简明英汉词典

deaf
[def]
adj.
聋的

美国传统词典[双解]

deaf
deaf
AHD:[dμf]
D.J.[def]
K.K.[dWf]
adj.(形容词)
deaf.erdeaf.est

(1)

Partially or completely lacking in the sense of hearing.
聋的,重听的:部分或完全丧失听觉的

(2)

Deaf Of or relating to the Deaf or their culture.
Deaf 聋人的,聋人文化的:聋人的;与聋人(或聋人的文化)有关的

(3)

Unwilling or refusing to listen; heedless:
充耳不闻的:不愿听的,拒绝听的;不注意的:
was deaf to our objections.
对我们的异议充耳不闻
n.(used with a pl. verb)(名词)(与复数动词连用)

(1)

Deaf people considered as a group.
聋子:被看作一个群体的所有聋人

(2)

Deaf The community of deaf people who use American Sign Language as a primary means of communication.
Deaf 聋人团体:指聋人的团体,他们的主要的交流方式之一就是使用美国手势语言

语源

(1)

Middle English def, deef
中古英语 def, deef

(2)

from Old English d?f
源自 古英语 d?f

继承用法

deafly
adv.(副词)

deafness
n.(名词)

用法
Some writers have lately introduced a distinction between the lowercase noun deaf, which is used to refer simply to people with extensive hearing disorders, and the capitalized noun Deaf, which refers to the culture and community that has grown up around the use of American Sign Language as a primary means of communication.
最近,一些作家提出小写的名词deaf 和大写的名词 Deaf 之间的一个不同点,前者仅用于指全面听力障碍的人;而后者指一种文化和一个团体, 他们通过把美国手势语言作为首要使用的交流方式而逐渐形成的

现代英汉词典

deaf
[def]
adj.

(1)

耳聋的;听不见的
I've called you three times, are you deaf?
我已经叫你三遍了,你聋了吗?

(2)

不想听的, 不愿听的
He was deaf to all advice.
他不听一切劝告。

现代英汉综合大辞典

deaf
[def]
adj.

(1)

聋的

(2)

不愿听的; 不理的, 装聋的, 充耳不闻的
be deaf to advice
不听劝告
deaf-and-dumb alphabet (=manual alphabet)
(聋哑人用的)指语字母
the deaf
聋子

继承用法

deaf-aid
n.
助听器

deaf-seed
n.
空种子(用于禾本科)

习惯用语

as deaf as an adder
全聋

as deaf as a post
全聋

as deaf as a door
全聋

as deaf as a door-post
全聋

be deaf of an ear
聋了一只耳朵

be deaf of one ear
聋了一只耳朵

be deaf in an ear
聋了一只耳朵

be deaf in one ear
聋了一只耳朵

None so deaf as those that won't hear.
[谚]不肯倾听别人意见的人是最聋的人。

stone deaf
完全聋的

deaf and dumb
聋哑的

用法词典

deaf
中古英语def〈古英语deaf聋

美国传统词典

deaf
deaf
AHD:[dμf]
D.J.[def]
K.K.[dWf]
adj.
deaf.er, deaf.est

(1)

Partially or completely lacking in the sense of hearing.

(2)

Deaf Of or relating to the Deaf or their culture.

(3)

Unwilling or refusing to listen; heedless:
was deaf to our objections.
n.(used with a pl. verb)

(1)

Deaf people considered as a group.

(2)

Deaf The community of deaf people who use American Sign Language as a primary means of communication.

语源

(1)

Middle English def, deef

(2)

from Old English d?f

继承用法

deafly
adv.

deafness
n.

用法
Some writers have lately introduced a distinction between the lowercase noun deaf, which is used to refer simply to people with extensive hearing disorders, and the capitalized noun Deaf, which refers to the culture and community that has grown up around the use of American Sign Language as a primary means of communication.

英汉化学大词典

deaf
adj.装聋的,聋子

英汉计算机大词典

deaf
adj.装聋的(聋子)

英汉农牧林大词典

deaf
n.聋的

英汉消防大词典

deaf
聋的

英汉心理学大词典

deaf
dumb children : 聋哑儿童

基本词义

deaf

基本词义

deaf
aid : 助听器

基本词义

deaf
blind : 聋盲人

基本词义

deaf
blind children : 聋盲儿童

基本词义

deaf
blindness : 聋盲

基本词义

deaf
mutism : 聋哑症

基本词义

deaf
mute : 聋哑人

基本词义

deaf
mute blindness : 聋哑盲

英汉医学大词典

deaf
n.聋的

英汉中医大词典

deaf
n.聋的

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