简明英汉词典

admonish
[Ed5mCniF]
vt.
劝告, 训诫, 警告

美国传统词典[双解]

admonish
ad.mon.ish
AHD:[2d-m?n“1sh]
D.J.[#d6m%ni.]
K.K.[#d6m$n!.]
v.tr.(及物动词)
ad.mon.ishedad.mon.ish.ingad.mon.ish.es

(1)

To reprove gently but earnestly.
轻责,告诫:温和但诚挚地责备

(2)

To counsel (another) against something to be avoided; caution.
警告某人:劝告(他人)不要做应避免的事;警告

(3)

To remind of something forgotten or disregarded, as an obligation or a responsibility.
提醒,敦促:使想到忘却的或忽视的事,如义务或责任

语源

(1)

Middle English amonishen, admonishen
中古英语 amonishen, admonishen

(2)

alteration of amonesten
amonesten的变化

(3)

from Old French amonester, admonester
源自 古法语 amonester, admonester

(4)

from Vulgar Latin *admonest3e
源自 俗拉丁语 *admonest3e

(5)

from Latin admon?e
源自 拉丁语 admon?e

(6)

ad- [ad-]
ad- [前缀,表“朝向”]

(7)

mon?e [to warn] * see men- 1
mon?e [警告] *参见 men- 1

继承用法

admonisher
n.(名词)

admonishingly
adv.(副词)

admonishment
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

admonishreproverebukereprimandreproach

(2)

These verbs refer to adverse criticism intended as a corrective or caution.
这些动词都表示作为改善法或警告的反对性评。

(3)

Admonish implies the giving of advice or a warning so that a fault can be rectified or a danger avoided:
Admonish 暗含提出建议或警告以便改正错误或避免危险:
“A gallows erected on an eminence admonished the offenders of the fate that awaited them” (William Hickling Prescott).
“山丘上竖着的绞刑架警告命运的反抗者” (威廉·希克林·普雷斯科特)。

(4)

Reprove usually suggests gentle criticism and constructive intent:
Reprove 通常暗示温和的批评及有建设性的意图:
With a quick look the teacher reproved the child for whispering in class.
老师以极快的表情斥责在课堂上交头接耳的同学。

(5)

Rebuke and
Rebuke

(6)

reprimand both refer to sharp, often angry criticism; of the two reprimand more frequently implies formal or official censure:
reprimand 都表示刻薄的,通常是愤怒的批评;在两者之间reprimand 在更多情况下暗示正式的或官方的责难:
“Some of the most heated criticism . . . has come from the Justice Department, which rarely rebukes other agencies in public” (Howard Kurtz).
“许多最激烈的批评…来自于平时很少公开谴责其他部门的司法部” (霍华德·库尔兹)。
“A committee at [the university] asked its president to reprimand a scientist who tested gene-altered bacteria on trees” (New York Times).
“校委会 要求校长申斥在树上做细胞基因变化试验的科学家” (纽约时代杂志)。

(7)

Reproach usually refers to regretful or unhappy criticism arising from a sense of disappointment:
Reproach 通常指由失望感产生的后悔或悲伤的批评:
“Even if I had done wrong you should not have reproached me in public—people wash their dirty linen at home” (Napoleon Bonaparte).
即使是我做错了事,你也不应该当众指责我-家丑不能外扬” (拿破仑·波拿巴)

现代英汉词典

admonish
[Ed5mRnIF]
vt.
劝告;警告
He admonished those frantic football fans to change their wicked ways.
他告诫那些疯狂的足球迷们改变那种捣蛋的做法。

现代英汉综合大辞典

admonish
[Ed5mCniF]
vt.

(1)

告诫

(2)

劝告

(3)

警告

(4)

提醒

(5)

要求, 催办(某事)

继承用法

admonishment
n.

美国传统词典

admonish
ad.mon.ish
AHD:[2d-m?n“1sh]
D.J.[#d6m%ni.]
K.K.[#d6m$n!.]
v.tr.
ad.mon.ished, ad.mon.ish.ing, ad.mon.ish.es

(1)

To reprove gently but earnestly.

(2)

To counsel (another) against something to be avoided; caution.

(3)

To remind of something forgotten or disregarded, as an obligation or a responsibility.

语源

(1)

Middle English amonishen, admonishen

(2)

alteration of amonesten

(3)

from Old French amonester, admonester

(4)

from Vulgar Latin *admonest3e

(5)

from Latin admon?e

(6)

ad- [ad-]

(7)

mon?e [to warn] * see men- 1

继承用法

admonisher
n.

admonishingly
adv.

admonishment
n.

参考词汇

(1)

admonish, reprove, rebuke, reprimand, reproach

(2)

These verbs refer to adverse criticism intended as a corrective or caution.

(3)

Admonish implies the giving of advice or a warning so that a fault can be rectified or a danger avoided:
“A gallows erected on an eminence admonished the offenders of the fate that awaited them” (William Hickling Prescott).

(4)

Reprove usually suggests gentle criticism and constructive intent:
With a quick look the teacher reproved the child for whispering in class.

(5)

Rebuke and

(6)

reprimand both refer to sharp, often angry criticism; of the two reprimand more frequently implies formal or official censure:
“Some of the most heated criticism . . . has come from the Justice Department, which rarely rebukes other agencies in public” (Howard Kurtz).
“A committee at [the university] asked its president to reprimand a scientist who tested gene-altered bacteria on trees” (New York Times).

(7)

Reproach usually refers to regretful or unhappy criticism arising from a sense of disappointment:
“Even if I had done wrong you should not have reproached me in public—people wash their dirty linen at home” (Napoleon Bonaparte).

英汉法学大词典

admonish
v.训诫,告诫

英汉化学大词典

admonish
vt.警告,告诫

英汉计算机大词典

admonish
vt.警告(告诫)

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