简明英汉词典

flesh
[fleF]
n.
肉, (供食用的)兽肉, 肉体, 肉欲, 果肉, 蔬菜的嫩部, 亲属, 人体
vt.
以肉喂(猎犬等), 使肥, 赋以血肉
vi.
长胖

美国传统词典[双解]

flesh
flesh
AHD:[flμsh]
D.J.[fle.]
K.K.[flW.]
n.(名词)

(1)

The soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate, covering the bones and consisting mainly of skeletal muscle and fat.
肌肉组织:脊椎动物身体主要由骨骼肌和脂肪构成的软组织,覆在骨骼上

(2)

The surface or skin of the human body.
人体的皮肤:人体的表面或皮肤

(3)

The meat of animals as distinguished from the edible tissue of fish or fowl.
肌肉:区别于鱼或禽类的兽类动物的可食用的组织

(4)

Botany The pulpy, usually edible part of a fruit or vegetable.
【植物学】 果肉:水果或蔬菜的果肉质的、通常为可食用的部分

(5)

Excess fatty tissue; plumpness.
丰满:多余的脂肪组织;肥胖

(6)

The body as opposed to the mind or soul.
肉体:与精神或灵魂相对的身体

(7)

The physical or carnal nature of humankind.
情欲:人类物质或肉体的属性

(8)

Sensual appetites.
性欲

(9)

Humankind in general; humanity.
人类:人类的统称;人性

(10)

One's family; kin.
家人:某人的家人;亲属

(11)

Substance; reality:
物质;现实:
“The maritime strategy has an all but unstoppable institutional momentum behind it . . . that has given force and flesh to the theory”(Jack Beatty)
“海上战略学背后有一股几乎是不可遏制的习惯力量…这股力量给予了这种学说力度和物质后盾”(杰克·贝蒂)
v.(动词)
fleshedflesh.ingflesh.es
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To give substance or detail to; fill out:
赋予实质:给予内容或细节;填写:
fleshed out the novel with a subplot.
辅以次要情节使小说更充实

(2)

To clean (a hide) of adhering flesh.
剥除:把(皮)从其附着的肉上剥除

(3)

To encourage (a falcon, for example) to participate in the chase by feeding it flesh from a kill.
喂食猎肉以刺激:用猎物的肉喂(如猎鹰)以促使其参与追猎

(4)

To inure to battle or bloodshed.
使习于作战:使适应于搏斗或杀戮

(5)

To plunge or thrust (a weapon) into flesh.
把(武器)插入或刺入肉体
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To become plump or fleshy; gain weight.
变胖:变肥或变胖;增加体重

习惯用语

in the flesh

(1)

Alive.
活着的

(2)

In person; present.
亲自;到场

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English fl?c
源自 古英语 fl?c

继承用法

fleshless
adj.(形容词)

现代英汉词典

flesh
[fleF]
n.

(1)

肉,肌肉
The knife cut the flesh of his arm.
小刀把他胳膊上的肉割破了。

(2)

食用肉

(3)

果肉;蔬菜的鲜嫩部分

(4)

肉体
The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.
心有余而力不足。

习惯用语

flesh and blood
血肉,肉体;亲属,亲骨肉
I must help my brother and sister because they're my own flesh and blood.
"我必须帮助我的弟弟和妹妹,因为他们是我的亲骨肉。"
The character of the captain was not so well fleshed out as the others in the play.
船长这个角色不如剧中其他角色那么有血有肉。

go the way of all flesh
逝世

one's pound of flesh
致命的债务

in the flesh
本人;亲身

现代英汉综合大辞典

flesh
[fleF]
n.

(1)

肉; 肌肉

(2)

兽肉, 食肉(与鱼、禽的肉相区别而言)

(3)

肉体; 肌肤

(4)

肉欲, 情欲; 人性

(5)

肉色

(6)

亲骨肉; 亲属(主要用于短语中)

(7)

果肉

(8)

人类; 众生, 一切生物

(9)

皮革的里面
go the way of all flesh
逝世, 死亡

词性变化

flesh
vt.

(1)

以肉喂(猎犬等)

(2)

以捕获猎物的肉喂(鹰、犬等); 使勇于捕猎

(3)

赋予...以血肉; 赋于以...真实感

(4)

把(刀剑等)刺入肉体; 用(笔等)伤人; 激起(怒气); 惹起(流血等)

(5)

使长肉, 使发胖

(6)

(制革时)刮掉(皮上的)肉

(7)

