简明英汉词典

belligerent
[bi5lidVErEnt]
adj.
好战的, 交战国的, 交战的

美国传统词典[双解]

belligerent
bel.lig.er.ent
AHD:[b…-l1j“…r-…nt]
D.J.[b*6lid9**nt]
K.K.[b*6l!d9+*nt]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Inclined or eager to fight; hostile or aggressive.
好战的:倾向于或渴望战斗的;敌对的或爱寻衅的

(2)

Of, pertaining to, or engaged in warfare.
交战的:战争的、关于或陷入交战中的
n.(名词)
One that is hostile or aggressive, especially one that is engaged in war.
交战者:敌对的或爱寻衅的人或一方,尤指参与战争者

语源

(1)

Latin belliger3s belligerant- [present participle of] belliger3re [to wage war]
拉丁语 belliger3s belligerant- [] belliger3re的现在分词 [进行战争]

(2)

from belliger [warlike]
源自 belliger [好战的]

(3)

bellum [war]
bellum [战争]

(4)

gerere [to make]
gerere [制造]

继承用法

belligerently
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

belligerentbellicosepugnaciouscontentiousquarrelsome

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they mean having or showing an eagerness to fight.
这些形容词用来比喻具有或显示了对战斗的渴望。

(3)

Belligerent may specify actual engagement in combat (
Belligerent 可以特指确实参与在战斗中(
tried to arrange a truce between the belligerent nations), or it may refer to a tendency to hostile behavior (
交战两国努力达成休战协议), 或者可以指敌对行为的倾向(
A belligerent reporter badgered the President for the facts).
一名好寻衅的记者就一些事实纠缠总统)。

(4)

Bellicose and
Bellicose

(5)

pugnacious suggest a natural disposition to fight:
pugnacious 意指存有对战斗的自然倾向:
“All successful newspapers are ceaselessly querulous and bellicose. They never defend anyone or anything if they can help it; if the job is forced upon them, they tackle it by denouncing someone or something else” (H.L. Mencken).
“所有成功的报纸都是不停地发牢骚的和好斗的。如果能够避免,他们从不卫护任何人或任何事。如果要强迫他们这么做,他们就通过斥责别人或别的事来解决问题” (H.L.麦肯)。
A retired litigator misses the challenge to her pugnacious intellect.
一位退休的诉讼人怀念对其好斗才智的挑战。

(6)

Contentious implies chronic argumentativeness:
Contentious 意指惯常的好争辩:
“His style has been described variously as abrasive and contentious, overbearing and pompous” (Victor Merina).
“他的风格有时被描述为令人讨厌和好争论的,有时又被形容为傲慢和自负的” (维克多·梅里纳)。

(7)

Quarrelsome suggests bad temper and a perverse readiness to bicker and quarrel:
Quarrelsome 意指坏脾气和对争论或争吵具有违反常情的机敏:
“On the days they worked they were good-natured and cheerful, and . . . they spent the evening jollily; but on our idle days they were mutinous and quarrelsome” (Benjamin Franklin).
“工作的日子他们脾气又好,又愉快,并且…快乐地度过夜晚;但当闲暇时,他们捣乱造反,喜好争吵” (本杰明·弗兰克林)

现代英汉词典

belligerent
[bI5lIdVErEnt]
adj.

(1)

好战的,好斗的
The boys found it hard to get along with Tom, because he always said some very belligerent things.
孩子们觉得汤姆很难相处,因他老是说些十分挑衅性的话。

(2)

交战中的

词性变化

belligerent
n.

(1)

交战国

(2)

交战国公民

现代英汉综合大辞典

belligerent
[bi5lidVErEnt]
adj.

(1)

交战中的; 交战国的

(2)

好战的; 好争吵的
belligerent powers
交战国
a belligerent tone
挑衅的语调

词性变化

belligerent
[bi5lidVErEnt]
n.
交战国; 交战的一方
the defeated belligerent
战败国; 战败一方

继承用法

belligerently
adv.

英文相关词典

belligerent
aggressive    combative    hostile    militant    offensive    warlike    

美国传统词典

belligerent
bel.lig.er.ent
AHD:[b…-l1j“…r-…nt]
D.J.[b*6lid/**nt]
K.K.[b*6l!d/+*nt]
adj.

(1)

Inclined or eager to fight; hostile or aggressive.

(2)

Of, pertaining to, or engaged in warfare.
n.
One that is hostile or aggressive, especially one that is engaged in war.

语源

(1)

Latin belliger3s belligerant- [present participle of] belliger3re [to wage war]

(2)

from belliger [warlike]

(3)

bellum [war]

(4)

gerere [to make]

继承用法

belligerently
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

belligerent, bellicose, pugnacious, contentious, quarrelsome

(2)

These adjectives are compared as they mean having or showing an eagerness to fight.

(3)

Belligerent may specify actual engagement in combat (
tried to arrange a truce between the belligerent nations), or it may refer to a tendency to hostile behavior (
A belligerent reporter badgered the President for the facts).

(4)

Bellicose and

(5)

pugnacious suggest a natural disposition to fight:
“All successful newspapers are ceaselessly querulous and bellicose. They never defend anyone or anything if they can help it; if the job is forced upon them, they tackle it by denouncing someone or something else” (H.L. Mencken).
A retired litigator misses the challenge to her pugnacious intellect.

(6)

Contentious implies chronic argumentativeness:
“His style has been described variously as abrasive and contentious, overbearing and pompous” (Victor Merina).

(7)

Quarrelsome suggests bad temper and a perverse readiness to bicker and quarrel:
“On the days they worked they were good-natured and cheerful, and . . . they spent the evening jollily; but on our idle days they were mutinous and quarrelsome” (Benjamin Franklin).

英汉法学大词典

belligerent
n.交战国 ,交战一方

英汉化学大词典

belligerent
adj.交战中的;n.交战国

英汉经贸大词典

belligerent
adj.交战中的;n.交战国

英汉计算机大词典

belligerent
adj.交战中的;n.交战国

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