简明英汉词典

estrange
[is5treindV]
v.
疏远

美国传统词典[双解]

estrange
es.trange
AHD:[1-str3nj“]
D.J.[i6streind9]
K.K.[!6strend9]
v.tr.(及物动词)
es.trangedes.trang.inges.trang.es

(1)

To make hostile, unsympathetic, or indifferent; alienate.
使疏远:使怀有敌意,使不友善或使疏远;离间

(2)

To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations.
使分离:使离开熟悉的环境或亲友等

语源

(1)

Middle English estraungen
中古英语 estraungen

(2)

from Old French estrangier
源自 古法语 estrangier

(3)

from Latin extr33re} [to treat as a stranger, disown]
源自 拉丁语 extr33re} [像对陌生人一样对待,否认与自己有关系]

(4)

from extr3s [foreign] * see strange
源自 extr3s [外国的,不相干的] *参见 strange

继承用法

estrangement
n.(名词)

estranger
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

estrangealienatedisaffect

(2)

These verbs refer to disruption of a bond of love, friendship, or loyalty. Estrange and alienate are often used with reference to two persons, such as a husband and wife, whose harmonious relationship has been replaced by hostility or indifference:
这些动词是指对爱情、友谊和忠实的背叛。Estrange 和 alienate 经常被用于两个人的时候, 例如丈夫与妻子的合谐、融洽关系已经被敌意和分歧替代:
Political disagreements led to quarrels that finally estranged the two friends.
政治上的不同观点使两个朋友争执,最后终于导致破裂;
His persistent antagonism caused his wife to be alienated from him.
固执的对立终于使得妻子疏远了他。

(3)

Disaffect usually implies discontent, ill will, and disloyalty within the membership of a group:
Disaffect 通常暗指一群成员的不满、恶意和不忠:
Colonists were disaffected by the autocratic actions of the royal governor.
殖民地居民对皇家总督的暴虐行为极为不满

现代英汉词典

estrange
[I5streIndV]
vt.
estranged, estranging
(常与from连用)使疏远
His behavior estranged him from his brother.
他的行为使他跟哥哥疏远了。
His dishonourable behaviour estranged him from his family.
他那不体面的行为使他跟全家人疏远了。

现代英汉综合大辞典

estrange
[is5treindV]
vt.

(1)

使疏远; 离间(from)

(2)

隔离; 远离; 使离开

(3)

转用, 移用; 转手
estrange sb. from his friends
使某人跟朋友们疏远
estrange oneself from sb.
跟某人疏远

继承用法

estranged
[I`streIndVd]
adj.

estrangement
n.

estranger
n.

美国传统词典

estrange
es.trange
AHD:[1-str3nj“]
D.J.[i6streind/]
K.K.[!6strend/]
v.tr.
es.tranged, es.trang.ing, es.trang.es

(1)

To make hostile, unsympathetic, or indifferent; alienate.

(2)

To remove from an accustomed place or set of associations.

语源

(1)

Middle English estraungen

(2)

from Old French estrangier

(3)

from Latin extr33re} [to treat as a stranger, disown]

(4)

from extr3s [foreign] * see strange

继承用法

estrangement
n.

estranger
n.

参考词汇

(1)

estrange, alienate, disaffect

(2)

These verbs refer to disruption of a bond of love, friendship, or loyalty. Estrange and alienate are often used with reference to two persons, such as a husband and wife, whose harmonious relationship has been replaced by hostility or indifference:
Political disagreements led to quarrels that finally estranged the two friends.
His persistent antagonism caused his wife to be alienated from him.

(3)

Disaffect usually implies discontent, ill will, and disloyalty within the membership of a group:
Colonists were disaffected by the autocratic actions of the royal governor.

英汉化学大词典

estrange
vt.疏远,隔离

英汉计算机大词典

estrange
vt.疏远(隔离)

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