简明英汉词典

dictate
[dik5teit]
v.
口述, 口授, 使听写, 指令, 指示, 命令, 规定
n.
指示(指理智,变心)

美国传统词典[双解]

dictate
dic.tate
AHD:[d1k“t3t”, d1k-t3t“]
D.J.[6dik7teit, dik6teit]
K.K.[6d!k7tet, d!k6tet]
v.(动词)
dic.tat.eddic.tat.ingdic.tates
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To say or read aloud to be recorded or written by another:
口述:大声说或念,由另一个人记录或书写:
dictate a letter.
读信

(2)

To prescribe with authority; impose:
命令,指示:权威性指示;强制实行:
dictated the rules of the game.
宣读比赛规则

(3)

To control or command:
控制,支配:控制或指挥:
“Foreign leaders were . . . dictated by their own circumstances, bound by the universal imperatives of politics”(Doris Kearns Goodwin)
“外围领导者…被他们自己的环境所支配,被政治的普遍的专横所限制”(多丽丝·克恩斯·古德温)
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To say or read aloud material to be recorded or written by another:
口述:大声说或念材料,由另一个人记录或抄写:
dictated for an hour before leaving for the day.
在离开一天之前念一小时

(2)

To issue orders or commands.
命令:颁布命令或指令
n.(名词)
AHD:[d1k“t3t”]

(1)

A directive; a command.
指示;命令

(2)

A guiding principle:
指导原则:
followed the dictates of my conscience.
接受我的良心的支配

语源
Latin dict3e dict3t- [frequentative of] docere [to say] * see deik-
拉丁语 dict3e dict3t- [] docere的重复动词 [讲] *参见 deik-

参考词汇

(1)

dictatedecreeimposeordainprescribe

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to set forth expressly and authoritatively”:
这些动词共有的中心意思的“明确和权威地阐述”:
victors dictating the terms of surrender;
胜利者口述投降的条目;
confiscation of alien property decreed by the legislature;
由立法机关和判决外国财产的没收;
impose obedience;
强制服从;
a separation seemingly ordained by fate;
看起来是命运注定的分离;
taxes prescribed by law.
法律规定的税额

现代英汉词典

dictate
[dIk5teIt; (?@) 5dIkteIt]
vt., vi.
-tated, -tating

(1)

听写;口述
to dictate a letter to a secretary
向秘书口授信稿
The French teacher dictates to the class every other week.
法语教师每隔一周给这班学生做一次听写。

(2)

命令;要求
The union leaders are trying to dictate their demands to the employer.
工会领导人正设法迫使雇主接受他们的要求。

词性变化

dictate
[5dIkteIt]
n.
(常用pl)命令;(发自内心非遵守不可的)指令

现代英汉综合大辞典

dictate
[dik5teit]
vt.

(1)

口授, 口述; 使听写

(2)

命令, 支配
dictate a letter to sb.
向某人口授信稿
refuse to be dictated
不任人摆布

词性变化

dictate
[dik5teit]
vi.

(1)

口述, 听写

(2)

命令, 支配; 指定
The teacher dictated to the whole class.
老师给全班同学作了听写。

dictate
[dik5teit]
n.
[5dikteit] [常用复]

(1)

命令, 指挥

(2)

要求; 原则
He obeyed the dictates of his conscience.
它凭良心做事。

继承用法

dictatingly
adv.

习惯用语

be dictated to
被任意指挥

follow the dictates of
听从...的命令[支配]

dictate to
口述, 使听写

用法词典

dictate
来自拉丁语 dictare
英文相关词典

dictate
advise    charge    demand    direct    instruct    order    recommend    rule    suggest    obey    submit    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

dictate
默写

美国传统词典

dictate
dic.tate
AHD:[d1k“t3t”, d1k-t3t“]
D.J.[6dik7teit, dik6teit]
K.K.[6d!k7tet, d!k6tet]
v.
dic.tat.ed, dic.tat.ing, dic.tates
v.tr.

(1)

To say or read aloud to be recorded or written by another:
dictate a letter.

(2)

To prescribe with authority; impose:
dictated the rules of the game.

(3)

To control or command:
“Foreign leaders were . . . dictated by their own circumstances, bound by the universal imperatives of politics”(Doris Kearns Goodwin)
v.intr.

(1)

To say or read aloud material to be recorded or written by another:
dictated for an hour before leaving for the day.

(2)

To issue orders or commands.
n.
AHD:[d1k“t3t”]

(1)

A directive; a command.

(2)

A guiding principle:
followed the dictates of my conscience.

语源
Latin dict3e dict3t- [frequentative of] docere [to say] * see deik-

参考词汇

(1)

dictate, decree, impose, ordain, prescribe

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to set forth expressly and authoritatively”:
victors dictating the terms of surrender;
confiscation of alien property decreed by the legislature;
impose obedience;
a separation seemingly ordained by fate;
taxes prescribed by law.

英汉船舶大词典

dictate
n.口述

英汉法学大词典

dictate
v.口授

英汉航空大词典

dictate
n.口述,使听写

英汉化学大词典

dictate
vt.口授,命令,规定;n.命令,指令,支配

英汉计算机大词典

dictate
vt.口授(命令,规定);n.命令(指令,支配)

英汉水利大词典

dictate
n.口授,指挥,支配

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