简明英汉词典

etiquette
[eti5ket, 5etiket]
n.
礼节

美国传统词典[双解]

etiquette
et.i.quette
AHD:[μt“1-kμt”, -k1t]
D.J.[6eti7ket, -kit]
K.K.[6Wt!7kWt, -k!t]
n.(名词)
The practices and forms prescribed by social convention or by authority.
礼节:由社会习俗或权威所规定的常规或惯例

语源

(1)

French
法语

(2)

from Old French estiquet [label] * see ticket
源自 古法语 estiquet [标签,标记] *参见 ticket

参考词汇

(1)

etiquetteproprietyprotocoldecorum

(2)

These nouns refer to codes governing correct behavior.
这些名词指的是支配正确行为方式的社会准则。

(3)

Etiquette and the plural form proprieties denote the forms of conduct prescribed in polite society:
Etiquette 和复数形式的proprieties 指的是文明社会中所规定的行为方式:
“Man is . . . a slave . . . to etiquette” (Frederick W. Robertson).
“人是礼节的奴隶” (弗来得雷克·W·罗伯森)。
Even when she was angry, she observed the proprieties.
甚至当她发怒的时候,都要遵从礼节。

(4)

Protocol refers to the official etiquette observed in affairs of state:
Protocol 指的是在国事活动中所遵从的官方礼仪:
The visiting prime minister, dispensing with protocol, exchanged informal reminiscences with her neighbor at the table. The word now often denotes simply a code of correct conduct:
来访的总理不拘礼节地与其邻座叙旧。 这个词现在常仅指关于正确行为的准则:
Graduation exercises had to be consistent with academic protocol.
毕业典礼必须符合学院礼仪。

(5)

Decorum and the singular form propriety denote conformity with established standards of manners or behavior:
Decorum 以及单数形式的properity 指的是与已有的举止或行为标准一致:
“One hour of life, crowded to the full with glorious action . . . is worth whole years of those mean observances of paltry decorum” (Sir Walter Scott).
“一小时充满辉煌行为的生活抵得上一整年去遵守琐碎礼仪的平庸生活” (瓦尔特·斯科特公爵)。
“He was afraid that, from some obscure motive of propriety . . . she would bring Janet with her” (Arnold Bennett).
“他担心,出于某种模糊的礼节方面的动机…她会带珍妮特和她一起来” (阿诺德·贝内特)

现代英汉词典

etiquette
[5etIket]
n.
礼仪,礼节

现代英汉综合大辞典

etiquette
[eti5ket, 5etiket]
n.

(1)

礼仪[节], 仪式

(2)

格式; 规矩; 成规
diplomatic etiquette
外交礼节
professional etiquette
同行间的礼仪, 行规
medical etiquette
医务界成规
a breach of etiquette
失礼行为
etiquette of game
比赛规矩

英文相关词典

etiquette
manners    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

etiquette
礼节

美国传统词典

etiquette
et.i.quette
AHD:[μt“1-kμt”, -k1t]
D.J.[6eti7ket, -kit]
K.K.[6Wt!7kWt, -k!t]
n.
The practices and forms prescribed by social convention or by authority.

语源

(1)

French

(2)

from Old French estiquet [label] * see ticket

参考词汇

(1)

etiquette, propriety, protocol, decorum

(2)

These nouns refer to codes governing correct behavior.

(3)

Etiquette and the plural form proprieties denote the forms of conduct prescribed in polite society:
“Man is . . . a slave . . . to etiquette” (Frederick W. Robertson).
Even when she was angry, she observed the proprieties.

(4)

Protocol refers to the official etiquette observed in affairs of state:
The visiting prime minister, dispensing with protocol, exchanged informal reminiscences with her neighbor at the table. The word now often denotes simply a code of correct conduct:
Graduation exercises had to be consistent with academic protocol.

(5)

Decorum and the singular form propriety denote conformity with established standards of manners or behavior:
“One hour of life, crowded to the full with glorious action . . . is worth whole years of those mean observances of paltry decorum” (Sir Walter Scott).
“He was afraid that, from some obscure motive of propriety . . . she would bring Janet with her” (Arnold Bennett).

英汉船舶大词典

etiquette
n.礼仪

英汉化学大词典

etiquette
n.礼仪,规矩

英汉计算机大词典

etiquette
n.礼仪(规矩)

英汉能源大词典

etiquette
n.礼仪,规矩

英汉心理学大词典

etiquette
礼节

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