地,激烈地,极,非常‖wildness n. 野蛮,激烈

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