简明英汉词典

distant
[5distEnt]
adj.
远的, 关系远的(亲戚), 疏远的, 间隔的, 冷漠的

美国传统词典[双解]

distant
dis.tant
AHD:[d1s“t…nt]
D.J.[6dist*nt]
K.K.[6d!st*nt]
adj.Abbr. dist., dis.(形容词)缩写 dist.dis.

(1)

Separate or apart in space.
远离的:在空间上分离或分开的

(2)

Far removed; remote:
远离的;远方的:
distant lands.
遥远的国度

(3)

Coming from or going to a distance:
从远处来的,往远处去的:
a distant sound; a distant telephone call.
远处传来的声音;长途电话

(4)

Far removed or apart in time:
遥远的:(时间)远隔的,久远的:
the distant past; distant events.
久远的过去;久远的往事

(5)

Far apart in relationship:
关系很远的,远方的:
a distant cousin.
远房堂兄弟

(6)

Minimally similar:
略同的:相似程度很小的:
a distant likeness.
长相略同

(7)

Far removed mentally:
精神有差距的:
distant thoughts.
思想有差距的

(8)

Aloof or chilly:
冷淡的,不友好的;疏远的:
a distant smile.
冷淡的微笑

语源

(1)

Middle English distaunt
中古英语 distaunt

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin dist3s distant- [present participle of] dist3re [to be remote]
源自 拉丁语 dist3s distant- [] dist3re的现在分词 [遥远的,远处的,远离的]

(4)

dis- [apart] * see dis-
dis- [分开,分离] *参见 dis-

(5)

st3e [to stand] * see st3-
st3e [站立,直立,起立] *参见 st3-

继承用法

distantly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

distantfarfar-offfarawayremoteremoved

(2)

These adjectives mean apart from others in space, time, or relationship.
这些形容词都表示在时间、空间或关系上的远离、远隔或分开。

(3)

Distant can indicate a specific separation (
Distant 可指具体的间隔(
a house a mile distant from town), or it can indicate an indefinite but sizable interval (
距市镇一英里的房屋), 或用来指不确定的但相当大的距离(
heard the sound of distant traffic).
听到远处汽车发出的声音)。

(4)

Far applies to what is a great distance off:
Far 用来指长距离的远离:
“We be come from a far country” (Joshua 9:6).
“我们来自一个遥远的国度” (约书亚9∶6)。
“He seems so near, and yet so far” (Tennyson).
“他看上去是这么近,却又是那么远” (丁尼生)。

(5)

Far-off and faraway imply an even greater distance than far:
Far-off 和faraway 表示比 far更大的距离:
troops landing on far-off shores;
上了远处海岸的部队;
faraway mountains and lakes.
远处的群山和湖泊。

(6)

Remote not only means faraway but suggests isolation from the speaker's locality or point in time:
Remote 不仅指远而且表示同时远离说话者所在的地点:
remote stars;
遥远的星星;
a remote outpost of civilization;
遥远的文明界线;
the remote past.
久远的过去。

(7)

Removed implies distinct separation between two entities in place, time, kind, or character:
Removed 表示两个实体在地点、时间、类别或特征上明显的分隔或远离:
a civilization ten centuries removed from modern times;
距现代10世纪之遥的文明;
a hideaway far removed from towns and cities.
远离城镇的僻静地方

现代英汉词典

distant
[5dIst(E)nt]
adj.

(1)

远隔的;遥远的;远的
The foreign visitors came from a distant country.
外国游客来自一个遥远的国度。

(2)

来自远方的;向远方去的
a distant journey
遥远的路程

(3)

疏远的;关系不近的
distant relations
远亲
Those two weak boys are distant relations.
那两个瘦弱的男孩是远房亲戚。

(4)

冷淡的;不亲近的
Instead of stopping to speak, she passed by with only a distant nod.
她没有停下来谈话,只是冷冷地点了一下头走了过去。

现代英汉综合大辞典

distant
[5distEnt]
adj.

(1)

遥远的; 远离的; 稀疏的

(2)

远族的; 远房的

(3)

交情不深的; 冷淡的; 疏远的

(4)

隐约的

(5)

分明的; 不连接的
a distant date
遥远的日期
a distant look
冷漠的表情
a distant view
远景

继承用法

distant-control
n.
遥控

distantfield
n.
(电磁)远场

distant-indication
n.
远距离显示

distant-indicator
n.
遥测指示器

distantsignal
n.
(铁道)预告信号机

distantly
adv.

distantness
n.

习惯用语

be distant towards sb.
对某人冷淡

参考词汇
far    

用法词典

distant
dis-远离+stare[=stand]站着

英文相关词典

distant
close    near    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

distant
远离的;远的

美国传统词典

distant
dis.tant
AHD:[d1s“t…nt]
D.J.[6dist*nt]
K.K.[6d!st*nt]
adj.Abbr. dist., dis.

(1)

Separate or apart in space.

(2)

Far removed; remote:
distant lands.

(3)

Coming from or going to a distance:
a distant sound; a distant telephone call.

(4)

Far removed or apart in time:
the distant past; distant events.

(5)

Far apart in relationship:
a distant cousin.

(6)

Minimally similar:
a distant likeness.

(7)

Far removed mentally:
distant thoughts.

(8)

Aloof or chilly:
a distant smile.

语源

(1)

Middle English distaunt

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin dist3s distant- [present participle of] dist3re [to be remote]

(4)

dis- [apart] * see dis-

(5)

st3e [to stand] * see st3-

继承用法

distantly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

distant, far, far-off, faraway, remote, removed

(2)

These adjectives mean apart from others in space, time, or relationship.

(3)

Distant can indicate a specific separation (
a house a mile distant from town), or it can indicate an indefinite but sizable interval (
heard the sound of distant traffic).

(4)

Far applies to what is a great distance off:
“We be come from a far country” (Joshua 9:6).
“He seems so near, and yet so far” (Tennyson).

(5)

Far-off and faraway imply an even greater distance than far:
troops landing on far-off shores;
faraway mountains and lakes.

(6)

Remote not only means faraway but suggests isolation from the speaker's locality or point in time:
remote stars;
a remote outpost of civilization;
the remote past.

(7)

Removed implies distinct separation between two entities in place, time, kind, or character:
a civilization ten centuries removed from modern times;
a hideaway far removed from towns and cities.

英汉船舶大词典

distant
n.远,远距;n.远距离

英汉航空大词典

distant
n.远的,远隔的

英汉化学大词典

distant
adj.远方的,遥远的,相隔的

英汉海运大词典

distant
远的远隔的,有距离的

基本词义

distant
远的,远距离的,远隔的

基本词义

distant
远的,远隔的,有距离的

基本词义

distant
远的,远距离的

基本词义

distant
远的,远距离的远隔的,有距离的

英汉计算机大词典

distant
adj.远方的(遥远的,相隔的

英汉机械大词典

distant
n.远的

英汉建筑大词典

distant
adj.遥远的,远隔的

英汉水利大词典

distant
n.远的,远距离的

英汉冶金大词典

distant
n.远的

英汉中医大词典

distant
n.远离的,远的

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