简明英汉词典

grand
[^rAnd]
adj.
盛大的, 豪华的, 重大的, 主要的, 极重要的

美国传统词典[双解]

grand
grand
AHD:[gr2nd]
D.J.[gr#nd]
K.K.[gr#nd]
adj.(形容词)
grand.ergrand.est

(1)

Large and impressive in size, scope, or extent; magnificent.
宏大的,雄伟的:尺寸、范围或程度大而给人深刻印象的;壮丽雄伟的

(2)

Rich and sumptuous:
富贵而奢华的:
A grand meal was laid before them.
一道奢华的菜肴摆在他们面前

(3)

Of a solemn, stately, or splendid nature.
崇高的;庄严的;庄重的:有严肃、庄重或光彩照人的禀性的

(4)

Dignified or noble in appearance or effect:
威严的,高贵的:外表或印象上尊严或高贵的:
a grand old face that bespeaks suffering but not defeat.
一张高贵的苍老面孔带着忍受而非屈服

(5)

Noble or admirable in conception or intent:
高贵的,令人钦佩的:在观念或意图上令人赞美的:
a grand purpose.
令人钦佩的意志

(6)

Lofty or sublime in character:
特性庄严或卓越的:
a speech delivered in the grand style of the great orators.
著名演说家风格庄严的演讲

(7)

Wonderful or very pleasing:
极好的或令人非常高兴的:
had a grand time.
度过美好时光

(8)

Having higher rank than others of the same category:
高阶的:与同类事物相比地位更高的:
a grand admiral.
海军总司令

(9)

Having more importance than others; principal:
比其他的更重要的;主要的:
the grand ballroom of a hotel.
旅馆的主舞厅

(10)

Of a haughty or pretentious nature.
禀性傲慢,矫饰的

(11)

Including or covering all units or aspects:
全的,总的:包括或覆及所有单元或方面的:
the grand total.
全部
n.(名词)

(1)

Music A grand piano.
【音乐】 大钢琴

(2)

Slang A thousand dollars.
【俚语】 一千美元

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin grandis
源自 拉丁语 grandis

继承用法

grandly
adv.(副词)

grandness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

grandmagnificentimposingstatelymajesticaugustgrandiose

(2)

These adjectives mean strikingly large in size, scope, or extent. Both grand and magnificent apply to what is physically or aesthetically impressive.
这些形容词意指在尺寸、范围或广度上的极大。Grand 和 magnificent 两者均用于表示身体上或美学上给人以深刻印象的。

(3)

Grand implies dignity, sweep, or eminence:
Grand 暗含庄严、磅礴气势或引人注目:
buildings on a grand scale;
规模宏大的建筑物;
a grand coronation ceremony;
庄严的加冕典礼;
a performance in the grand manner.
出众的表演。

(4)

Magnificent suggests splendor, sumptuousness, and grandeur:
Magnificent 暗含辉煌,高傲和威严:
a magnificent cathedral;
一座辉煌的大教堂;
magnificent jewels;
华贵的珠宝;
a magnificent poem.
灿烂的诗篇。

(5)

Imposing describes what impresses by virtue of its size, bearing, or power:
Imposing 描绘了因其规格、举止或力量而吸引人的事物:
an imposing residence;
吸引人的住宅;
mountain peaks of imposing height.
高得令人向往的山峰。

(6)

Stately refers principally to what is dignified and handsome, as in size or proportions:
Stately 主要指庄重和好看的事物,如在尺寸或比例方面:
stately homes;
宏伟的住宅;
stately columns;
壮观的圆柱;
a stately oak.
壮观的橡树。

(7)

Majestic suggests lofty dignity or nobility:
Majestic 暗指崇高的尊严或高贵:
the majestic Alps;
雄伟的阿尔卑斯山脉;
a majestic wave of the hand.
庄重地挥手。

(8)

August describes what inspires solemn reverence or awe, as because of exalted rank or character:
August 描绘激发严肃的尊敬或敬畏的事物,如因为崇高的地位或性格:
was ushered into the archbishop's august presence.
为主教威严的外表所陶醉。

(9)

Grandiose refers to what is marked by imposing largeness (
Grandiose 意指以令人注目的巨大为标志的事物(
simple but grandiose architecture); it often suggests pretentiousness, affectation, or pompousness (
简洁但巨大的建筑); 其常暗指自以为是,虚假或自傲(
grandiose ideas;
自以为是的想法;
a grandiose writing style).
浮夸的写作风格)

现代英汉词典

grand
[^rAnd]
adj.

