简明英汉词典

anger
[5AN^E]
n.
怒, 愤怒
v.
恼火

美国传统词典[双解]

anger
an.ger
AHD:[2ng“g…r]
D.J.[6#0g*]
K.K.[6#0g+]
n.(名词)
A strong feeling of displeasure or hostility.
怒,愤怒:一种强烈的不快或敌视的感觉
v.(动词)
an.geredan.ger.ingan.gers
v.tr.(及物动词)
To make angry; enrage or provoke.
使发怒;激怒,怨恨
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To become angry:
发怒:
She angers too quickly.
她动辄就发怒

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old Norse angr [sorrow] * see angh-
源自 古斯堪的纳维亚语 angr [悲伤] *参见 angh-

参考词汇

(1)

angerragefuryirewrathresentmentindignation

(2)

These nouns denote varying degrees of marked displeasure.
这些名词表示不同程度的不快。

(3)

Anger, the most general, is strong displeasure:
Anger 是最普通的词,表示强烈的不快:
suppressed her anger; threw a book in a fit of anger.
压住了她的怒火;愤怒地扔掉了一本书。

(4)

Rage and
Rage

(5)

fury are closely related in the sense of intense, explosive, often destructive emotion:
fury 在表示强烈的、一触即发的、通常是有破坏性的感情时意义相近:
“Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned” (William Congreve).
“天堂里没有使爱转化为恨的那种震怒”。 (威廉·康格莱夫)。
“Beware the fury of a patient man” (John Dryden).
“当心容忍者的暴怒” (约翰·德莱顿)。

(6)

Ire is a term for anger that is frequently encountered in literature:
Ire 是在文学作品中常碰到的表示发怒的词:
“The best way to escape His ire/Is, not to seem too happy” (Robert Browning).
“躲避他怒火的最好办法是,不要看上去太得意” (罗伯特·勃朗宁)。

(7)

Wrath applies especially to fervid anger that seeks vengeance or punishment, often on an epic scale:
Wrath 尤用于表示当某人寻仇或惩罚时的怒火,常出现在史诗中:
rebellious words sure to kindle a parent's wrath;
顶嘴肯定会让父母发怒;
the wrath of God.
上帝的怒火。

(8)

Resentment refers to ill will and smoldering anger generated by a sense of grievance:
Resentment 指由于不满而引起的满腔在胸的愤怒:
The strike can be traced to the personal resentment of the foreman against the factory owner.
罢工的原因,可归结为工头个人对工厂老板的不满。

(9)

Indignation is righteous anger at something regarded as being wrongful, unjust, or evil:
Indignation 指对错误、不公正或邪恶的事物产生的忿忿不平:
“public indignation about takeovers causing people to lose their jobs” (Allan Sloan).
“公众对于导致人们失业的接管行为很愤怒” (艾伦·斯洛恩)

现代英汉词典

anger
[5AN^E(r)]
n.
愤怒;怒气
Has his anger cooled yet?
他息怒了没有?

词性变化

anger
vt.
激怒,使发怒
I was angered by his refusal to come to the party.
他拒绝来参加晚会,我很生气。

现代英汉综合大辞典

anger
[5AN^E]
n.

(1)

怒, 愤怒

(2)

[方]炎症, 伤口处发炎或疼痛
in anger
生气, 动怒

词性变化

anger
[5AN^E]
vt.
使发怒, 激怒
be angered by [at]
因...而发怒

anger
[5AN^E]
vi.
发怒
He angers easily.
他容易发怒。

继承用法

angerly
adv.

习惯用语

bluster oneself into anger
勃然大怒

dare sb.'s anger
不怕惹某人生气

furious with anger
狂怒

through the anger of the moment
因一时的愤怒

A-is a short madness.
[谚]怒是短时间的疯狂。

参考词汇
anger     indignation     rage     fury     wrath    
都含有“愤怒”、“生气”的意思。

(1)

anger 是常用词, 强烈的程度不定, 有时也可以不露出来, 如:
Though he felt his anger mounting, he kept perfect control of himself.
虽然他觉得越来越生气, 但还是很好地控制住了自己。

(2)

indignation 是正式用语,指由于非正义、受辱等引起的“义愤”或“愤慨”, 如:
The atrocity caused widespread indignation.
那暴行引起了普遍的愤慨。

(3)

rage 指“大怒”,强调“愤怒强烈到爆发而不能控制住”, 如:
He flew into a rage.
他大发雷霆。

(4)

fury 语气比 rage强, 指“暴怒”, 如:
In his fury he broke his eyeglasses.
盛怒之下, 他摔了坏自己的眼镜。

(5)

wrath 是正式用语,指一种“强烈的义愤”, 带有要给予惩罚或报复的意思, 如:
By their sin they provoked the wrath of the people.
他们因犯罪而激起人民的愤怒。
pleasure     forbearance    

用法词典

anger
来自拉丁语angere掐脖子

英文相关词典

anger
annoyance    fury    ire    irritation    rage    wrath    appease    calm    compose    forbearance    patience    quiet    soothe    

美国传统词典

anger
an.ger
AHD:[2ng“g…r]
D.J.[6#0g*]
K.K.[6#0g+]
n.
A strong feeling of displeasure or hostility.
v.
an.gered, an.ger.ing, an.gers
v.tr.
To make angry; enrage or provoke.
v.intr.
To become angry:
She angers too quickly.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old Norse angr [sorrow] * see angh-

参考词汇

(1)

anger, rage, fury, ire, wrath, resentment, indignation

(2)

These nouns denote varying degrees of marked displeasure.

(3)

Anger, the most general, is strong displeasure:
suppressed her anger; threw a book in a fit of anger.

(4)

Rage and

(5)

fury are closely related in the sense of intense, explosive, often destructive emotion:
“Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned” (William Congreve).
“Beware the fury of a patient man” (John Dryden).

(6)

Ire is a term for anger that is frequently encountered in literature:
“The best way to escape His ire/Is, not to seem too happy” (Robert Browning).

(7)

Wrath applies especially to fervid anger that seeks vengeance or punishment, often on an epic scale:
rebellious words sure to kindle a parent's wrath;
the wrath of God.

(8)

Resentment refers to ill will and smoldering anger generated by a sense of grievance:
The strike can be traced to the personal resentment of the foreman against the factory owner.

(9)

Indignation is righteous anger at something regarded as being wrongful, unjust, or evil:
“public indignation about takeovers causing people to lose their jobs” (Allan Sloan).

英汉化学大词典

anger
n.愤怒;vt.使生气

英汉计算机大词典

anger
n.愤怒;vt.使生气

英汉心理学大词典

anger
愤怒

英汉医学大词典

anger
n.怒

英汉中医大词典

anger
n.怒,放?

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