简明英汉词典

accidental
[7Aksi5dentl]
adj.
意外的, 非主要的, 附属的
n.
非本质属性, 次要方面

美国传统词典[双解]

accidental
ac.ci.den.tal
AHD:[2k”s1-dμn“tl]
D.J.[7#ksi6dentl]
K.K.[7#ks!6dWntl]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Occurring unexpectedly, unintentionally, or by chance.
意外的,偶然发生的

(2)

Music Of or relating to a sharp, flat, or natural not indicated in the key signature.
【音乐】 临时记号的:在主要调号上没有标出的尖锐、平缓或自然的符号
n.(名词)

(1)

A property, a factor, or an attribute that is not essential.
非主要特性,次要方面:非主要的,非本质性的特征、特点或特性

(2)

Music A chromatically altered note not belonging to the key signature.
【音乐】 临时记号:不属于主要调号的缓慢变化的音符

继承用法

accidentally
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

accidentalfortuitouscontingentincidentaladventitious

(2)

These adjectives apply to what comes about without design or intent.
这些形容词指某些事物意外或突然发生,

(3)

Accidental primarily refers to what occurs by chance:
Accidental 原指某事偶然发生:
Their accidental meeting led to a renewal of their acquaintance. It can also mean subordinate or nonessential:
偶然的相遇使他们重续前缘。 它也可用来指附加的或非本质的:
“Poetry is something to which words are the accidental, not by any means the essential form” (Frederick W. Robertson).
“对诗歌而言,语词只是附加的,而不是本质性的” (弗雷德里克·W·鲁宾逊)。

(4)

Fortuitous stresses chance or accident even more strongly and inferentially minimizes relation or cause:
Fortuitous 甚至更强调意外或偶然并且推论性地减小关系和原因:
“the happy combination of fortuitous circumstances” (Sir Walter Scott).
“各种不相关环境的令人高兴的结合” (瓦尔特·司各脱)。

(5)

Contingent in this context describes what is possible but uncertain because of chance or unforeseen or uncontrollable factors:
Contingent 被用来描述可能但因意外或不能预料或不能控制的因素而不能确定的事物:
“The results of confession were not contingent, they were certain” (George Eliot).
“忏悔的结果不是可能,而是确定的” (乔治·艾略特)。

(6)

Incidental refers to what is an adjunct to something else and does not necessarily imply the operation of chance:
Incidental 指附加于另外的事物上,但不一定就暗指是由于偶然的因素:
“There is scarcely any practice which is so corrupt as not to produce some incidental good” (Enoch Mellor).
“没有比连附带的好处都没有产生的行为更腐败的了” (伊内奇·梅洛)。

(7)

Adventitious applies to what is not inherent in something but is added extrinsically, sometimes by accident or chance:
Adventitious 指某些事物中非本质的,有时是由于意外或偶然而附加上去的外部的东西:
“The court tries to understand ‘whether the young man's misconduct was adventitious or the result of some serious flaw in his character’” (Harry F. Rosenthal).
“法庭想弄明白这个年轻人的错误行为是偶然犯下的还是他性格中固有的缺陷造成的” (哈利·F·洛桑塔尔)

现代英汉词典

accidental
[AksI5dent(E)l]
adj.
意外的;偶然的
We must never let any accidental success go to our heads.
我们永远也不能让一时的成绩冲昏头脑。

继承用法

accidentally
adv.
意外地;偶然地
This morning, however, a fireman accidentally discovered the cause.
然而,今天早晨,一个消防队员偶然发现了起火的原因。

现代英汉综合大辞典

accidental
[7Aksi5dentl]
adj.

(1)

偶然的, 无意中的

(2)

非本质的

(3)

附带的, 附属的, 次要的

(4)

随机的, 无规则的
accidental death
意外死亡
an accidental error
一个意外的错误
accidental homicide
意外杀人
accidental force
不可抗力
Our meeting was quite accidental.
我们的相遇是很偶然的。

词性变化

accidental
[7Aksi5dentl]
n.

