简明英汉词典

freedom
[5fri:dEm]
n.
自由, 自主, 直率, 特权

美国传统词典[双解]

freedom
free.dom
AHD:[fr?“d…m]
D.J.[6fri8d*m]
K.K.[6frid*m]
n.(名词)

(1)

The condition of being free of restraints.
自由,自在:不被限制的状态

(2)

Liberty of the person from slavery, detention, or oppression.
自立:摆脱了被奴役、扣押或压迫的人的自由

(3)

Political independence.
独立自主:政治上的独立

(4)

Possession of civil rights; immunity from the arbitrary exercise of authority.
公民权的享有:公民权利的享有;免除掌权之人恣意使用权力

(5)

Exemption from an unpleasant or onerous condition:
摆脱,免除:避免了不愉快或麻烦的状况:
freedom from want.
摆脱了贫困

(6)

The capacity to exercise choice; free will:
进行选择的能力;自由选择:
We have the freedom to do as we please all afternoon.
整个下午我们都做自己喜欢做的事情

(7)

Ease or facility of movement:
行动自如:轻松并熟练的动作:
loose sports clothing, giving the wearer freedom.
宽松的运动衣使穿戴者行动自如

(8)

Frankness or boldness; lack of modesty or reserve:
不含蓄,随便:坦率或鲁莽;缺乏谦虚和含蓄:
the new freedom in movies and novels.
电影和小说中新的直接表现法

(9)

The right to unrestricted use; full access:
自由使用权:不限制的使用;充分权利:
was given the freedom of their research facilities.
被给予随意使用他们的研究设备的权利

(10)

The right of enjoying all of the privileges of membership or citizenship:
特权:享有所有会员或公民的特权的权利:
the freedom of the city.
市民权

语源

(1)

Middle English fredom
中古英语 fredom

(2)

from Old English fr??m}
源自 古英语 fr??m}

(3)

fr?o [free] * see free
fr?o [自由的] *参见 free

(4)

-d?m [-dom]
-d?m [-dom后缀]

参考词汇

(1)

freedomlibertylicense

(2)

These nouns refer to the power to act, speak, or think without externally imposed restraints.
这些名词都指不受外界强加的限制的行动、言论或思考的权利。

(3)

Freedom is the most general term:
Freedom 是最常用的词条;
“In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free” (Abraham Lincoln).
“给奴隶自由之后,我们保证所有自由人的自由” (亚伯拉罕·林肯)。
“The freedom of the press is one of the great bulwarks of liberty” (George Mason).
“出版自由是自由最有力的保障之一” (乔治·梅森)。

(4)

Liberty is often used interchangeably with freedom; often, however, it especially stresses the power of free choice:
Liberty 常和freedom 交替使用; 但它常常特别强调自由选择的权利:
liberty of opinion;
思想自由;
liberty of worship;
信仰自由;
at liberty to choose whatever occupation she wishes;
自由地选择她希望的任何职业;
“liberty, perfect liberty, to think, feel, do just as one pleases” (William Hazlitt).
“去想、去感觉、去做自己感兴趣的任何事的自由,完全的自由” (威廉·黑兹利特)。

(5)

License sometimes denotes deliberate deviation from normally applicable rules or practices to achieve a desired effect, as in literature or art:
License 总意味着(如在文学或艺术上)为达到理想的效果而故意偏离通常适当的准则或惯例:
poetic license. Frequently, though, it denotes undue freedom:
诗歌的过度自由。 然而通常意味着不适当的自由:
“the intolerable license with which the newspapers break . . . the rules of decorum” (Edmund Burke).
“被报纸利用来破坏文学准则的令人难忍受的破格” (爱德蒙·伯克)

现代英汉词典

freedom
[5fri:dEm]
n.

(1)

自由
The children enjoyed the freedom of the school holidays.
孩子们喜欢学校放假时的无拘无束。
During the school holidays the children enjoyed their freedom.
假期里孩子们过得自由自在。

(2)

(与of连用)自由权;特权
We give a guest the freedom of our house.
我们让客人自由使用我们的住宅。

(3)

(与form连用)解脱;免除
freedom from taxation
免税

现代英汉综合大辞典

freedom
[5fri:dEm]
n.

