简明英汉词典

bewilder
[bi5wildE]
vt.
使迷惑, 使不知所措, 使昏乱

美国传统词典[双解]

bewilder
be.wil.der
AHD:[b1-w1l“d…r]
D.J.[bi6wild*]
K.K.[b!6w!ld+]
v.tr.(及物动词)
be.wil.deredbe.wil.der.ingbe.wil.ders

(1)

To confuse or befuddle, especially with numerous conflicting situations, objects, or statements.See Synonyms at puzzle
使为难,使迷惑:迷惑或混乱,尤指被许多混乱的情况,物体和言论所迷惑参见 puzzle

(2)

To cause to lose one's bearings; disorient:
使迷失:使失去方向;使迷失方向:
The twists and turns in the cave soon bewildered us.
蜿蜒弯曲的洞穴使我们很快便失去了方向

继承用法

bewilderedly
adv.(副词)

bewilderedness
n.(名词)

bewilderingly
adv.(副词)

注释
The word bewilder is probably used much more commonly in its figurative sense “to confuse” than in its literal sense “to cause to lose one's bearings; disorient.” Yet the latter sense is most likely the clue to the original source of this word. Bewilder, first recorded in 1684, is made up of the prefix be-, here meaning “completely,” and the verb wilder, meaning “to cause to lose one's way,” first found in 1613. Wilder may in turn be a back-formation from wilderness, a much older word than wilder. Users of English might have erroneously thought that wilderness was derived from an older verb wilder, which they then used with reference to the loss of one's way that can occur in a wilderness.
单词bewilder 大概多用其比喻意义“使迷惑”,而少用其字面意义“使失去方向;使迷失方向”。 虽然后者更接近这个词的本意。Bewilder 一词于1684年首次有文字记载,由前缀 be- 这里意为“完全地”和1613年首次发现的意为“使迷路”的动词 wilder 组成。 Wilder 可能从 wilderness 反演而来,一个比 wilder 古老得多的词。 英语使用者可能误以为wilderness 是从更古老的动词 wilder 产生的, 于是他们把wilderness与可能发生在荒野中的迷路联系起来

现代英汉词典

bewilder
[bI5wIldE(r)]
vt.
使迷惑;使昏乱

现代英汉综合大辞典

bewilder
[bi5wildE]
vt.

(1)

迷惑

(2)

使为难; 把...弄糊涂; 使手足无措
I was bewildered by the maze of streets in the city.
我被市里错综复杂的街道弄糊涂了。

词性变化

bewilder
[bi5wildE]
vi.
使人迷惑; 使人失去镇静
a complexity of logic that bewilders and confuses
使人糊涂而混淆的复杂逻辑

继承用法

bewilderingly
adv.

bewilderment
[bI`wIldEmEnt]
n.

(1)

迷惑不解的性质[状态]

(2)

令人迷惑的纠纷[混乱]

参考词汇
puzzle    

用法词典

bewilder
be-使+wilder 迷惑

英文相关词典

bewilder
baffle    confound    confuse    mystify    perplex    puzzle    

美国传统词典

bewilder
be.wil.der
AHD:[b1-w1l“d…r]
D.J.[bi6wild*]
K.K.[b!6w!ld+]
v.tr.
be.wil.dered, be.wil.der.ing, be.wil.ders

(1)

To confuse or befuddle, especially with numerous conflicting situations, objects, or statements.See Synonyms at puzzle

(2)

To cause to lose one's bearings; disorient:
The twists and turns in the cave soon bewildered us.

继承用法

bewilderedly
adv.

bewilderedness
n.

bewilderingly
adv.

注释
The word bewilder is probably used much more commonly in its figurative sense “to confuse” than in its literal sense “to cause to lose one's bearings; disorient.” Yet the latter sense is most likely the clue to the original source of this word. Bewilder, first recorded in 1684, is made up of the prefix be-, here meaning “completely,” and the verb wilder, meaning “to cause to lose one's way,” first found in 1613. Wilder may in turn be a back-formation from wilderness, a much older word than wilder. Users of English might have erroneously thought that wilderness was derived from an older verb wilder, which they then used with reference to the loss of one's way that can occur in a wilderness.

英汉化学大词典

bewilder
vt.使...迷惑,糊涂,为难

英汉经贸大词典

bewilder
vt.使...迷惑,糊涂,为难

英汉计算机大词典

bewilder
vt.使...迷惑(糊涂,为难)

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