简明英汉词典

glad
[^lAd]
adj.
高兴的, 乐意的, 感到高兴的

美国传统词典[双解]

glad
glad 1
AHD:[gl2d]
D.J.[gl#d]
K.K.[gl#d]
adj.(形容词)
glad.derglad.dest

(1)

Experiencing or exhibiting joy and pleasure.
高兴的,快乐的:经历或展示出快乐和高兴的

(2)

Appreciative:
感激的:
was glad of the fire's warmth.
非常感激火的温暖

(3)

Providing joy and pleasure:
提供快乐和高兴的:
a glad occasion.
令人高兴的场合

(4)

Very willing; pleased:
非常乐意的;非常满意的:
glad to help.
愿意效劳

(5)

Bright and cheerful:
充满光明和快乐的:
a glad May morning.
一个明媚喜人的五月的早晨

(6)

Archaic Having a naturally cheerful disposition.
【古语】 个性开朗的:有自然愉快的天性的
v.tr.intr.(及物动词和不及物动词)
glad.dedglad.dingglads【古语】
To gladden.
使高兴

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English gl?d * see ghel- 2
源自 古英语 gl?d *参见 ghel- 2

继承用法

gladly
adv.(副词)

gladness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

gladhappycheerfullightheartedjoyfuljoyous

(2)

These adjectives mean being in or showing good spirits.
这些形容词意指处于好的精神中或表现出好精神:

(3)

Glad often refers to the feeling that results from the gratification of a wish or from satisfaction with immediate circumstances:
Glad 经常指由于愿望的满足而产生的或是对直接的周围环境满意而产生的感觉:
is glad of her success;
为她的成功而高兴;
was glad he had seen her.
非常高兴他已经见到她了;
“Some folks rail against other folks, because other folks have what some folks would be glad of” (Henry Fielding).
“一些人抱怨另一些人,因为另一些人拥有他们为之高兴的事物“ (亨利·费尔丁)。

(4)

Happy applies to a pleasurable feeling of contentment, as from a sense of fulfillment:
Happy 适用因满足而产生的舒适感觉,如来自于愿望实现后的一种感觉:
“Ask yourself whether you are happy, and you cease to be so” (John Stuart Mill).
“问问你自己你是否快乐,然后你停止那样做” (约翰·斯图尔特·米尔)。

(5)

Cheerful suggests the good spirits characteristic of a person who is pleased with something or who has a naturally outgoing nature:
Cheerful 表现因某物而高兴的人或有性格开朗天性的人所具有的好的精神特征:
She was as cheerful as anyone confined to a hospital bed could be.
她和其他任何一个被限制在医院病床上的人一样快乐。

(6)

Lighthearted stresses the absence of care:
Lighthearted 强调缺少关心:
“He whistles as he goes, lighthearted wretch,/Cold and yet cheerful” (William Cowper).
“他边走边吹口哨,无忧无虑的小家伙/寒冷但仍然很高兴“ (威廉姆·考珀)。

(7)

Joyful and joyous suggest lively, often exultant happiness:
Joyful 和joyous 暗示生动的,经常是狂喜的高兴:
a joyful heart;
狂喜的心;
a joyful state of affairs;
事情的欢欣鼓舞的状态;
joyous laughter;
快乐的笑声;
joyous news.
令人高兴的新闻

基本词义

glad
glad 2
AHD:[gl2d]
D.J.[gl#d]
K.K.[gl#d]
n.Botany (名词)【植物学】
A gladiolus.
菖蒲,剑兰

现代英汉词典

glad
[^lAd]
adj.
-dd-

(1)

高兴的;欢乐的
I am glad to see you.
我很高兴见到你。

(2)

使人愉快的,令人高兴的
glad news
好消息

(3)

情愿的;乐意的
I'll be glad to help you.
我愿意帮你忙。
Glad to see you.; I am glad to see you.
见到你很高兴。

现代英汉综合大辞典

glad
[^lAd]
adj.

