astonish

  常用词汇  
[ə'stɒnɪʃ]     [ə'stɑːnɪʃ]    
  • vt. 使惊讶;使吃惊
astonishingly astonished astonished astonishing astonishes
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astonish的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 使吃惊,使惊讶,使惊愕,使惊奇,使诧异,使震惊,使...瞠目结舌

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 使惊讶,使大为吃惊 (cause to) produce great surprise or wonder in sb
  2. vt. 对…感到惊讶 be surprised at

英英释义

Verb:
  1. affect with wonder;

    "Your ability to speak six languages amazes me!"

astonish的用法和样例:

例句

用作及物动词 (vt.)
  1. I was astonished at the news of his escape.
    听到他逃之夭夭的消息,我感到惊讶。
  2. She astonished me with her beautiful handwriting.
    她以其秀丽的书法而使我惊异。
  3. A matter of repeated occurrence like this will not astonish people.
    重复出现的事物不会使人吃惊。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. It astonished me.
    这件事使我惊讶。
  2. Her father's sudden death astonished her.
    父亲突然逝世,她大为震惊。
  3. His words astonished all.
    他的话使大家感到惊讶。
  4. The thought astonished him.
    这个想法使他大为惊讶。
  5. The gift of hundred dollars astonished the little girl.
    那一百美元的礼物令那小女孩大为惊讶。
  6. The size of the elephant astonished the boy.
    大象的块头令这小孩惊讶。
  7. The magician's next trick will astonish you.
    魔术师的下一个戏法将令你大为惊讶。
  8. The news of the car accident astonished everybody.
    发生车祸的消息使大家非常震惊。
  9. Truly, you astonished me.
    说真的,你让我大吃一惊。
  10. The editor astonished us when she said that she was already fifty-two.
    当那位编辑说她已经52岁时,我们都非常惊讶。
  11. He astonished me by his appearance.
    他的样子真叫我大吃一惊。
  12. He astonished us by taking a stroll at midnight.
    他在半夜里散步使我们惊讶。
  13. He astonished us by announcing that he would get married in a few days.
    他宣布几天后就结婚,这使我们很吃惊。
  14. The boy astonished us with his skilled English.
    我们惊讶于那个男孩熟练的英语。
  15. They astonished me with the news.
    他们告诉我这消息使我颇为震惊。
  16. The news astonished the world.
    这消息震惊了世界。
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  18. I'm astonished at his rapid progress.
    他进步之快使我吃惊。
  19. She was astonished at his vehemence.
    她对他的激昂感到惊讶。
  20. We were astonished at his rudeness.
    我们对他的粗鲁甚感惊愕。
  21. You needn't to be astonished at the result.
    你对那结果不必惊奇。
  22. His parents were astonished at his decision.
    他的父母对他的决定感到很吃惊。
  23. Ruth will be astonished at your coming home in such a manner.
    你这个样子回家,鲁思会很吃惊的。
  24. I am astonished at his doing such a thing.
    他做这样一件事,使我感到惊愕。
  25. You looked astonished at the news.
    你看上去似乎对这消息感到惊异。
  26. I was astonished beyond measure.
    我万分惊愕。
  27. We were all astonished by your failure in the exam.
    你考试不及格,我们大家都感到惊讶。
  28. The tourists were astonished by the majesty of the Great Wall.
    长城的雄伟使游客们惊异。
  29. He was astonished by his mother's appearance.
    他母亲的出现使他感到吃惊。
  30. We were astonished to hear what had happened.
    我们听说所发生的事情都大为吃惊。
  31. I am astonished to meet you here.
    在这儿遇见你,我感到惊讶。
  32. They were astonished to see me so late at night.
    夜里这么晚见到了我使他们大吃一惊。
  33. He was astonished to see how his home town had changed in the past 10 years.
    家乡过去10年的变化使他感到惊奇。
用作双宾动词 S+~+ n./pron. +that-clause
  1. It astonishes me that no one has thought of this before.
    以前竟没有一个人想到这一点,这使我非常惊讶。
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  3. I am astonished that he didn't come.
    他没有来,我感到惊异。
  4. She was astonished that he had survived.
    她对他能活下来感到惊讶。
  5. I was astonished that he was not an Englishman.
    我很惊讶,他竟不是英国人。
  6. All of us were astonished that Mr. Li was so rude to him.
    李先生对他如此无礼,这使我们都感到惊异。
  7. I was very much astonished that I could not believe my eyes.
    我大为惊异,以至无法相信自己的眼睛。
其他
  1. It was an astonishing performance for such a young musician.
    对于这样一个年轻的音乐家来说,那是一场令人惊异的表演。
  2. It was an astonishing fact.
    那是件令人惊异的事实。
  3. He gave her an astonished look.
    她看到他一副惊异的神色。
  4. Isn't this an astonished event?
    这难道不是一件惊人的事件吗?
  5. The news was astonishing.
    这消息令人吃惊。
  6. His ignorance is astonishing.
    他的无知令人惊讶。
  7. It is astonishing to me that he should be absent.
    他竟会缺席,使我感到惊异。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The most mighty gods by tokens send Such dreadful heralds to astonish us.

