简明英汉词典

fellow
[5felEJ]
n.
人, 家伙, 伙伴, 学会特别会员, 朋友, 同事
adj.
同伴的, 同事的, 同道的

美国传统词典[双解]

fellow
fel.low
AHD:[fμl“?]
D.J.[6felou]
K.K.[6fWlo]
n.(名词)

(1)

A man or boy.
男人或小伙子

(2)

Informal A boyfriend.
【非正式用语】 男朋友

(3)

A comrade or an associate.
同事或伙伴

(4)

A person of equal rank, position, or background; a peer.
同辈:头衔、地位或背景相同的人;匹敌

(5)

One of a pair; a mate:
一对中的一个;配对物:
found the lost shoe and its fellow.
找到了丢失的鞋和它的另一只

(6)

Abbr. F, F.A member of a learned society.
缩写 FF.学术团体的成员

(7)

Abbr. F, F.A graduate student appointed to a position granting financial aid and providing for further study.
缩写 FF.研究员:任命某一职位并给予财政资助以供进一步学习研究的研究生

(8)

Abbr. F, F.Chiefly British
缩写 FF.【多用于英国】

(9)

An incorporated senior member of certain colleges and universities.
大学董事:某些学院或大学中的社团高级会员

(10)

A member of the governing body of certain colleges and universities.
校务委员会委员:某些学院或大学中管理机构的一员

(11)

Obsolete A person of a lower social class.
【废语】 社会地位低下的人
adj.(形容词)
Being of the same kind, group, occupation, society, or locality; having in common certain characteristics or interests:
同事的,同类的:属于同一类、同一组、同一职业、同一社团或同一地区的;有共同的特征或利益的:
fellow workers.
同事

语源

(1)

Middle English felau
中古英语 felau

(2)

from Old English f?a
源自 古英语 f?a

(3)

from Old Norse f?i [business partner, fellow]
源自 古斯堪的纳维亚语 f?i [商业合伙人,伙伴]

(4)

from f?g [partnership]
源自 f?g [合作关系]

(5)

f?} [property, money] * see peku-
f?} [所有物,财产] *参见 peku-

(6)

lag [a laying down] * see legh-
lag [储存] *参见 legh-

注释
A jolly good fellow might or might not be the ideal business associate, but the ancestor of our word fellow definitely referred to a business partner. Fellow, borrowed into English from Old Norse, is related to the Old Icelandic word f?, meaning “a partner or shareholder of any kind.” Old Icelandic f?i is derived from f?, “partnership,” a compound made up of f?, “livestock, property, money,” and lag, “a laying in order” and “fellowship.” The notion of putting one's property together lies behind the senses of f?i meaning “partner” and “consort.” In Old Icelandic f?i also had the general sense “fellow, mate, comrade,” which fellow has as well, indicating perhaps that most partnerships turned out all right for speakers of Old Icelandic.
极好的伙伴可能是但也可能不是理想的商业伙伴,但fellow 这个词的前身确实是指商业伙伴。 Fellow 从古挪威语中借入英语,与古冰岛词felagi 有关, 意思是“任何一种形式的伙伴或股东”。古冰岛的felagi 源于 felag, “伙伴关系,” 一个由fe “家畜,财产,钱,”和 lag, “整齐的布置”和“伙伴关系” 组成的合成词。 将某人的财产放在一起的概念隐藏在felagi 的意义中, 意思是“伙伴”和“同事”。在古冰岛语中felagi 也有概括的含义“伙伴,同事,同志”, 这些意思fellow 也有, 暗示着也许大多数同伴关系对讲古冰岛语的人来说结果都不错

现代英汉词典

fellow
[5felEJ]
n.

(1)

人;家伙
Who's that old fellow?
那个老家伙是谁?

(2)

成员;会员

(3)

特别会员

(4)

同伴;同事
We were schoolfellows.
我们曾经是同学。

现代英汉综合大辞典

fellow
[5felEJ]
n.
人, 家伙, 伙伴, 学会特别会员, 朋友, 同事
adj.
同伴的, 同事的, 同道的

用法词典

fellow
源自古英语feolaga, feoh“财产”;以后使用多了,成为“伙伴”、“同事”。在口语里,这个词用得很广,等于“人”或“我”

英文相关词典

fellow
associate    boy    chap    companion    comrade    counterpart    guy    lad    man    mate    partner    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

fellow
伙伴

美国传统词典

fellow
fel.low
AHD:[fμl“?]
D.J.[6felou]
K.K.[6fWlo]
n.

(1)

A man or boy.

(2)

Informal A boyfriend.

(3)

A comrade or an associate.

(4)

A person of equal rank, position, or background; a peer.

(5)

One of a pair; a mate:
found the lost shoe and its fellow.

(6)

Abbr. F, F.A member of a learned society.

(7)

Abbr. F, F.A graduate student appointed to a position granting financial aid and providing for further study.

(8)

Abbr. F, F.Chiefly British

(9)

An incorporated senior member of certain colleges and universities.

(10)

A member of the governing body of certain colleges and universities.

(11)

Obsolete A person of a lower social class.
adj.
Being of the same kind, group, occupation, society, or locality; having in common certain characteristics or interests:
fellow workers.

语源

(1)

Middle English felau

(2)

from Old English f?a

(3)

from Old Norse f?i [business partner, fellow]

(4)

from f?g [partnership]

(5)

f?} [property, money] * see peku-

(6)

lag [a laying down] * see legh-

注释
A jolly good fellow might or might not be the ideal business associate, but the ancestor of our word fellow definitely referred to a business partner. Fellow, borrowed into English from Old Norse, is related to the Old Icelandic word f?, meaning “a partner or shareholder of any kind.” Old Icelandic f?i is derived from f?, “partnership,” a compound made up of f?, “livestock, property, money,” and lag, “a laying in order” and “fellowship.” The notion of putting one's property together lies behind the senses of f?i meaning “partner” and “consort.” In Old Icelandic f?i also had the general sense “fellow, mate, comrade,” which fellow has as well, indicating perhaps that most partnerships turned out all right for speakers of Old Icelandic.

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英汉化学大词典

fellow
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英汉计算机大词典

fellow
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英汉机械大词典

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英汉建筑大词典

fellow
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英汉水利大词典

fellow
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英汉心理学大词典

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