简明英汉词典

equanimity
[7i:kwE5nimiti, 7ekwE-]
n.
镇定

美国传统词典[双解]

equanimity
e.qua.nim.i.ty
AHD:[?”kw…-n1m“1-t?, μk”w…-]
D.J.[7i8kw*6nimiti8, 7ekw*-]
K.K.[7ikw*6n!m!ti, 7Wkw*-]
n.(名词)
The quality of being calm and even-tempered; composure.
镇静:能保持平静温和脾气的特性;镇静

语源

(1)

Latin aequanimit3s
拉丁语 aequanimit3s

(2)

from aequanimus [even-tempered, impartial]
源自 aequanimus [脾气平和的,不偏激的]

(3)

aequus [even]
aequus [相等]

(4)

animus [mind] * see an-
animus [思想] *参见 an-

参考词汇

(1)

equanimitycomposuresang-froidserenity

(2)

These nouns denote the state of a person who is calm and not easily agitated emotionally.
这些名词指一个人处在平静且不易感情冲动的状态。

(3)

Equanimity implies mental balance and evenness of temperament, often as a characteristic state:
Equanimity 暗示着精神上的平衡和性情上的平稳,经常指一种性格:
“And the third [personal ideal] has been to cultivate such a measure of equanimity as would enable me to bear success with humility, the affection of my friends without pride” (William Osler).
“第三个 是打算培养出这样一种镇静以致使我能以谦逊来对待成功, 不以朋友的爱戴而骄傲” (威廉·奥斯勒)。

(4)

Composure is calmness that suggests the exercise of self-control:
Composure 是一种暗示着自我控制训练的冷静:
She maintained her composure, though with difficulty, throughout the trial.
尽管十分困难,她在这场磨难中还是保持冷静。

(5)

Sang-froid is coolness, especially in trying circumstances:
Sang-froid 尤指在尴尬的境况中保持平静:
“Let what will be said or done, preserve your sang-froid immovably” (Thomas Jefferson).
“让所有将说或将做的事能使你的平静坚定不移” (托马斯·杰斐逊)。

(6)

Serenity is tranquil composure that suggests imperviousness to agitation or turmoil:
Serenity 指一种平静的沉着,暗示不受鼓动或喧嚷的影响:
“He was always a cool man; nothing could disturb his serenity” (Mark Twain).
他永远是个冷静的人;没有什么事可以打扰他的平静” (马克·吐温)

现代英汉词典

equanimity
[i:kwE5nImItI]
n.
沉着;镇定

现代英汉综合大辞典

equanimity
[7i:kwE5nimiti, 7ekwE-]
n.
平静, 沉着, 镇定

习惯用语

with equanimity
沉着, 泰然; 安之若素

美国传统词典

equanimity
e.qua.nim.i.ty
AHD:[?”kw…-n1m“1-t?, μk”w…-]
D.J.[7i8kw*6nimiti8, 7ekw*-]
K.K.[7ikw*6n!m!ti, 7Wkw*-]
n.
The quality of being calm and even-tempered; composure.

语源

(1)

Latin aequanimit3s

(2)

from aequanimus [even-tempered, impartial]

(3)

aequus [even]

(4)

animus [mind] * see an-

参考词汇

(1)

equanimity, composure, sang-froid, serenity

(2)

These nouns denote the state of a person who is calm and not easily agitated emotionally.

(3)

Equanimity implies mental balance and evenness of temperament, often as a characteristic state:
“And the third [personal ideal] has been to cultivate such a measure of equanimity as would enable me to bear success with humility, the affection of my friends without pride” (William Osler).

(4)

Composure is calmness that suggests the exercise of self-control:
She maintained her composure, though with difficulty, throughout the trial.

(5)

Sang-froid is coolness, especially in trying circumstances:
“Let what will be said or done, preserve your sang-froid immovably” (Thomas Jefferson).

(6)

Serenity is tranquil composure that suggests imperviousness to agitation or turmoil:
“He was always a cool man; nothing could disturb his serenity” (Mark Twain).

英汉化学大词典

equanimity
n.平静,沉着,镇定

英汉经贸大词典

equanimity
n.平静,沉着,镇定

英汉计算机大词典

equanimity
n.平静(沉着,镇定)

英汉能源大词典

equanimity
n.镇定

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