(1)

雄伟的;壮丽的;盛大的
a grand view of sunrise
日出的壮丽景色

(2)

显赫的;高贵的;自负的
nobles and grand ladies
贵族和贵妇

(3)

愉快的;痛快的
to have a grand time
玩得很痛快

(4)

完全的;总的
the grand total
全部;总共

词性变化

grand
n.

(1)

大钢琴,平台钢琴

(2)

(pl)1000美元,1000英镑

现代英汉综合大辞典

grand
[^rAnd]
adj.

(1)

雄伟的, 壮丽的, 堂皇的, 宏大的, 盛大的

(2)

显赫的, 高贵的

(3)

(最)重大的; 主要的; 最高的

(4)

自负的, 傲慢的

(5)

[口]完美的

(6)

总计的, 全部的

(7)

【音】大合奏用的

(8)

(亲属关系中的)(外)祖...; (外)孙...
a grand air
堂皇的气派, 堂堂仪表
a grand view
壮丽的景色
grand entrance
大门
grand people
达官贵人
the grand total
总计
the grand slam
[美俚](桥牌等)满贯; (运动比赛)全胜; (棒球)满垒打

词性变化

grand
n.

(1)

(=grandpiano)大钢琴

(2)

[美俚][单复同]一千元(钞票)

继承用法

grandaunt
[`^rAndB:nt;-Ant]
n.
叔[伯]祖母; 姑[舅、姨]婆

grandbaby
[`^rAnd9beIbI]
n.
小孙子[女]

grandchild
[5^rAndtFaIld]
n.
(pl. grandchildren)(外)孙子[女]

grand-dad
n.
[口](外)祖父

grand-daddy
n.
(=grandfather)(外)祖父

grand-daughter
n.

(1)

(外)孙女

(2)

第三代子核; 孙体

grandducal
adj.
大公的, 大公国的

grand-ma,-ma(m)ma
n.
[口](外)祖母

grandmaster
n.

(1)

大师 (最高棋手等的称号)

(2)

在任何方面有特殊成就的人

grandnephew
[`^rAnd9nevjU:;-9nefjU:]
n.
侄(外)孙

grandniece
[`^rAndni:s]
n.
侄(外)孙女-pa, -papa

词性变化

grand
n.
[口]爷爷, 外公

grandparent
[5^rAndpeErEnt]
n.
(外)祖父(母)

grandsire
[5^rAndsaIE(r)]
n.
[古]祖父[先]; 老人

grand-son
n.
(外)孙子

granduncle
[`^rAnd9QNkl]
n.
伯[叔]祖父, 外叔[伯]祖父

grandness
n.

grandly
adv.

习惯用语

do the grand
[口]摆架子, 装模作样

参考词汇
grand     magnificent     stately     majestic    
都含“大的”、“庄严的”、“宏伟的”意思。

(1)

grand 侧重“规模大的”、“雄伟的”, 如:
The Grand Canal began to build in the Sui Dynasty.
大运河是在隋朝开始修建的。

(2)

magnificent 除表示“宏伟的”外, 还带有“豪华的”意思, 如:
The new hotel is a magnificent building.
新建的饭店是座富丽堂皇的建筑。

(3)

stately指“外表庄严的”或“使人感到庄严的”, 如:
a stately horse
高头大马。

(4)

majestic除有stately 的意思外; 还含有“高贵的 ”、“宏伟的”、“气势磅礴的 ”意思, 如:
the majestic Alps
气势宏伟的阿尔卑斯山。

用法词典

grand

参考词汇

(1)

grand,grandiose,magnificent,inposing,stately,majestic这组形容词的一般含义是“雄伟的”、“庄严的”、“壮观的”。

(2)

grand含有“大”的意思,但不仅仅是三维量值的大, 而且指能够打动人的精神或者智力,甚至对美的感受等。比如:the Grand Canal中国运河,a grand orchestra 大型交响乐队,a grand piano 大钢琴。它不于 big,large,huge,colossal 等词
We had a grand view of a sea of clouds when we climbed to the top of the mountain.
当我们爬上了山巅时,我们看到了云海的壮观景象。
We met a lot of grand people when we went to the palace.
我们到宫廷去时,见到了许多达官贵人。

(3)

grandiose所表示的壮观含有荒唐的夸张或浮夸的意思。magnificent几乎与grand的含义相同,但其使用范围小于grand
It is a grandiose project.
那是一项浮夸的计划。
We must do away with the grandiose style of work.
我们必须摈弃浮夸的工作作风。

(4)

