简明英汉词典

abstracted
[Ab5strAktid]
adj.
心不在焉的, 出神的

美国传统词典[双解]

abstracted
ab.stract.ed
AHD:[2b-str2k“t1d, 2b“str2k”-]
D.J.[#b6str#ktid, 6#b7str#k-]
K.K.[#b6str#kt!d, 6#b7str#k-]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Removed or separated from something else; apart.
提取的,被分离的:从其它事物中提取或分离的;分开的

(2)

Lost or deep in thought; preoccupied.
沉思的;全神贯注的

继承用法

abstractedly
adv.(副词)

abstractedness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

abstractedabsorbeddistraughtabsent-minded

(2)

These adjectives apply to lack of heed to or lack of awareness of matters requiring one's immediate attention.
这些形容词指对那些要求人们立即注意到的事物缺乏注意或没有意识到。

(3)

Abstracted implies being so deep in thought as to be mentally elsewhere:
Abstracted 指因沉思而精神在他处的:
“He walked on, sucking his cigar, and apparently in as abstracted a mood as Mr. Cargill himself” (Sir Walter Scott).
“他边走边吸着他的雪茄,显然同卡吉尔先生一样已陷入沉思” (沃尔特·斯科特爵士)。

(4)

Absorbed suggests complete and often pleasurable mental involvement in the object of thought:
Absorbed 指完全且经常是愉快地陷入对事物的思考:
“He eyed the coming tide with an absorbed attention” (Charles Dickens).
“他全神贯注地凝视着前涌的潮水。” (查尔斯·狄更斯)。

(5)

Distraught emphasizes mental agitation that makes concentration difficult or impossible:
Distraught 强调因精神焦虑而难于或不可能集中注意力:
Distraught with grief, I signed away my rights to the property.
因悲伤我在恍惚中签字让出了我的财产权。

(6)

Absent-minded implies that the mind is straying from the matter at hand:
Absent-minded 指思想从正在做的事情上游离开了:
Some professors are absent-minded.
一些教授总是心不在焉的。

现代英汉词典

abstracted
[Ab5strAktId]
adj.

(1)

心不在焉的;发呆的
with an abstracted air
心在不焉

(2)

抽出了的;被分出的

现代英汉综合大辞典

abstracted
[Ab5strAktid]
adj.

(1)

抽出了的, 被分出的

(2)

分离了的, 脱离了的

(3)

抽象了的

(4)

心不在焉的
with an abstracted air
心不在焉地

继承用法

abstractedly
adv.

abstractedness
n.
出神, 发呆

美国传统词典

abstracted
ab.stract.ed
AHD:[2b-str2k“t1d, 2b“str2k”-]
D.J.[#b6str#ktid, 6#b7str#k-]
K.K.[#b6str#kt!d, 6#b7str#k-]
adj.

(1)

Removed or separated from something else; apart.

(2)

Lost or deep in thought; preoccupied.

继承用法

abstractedly
adv.

abstractedness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

abstracted, absorbed, distraught, absent-minded

(2)

These adjectives apply to lack of heed to or lack of awareness of matters requiring one's immediate attention.

(3)

Abstracted implies being so deep in thought as to be mentally elsewhere:
“He walked on, sucking his cigar, and apparently in as abstracted a mood as Mr. Cargill himself” (Sir Walter Scott).

(4)

Absorbed suggests complete and often pleasurable mental involvement in the object of thought:
“He eyed the coming tide with an absorbed attention” (Charles Dickens).

(5)

Distraught emphasizes mental agitation that makes concentration difficult or impossible:
Distraught with grief, I signed away my rights to the property.

(6)

Absent-minded implies that the mind is straying from the matter at hand:
Some professors are absent-minded.

英汉化学大词典

abstracted
vbl.提取,摘要,转移;adj.抽象的,心不在焉的

英汉计算机大词典

abstracted
vb. 提取(摘要,转移);adj.抽象的(心不在焉的)

英汉心理学大词典

abstracted
抽象的

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