(1)

高兴的, 欢喜的

(2)

使人快乐的, 令人愉快的; (景色)灿烂美丽的
a glad spring morning
春光明媚的早 晨
glad looks
笑容
G-[I am glad] to see you.
看到你很高兴。
He brought us glad news.
他带给我们好消息。
I am glad of it.
那很好。
I feel very glad about it.
我对此事感到非常高兴。

继承用法

glad-hand
vt., vi.
欢迎, 招呼

gladhander
n.
欢迎者

gladly
adv.

gladness
n.

参考词汇
happy    

用法词典

glad
来自古英语glaed,德语的glatt平滑的

参考词汇

(1)

glad,happy,cheerful这三个形容词的一般含义是“高兴的”。

(2)

glad是礼貌待人中用来表示“高兴的”惯用词。在这个意义上,glad与happy很难说有多大差别。如:I was glad to receive your letter and I am equally happy to be writing back to you again.
I'glad to have seen you. 结识了你很高兴。
告别时时用语)
I"m so glad that you were able to come to this party.
你能设法抽空出席这个交际会,我很高兴。
He seemed to be very glad of your success.
他对你的成功显得很高兴。
This is the gladdest day of her life.
这是她一生中最愉快的一天。

(3)

但是happy的内涵是“满足”
We'll be very happy to accept your kind invitation.
能接到你友好的邀请信我们将非常高兴。
They are now leading a very happy life.
他们现在过着幸福的生活。
Happy New Year!
新年快乐!

(4)

cheerful表示比较强烈的快乐感情,而且这种感情的流露是自然的,或情不自禁的
This festival is a cheer ful occasion.
这个节日是个欢乐的时节。
Though they are running out of food and drink,the men are cheerful.
虽然他们的食物和饮料就要用完了,但是他们很高兴。

英文相关词典

glad
bright    charmed    cheerful    delighted    gay    happy    joyful    joyous    pleased    satisfied    sad    sorrowful    

美国传统词典

glad
glad 1
AHD:[gl2d]
D.J.[gl#d]
K.K.[gl#d]
adj.
glad.der, glad.dest

(1)

Experiencing or exhibiting joy and pleasure.

(2)

Appreciative:
was glad of the fire's warmth.

(3)

Providing joy and pleasure:
a glad occasion.

(4)

Very willing; pleased:
glad to help.

(5)

Bright and cheerful:
a glad May morning.

(6)

Archaic Having a naturally cheerful disposition.
v.tr.intr.
glad.ded, glad.ding, gladsArchaic
To gladden.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English gl?d * see ghel- 2

继承用法

gladly
adv.

gladness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

glad, happy, cheerful, lighthearted, joyful, joyous

(2)

These adjectives mean being in or showing good spirits.

(3)

Glad often refers to the feeling that results from the gratification of a wish or from satisfaction with immediate circumstances:
is glad of her success;
was glad he had seen her.
“Some folks rail against other folks, because other folks have what some folks would be glad of” (Henry Fielding).

(4)

Happy applies to a pleasurable feeling of contentment, as from a sense of fulfillment:
“Ask yourself whether you are happy, and you cease to be so” (John Stuart Mill).

(5)

Cheerful suggests the good spirits characteristic of a person who is pleased with something or who has a naturally outgoing nature:
She was as cheerful as anyone confined to a hospital bed could be.

(6)

Lighthearted stresses the absence of care:
“He whistles as he goes, lighthearted wretch,/Cold and yet cheerful” (William Cowper).

(7)

Joyful and joyous suggest lively, often exultant happiness:
a joyful heart;
a joyful state of affairs;
joyous laughter;
joyous news.

基本词义

glad
glad 2
AHD:[gl2d]
D.J.[gl#d]
K.K.[gl#d]
n.Botany
A gladiolus.

英汉化学大词典

glad
adj.高兴的,取悦于人的

英汉计算机大词典

glad
adj.高兴的(取悦于人的)

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