young

  基本词汇  
[jʌŋ]     [jʌŋ]    
  • adj.年轻的;初期的;没有经验的
  • n.青年人;幼崽
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young是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 年轻的,年龄较小的,岁数不大的
  2. 幼小的
  3. 未成熟的
  4. 初期的,开始不久的
  5. 没有经验的
  6. 青春时期的
  7. 像青年的
  8. 朝气蓬勃的
  9. 年轻时代的
  10. 年轻人的,青年的,青少年的
  11. 适合青年人的
  12. 由年轻人构成的
  13. 对年轻人表示生气或恼怒
  14. 用于姓名之前或之后,以区别于年长的亲戚
n.(名词)
  1. 崽,雏,仔
  2. 青年们
  3. 青年人,年轻人
  4. 幼小的动物,幼崽,幼兽,仔畜,幼畜,幼鸟

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 年幼的,年轻的,幼小的,新发展的 in an early stage of life, growth, development, etc.; recently born or begun
  2. 有朝气的,有青春活力的 having the qualities of a young person
n.(名词)
  1. [P] 年轻人 young people considered as a group
  2. [P] 幼小的动物,崽 young animals

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. any immature animal

  2. United States film and television actress (1913-2000)

  3. United States civil rights leader (1921-1971)

  4. British physicist and Egyptologist; he revived the wave theory of light and proposed a three-component theory of color vision; he also played an important role in deciphering the hieroglyphics on the Rosetta Stone (1773-1829)

  5. United States jazz tenor saxophonist (1909-1959)

  6. English poet (1683-1765)

  7. United States baseball player and famous pitcher (1867-1955)

  8. United States religious leader of the Mormon Church after the assassination of Joseph Smith; he led the Mormon exodus from Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah (1801-1877)

  9. young people collectively;

    "rock music appeals to the young"
    "youth everywhere rises in revolt"

Adjective:
  1. (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth;

    "young people"

  2. (of crops) harvested at an early stage of development; before complete maturity;

    "new potatoes"
    "young corn"

  3. suggestive of youth; vigorous and fresh;

    "he is young for his age"

  4. being in its early stage;

    "a young industry"
    "the day is still young"

  5. not tried or tested by experience;

    "unseasoned artillery volunteers"
    "still untested in battle"
    "an illustrator untried in mural painting"
    "a young hand at plowing"

young的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. The young look is in fashion this year.
    今年时兴扮年轻人的样子。
  2. Those clothes she's wearing are much too young for her.
    她穿的那些衣服显得太年轻了。
  3. The evening is still young.
    晚间刚开始不久。
  4. He was young in this kind of work.
    他对这种工作经验不多。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. The young in our society need care and protection.
    我们社会的年轻人需要关怀和照顾。
  2. This is a book for young and old alike.
    这本书老少咸宜。
  3. The bird went back to the nest to feed her young.
    那只鸟飞回巢去喂幼鸟了。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. The young man pressed his suit, but the young lady was adamant.
    那个年轻人苦苦求婚,但年轻小姐却无动于衷。
  2. The young couple met a week before they got married.
    这对年轻人相识一星期就结婚了。
  3. He has a young family to support.
    他要抚养年幼的子女。
  4. The young people are the most active force in society.
    年轻人是社会中最活跃的力量。
  5. Most of the young people have gone to the summer camp.
    大多数年轻人都去夏令营了。
  6. The newly elected state representative is an up-and-coming young man who is expected to go far in politics.
    那位新选的州议员是位雄心勃勃的青年,被认为在政治上是大有可为的。
  7. He coached the young man in the theatre and developed his power of improvisation.
    他辅导那位年轻人演戏,培养他的即席表演能力。
  8. The rogue swore against the young man, saying he was a thief.
    那个流氓诬赖那个年轻人,一口咬定他是小偷。
  9. In her young age Miss Ross did her best as a school teacher.
    在她的青年时代,罗斯小姐作为一名教师尽到了最大的本分。
  10. He is the youngest boy in our class.
    他是我们班年龄最小的男同学。
  11. The young elephant stood beside its mother.
    幼象站在母象的身旁。
  12. The young seedlings grow very rapidly.
    秧苗长得很快。
  13. The young trees must be protected from the strong winds.
    要保护小树不受狂风吹。
  14. The young look is in fashion this year.
    今年时兴扮年轻人的样子。
  15. He has a young ambition.
    他有着年轻人一般的抱负。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. Cook was still young then.
    当时库克还年轻。
  2. She is ten years younger than her husband.
    她比她丈夫小10岁。
  3. He is old in body but young in mind.
    他人老心不老。
  4. He used to take drugs and all that when he was young.
    他年轻时常吸毒品之类的东西。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. She is young at work.
    她没有工作经验。
  2. He may be 55, but he's young in mind.
    尽管他有55岁了,但人老心不老。
  3. That hat is too young for you.
    你戴那顶帽子显得太年轻了。
S+be+~+to- v
  1. You are too young to join the army.
    你年龄太小,还不能参军。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. The young in our society need care and protection.
    我们社会的年轻人需要受到关怀和照顾。
  2. There are many progressive novels for the young in our library.
    在我们的图书馆里有许多专供青年人阅读的进步小说。
  3. The cat fought fiercely to defend its young.
    那只猫拼命反抗,以保护小猫。
  4. Wild animals bring forth their young in the wilderness.
    野生动物在野外产仔。
  5. Some animals quickly desert their young.
    有些兽类很快就离开他们的幼仔。
  6. The cat has been with young.
    这只猫已怀胎了。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
no as〔so〕 young as one used to be〔was〕
  1. 老的,失去青春活力的 old or growing old and losing vigour, good health, etc.

