- adj. 驯服的；柔顺的；乏味的
- vt. 驯养；使驯服；压制
- vi. 变得驯服
- 驯服的,温顺的 not wild or fierce; easily controlled
- 沉闷的,乏味的 dull; unexciting and uninteresting
- vt. & vi. (使)服从; 驯服 (cause to) train sth to be gentle and often also to obey commands
flat and uninspiring
very restrained or quiet;
"a tame Christmas party"
"she was one of the tamest and most abject creatures imaginable with no will or power to act but as directed"
brought from wildness into a domesticated state;
"fields of tame blueberries"
"meek as a mouse"
correct by punishment or discipline
make less strong or intense; soften;
"Tone down that aggressive letter"
"The author finally tamed some of his potentially offensive statements"
adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment;
"tame the soil"
overcome the wildness of; make docile and tractable;
"He tames lions for the circus"
make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans;
"The horse was domesticated a long time ago"
"The wolf was tamed and evolved into the house dog"
- A boy was playing with a tame snake.
- The animals we find in the zoo are quite tame.
- It's incredible that the tame wolf is as mild as a lamb.
- She is too tame.
- I quite enjoyed the book but found the ending rather tame.
- The Asian elephant can be tamed and trained.
- We are trying to tame a really mad horse.
- She made strenuous efforts to tame her anger.
- That tiger is impossible to tame.
- A cat is a tame animal.
- The film has a tame ending.
- Monkeys become tame when they live with men.
- The party was tame because all the people were sleepy.
- He is so tame that he agrees with everybody.
- White rats tame easily.
- His job is to tame lions.
- One day man will tame nature.
Tame Indians coming miles to market.出自： J. Conrad
He had kept a tame hare in a basket in his study.出自： J. Trollope
The fish are so tame you almost have to push them away from your facemask.出自：Skin Diver
The lake-dwellers succeeded in taming that formidable brute.出自： C. Lyell
- tamable adj. 能驯养的,可驯服的 ‖tameless adj. 难驯服的,未经驯服的‖tamely adv. 驯服地；平淡地‖tameness n. 温顺；沉闷；乏味‖tamer n. 驯养人；驯服…的人或物