简明英汉词典

fanatic
[fE5nAtik]
n.
狂热者, 盲信者, 入迷者
adj.
狂热的, 盲信的

美国传统词典[双解]

fanatic
fa.nat.ic
AHD:[f…-n2t“1k]
D.J.[f*6n#tik]
K.K.[f*6n#t!k]
n.(名词)
A person marked or motivated by an extreme, unreasoning enthusiasm, as for a cause.
极端的狂热者:表现为过分的、不合理的热情者,或有此动机的人,如为某一目标
adj.(形容词)
Fanatical.
着魔的

语源

(1)

Latin f33ticus} [inspired by orgiastic rites, pertaining to a temple]
拉丁语 f33ticus} [被狂热支配的,属于神殿的]

(2)

from f3m [temple] * see dh?s-
源自 f3m [庙] *参见 dh?s-

参考词汇

(1)

fanaticzealotenthusiast

(2)

These nouns denote persons who are ardently and usually excessively devoted to a particular cause, subject, or activity.
这些名词都表示对某事或活动表现出着迷或疯狂的人。

(3)

Fanatic implies the pursuit of a given interest to inordinate and even irrational lengths, often to the exclusion of all other interests:
Fanatic 指倾注过分兴趣甚至缺乏理智的追求,且通常排除其它的兴趣:
“A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject” (Winston S. Churchill). A zealot is immoderately devoted to a cause or goal and seeks to advance it with passionate fervor:
“一个专心致志的人不会改变决心,也不会改变自己的追求” (温斯顿S·丘吉尔)。Zealot 指对事业或目标有献身精神的人,为促进事业而积极活动的人:
“those furious zealots who blow the bellows of faction until the whole furnace of politics is red-hot” (Washington Irving).
“那狂热分子散播小派别的嚣张气焰直至整个政治白热化” (华盛顿·欧文)。

(4)

Enthusiast can denote a religious zealot holding visionary opinions:
Enthusiast 强调对宗教的狂热并持幻想态度:
“It is unfortunate, considering that enthusiasm moves the world, that so few enthusiasts can be trusted to speak the truth” (A.J. Balfour). More commonly, however, it merely implies strong interest in something, such as a hobby, and lacks the unfavorable connotations of the other terms:
“不幸的是,宗教狂热驱动着世界,几乎没有哪一个狂热分子会坚持真理” (A.J鲍尔弗)。然而更为普通的,它仅指对某事有强烈兴趣的人,比如某一爱好,不像其它词那样具有不好的含义:
a hockey enthusiast.
曲棍球热衷者

现代英汉词典

fanatic
[fE5nAtIk]
adj.
狂热的;盲信的 (亦作: fanatical)
"My friend, Crawley, has always been a fanatical opponent of Mr Lane's Radical Progressive Party."
我的朋友克劳莱一向是莱恩先生激进党的狂热反对者。

现代英汉综合大辞典

fanatic
[fE5nAtik]
n.
狂热宗教徒, 盲信者

词性变化

fanatic
[fE5nAtik]
adj.
盲信的, 狂热的, 入迷的
fanatic enthusiasm
狂热

继承用法

fanaticalness
n.

美国传统词典

fanatic
fa.nat.ic
AHD:[f…-n2t“1k]
D.J.[f*6n#tik]
K.K.[f*6n#t!k]
n.
A person marked or motivated by an extreme, unreasoning enthusiasm, as for a cause.
adj.
Fanatical.

语源

(1)

Latin f33ticus} [inspired by orgiastic rites, pertaining to a temple]

(2)

from f3m [temple] * see dh?s-

参考词汇

(1)

fanatic, zealot, enthusiast

(2)

These nouns denote persons who are ardently and usually excessively devoted to a particular cause, subject, or activity.

(3)

Fanatic implies the pursuit of a given interest to inordinate and even irrational lengths, often to the exclusion of all other interests:
“A fanatic is one who can't change his mind and won't change the subject” (Winston S. Churchill). A zealot is immoderately devoted to a cause or goal and seeks to advance it with passionate fervor:
“those furious zealots who blow the bellows of faction until the whole furnace of politics is red-hot” (Washington Irving).

(4)

Enthusiast can denote a religious zealot holding visionary opinions:
“It is unfortunate, considering that enthusiasm moves the world, that so few enthusiasts can be trusted to speak the truth” (A.J. Balfour). More commonly, however, it merely implies strong interest in something, such as a hobby, and lacks the unfavorable connotations of the other terms:
a hockey enthusiast.

英汉化学大词典

fanatic
adj.狂热的,盲目热中的

英汉计算机大词典

fanatic
adj.狂热的(盲目热中的)

英汉心理学大词典

fanatic
沉迷者

英汉医学大词典

fanatic
n.狂热者,盲信者

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