简明英汉词典

haggard
[5hA^Ed]
n.
野鹰
adj.
憔悴的, 野性的, 形容枯槁的

基本词义

Haggard
[5hA^Ed]
哈格德(姓氏)

美国传统词典[双解]

haggard
hag.gard
AHD:[h2g“…rd]
D.J.[6h#g*d]
K.K.[6h#g+d]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Appearing worn and exhausted; gaunt.
憔悴的:显得疲惫的和筋疲力尽的;瘦弱的

(2)

Wild or distraught in appearance.
发狂的:外表狂野或极其烦乱的

(3)

Wild and intractable. Used of a hawk in falconry.
狂野的,不驯服的。用来形容猎鹰训练中的鹰
n.(名词)
An adult hawk captured for training.
成年鹰:被捕获用来训练的成年老鹰

语源

(1)

French hagard [wild]
法语 hagard [狂野的]

(2)

from Old French [wild hawk, raptor]
源自 古法语 [狂野的鹰,猛禽]

(3)

[perhaps of Germanic origin]
[可能来源于日耳曼语]

继承用法

haggardly
adv.(副词)

haggardness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

haggardwastedworncareworn

(2)

These adjectives mean showing the physical effects of anxiety, disease, hunger, or fatigue.
这些形容词都是表现了焦虑、疾病、饥饿或疲惫对身体造成的影响。

(3)

Haggard implies thinness, tiredness, and often the expression of one seemingly distraught or harried:
Haggard 形容瘦弱和疲惫的样子,通常形容人心烦意乱或受折磨的表情:
Don't lose so much weight that you look haggard.
别瘦太多,不然你会变得很憔悴的。
Her eyes were haggard and cavernous.
她的眼睛深陷,十分地憔悴。

(4)

Wasted stresses frailness or enfeeblement such as results from prolonged illness or extreme hardship:
Wasted 强调由于长期疾病或极端困苦而造成的体质脆弱或无力:
“a tall, bent old man, wasted almost to a skeleton” (W.H. Hudson).
“一个弯着腰的高个子老人,瘦得差不多只剩下一具骨架” (W·H·哈德逊)。

(5)

Worn means showing the wearing effects of overwork, care, or suffering:
Worn 表示由于过度劳累、烦忧或苦难造成的耗损现象:
“I was shocked to see the worn look of his handsome young face” (Charles Dickens).
“我看到他那张年轻英俊的脸上显出憔悴的神色,十分地吃惊” (查尔斯·狄更斯)。

(6)

Careworn applies to one whose physical appearance reveals the effects of worry or burdensome responsibility:
Careworn 用于形容那些外表显示了忧虑或沉重的负担造成的影响:
Her countenance looked careworn as she bent over her pile of mending.
当她低头修补一堆东西时,脸上一副忧心忡忡的神色

基本词义

Haggard
Hag.gard
AHD:[h2g“…rd] Sir (Henry) Rider (1856-1925)
D.J.[6h#g*d]
K.K.[6h#g+d]
NONE(无词性)
British writer whose romantic adventure novels include King Solomon's Mines (1885) and She (1887).
哈格德爵士,(亨利)李德:(1856-1925) 英国作家,她写了一些浪漫的探险小说,包括所罗门王的宝藏 (1885年)和 她 (1887年)

现代英汉词典

haggard
[5hA^Ed]
adj.
憔悴的;形容枯槁的
She looked haggard after a sleepless night.
一夜失眠之后,她看上去很憔悴。

现代英汉综合大辞典

haggard
[5hA^Ed]
adj.

(1)

憔悴的, 形容枯槁的

(2)

凶暴的

(3)

难驯服的, 野性的, (鹰)成年被捕的

词性变化

haggard
[5hA^Ed]
n.
未驯服的鹰; 悍鹰

继承用法

haggardly
adv.

haggardness
n.

基本词义

Haggard
[5hA^Ed]
n.
哈格德(姓氏)

英文相关词典

haggard
deathlike    exhausted    lean    pale    poor    seedy    thin    wild-eyed    worried    

美国传统词典

haggard
hag.gard
AHD:[h2g“…rd]
D.J.[6h#g*d]
K.K.[6h#g+d]
adj.

(1)

Appearing worn and exhausted; gaunt.

(2)

Wild or distraught in appearance.

(3)

Wild and intractable. Used of a hawk in falconry.
n.
An adult hawk captured for training.

语源

(1)

French hagard [wild]

(2)

from Old French [wild hawk, raptor]

(3)

[perhaps of Germanic origin]

继承用法

haggardly
adv.

haggardness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

haggard, wasted, worn, careworn

(2)

These adjectives mean showing the physical effects of anxiety, disease, hunger, or fatigue.

(3)

Haggard implies thinness, tiredness, and often the expression of one seemingly distraught or harried:
Don't lose so much weight that you look haggard.
Her eyes were haggard and cavernous.

(4)

Wasted stresses frailness or enfeeblement such as results from prolonged illness or extreme hardship:
“a tall, bent old man, wasted almost to a skeleton” (W.H. Hudson).

(5)

Worn means showing the wearing effects of overwork, care, or suffering:
“I was shocked to see the worn look of his handsome young face” (Charles Dickens).

(6)

Careworn applies to one whose physical appearance reveals the effects of worry or burdensome responsibility:
Her countenance looked careworn as she bent over her pile of mending.

基本词义

Haggard
Hag.gard
AHD:[h2g“…rd] Sir (Henry) Rider (1856-1925)
D.J.[6h#g*d]
K.K.[6h#g+d]
NONE
British writer whose romantic adventure novels include King Solomon's Mines (1885) and She (1887).

英汉农牧林大词典

haggard
n.野的,不驯的,悍鹰

英汉中医大词典

haggard
n.憔悴的,形容枯槁的

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