['sɒlɪd]     ['sɑːlɪd]    
  • adj. 固体的;实心的;结实的;可靠的
  • n. 固体;立体图形
  • adv. 一致地
solidly solider solidest solidness



adj. (形容词)
  1. 固体的
  2. 实心的
  3. 结实的,坚固的,稳固的,坚牢的
  4. 立方的,立体的
  5. 牢靠的
  6. 无空隙的
  7. 可信赖的,可靠的
  8. 连续的
  9. 团结的,一致的
  10. 慎重的,严肃的
  11. 充实的
  12. 单一的,同一的
n. (名词)
  1. 固体,固态,固态物
  2. 【火箭】固体燃料,火箭火药
  3. 固体食物,非流质食物
  4. 【数】立体,立方体,立体图形
  5. 固体颗粒,固体粒子
  6. 实体
adv. (副词)
  1. 一致,一致地


adj. (形容词)
  1. 固体的 not needing a container to hold its shape; not liquid or gas
  2. 实心的 having an inside filled up; not hollow
  3. 结实的,稳定的 made of close and tightly packed material; compact
  4. 可靠的 that may be depended on; secure
  5. 纯粹的,纯质的,纯色的 completely of the stated substance, especially a metal or colour and not mixed with others
  6. 连续的 without spaces or breaks; continuous
n. (名词)
  1. [C] 固体 a solid object; sth that does not flow


  1. matter that is solid at room temperature and pressure

  2. the state in which a substance has no tendency to flow under moderate stress; resists forces (such as compression) that tend to deform it; and retains a definite size and shape

  3. a three-dimensional shape

  1. characterized by good substantial quality;

    "solid comfort"
    "a solid base hit"

  2. of definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous;

    "ice is water in the solid state"

  3. entirely of one substance with no holes inside;

    "a solid block of wood"

  4. of one substance or character throughout;

    "solid gold"
    "carved out of solid rock"

  5. uninterrupted in space; having no gaps or breaks;

    "a solid line across the page"
    "solid sheets of water"

  6. providing abundant nourishment;

    "a hearty meal"
    "good solid food"
    "ate a substantial breakfast"
    "four square meals a day"

  7. of good quality and condition; solidly built;

    "a solid foundation"
    "several substantial timber buildings"

  8. not soft or yielding to pressure;

    "a firm mattress"
    "the snow was firm underfoot"
    "solid ground"

  9. having three dimensions;

    "a solid object"

  10. impenetrable for the eye;

    "solid blackness"

  11. financially sound;

    "the bank is solid and will survive this attack"

  12. of a substantial character and not frivolous or superficial;

    "work of solid scholarship"
    "based on solid facts"

  13. meriting respect or esteem;

    "an upstanding member of the community"

  14. of the same color throughout;

    "solid color"

  15. acting together as a single undiversified whole;

    "a solid voting bloc"



用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. Ice is water in solid state.
  2. In fact, it was originally a solid rock.
  3. All these have laid a solid political foundation for consolidated national unity.
  4. You should present solid evidence to prove your point.
用作名词 (n.)
  1. Water becomes solid when it freezes.
  2. A cube is a solid.


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  • Make the transition from milk to solids..the most natural thing.

    出自:Mother Baby
  • Mr Fawcett introduced the..improvement of casting the guns solid and boring them.

    出自: P. Barry
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