简明英汉词典

artifice
[5B:tifis]
n.
技巧

美国传统词典[双解]

artifice
ar.ti.fice
AHD:[?r“t…-f1s]
D.J.[6$8t*fis]
K.K.[6$t*f!s]
n.(名词)

(1)

An artful or crafty expedient; a stratagem.
诡计:狡猾或狡诈的手段;计谋

(2)

Subtle but base deception; trickery.
阴谋:精明的但是卑鄙的欺骗;圈套

(3)

Cleverness or skill; ingenuity.
策略:聪明或技巧;机智

语源

(1)

French
法语

(2)

from Old French [craftsmanship]
源自 古法语 [技艺]

(3)

from Latin artificium
源自 拉丁语 artificium

(4)

from artifex artific- [craftsman]
源自 artifex artific- [工匠]

(5)

ars art- [art] * see art 1
ars art- [艺术] *参见 art1

(6)

-fex [maker] * see dh?-
-fex [制造者] *参见 dh?-

参考词汇

(1)

artificetrickrusewilefeintstratagemmaneuverdodge

(2)

These nouns are compared as they denote means for achieving an end by indirection.
当这些名词表示为间接达到某目的的手段时作比较。

(3)

Artifice refers to something especially contrived to lead to a desired result or create a desired effect:
Artifice 指为达到某理想结果或制造某预期效果而特别策划的东西:
“His sincerity, although often aided by the actor's artifice, seems genuine” (Richard Cohen).
“他的诚意,虽然常常受到演员机智的支持,但看起来是真的” (理查德·科恩)。

(4)

Trick in this sense implies willful deception and often less than honorable motivation:
Trick 在这个意义上含有故意的欺骗,常常有不体面的动机:
“The . . . boys . . . had all sorts of tricks to prevent us from winning” (W.H. Hudson).
“那些…男孩子们…有各种各样的把戏来阻止我们获胜” (W.H.哈德森)。

(5)

Ruse stresses the creation of a false impression:
Ruse 强调制造一个虚假的印象:
Her pretended deafness was a ruse to enable her to learn their plans.
她装作聋子是一个计谋以使她能了解他们的计划。

(6)

Wile suggests deceiving and entrapping a victim by playing on his or her weak points:
Wile 指利用他或她的弱点来达到欺骗和诱使受骗者上当:
“He did not fail to see/His uncle's cunning wiles and treachery” (William Morris).
他没有忽视他叔父的狡诈的诡计和背信忘义” (威廉·莫里斯)。

(7)

Feint denotes a deceptive act calculated to distract attention from one's real purpose:
Feint 意味着欺骗行为的目的是转移人们对其真正目的注意力:
One person bumped into me as a feint while the other stole my wallet.
一个人撞了我一下作掩护,而另一个人偷了我的钱包。

(8)

Stratagem implies careful planning for achieving an objective or obtaining an advantage:
Stratagem 指为取得一个目标或得到一项好处而做的仔细谋划:
That you have used every ruthless stratagem to win the much-coveted promotion hasn't endeared you to your rivals.
你为得到渴望的晋升,所使用的每一个无情的计谋,并没有为你赢得比你对手更多的好感。

(9)

Maneuver applies to calculated and skillful tactics and often to a single strategic move:
Maneuver 指使用特意计划的和技巧的战术,常常是为了一个战略行动:
“To this day they always speak of that Reform Bill as if it had been a dishonest maneuver” (Standard).
“直到今日,他们常常提起那个选举法修正法案,好像那是一个不诚实的花招” (史坦达得)。

(10)

Dodge stresses shifty and ingenious deception:
Dodge 强调变化多端的和机智的欺骗:
“‘It was all false, of course?’ ‘All, sir,’ replied Mr. Weller, ‘ . . . artful dodge’” (Charles Dickens).
“‘这全是假的,当然?’‘全是,先生,’韦勒先生答道,‘…狡猾的诡计’” (查尔斯·狄更斯)

现代英汉词典

artifice
[5B:tIfIs]
n.

(1)

技巧;技能

(2)

诡计;骗术

现代英汉综合大辞典

artifice
[5B:tifis]
n.

(1)

技巧, 技能

(2)

诡计, 巧计; 策略, 谋略, 手段
by artifice
用手段, 用计
lure a man by artifice
以计诱人

继承用法

artificer
[B:5tIfIsE(r)]
n.

(1)

钳工; 技工; 技师; 巧匠

(2)

【军】技术兵

(3)

设计者, 发明家

英文相关词典

artifice
foul play    ruse    scheme    trick    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

artifice
技巧

美国传统词典

artifice
ar.ti.fice
AHD:[?r“t…-f1s]
D.J.[6$8t*fis]
K.K.[6$t*f!s]
n.

(1)

An artful or crafty expedient; a stratagem.

(2)

Subtle but base deception; trickery.

(3)

Cleverness or skill; ingenuity.

语源

(1)

French

(2)

from Old French [craftsmanship]

(3)

from Latin artificium

(4)

from artifex artific- [craftsman]

(5)

ars art- [art] * see art 1

(6)

-fex [maker] * see dh?-

参考词汇

(1)

artifice, trick, ruse, wile, feint, stratagem, maneuver, dodge

(2)

These nouns are compared as they denote means for achieving an end by indirection.

(3)

Artifice refers to something especially contrived to lead to a desired result or create a desired effect:
“His sincerity, although often aided by the actor's artifice, seems genuine” (Richard Cohen).

(4)

Trick in this sense implies willful deception and often less than honorable motivation:
“The . . . boys . . . had all sorts of tricks to prevent us from winning” (W.H. Hudson).

(5)

Ruse stresses the creation of a false impression:
Her pretended deafness was a ruse to enable her to learn their plans.

(6)

Wile suggests deceiving and entrapping a victim by playing on his or her weak points:
“He did not fail to see/His uncle's cunning wiles and treachery” (William Morris).

(7)

Feint denotes a deceptive act calculated to distract attention from one's real purpose:
One person bumped into me as a feint while the other stole my wallet.

(8)

Stratagem implies careful planning for achieving an objective or obtaining an advantage:
That you have used every ruthless stratagem to win the much-coveted promotion hasn't endeared you to your rivals.

(9)

Maneuver applies to calculated and skillful tactics and often to a single strategic move:
“To this day they always speak of that Reform Bill as if it had been a dishonest maneuver” (Standard).

(10)

Dodge stresses shifty and ingenious deception:
“‘It was all false, of course?’ ‘All, sir,’ replied Mr. Weller, ‘ . . . artful dodge’” (Charles Dickens).

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