简明英汉词典

amiable
[5eimjEbl]
adj.
亲切的, 和蔼可亲的

美国传统词典[双解]

amiable
a.mi.a.ble
AHD:[3“m?-…-b…l]
D.J.[6eimi8*b*l]
K.K.[6emi*b*l]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Friendly and agreeable in disposition; good-natured and likable.
温柔的:性情友好亲切的;脾气好的,可爱的

(2)

Cordial; sociable; congenial:
亲切的:热情的;容易交往的;和善的:
an amiable gathering.
一次友好的聚会

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Late Latin amo3bilis} * see amicable
源自 后期拉丁语 amo3bilis} *参见 amicable

继承用法

amiability 或

amiableness
n.(名词)

amiably
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

amiableaffablegood-naturedobligingagreeablepleasant

(2)

These adjectives mean willing or showing a willingness to please.
这些形容词的意思是愿意的或表示出亲热的。

(3)

Amiable implies friendliness:
Amiable 暗指友好的:
“an amiable villain with a cocky, sidelong grin” (Hal Hinson).
“带着一种高傲且目中无人微笑的态度和蔼的恶棍” (哈尔·金森)。

(4)

Affable especially fits a person who is easy to approach, responsive in conversation, and slow to anger:
Affable 尤其适用于形容一个容易接近,交谈时反映灵敏和不易生气的人:
She is affable enough when she is not preoccupied with business problems.
当她不忙于公事的时候是很容易接近的。

(5)

Good-natured suggests a tolerant, easygoing disposition; sometimes it also implies a docile nature:
Good-natured 指性情宽厚,容易相处;有时也指性情温顺:
You are too good-natured to resent a little criticism.
你太厚道了,对别人的批评毫不动怒。

(6)

Obliging specifies willingness or eagerness to be of help to others or indulge their wishes:
Obliging 专门指愿意或渴望帮助别人或满足别人愿望的人:
The obliging waiter was in no hurry for us to pay the bill and leave.
殷勤的服务员并不着急让我们付帐离开。

(7)

Agreeable suggests being in accord with one's own feelings, nature, or tastes:
Agreeable 表示与某人的感情、性情或爱好和谐一致:
“My idea of an agreeable person . . . is a person who agrees with me” (Benjamin Disraeli).
“我所认为的惹人喜爱的人…是同意我观点的人” (本杰明·狄瑞里)。

(8)

Pleasant applies broadly to agreeable manner, behavior, or appearance:
Pleasant 明确地用来指令人愉快的举止、行为或外表:
“I couldn't handle it, I didn't enjoy it and it probably didn't make me a pleasant person to be around” (James Caan).
“我对付不了它,我不喜欢它并且它大概也让我成了这里不受欢迎的人” (詹姆斯·凯恩)

现代英汉词典

amiable
[5eImIEb(E)l]
adj.
和蔼的;亲切的
The foreign guests are always amiable to the host when they visit his house。
外宾来到主人家拜访时总是友好的。

现代英汉综合大辞典

amiable
[5eimjEbl]
adj.
亲切的; 和蔼可亲的, 温和的; 可爱的

继承用法

amiability
[9eimjE5biliti]
n.
亲切, 和蔼; 温和; 可爱

amiableness
n.

词性变化

amiably
[`eImjEblI]
adv.

英文相关词典

amiable
abominable    detestable    hateful    ill-natured    surly    

美国传统词典

amiable
a.mi.a.ble
AHD:[3“m?-…-b…l]
D.J.[6eimi8*b*l]
K.K.[6emi*b*l]
adj.

(1)

Friendly and agreeable in disposition; good-natured and likable.

(2)

Cordial; sociable; congenial:
an amiable gathering.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Late Latin amo3bilis} * see amicable

继承用法

amiability or

amiableness
n.

amiably
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

amiable, affable, good-natured, obliging, agreeable, pleasant

(2)

These adjectives mean willing or showing a willingness to please.

(3)

Amiable implies friendliness:
“an amiable villain with a cocky, sidelong grin” (Hal Hinson).

(4)

Affable especially fits a person who is easy to approach, responsive in conversation, and slow to anger:
She is affable enough when she is not preoccupied with business problems.

(5)

Good-natured suggests a tolerant, easygoing disposition; sometimes it also implies a docile nature:
You are too good-natured to resent a little criticism.

(6)

Obliging specifies willingness or eagerness to be of help to others or indulge their wishes:
The obliging waiter was in no hurry for us to pay the bill and leave.

(7)

Agreeable suggests being in accord with one's own feelings, nature, or tastes:
“My idea of an agreeable person . . . is a person who agrees with me” (Benjamin Disraeli).

(8)

Pleasant applies broadly to agreeable manner, behavior, or appearance:
“I couldn't handle it, I didn't enjoy it and it probably didn't make me a pleasant person to be around” (James Caan).

英汉化学大词典

amiable
adj.和蔼的,友好的

英汉计算机大词典

amiable
adj.和蔼的(友好的)

英汉中医大词典

amiable
n.轻松愉快的,友好的,和蔼可亲的

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