    出自:Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
  • Blind, astonished, and struck with superstition as with a planet.

    出自: Milton

astonish的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. astonish的基本意思是“某人或某事物使某人惊讶,使某人难以置信”,这时以感到惊讶的人作宾语; astonish也可以表示“某人对某事物感到惊讶,某人不可理解某事物”,这时以感到惊讶的人作主语。其语意含有较强烈的感情色彩。
  2. astonish作“使某人惊讶”解时,用陈述式,主语可为表示人、行为、特性、事件的名词。当以人作主语时, astonish须搭用by或with引起的短语表示导致惊讶的原因; astonish作“某人对某事物感到惊讶”解时,用被动式或系表结构,这时astonish多搭用由at〔by〕引起的短语或不定式短语,也可搭用that引起的从句。
  3. astonish的过去分词astonished在句中常用作形容词,意思是“感到惊讶的”,表示对突然发生或遇到的事情做出异乎寻常的反应,在句中可用作定语或表语; 而astonish的现在分词astonishing在句中用作形容词时多用作定语,偶尔也可用作表语。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
astonish, alarm, amaze, surprise
  • 这组词共同的意思是“惊异”“震惊”,它们之间的区别是:
  • 1.surprise语气最强, alarm次之, astonish更次之, amaze最弱。
  • 2.在使用场合上:surprise指对事出突然或意外而“惊奇”“惊愕”甚至“震惊”; alarm指由于某种危险或不祥之兆而“惊恐”; astonish指事情的发生不可思议而“难以置信”; amaze指对不太可能的事或根本不可能发生的事而感到“迷惑不解”。
  • be astonished by, be astonished at
  • be astonished by和be astonished at的意思是一样的,前者是被动结构,其中的astonished是一个完全分词,可译为“(由于,被)…使某人(主语)感到吃惊”,后者是系表结构,其中的astonished是一个表示感觉或心理状态的形容词,可译为“某人(主语)对…感到吃惊”。
  • surprise,amaze,astonish,astound,startle,stun
  • 这些动词均含“使惊愕,使惊讶,使惊奇”之意。
  • surprise普通用词,多指因未预料或意外的事而引起的惊奇之感。
  • amaze语气较强,指因认为不可能或极少可能发生情况的出现而感到惊讶或迷惑不解。
  • astonish语气较强,指出乎预料,意外发生,但又无法解释而感到惊奇。
  • astound语气强,指由于事情令人难以置信或实在罕见而使人感到震惊。
  • startle指因突然的惊吓或意料不到的刺激等而使人惊跳或震惊。
  • stun语气最强,指极度惊讶而目瞪口呆,不知所措。
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    v.(动词)
    • astonishing adj. 惊人的‖astonishment n. 惊讶,吃惊

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