简明英汉词典

glum
[^lQm]
adj.
阴郁的, 阴沉的

美国传统词典[双解]

glum
glum
AHD:[gl?m]
D.J.[gl(m]
K.K.[gl(m]
adj.(形容词)
glum.merglum.mest

(1)

Moody and melancholy; dejected.
闷闷不乐的:愁眉不展的,悲伤的;沮丧的

(2)

Gloomy; dismal.
忧郁的;郁闷的
n.(名词)

(1)

The quality or state of being moody, melancholy, and gloomy or an instance of it:
闷闷不乐,忧郁:愁眉不展、悲伤、忧郁的状态或性质或这种事例:
“He was a charming mixture of glum and glee”(Lillian Hellman)
“他是一个很有魅力的人,时而忧伤时而欢笑”(莉莲·赫尔曼)

(2)

glums Chiefly British The blues. Often used with the :
glums 【多用于英国】 忧伤。常与the 连用:
“Most other publications have got the glums”(Tina Brown)
“其他大多数出版物也感染上忧伤的色彩”(蒂娜·布朗)

语源
; akin to Probably akin to Middle English gloumen [to become dark] * see gloom
;类似于 可能类似于 中古英语 gloumen [变黑,阴郁] *参见 gloom

继承用法

glumly
adv.(副词)

glumness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

glumgloomymorosedoursaturnine

(2)

These adjectives mean having a broodingly cheerless aspect or disposition.
这些形容词都指不高兴的性情。

(3)

Glum implies silent dejection:
Glum 指沉闷的沮丧,低沉:
Why so glum? The votes haven't been counted yet.
为什么那么气馁?选举结果还没出来呢。

(4)

Gloomy suggests somber melancholy:
Gloomy 指悲观的:
She takes a gloomy view of the future.
她对将来很悲观的。

(5)

Morose implies sourness of temper and a tendency to be uncommunicative:
Morose 指脾气坏的,乖僻的,不愿交注的:
He stared down at his dinner plate in a morose and unsociable manner.
他低头盯着餐盘,一副冷淡不友好的样子,

(6)

Dour especially suggests grimness or humorlessness and sometimes an obstinate nature:
Dour 尤指严肃或毫无幽默感,有时指倔强呆板的性质:
“To a Western eye, [they] seem poorly dressed, ill-groomed, dour and preoccupied” (Peter Lewis).
“在西方人看来, 显得似乎衣着寒碜,不修边幅,桀骜不驯” (彼得·刘易斯)。

(7)

Saturnine suggests gloominess or melancholy of temperament and often a tendency to be bitter or sardonic:
Saturnine 指性格阴郁,常指冷峻、严厉的意向:
the saturnine faces of the judges.
法官们那阴沉的脸色

现代英汉词典

glum
[^lQm]
adj.
-mm-
闷闷不乐的;愁闷的;阴郁的
Why do you look so glum?
你怎么看上去这样闷闷不乐?

现代英汉综合大辞典

glum
[^lQm]
adj.
阴郁的, 闷闷不乐的, 愁苦的

继承用法

glumly
adv.

glumness
n.

英文相关词典

glum
dismal    gloomy    moody    sad    sullen    

美国传统词典

glum
glum
AHD:[gl?m]
D.J.[gl(m]
K.K.[gl(m]
adj.
glum.mer, glum.mest

(1)

Moody and melancholy; dejected.

(2)

Gloomy; dismal.
n.

(1)

The quality or state of being moody, melancholy, and gloomy or an instance of it:
“He was a charming mixture of glum and glee”(Lillian Hellman)

(2)

glums Chiefly British The blues. Often used with the :
“Most other publications have got the glums”(Tina Brown)

语源
; akin to Probably akin to Middle English gloumen [to become dark] * see gloom

继承用法

glumly
adv.

glumness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

glum, gloomy, morose, dour, saturnine

(2)

These adjectives mean having a broodingly cheerless aspect or disposition.

(3)

Glum implies silent dejection:
Why so glum? The votes haven't been counted yet.

(4)

Gloomy suggests somber melancholy:
She takes a gloomy view of the future.

(5)

Morose implies sourness of temper and a tendency to be uncommunicative:
He stared down at his dinner plate in a morose and unsociable manner.

(6)

Dour especially suggests grimness or humorlessness and sometimes an obstinate nature:
“To a Western eye, [they] seem poorly dressed, ill-groomed, dour and preoccupied” (Peter Lewis).

(7)

Saturnine suggests gloominess or melancholy of temperament and often a tendency to be bitter or sardonic:
the saturnine faces of the judges.

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