简明英汉词典

fantastic
[fAn5tAstik]
adj.
幻想的, 奇异的, 稀奇古怪的, 荒谬的, 空想的

美国传统词典[双解]

fantastic
fan.tas.tic
AHD:[f2n-t2s“t1k] 也作 fan.tas.ti.cal [-t1-k…l]
D.J.[f#n6t#stik]也作 fan.tas.ti.cal [tik*l]
K.K.[f#n6t#st!k]也作 fan.tas.ti.cal [t!k*l]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Quaint or strange in form, conception, or appearance.
奇异怪诞的:在形式、概念或形象上显出奇异的或奇怪的

(2)

Unrestrainedly fanciful; extravagant:
幻想的:非分之想;虚幻的:
fantastic hopes.
异想天开

(3)

Bizarre, as in form or appearance; strange:
奇异的:古怪的,如在形式上或外表上;奇怪的:
fantastic attire; fantastic behavior.
怪诞的服装;古怪的举止

(4)

Based on or existing only in fantasy; unreal:
虚幻的:只在想象中存在的;不真实的:
fantastic ideas about her own superiority.
对自己怀有奇特的优越感

(5)

Wonderful or superb; remarkable:
美好的:极妙的或极好的;显著的:
a fantastic trip to Europe.
美好的欧洲之旅
n.(名词)
An eccentric person.
古怪的人

语源

(1)

Middle English fantastik [imagined]
中古英语 fantastik [想象的]

(2)

from Old French fantastique
源自 古法语 fantastique

(3)

from Late Latin phantasticus [imaginary]
源自 后期拉丁语 phantasticus [比喻]

(4)

from Greek phantastikos [able to create mental images]
源自 希腊语 phantastikos [创造力]

(5)

from phantazesthai [to appear] * see fantasy
源自 phantazesthai [出现] *参见 fantasy

继承用法

fantasticality
AHD:[-t1-k2l“1-t?] (名词)

fantastically
adv.(副词)

fantasticalness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

fantasticbizarregrotesquefancifulexotic

(2)

These adjectives apply to what is very strange or strikingly unusual.
这些形容词都含有非常奇怪或不平常的意思。

(3)

Fantastic in this comparison describes what seems to have slight relation to the real world because of its strangeness or extravagance:
Fantastic 相比较之下有因妄想而离现实较远的意思:
fantastic imaginary beasts such as the unicorn.
想象离奇的野兽,如独角兽。

(4)

Bizarre stresses oddness of character or appearance that is heightened by striking contrasts and incongruities and that shocks or fascinates:
Bizarre 强调通过强烈对比和不协调而突出的怪异东西:
a bizarre art nouveau fa?ade.
怪异的艺术建筑。

(5)

Grotesque refers principally to appearance or aspect in which deformity and distortion approach the point of caricature or even absurdity:
Grotesque 主要指外观或外表畸形或变形达到了讽刺甚至荒谬的地步:
rainspouts terminating in gargoyles and other grotesque creatures.
滴水嘴和其它怪物形状的排水口。

(6)

Fanciful applies to a character, nature, or design strongly influenced by imagination, caprice, or whimsy:
Fanciful 指人物、自然或图案受想象、幻想或奇想强烈影响:
a fanciful pattern with intertwined vines and flowers. Something exotic is unusual and intriguing in appearance or effect:
由缠结的葡萄藤和花构成的奇特图案。 Exotic 形容在外表或印象上不平常或吸引人的:
exotic birds.
珍奇的鸟。

现代英汉词典

fantastic
[fAn5tAstIk]
adj.

(1)

奇异的;古怪的
fantastic dream
怪诞的梦
fantastic story
怪诞的故事

(2)

很大的,大得难以置信的

(3)

极好的,极妙的

用法词典

fantastic
源自希腊语phantastique
英文相关词典

fantastic
incredible    odd    outrageous    strange    unreal    unusual    wild    

美国传统词典

fantastic
fan.tas.tic
AHD:[f2n-t2s“t1k] also fan.tas.ti.cal [-t1-k…l]
D.J.[f#n6t#stik]also fan.tas.ti.cal [tik*l]
K.K.[f#n6t#st!k]also fan.tas.ti.cal [t!k*l]
adj.

(1)

Quaint or strange in form, conception, or appearance.

(2)

Unrestrainedly fanciful; extravagant:
fantastic hopes.

(3)

Bizarre, as in form or appearance; strange:
fantastic attire; fantastic behavior.

(4)

Based on or existing only in fantasy; unreal:
fantastic ideas about her own superiority.

(5)

Wonderful or superb; remarkable:
a fantastic trip to Europe.
n.
An eccentric person.

语源

(1)

Middle English fantastik [imagined]

(2)

from Old French fantastique

(3)

from Late Latin phantasticus [imaginary]

(4)

from Greek phantastikos [able to create mental images]

(5)

from phantazesthai [to appear] * see fantasy

继承用法

fantasticality
AHD:[-t1-k2l“1-t?] n.

fantastically
adv.

fantasticalness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

fantastic, bizarre, grotesque, fanciful, exotic

(2)

These adjectives apply to what is very strange or strikingly unusual.

(3)

Fantastic in this comparison describes what seems to have slight relation to the real world because of its strangeness or extravagance:
fantastic imaginary beasts such as the unicorn.

(4)

Bizarre stresses oddness of character or appearance that is heightened by striking contrasts and incongruities and that shocks or fascinates:
a bizarre art nouveau fa?ade.

(5)

Grotesque refers principally to appearance or aspect in which deformity and distortion approach the point of caricature or even absurdity:
rainspouts terminating in gargoyles and other grotesque creatures.

(6)

Fanciful applies to a character, nature, or design strongly influenced by imagination, caprice, or whimsy:
a fanciful pattern with intertwined vines and flowers. Something exotic is unusual and intriguing in appearance or effect:
exotic birds.

英汉化学大词典

fantastic
adj.幻想的,奇异的

英汉计算机大词典

fantastic
adj.幻想的(奇异的)

英汉医学大词典

fantastic
n.幻想的

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