- 聪明的,有才智的,明智的 having or showing good sense and judgment, and the ability to understand and decide on the right action
- a way of doing or being;
"in no wise"
"in this wise"
- United States Jewish leader (born in Hungary) (1874-1949)
- United States religious leader (born in Bohemia) who united reform Jewish organizations in the United States (1819-1900)
- having or prompted by wisdom or discernment;
"a wise leader"
"a wise and perceptive comment"
- marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters;
"judicious use of one's money"
"a wise decision"
- evidencing the possession of inside information
- 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!"
- Learned men are not necessarily wise.
- A wise general can gain the upper hand in any battle.
- She is wise in money matters.
- You are wise to remain silent.
- It would be wise not to give undue importance to his criticism.
- Lord Melbourne replied with a very wise letter.
- He is the wise man who is the honest man.
A wise person is one who has much knowledge and the ability to use it well.
Who is the wisest man who has ever lived?
His wise father knows how to handle him.
I don't think that was a wise decision.
He is a wise professor.
Confucius was one of the wisest teachers of all times.
He is no wiser than he used to.
You'll understand when you're older and wiser.
When questioned about the incident, he looked wise but refused to talk.
You're wise, so why not give us the lowdown?
Do you think it's wise?
Laughing and joking at a funeral are not wise.
No man is wise at all times.
She is wise in money.
You are wise to leave when you did.
You are wise to keep out of their dispute.
I'm sure you're wise to wait a few days.
I think you'd be very wise to accept it.
He was wise enough to mind his own business.
It was wise of you to do so.
It was not wise to do that.
You should put me wise to what is going on in the store.
- be〔get〕 wise to
了解,知道 learn to understand the methods or behavior of
I used to trust him, but I'm wise to him now. 我以前曾信任他,不过现在我已看清了他这个人。
She thought she could fool me but I got wise to her. 她以为能骗得了我,其实我知道她这个人。
- 了解,知道 learn to understand the methods or behavior of
- none the wiser
获告知后仍不明白 knowing no more, after being told
He explained it all to me, but I was none the wiser! 他向我作了详尽的解释,可我还是不明白。
Even after listening to his explanation I'm none the wiser. 即便听了他的解释,我仍然不明白。
They appear none the wiser for your detailed account. 你说得这么详细,他们好像仍不明白。
- 获告知后仍不明白 knowing no more, after being told
- wise after the event
事后聪明 understanding what should have been done to prevent a bad situation that has now happened
If we had waited another week we could have bought the car more cheaply. Well, it's easy to be wise after the event. 如果再等一个星期，我们就可以更便宜地买到这辆车。不过,事后聪明总是容易的。
We don't pay our financial analysts to be wise after the event! 我们花钱请财务分析家,不是让他们当事后诸葛亮。
- 事后聪明 understanding what should have been done to prevent a bad situation that has now happened
- wise advice 明智的劝告
- wise choice 明智的选择
- wise comment 高明的评论
- wise decision 明智的决定
- wise father 聪明的父亲
- wise judge 明断的法官
- wise man 聪明人
- wise mother 聪明的母亲
- wise person 聪明人
- wise precaution 明智的防御措施
- wise professor 博学的教授
- wise ruler 英明的统治者
- wise teacher 博学的老师
Some in scoffing manner; others in malicious wise.出自：W. Watson
One who was in no wise averse to that common Learning.出自：F. Rous
He did it this wise.出自：L. Oliphant
I would haue you wise vnto that which is good, and simple concerning euill.出自：Bible (AV): Romans
The first duty of a wise advocate is to convince his opponents, that he understands their arguments.出自：Coleridge
An ambitious diplomatist would probably be wise to marry.出自：H. James
A wise man..knows his own limitations.出自：Scotsman
Antique dealers are wising up to the growing demand for old radios.出自：Wall Street Journal
- wise在句中可用作定语,也可用作表语。用作定语时,其后可接具体名词,也可接抽象名词; 用作表语时,其后可接介词短语或动词不定式,接动词不定式时,其逻辑主体用of引出。
- wise, bright, clever, intelligent, shrewd, smart
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。
- You were wise to refuse.
- You were wise enough to refuse.
- bright clever wise brilliant intelligent ingenious smart shrewd
误 It was wise for you to make such a decision.
正 It was wise of you to make such a decision.
析 wise可用于It is/was wise of sb to- v 结构,用作主语的动词不定式的逻辑主语应由介词of引出,而不应该用for。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语wi的s，意为有学识的。
- wisely adv. 聪明地; 明智地‖wiseness n. 聪明; 明智
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- wise:wise adj. 英明的, 明智的, 慎虑的, 聪明的, 博学的, 明白的, 贤明的, 狡猾的vi. 知道vt. 告诉, 劝导n. 方法, 方式 英英解释:名词wise:1. a way of do…