(1)

偶然; 附带事物

(2)

【音】(表示变调的)临时符号
air accidental
偶然进气

继承用法

accidentally
adv.

参考词汇
accidental     fortuitous     casual     incidental     adventitious    
都含“意外的”意思。

(1)

accidental 主要指“偶然的”、 “无意中的”, 如:
Their marriage was quite accidental.
他们的结合是偶然的。

(2)

fortuitous 指偶然发生的”, 多用于“吉利事”, 如:
A series of fortuitous circumstances advanced her career.
一系列的幸运事使她的事业一帆风顺。

(3)

casual 多用于表示“随便的、非正式的、碰巧意外的”, 如:
a casual visit
一次偶然的非正式访问。

(4)

incidental 侧重“偶然碰到的”, 如:
incidental consideration
出于偶然的考虑。

(5)

adventitious 指“偶然的”、“偶发的”、“外来的” 如:
adventitous circumstances
偶然的事。
inevitable    

英文相关词典

accidental
intentional    planned    voluntary    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

accidental
偶然的;意外的

[七国语言]英汉机械大词典

accidental
偶然的

[七国语言]英汉机械工程大词典

accidental
偶然的

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

accidental
偶然的,偶见的

[七国语言]英汉数学大词典

accidental
偶然的, 随机的

美国传统词典

accidental
ac.ci.den.tal
AHD:[2k”s1-dμn“tl]
D.J.[7#ksi6dentl]
K.K.[7#ks!6dWntl]
adj.

(1)

Occurring unexpectedly, unintentionally, or by chance.

(2)

Music Of or relating to a sharp, flat, or natural not indicated in the key signature.
n.

(1)

A property, a factor, or an attribute that is not essential.

(2)

Music A chromatically altered note not belonging to the key signature.

继承用法

accidentally
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

accidental, fortuitous, contingent, incidental, adventitious

(2)

These adjectives apply to what comes about without design or intent.

(3)

Accidental primarily refers to what occurs by chance:
Their accidental meeting led to a renewal of their acquaintance. It can also mean subordinate or nonessential:
“Poetry is something to which words are the accidental, not by any means the essential form” (Frederick W. Robertson).

(4)

Fortuitous stresses chance or accident even more strongly and inferentially minimizes relation or cause:
“the happy combination of fortuitous circumstances” (Sir Walter Scott).

(5)

Contingent in this context describes what is possible but uncertain because of chance or unforeseen or uncontrollable factors:
“The results of confession were not contingent, they were certain” (George Eliot).

(6)

Incidental refers to what is an adjunct to something else and does not necessarily imply the operation of chance:
“There is scarcely any practice which is so corrupt as not to produce some incidental good” (Enoch Mellor).

(7)

Adventitious applies to what is not inherent in something but is added extrinsically, sometimes by accident or chance:
“The court tries to understand ‘whether the young man's misconduct was adventitious or the result of some serious flaw in his character’” (Harry F. Rosenthal).

英汉船舶大词典

accidental
n.偶然

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

accidental
偶然的,意外的

英汉地质大词典

accidental
n.异源火山碎屑的,外来物的

英汉法学大词典

accidental
n.意外,偶然

英汉环境大词典

accidental
n.偶有的

英汉航空大词典

accidental
n.偶然的,意外的

英汉化学大词典

accidental
adj.偶然的,随机的,附属的,外源的,意外的;n.偶然事件

英汉海运大词典

accidental
偶然的,事故的附属的

基本词义

accidental
偶然的,意外的附带的

基本词义

accidental
附属的,附带的事故的偶然的,意外的

基本词义

accidental
偶然的,意外的事故的附带的

英汉计算机大词典

accidental
adj.偶然的(随机的,附属的;n.偶然事件

英汉建筑大词典

accidental
n.偶然的,临时的,随机的

英汉能源大词典

accidental
n.异源火山碎屑的,外来物的

英汉医学大词典

accidental
n.偶然的,偶然

英汉中医大词典

accidental
n.意外的,偶然的

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