简明英汉词典

accolade
[5AkEleid]
n.
赞美, 骑士爵位的授予, 连谱号

美国传统词典[双解]

accolade
ac.co.lade
AHD:[2k“…-l3d”, -l?d”]
D.J.[6#k*7leid, -7l$8d]
K.K.[6#k*7led, -7l$d]
n.(名词)

(1)

An expression of approval; praise.
赞赏表示;赞美

(2)

A special acknowledgment; an award.
荣誉;奖励

(3)

A ceremonial embrace, as of greeting or salutation.
见面礼节:礼节性拥抱,如问候或敬礼

(4)

Ceremonial bestowal of knighthood.
骑士授予礼:授予骑士称号的仪式
v.tr.(及物动词)
ac.co.lad.edac.co.lad.ingac.co.lades
To praise or honor:
赞扬,赞誉:
“His works are invariably accoladed as definitive even as they sparkle and spark”(Malcolm S. Forbes)
“当他的作品大放光彩时,一直被放在举足轻重的地位(马尔科姆S.福布斯)

语源

(1)

French [an embrace, accolade]
法语 [拥抱,赞誉]

(2)

from accoler [to embrace]
源自 accoler [拥抱]

(3)

from Old French acoler
源自 古法语 acoler

(4)

from Vulgar Latin *accol3e
源自 俗拉丁语 *accol3e

(5)

Latin ad- * see ad-
拉丁语 ad- *参见 ad-

(6)

Latin collum [neck] * see k wel- 1
拉丁语 collum [颈部] *参见 k wel- 1

注释
Those who have received so many accolades that they have no fear of getting it in the neck may have to reconsider their situation. In tracing accolade back to its Latin origins, we find that it was formed from the prefix ad-, “to, on,” and the noun collum, “neck,” which may bring the word collar to mind. From these elements came the Vulgar Latin word .accoll3, which, in turn, was the source of French accolade, “an embrace.” An embrace was originally given to a knight when dubbing him, a fact that accounts for accolade having the technical sense “ceremonial bestowal of knighthood,” the sense in which the word is first recorded in English in 1623.
那些接受了如此多的拥吻以致不怕再在颈部接受的人,也许应考虑一下他们所处状况。追溯accolade 的拉丁文辞源, 我们可以发现它是由前缀ad- “到在…之上”之意和名词 collum, “颈部”之意, 这词使我们想起collar 一词。 从这些成分组成俗拉丁词accollare, 而这词反过来又成为法语词accolade, “拥抱”的词源。 原来是指骑士授予时所给予的拥抱,这事实可解释accolade 一词带“授予骑士称号的典礼”的意义, 这个词带这种意义在英语中是在1623年第一次使用

现代英汉词典

accolade
[5AkEleId]
n.
表扬;推崇
The play received accolades from the press.
这部戏受到报纸的称赞。

现代英汉综合大辞典

accolade
[5AkEleid]
n.

(1)

武士爵位的授与(式)

(2)

赞美,嘉奖,表扬,(见面问好的)接吻[拥抱]

(3)

【音】连谱号

(4)

【建】S形状的穹窿

继承用法

accoladed
adj.

美国传统词典

accolade
ac.co.lade
AHD:[2k“…-l3d”, -l?d”]
D.J.[6#k*7leid, -7l$8d]
K.K.[6#k*7led, -7l$d]
n.

(1)

An expression of approval; praise.

(2)

A special acknowledgment; an award.

(3)

A ceremonial embrace, as of greeting or salutation.

(4)

Ceremonial bestowal of knighthood.
v.tr.
ac.co.lad.ed, ac.co.lad.ing, ac.co.lades
To praise or honor:
“His works are invariably accoladed as definitive even as they sparkle and spark”(Malcolm S. Forbes)

语源

(1)

French [an embrace, accolade]

(2)

from accoler [to embrace]

(3)

from Old French acoler

(4)

from Vulgar Latin *accol3e

(5)

Latin ad- * see ad-

(6)

Latin collum [neck] * see k wel- 1

注释
Those who have received so many accolades that they have no fear of getting it in the neck may have to reconsider their situation. In tracing accolade back to its Latin origins, we find that it was formed from the prefix ad-, “to, on,” and the noun collum, “neck,” which may bring the word collar to mind. From these elements came the Vulgar Latin word .accoll3, which, in turn, was the source of French accolade, “an embrace.” An embrace was originally given to a knight when dubbing him, a fact that accounts for accolade having the technical sense “ceremonial bestowal of knighthood,” the sense in which the word is first recorded in English in 1623.

英汉航空大词典

accolade
n.因公死亡人员家属证书

英汉建筑大词典

accolade
n.拱门窗上的葱形线饰

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