简明英汉词典

fiction
[5fikFEn]
n.
虚构, 编造, 小说

美国传统词典[双解]

fiction
fic.tion
AHD:[f1k“sh…n]
D.J.[6fik.*n]
K.K.[6f!k.*n]
n.Abbr. fict.(名词)缩写 fict.

(1)

An imaginative creation or a pretense that does not represent actuality but has been invented.
捏造,想象:虚构的作品或托词,并不代表是真实的,而是被编造出来的

(2)

The act of inventing such a creation or pretense.
虚构,捏造:虚构作品或捏造借口的行为

(3)

A lie.
谎话

(4)

A literary work whose content is produced by the imagination and is not necessarily based on fact.
小说:其内容是想象出来的而不一定是以事实为基础的文学作品

(5)

The category of literature comprising works of this kind, including novels and short stories.
小说类:由这类文学作品,包括小说和短篇小故事

(6)

Law Something untrue that is intentionally represented as true by the narrator.
【法律】 假定:叙述者故意的把真实的说成不真实的事实

语源

(1)

Middle English ficcioun
中古英语 ficcioun

(2)

from Old French fiction
源自 古法语 fiction

(3)

from Latin ficti?} ficti?n-
源自 拉丁语 ficti?} ficti?n-

(4)

from fictus [past participle of] fingere [to form] * see dheigh-
源自 fictus [] fingere的过去分词 [形成] *参见 dheigh-

继承用法

fictional
adj.(形容词)

fictionality
AHD:[-sh…-n2l“1-t?] (名词)

fictionally
adv.(副词)

注释
“The latest fiction” to most people means the latest novels or stories rather than the most recently invented pretense or latest lie. All three senses of the word fiction point back to its source, Latin ficti?, “the action of shaping, a feigning, that which is feigned.” Ficti?} in turn was derived from fingere, “to make by shaping, feign, make up or invent a story or excuse.” Our first instance of fiction, recorded in a work composed around 1412, was used in the sense “invention of the mind, that which is imaginatively invented.” It is not a far step from this meaning to the sense “imaginative literature,” first recorded in 1599.
“最新的小说”对大多数人来说是指最新的小说或故事,而不是指最新捏造出的谎言。Fiction 这一词的所有的三个意思都追溯到拉丁语中的词源 fictio, ,“假装,伪造,做假的行为。” 反过来fictio 则起源于 fingere, “捏造一个故事或编一个借口”。 我们可以在一部写于1412年前后的作品中找到fiction 的第一个例子, 文中所用的意思是“头脑中的虚构,是充满想象的虚构的”。 这一意思已经和1599年首次记录的“虚构的文学作品”这层意思相去不远了

现代英汉词典

fiction
[5fIkF(E)n]
n.

(1)

虚构的文学作品;小说

(2)

编造;虚构;想象

现代英汉综合大辞典

fiction
[5fikFEn]
n.

(1)

虚构, 杜撰; 编造

(2)

编造的谎话

(3)

小说; 虚构的文学作品(包括小说、剧本等)

(4)

【律】假定, 拟定
science fiction
科学小说, 科学幻想故事
It is a legal fiction that a corporation is a person.
把团体法人当作一个人是一种法律上的假设。
Fact[Truth] is stranger than fiction.
[谚]事实比小说还离奇。

继承用法

fictioneer
[fikFE5ni(:)E]
n.
(尤指粗制滥造的)小说作家

fictionist
[`fIkFEnIst]
n.
小说家

用法词典

fiction
中古英语ficcioun<古法语fiction<拉丁语fictio做,造
英文相关词典

fiction
fable    fairy tale    fantasy    invention    legend    myth    untruth    fact    nonfiction    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

fiction
虚构

美国传统词典

fiction
fic.tion
AHD:[f1k“sh…n]
D.J.[6fik.*n]
K.K.[6f!k.*n]
n.Abbr. fict.

(1)

An imaginative creation or a pretense that does not represent actuality but has been invented.

(2)

The act of inventing such a creation or pretense.

(3)

A lie.

(4)

A literary work whose content is produced by the imagination and is not necessarily based on fact.

(5)

The category of literature comprising works of this kind, including novels and short stories.

(6)

Law Something untrue that is intentionally represented as true by the narrator.

语源

(1)

Middle English ficcioun

(2)

from Old French fiction

(3)

from Latin ficti?} ficti?n-

(4)

from fictus [past participle of] fingere [to form] * see dheigh-

继承用法

fictional
adj.

fictionality
AHD:[-sh…-n2l“1-t?] n.

fictionally
adv.

注释
“The latest fiction” to most people means the latest novels or stories rather than the most recently invented pretense or latest lie. All three senses of the word fiction point back to its source, Latin ficti?, “the action of shaping, a feigning, that which is feigned.” Ficti?} in turn was derived from fingere, “to make by shaping, feign, make up or invent a story or excuse.” Our first instance of fiction, recorded in a work composed around 1412, was used in the sense “invention of the mind, that which is imaginatively invented.” It is not a far step from this meaning to the sense “imaginative literature,” first recorded in 1599.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

fiction
假定

英汉电信大词典

fiction
n.假定

英汉法学大词典

fiction
n.假设 ,拟制,虚构的事实

英汉化学大词典

fiction
n.虚构的事物,假定,拟制

英汉计算机大词典

fiction
n.虚构的事物(假定,拟制

英汉心理学大词典

fiction
虚构

英汉医学大词典

fiction
n.虚构

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