简明英汉词典

denote
[di5nEut]
vt.
指示, 表示

美国传统词典[双解]

denote
de.note
AHD:[d1-n?t“]
D.J.[di6nout]
K.K.[d!6not]
v.tr.(及物动词)
de.not.edde.not.ingde.notes

(1)

To mark; indicate:
作标志;指明:
a frown that denoted increasing impatience.
表明越来越不耐烦地皱眉

(2)

To serve as a symbol or name for the meaning of; signify:
表示,意为:作为一个表达该意义的符号或名字;意为:
A flashing yellow light denotes caution.
闪烁的黄灯表示警告

(3)

To signify directly; refer to specifically:See Synonyms at mean 1
直接表示;特指参见 mean1

语源

(1)

French dénoter
法语 dénoter

(2)

from Latin d?3re}
源自 拉丁语 d?3re}

(3)

d?- [de-]
d?- [前缀,表“自…导出”]

(4)

not3e [to mark] * see connote
not3e [作标记] *参见 connote

继承用法

denotable
adj.(形容词)

denotive
adj.(形容词)

用法
Denote means “to mark” or “to signify directly”; connote means “to suggest or convey to the mind what is not explicit.” In speaking of words or expressions, denote describes the relation between the expression and the thing it conventionally names, whereas connote describes the relation between the word and the images or associations it evokes. Thus, the word Christmas denotes the holiday celebrated on December 25 and connotes turkey, mistletoe, and chestnuts roasting on an open fire.
Denote 意思是“作标记“或“直接记作“: connote 意思是“暗示那些没有明显表示出来的意义”。 在表示词和词组意义时denote 描述词语与某事物通常意义之间的关系, 而connote 描述的是这个词与它唤起的图象或联想之间的关系。 这样Chrismas 这个词指(denote)在十二月二十五日庆祝的那个节日, 并意味着火鸡、圣诞树或在篝火上烧烤的栗子

现代英汉词典

denote
[dI5nEJt]
vt.
denoted, denoting

(1)

代表;指代;为…的名称

(2)

表示;是…的标志
The mark ‘∧’ denotes a place of omission.
“∧”记号指示有脱漏的地方。

现代英汉综合大辞典

denote
[di5nEut]
vt.

(1)

指示, 表示

(2)

意味着
A quick pulse often denotes fever.
脉搏跳得快常表示发烧。

继承用法

denotable
[di5nEutEbl]
adj.

denotement
n.

词性变化

denotive
adj.

用法词典

denote
来自拉丁语denotare
英文相关词典

denote
express    imply    indicate    mark    mean    say    show    signify    

[七国语言]英汉数学大词典

denote
指示, 表示

美国传统词典

denote
de.note
AHD:[d1-n?t“]
D.J.[di6nout]
K.K.[d!6not]
v.tr.
de.not.ed, de.not.ing, de.notes

(1)

To mark; indicate:
a frown that denoted increasing impatience.

(2)

To serve as a symbol or name for the meaning of; signify:
A flashing yellow light denotes caution.

(3)

To signify directly; refer to specifically:See Synonyms at mean 1

语源

(1)

French dénoter

(2)

from Latin d?3re}

(3)

d?- [de-]

(4)

not3e [to mark] * see connote

继承用法

denotable
adj.

denotive
adj.

用法
Denote means “to mark” or “to signify directly”; connote means “to suggest or convey to the mind what is not explicit.” In speaking of words or expressions, denote describes the relation between the expression and the thing it conventionally names, whereas connote describes the relation between the word and the images or associations it evokes. Thus, the word Christmas denotes the holiday celebrated on December 25 and connotes turkey, mistletoe, and chestnuts roasting on an open fire.

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