简明英汉词典

banter
[5bAntE]
n.
善意地取笑, 逗弄
v.
善意的与人开玩笑

美国传统词典[双解]

banter
ban.ter
AHD:[b2n“t…r]
D.J.[6b#nt*]
K.K.[6b#nt+]
n.(名词)
Good-humored, playful conversation.
轻松、幽默的谈话
v.(动词)
ban.teredban.ter.ingban.ters
v.tr.(及物动词)
To speak to in a playful or teasing way.
取笑:以开玩笑或戏弄的方式讲话
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To exchange mildly teasing remarks.
相互善意地取笑

语源
[Origin unknown]
[词源不详]

继承用法

banterer
n.(名词)

banteringly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

banterchaffjoshkidragrazzrib

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to poke fun at good-humoredly”:
这些动词的中心意思都有“善意地取笑”:
bantered with her colleagues about their long coffee breaks;
她戏谑地取笑同事们的喝咖啡时间总是很长;
chaffed her for forgetting the appointment;
人们揶揄她忘了约好的事;
joshed his brother about his strange new haircut;
他取笑他弟弟奇怪的新发式;
thought you were kidding me;
我以为你是在和我开玩笑;
ragged her about being so stubborn;
取笑她总是冥顽不灵;
razzed the teammate who missed the shot;
讥笑没有射中球的队员;
ribbing a friend for being helplessly in love.
取笑正恋爱得无力自拔的朋友。

现代英汉词典

banter
[5bAntE(r)]
vt., vi.
嘲弄;戏谑;开玩笑
The students exchanged banter with each other.
同学们互相开玩笑。

现代英汉综合大辞典

banter
[5bAntE]
n.
(善意的)玩笑, 逗乐; 轻松说笑

词性变化

banter
[5bAntE]
vt.

(1)

用风趣或逗乐的方式说话或演讲

(2)

欺骗; 愚弄

(3)

向...挑战
The students enjoyed their teacher's bantering them about their mistakes.
同学们对老师用风趣的方式讲解他们的错误很感兴趣。

banter
[5bAntE]
vi.
善意地开玩笑
He bantered with his grandchildren.
他和他的几个孙子逗乐。

英文相关词典

banter
jest    joke    tease    

美国传统词典

banter
ban.ter
AHD:[b2n“t…r]
D.J.[6b#nt*]
K.K.[6b#nt+]
n.
Good-humored, playful conversation.
v.
ban.tered, ban.ter.ing, ban.ters
v.tr.
To speak to in a playful or teasing way.
v.intr.
To exchange mildly teasing remarks.

语源
[Origin unknown]

继承用法

banterer
n.

banteringly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

banter, chaff, josh, kid, rag, razz, rib

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to poke fun at good-humoredly”:
bantered with her colleagues about their long coffee breaks;
chaffed her for forgetting the appointment;
joshed his brother about his strange new haircut;
thought you were kidding me;
ragged her about being so stubborn;
razzed the teammate who missed the shot;
ribbing a friend for being helplessly in love.

英汉心理学大词典

banter
开玩笑

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