[古]使满足
They fleshed out the president's plan with statistics and procedural details.
他们用统计数字和程序细节使总统的计划有血有肉。
The dog fleshed his fangs in the deer's leg.
狗用尖牙咬住了鹿腿。

flesh
vi.
[口]长肉, 发胖The steer is fleshing out well. 那个牛犊膘长得好。

继承用法

flesh-and-blood
adj.
血肉般的; 逼真的

fleshburn
n.
(原子弹等的)闪光灼伤

flesh-colo(u)red
adj.
肉色的

flesh-eater
n.
食肉者, 食肉动物

flesh-eating
[`fleF9i:tIN]
adj.
(=flesh-feeding)食肉的

flesh-free
adj.
无肉的, 不带肉的(指骨头、生皮)

fleshpot
n.
肉锅; [pl. ]奢侈的生活; 寻欢作乐的场所

flesh-tints
n.
肉色; 画人体(画)的功夫和才能

flesher
[`fleFE(r)]
n.
皮革的刮肉人, 去肉的工具; 肉店, 屠户, 屠刀

fleshless
[`fleFlIs]
adj.
瘦弱的, 憔悴的; 无肉体的, 非物质的

习惯用语

after the flesh
世俗地; 粗鄙地; 按照外貌

all flesh
众生; 人类; 一切生物

be made one flesh(=become one flesh)
结为夫妇; 形成一体

black flesh
可供买卖的黑人奴隶(总称)

black stock
可供买卖的黑人奴隶(总称)

eat one's own flesh
好吃懒做

free of one's flesh
打仗奋不顾身

gain flesh
长肉, 发胖

put on flesh
长肉, 发胖

grow in flesh
发胖

in flesh
肥胖的

in the flesh
活生生的; 以肉体形式; 亲自; 本人

lose flesh
变瘦; 消瘦

make flesh
长肉, 发胖

make sb.'s flesh creep
使人战栗, 使人毛骨悚然

one's (own)pick up flesh
病愈发胖

proud flesh
(伤口愈合时肿胀起来的)浮肉

strange flesh

(1)

古怪的食物; 令人厌恶的食物

(2)

变态的情欲, 男色

flesh and blood

(1)

肉体; 血肉之躯

(2)

人类; 人性, 情欲

(3)

亲骨肉

(4)

有机[组成]部分

(5)

活生生的, 具体的

(6)

真实的, 现实的

flesh and fell
全身; 整个地, 全部地

flesh is heir to
人所难免[共有]的

flesh out

(1)

充实, 使有血有肉

(2)

(=flesh up)长胖

特殊用法

abdominal flesh
腹肉

bright flesh
净肉, 纯肉

caudal flesh
尾肉

composite flesh
(香肠用)调料肉馅

dorsal flesh
背肉

edible flesh
食用鱼肉

fine-grained flesh
细纤维组织的精肉

firm flesh
坚实的肉, 坚密的肉

goose flesh
鸡皮(漆病)

ground flesh
磨碎果肉

herring flesh
鲱鱼肉

level flesh
平肉(铲平兽皮近肉面)

muddy flesh
肉泥

pig flesh
猪肉

proud flesh
【医】赘肉, 浮肉

用法词典

flesh
来自古英语fl?sc;德语fleisch

英文相关词典

flesh
body    family    meat    skin    soul    spirit    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

flesh

[七国语言]英汉农业大词典

flesh
果肉;肉

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

flesh

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

flesh
果肉

美国传统词典

flesh
flesh
AHD:[flμsh]
D.J.[fle.]
K.K.[flW.]
n.

(1)

The soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate, covering the bones and consisting mainly of skeletal muscle and fat.

(2)

The surface or skin of the human body.

(3)

The meat of animals as distinguished from the edible tissue of fish or fowl.

(4)

Botany The pulpy, usually edible part of a fruit or vegetable.

(5)

Excess fatty tissue; plumpness.

(6)

The body as opposed to the mind or soul.

(7)

The physical or carnal nature of humankind.

(8)

Sensual appetites.

(9)

Humankind in general; humanity.

(10)

One's family; kin.

(11)

Substance; reality:
“The maritime strategy has an all but unstoppable institutional momentum behind it . . . that has given force and flesh to the theory”(Jack Beatty)
v.
fleshed, flesh.ing, flesh.es
v.tr.

(1)

To give substance or detail to; fill out:
fleshed out the novel with a subplot.

(2)

To clean (a hide) of adhering flesh.

(3)

To encourage (a falcon, for example) to participate in the chase by feeding it flesh from a kill.

(4)

To inure to battle or bloodshed.

(5)

To plunge or thrust (a weapon) into flesh.
v.intr.
To become plump or fleshy; gain weight.

习惯用语

in the flesh

(1)

Alive.

(2)

In person; present.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English fl?c

继承用法

fleshless
adj.

英汉纺织大词典

flesh
n.肉色

英汉化学大词典

flesh
n.果肉,肌肉,骨肉

英汉计算机大词典

flesh
n.果肉(肌肉,骨肉)

英汉农牧林大词典

flesh
n.畜内

英汉能源大词典

flesh
n.肉

英汉心理学大词典

flesh
人性

英汉医学大词典

flesh
n.肉

英汉中医大词典

flesh
n.肉,肉体,肌肤

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