通常用magnificent 修饰建筑物、家中的陈设、服装或首饰等。

(5)

imposing强调在体积、庄重、壮观等方面给人以深刻印象,这个词可以修饰物,也可以修饰人
It is indeed the most magnificent drawing-room I have ever seen.
那的确是我所见到的最豪华的客厅。
The costumes in the film are very magnificent.
那部影片中的服装非常华丽。
The Great Hall of the People is very magnificent.
人民大会堂非常宏伟。

(6)

majestic 具有 imposing 和 stately 的含义,常常用于修饰大山、太阳和雄壮的乐曲等
High in the smooth ocean of sky floated a dazzling, majestic sun. Fragments of powdery cloud,like spray flung from a wave crest, sprinkled the radiant, like-blue heaven.
静谧而浩瀚的苍穹,高高地悬挂着那庄严而刺眼的太阳。在那蔚蓝的天空中,撒着缕缕的浮云,宛如喷出浪峰的薄雾
That old building is not so imposing as it used to be in comparison with other tall modern structures.
和其他的高大现代化建筑相比,那座古建筑没有过去那么壮观了。
She is an imposing lady.
她是一位仪容庄重而动人的女人。

(7)

stately所表示的“雄伟”、“庄严”也包含给人以深刻的印象或者有感人的力量,在修饰雄伟的建筑物时,它有富丽堂皇的意思
It is a very stately palace.
那是一座雄伟的皇宫。
Whenever the stately national anthem is performed, I am invariably emotionally roused.
每当奏起庄严的国歌时,我总在感情上受到激发。

英文相关词典

grand
considerable    dignified    distinguished    glorious    great    important    impressive    large    magnificent    main    majestic    outstanding    prominent    sizable    stately    petty    puny    trifling    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

grand
宏伟的, 雄伟的

美国传统词典

grand
grand
AHD:[gr2nd]
D.J.[gr#nd]
K.K.[gr#nd]
adj.
grand.er, grand.est

(1)

Large and impressive in size, scope, or extent; magnificent.

(2)

Rich and sumptuous:
A grand meal was laid before them.

(3)

Of a solemn, stately, or splendid nature.

(4)

Dignified or noble in appearance or effect:
a grand old face that bespeaks suffering but not defeat.

(5)

Noble or admirable in conception or intent:
a grand purpose.

(6)

Lofty or sublime in character:
a speech delivered in the grand style of the great orators.

(7)

Wonderful or very pleasing:
had a grand time.

(8)

Having higher rank than others of the same category:
a grand admiral.

(9)

Having more importance than others; principal:
the grand ballroom of a hotel.

(10)

Of a haughty or pretentious nature.

(11)

Including or covering all units or aspects:
the grand total.
n.

(1)

Music A grand piano.

(2)

Slang A thousand dollars.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin grandis

继承用法

grandly
adv.

grandness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

grand, magnificent, imposing, stately, majestic, august, grandiose

(2)

These adjectives mean strikingly large in size, scope, or extent. Both grand and magnificent apply to what is physically or aesthetically impressive.

(3)

Grand implies dignity, sweep, or eminence:
buildings on a grand scale;
a grand coronation ceremony;
a performance in the grand manner.

(4)

Magnificent suggests splendor, sumptuousness, and grandeur:
a magnificent cathedral;
magnificent jewels;
a magnificent poem.

(5)

Imposing describes what impresses by virtue of its size, bearing, or power:
an imposing residence;
mountain peaks of imposing height.

(6)

Stately refers principally to what is dignified and handsome, as in size or proportions:
stately homes;
stately columns;
a stately oak.

(7)

Majestic suggests lofty dignity or nobility:
the majestic Alps;
a majestic wave of the hand.

(8)

August describes what inspires solemn reverence or awe, as because of exalted rank or character:
was ushered into the archbishop's august presence.

(9)

Grandiose refers to what is marked by imposing largeness (
simple but grandiose architecture); it often suggests pretentiousness, affectation, or pompousness (
grandiose ideas;
a grandiose writing style).

英汉航海大词典

grand
n.全部的,总的

英汉航空大词典

grand
n.全部的,总的

英汉化学大词典

grand
adj.主要的,庄严的大的,极好的

英汉海运大词典

grand
大的

英汉经贸大词典

grand
n.全部的,总的,主要的

英汉计算机大词典

grand
adj.主要的(庄严的大的,极好的

英汉建筑大词典

grand
adj.主要的,宏伟的,巨大的

英汉中医大词典

grand
n.宏大的,盛大的,重大的

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