(1)

自由; 自主; 自由身分

(2)

(行动、使用等的)自由权

(3)

直率, 坦率

(4)

放肆; 过度亲密

(5)

【物】自由度

(6)

免除; 解脱(from)

(7)

(城市、公司等的)特权; 特许

(8)

(动作等的)优美; (生活的)优游闲适
necessity and freedom
【哲】必然与自由
the Four Freedoms
(1941 美国总统罗斯福提出的“言论自由、信仰自由、免于匮乏、免于恐惧 ”等)四大自由
freedom of assembly
集会自由
freedom of conscience
信仰自由
freedom of the air
【军】空战主动权
freedom of the city
(赠与外宾的)荣誉市民权
freedom of the seas
商船在公海上的自由航行权; [国际法]战时中立国船只的自由航海权
freedom from taxation
免税

继承用法

Freedom Rider
n.
[亦作 freedom rider][美]参加自由乘车运动的黑人[白人]; 自由乘车运动者(反对种族歧视运动内容之一)

freedom-fighter
n.
争取自由的战士

习惯用语

take freedoms with
对某人放肆

take freedoms with sb.
对某人放肆

use freedoms with
对某人放肆

use freedoms with sb.
对某人放肆

with freedom
自由地; 随便地, 无拘束地

特殊用法

body freedom
物体自由度

complete personal freedom
完全的人身自由制度

economic freedom
经济自由

exchange freedom
外汇自由兑换

gimbal freedom
【工】常平架自由度

freedom of choice
自由选择

freedom of commerce
通商自由

freedom of communication
交通自由

freedom of contract
订约自由

freedom of entry
参加市场自由

freedom of motion
自由度

freedom of movement
活动自由

freedom of the high sea
公海自由

参考词汇
freedom     liberty    
都含“自由”的意思。

(1)

freedom 系常用词, 指“没有强制、压迫且能充分按自己意志行事”, 强调“个人的自由”, 如:
We have freedom of speech .
我们有言论自由。

(2)

liberty 在谈到民族,国家争取或获得自由时,可与 freedom 互换, 但它着重“从过去所受的压制或束缚中解放出来”, 强调“集体的自由”, 如:
The majority of the people in the world have regained their liberty.
世界上大多数人已重获自由。
repression     constraint    

用法词典

freedom
free自由 + -dom名词后缀

英文相关词典

freedom
constrain    repression    

[七国语言]英汉物理大词典

freedom
自由

美国传统词典

freedom
free.dom
AHD:[fr?“d…m]
D.J.[6fri8d*m]
K.K.[6frid*m]
n.

(1)

The condition of being free of restraints.

(2)

Liberty of the person from slavery, detention, or oppression.

(3)

Political independence.

(4)

Possession of civil rights; immunity from the arbitrary exercise of authority.

(5)

Exemption from an unpleasant or onerous condition:
freedom from want.

(6)

The capacity to exercise choice; free will:
We have the freedom to do as we please all afternoon.

(7)

Ease or facility of movement:
loose sports clothing, giving the wearer freedom.

(8)

Frankness or boldness; lack of modesty or reserve:
the new freedom in movies and novels.

(9)

The right to unrestricted use; full access:
was given the freedom of their research facilities.

(10)

The right of enjoying all of the privileges of membership or citizenship:
the freedom of the city.

语源

(1)

Middle English fredom

(2)

from Old English fr??m}

(3)

fr?o [free] * see free

(4)

-d?m [-dom]

参考词汇

(1)

freedom, liberty, license

(2)

These nouns refer to the power to act, speak, or think without externally imposed restraints.

(3)

Freedom is the most general term:
“In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free” (Abraham Lincoln).
“The freedom of the press is one of the great bulwarks of liberty” (George Mason).

(4)

Liberty is often used interchangeably with freedom; often, however, it especially stresses the power of free choice:
liberty of opinion;
liberty of worship;
at liberty to choose whatever occupation she wishes;
“liberty, perfect liberty, to think, feel, do just as one pleases” (William Hazlitt).

(5)

License sometimes denotes deliberate deviation from normally applicable rules or practices to achieve a desired effect, as in literature or art:
poetic license. Frequently, though, it denotes undue freedom:
“the intolerable license with which the newspapers break . . . the rules of decorum” (Edmund Burke).

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freedom
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