简明英汉词典

erudite
[5eru:dait]
adj.
博学的

美国传统词典[双解]

erudite
er.u.dite
AHD:[μr“y…-dot”, μr“…-]
D.J.[6erj*7dait, 6er*-]
K.K.[6Wrj*7da!t, 6Wr*-]
adj.(形容词)
Characterized by erudition; learned.See Synonyms at learned
博学的:具有博学的特征;有学问的参见 learned

语源

(1)

Middle English erudit
中古英语 erudit

(2)

from Latin ?otus} [past participle of] ?rudore [to instruct]
源自 拉丁语 ?otus} [] ?rudore的过去分词 [教导] ?- [ex-] ?- [表示“不无”]

(3)

rudis [rough, untaught] * see rude
rudis [粗鲁的,没受教育的] *参见 rude

继承用法

eruditely
adv.(副词)

eruditeness
n.(名词)

注释
One might like to be erudite but hesitate to be rude. This preference is supported by the etymological relationship between erudite and rude. Erudite comes from the Latin adjective ?otus,} “well-instructed, learned,” from the past participle of the verb ?ore,} “to educate, train.” The verb is in turn formed from the prefix ex-, “out, out of,” and the adjective rudis, “untaught, untrained,” the source of our word rude. The English word erudite is first recorded in a work possibly written before 1425 with the senses “instructed, learned.” Erudite meaning “learned” is supposed to have become rare except in sarcastic use, at least during the latter part of the 19th century, but the word now seems to have been restored to favor.
一个人想成为erudite (博学的), 但却犹豫会成为rude (粗鲁的)。 这个优先选择可以由erudite 和 rede这两个词在语源学上的关系得出。 Erudite 源于拉丁语的形容词eruditus ,指“受过良好教育的、博学的,” 来源于动词erudire 的过去分词,指“教育、训练”。 这个动词反过来由前缀ex- ,(表示“出、离开”)和形容词 rudis 意为“没受教育的,没受训练的”组成,它又是现代词 rude 的来源。 英语单词erudite 最早记录于大约写在1425年以前的一本著作中, 那时意思是“受教育的、博学的”。至少在19世纪后半期,Erudite 意思为“博学的”,除了讽刺的用法外已经很少被人所用, 但是现在这个单词好象又逐渐被人们使用起来

现代英汉词典

erudite
[5eru:daIt]
adj.
博学的

现代英汉综合大辞典

erudite
[5eru:dait]
adj.
博学的, 有学问的

词性变化

erudite
[5eru:dait]
n.
博学之士, 有学问的人

继承用法

eruditely
adv.

eruditeness
n.

参考词汇
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美国传统词典

erudite
er.u.dite
AHD:[μr“y…-dot”, μr“…-]
D.J.[6erj*7dait, 6er*-]
K.K.[6Wrj*7da!t, 6Wr*-]
adj.
Characterized by erudition; learned.See Synonyms at learned

语源

(1)

Middle English erudit

(2)

from Latin ?otus} [past participle of] ?rudore [to instruct] ?- [ex-]

(3)

rudis [rough, untaught] * see rude

继承用法

eruditely
adv.

eruditeness
n.

注释
One might like to be erudite but hesitate to be rude. This preference is supported by the etymological relationship between erudite and rude. Erudite comes from the Latin adjective ?otus,} “well-instructed, learned,” from the past participle of the verb ?ore,} “to educate, train.” The verb is in turn formed from the prefix ex-, “out, out of,” and the adjective rudis, “untaught, untrained,” the source of our word rude. The English word erudite is first recorded in a work possibly written before 1425 with the senses “instructed, learned.” Erudite meaning “learned” is supposed to have become rare except in sarcastic use, at least during the latter part of the 19th century, but the word now seems to have been restored to favor.

英汉化学大词典

erudite
adj.博学的人,有学问的人;n.博学的人,有学问的人

英汉计算机大词典

erudite
adj.博学的人(有学问的人);n.博学的人(有学问的人)

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