简明英汉词典

dentist
[5dentist]
n.
牙科医生

美国传统词典[双解]

dentist
den.tist
AHD:[dμn“t1st]
D.J.[6dentist]
K.K.[6dWnt!st]
n.Abbr. dent.(名词)缩写 dent.
A person who is trained and licensed to practice dentistry.
牙科医生:受过训练并获准执业牙医的人

语源

(1)

French dentiste
法语 dentiste

(2)

from dent [tooth]
源自 dent [牙齿]

(3)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(4)

from Latin d?s dent- * see dent-
源自 拉丁语 d?s dent- *参见 dent-

注释
“Dentist figures [appears] now in our newspapers, and may do well enough for a French puffer [a writer of inflated advertisements]; but we fancy Rutter is content with being called a tooth-drawer. ” In this quotation from the September 15, 1759, issue of the Edinburgh Chronicle we see dentist in its infancy as an English word, trailing evidence of its French origin.If we had formed a word in English like dentist, which comes from the French word dent, “tooth,” we would have toothist, a word that does not exist. But toothist and tooth-drawer lack the elegance of the French borrowing dentist, an elegance that is shared by other borrowings from French during the past four centuries, such as ballet, champagne, coquette, coterie, and negligee.
“Dentist 现在在我们的报纸里出现了, 可能常是法国吹嘘者宣传的对象;但是,我们猜测鲁特会对被称为tooth-drawer 的东西感到满意”。 在这段引自1759年9月15日的杂志爱丁堡年记 的话中, 我们看到dentist 最初是作为一个英语单词产生的, 它却起源于法语。如果我们当时在英语中构造了象dentist (它源于法语 dent )的这样一个英语词“tooth”, 我们将会得到一个根本就不存在的形式:toothist 。 但是toothist 和 tooth-drawer 缺乏法语借用词 dentist 的高雅, 这种高雅为其他在这四百年里从法语中借用的词所共有,如ballet,champagne,coquette,coterie 和 negligee

现代英汉词典

dentist
[5dentIst]
n.
牙科医生

现代英汉综合大辞典

dentist
[5dentist]
n.

(1)

牙科医生

(2)

注水泥工

继承用法

dentistic(al)
adj.

用法词典

dentist
法语dentiste <中古拉丁语dentista <拉丁语dens牙

[七国语言]英汉医学大词典

dentist
牙医师, 口腔学家

美国传统词典

dentist
den.tist
AHD:[dμn“t1st]
D.J.[6dentist]
K.K.[6dWnt!st]
n.Abbr. dent.
A person who is trained and licensed to practice dentistry.

语源

(1)

French dentiste

(2)

from dent [tooth]

(3)

from Old French

(4)

from Latin d?s dent- * see dent-

注释
“Dentist figures [appears] now in our newspapers, and may do well enough for a French puffer [a writer of inflated advertisements]; but we fancy Rutter is content with being called a tooth-drawer. ” In this quotation from the September 15, 1759, issue of the Edinburgh Chronicle we see dentist in its infancy as an English word, trailing evidence of its French origin.If we had formed a word in English like dentist, which comes from the French word dent, “tooth,” we would have toothist, a word that does not exist. But toothist and tooth-drawer lack the elegance of the French borrowing dentist, an elegance that is shared by other borrowings from French during the past four centuries, such as ballet, champagne, coquette, coterie, and negligee.

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