- （思想）开明的，允许变革的，不守旧的， 不受束缚的
- 自由党党员，自由党成员， 自由党人
- 心胸宽阔的,无偏见的 tolerant and open-minded;free from prejudice
- 慷慨的,大方的 giving or given generously
- 开放的;主张变革的 supporting or allowing some change, e.g. in political or religious affairs
- 自由的,不拘一格的 neither close nor very exact
a person who favors a political philosophy of progress and reform and the protection of civil liberties
a person who favors an economic theory of laissez-faire and self-regulating markets
showing or characterized by broad-mindedness;
"a broad political stance"
"generous and broad sympathies"
"a liberal newspaper"
"tolerant of his opponent's opinions"
having political or social views favoring reform and progress
tolerant of change; not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or tradition
given or giving freely;
"was a big tipper"
"the bounteous goodness of God"
"a freehanded host"
"a handsome allowance"
"Saturday's child is loving and giving"
"a liberal backer of the arts"
"a munificent gift"
"her fond and openhanded grandfather"
"a loose interpretation of what she had been told"
"a free translation of the poem"
- They are liberal in their help.
- She is liberal with her money.
- Her parents are very liberal and allow her a lot of freedom.
- The headmaster has liberal views about what his pupils should wear.
- His rise to power indicated the end of the liberal era.
- He is an open-minded liberal.
- He liked to think of himself as a liberal.
- He has a liberal attitude to divorce and remarriage.
- Try to keep a liberal attitude and listen to both sides.
- This country adopts a liberal foreign policy.
- More and more people prefer a liberal profession with the development of society.
- Liberal competition is a law in modern society.
- The church has become more liberal in this century.
- He is liberal in thought.
- They were liberal in their help.
- She is liberal of〔with〕 her money.
- Meat is liberal in supply.
- liberal attitude 开明的态度
- liberal interpretation 不拘泥字面的解释
- liberal political program 自由主义的政治纲领
- liberal translation 意译
Agriculture was held the most liberal employment in old Rome.出自： C. Middleton
They are permitted..to emerge out of that low rank into a more liberal condition.出自： Burke
Countries which neither mercantile avidity nor liberal curiosity had ever impelled any stranger to explore.出自： Ld Macaulay
- liberalism n. 自由主义‖liberalistic adj. 自由主义的‖liberalize v. (使)自由化