    I cannot play squash twice a week; I'm not as young as I was, you know! 我不能一星期打两次壁球了,我的体力大不如前了,你要知道。

not get〔grow〕 any younger
  1. 变老的 become older

    Of course long walks tire out— you're not getting any younger, you know. 当然走长路会把你累坏的——青春不再,你要知道。

    Your father takes on too much. He forgets he's not growing any younger. 你父亲太易激动,他忘记自己上了年纪。

用作名词 (n.)
young and old
  1. 无论老幼 everyone, regardless of age

    This is a book for young and old. 这本书老少皆宜。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 动词+~ 副词+~ ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • The heart wood is..darker..than the soft or young wood.

    出自:J. C. Loudon
  • He was still a young man, only just turned forty.

    出自:A. Trollope
  • Dealing with Dirt is..aimed at a fairly young audience.

    出自:New Scientist

young的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj.(形容词)
  1. young的基本意思是“年轻的,年幼的,幼小的,新发展的”,指某人或某物处于一种不成熟的或萌芽的状态。用于比喻可指“有朝气的,有青春活力的”。
  2. young可用作表语,也可用作定语。用作定语时后可修饰人或物; 用作表语时可接介词短语或动词不定式。
  3. young通常只能用来修饰作“时代”讲的age,不能修饰作“年龄”讲的age。
n.(名词)
  1. young用作名词时意思是“年轻人”,通常指“年轻人”这一整体。young也可指“幼小的动物,崽”,但不可指婴儿。
  2. with young只能用来指动物怀胎,而不能指人怀孕。

词义辨析

adj.(形容词)
下面两个短语意思不同:
  • the young Tom
  • 年轻时代的汤姆
  • the young Toms
  • 汤姆家的孩子们
下面这个短语有不同的意思:
  • the young Tom
  • 年轻的汤姆
  • 父子中的“子”(小汤姆)
  • 汤姆兄弟中的“弟”
  • 两个汤姆中较年轻的一个
n.(名词)
a young man, a youth
两者意思不同:a youth指青春发育期至成年时期的男青年,一般指20岁以下的“男青年”; a young man则指21岁至30岁左右的男子。例如:
When still a youth, he had to make a living by himself.年轻的时候他就不得不一个人谋生。
Most colorful were the young men and women.最显得绚丽多彩的是那些男女青年。
young youthful juvenile adolescent
这些形容词均有“年轻的,年幼的”之意。
  • young:young强调年龄小,处于生长的前期。
  • youthful:youthful褒义或贬义均可用。指具有青年人的外貌或年轻人应具有的品格。
  • juvenile:juvenile较正式用词,一般12岁以下的少年,着重其生理和智力上的不成熟。
  • adolescent:adolescent指13至16岁左右处于青春期的人,尚不成熟。

常见错误

adj.(形容词)
  1. 他有一个妹妹。

    He has a young sister.

    He has a younger sister.

    表示“妹妹”,应该说younger sister,而young sister只能表示“年轻的姐姐”。

  2. 我们的党把很大的希望寄托在我们年轻一代人的身上。

    Our Party places high hopes on us young generation.

    Our Party places high hopes on us the younger generation.

    “年轻一代”是the younger generation,“老一辈”是the older generation, the不能省略。

n.(名词)
  1. 那种音乐在青年中很流行。

    That music is popular with the youngs.

    That music is popular with the young.

    如young一类的形容词前面加上定冠词the,就变成名词,它表示所有这一类的人。这样的名词必须是单数形式,但动词一定是复数形式。

  2. 老年人和年轻人应努力相互尊重,相互理解。

    The old and the young should try to respect and understand each other.

    The young and the old should try to respect and understand each other.

    英语习惯上说young and old,而汉语中习惯将“老”放在句首,例如“老中青”。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自古英语的gnoeg,意为年轻的。

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