简明英汉词典

idiom
[5idiEm]
n.
成语, 方言, 土语, 习惯用语

美国传统词典[双解]

idiom
id.i.om
AHD:[1d“?-…m]
D.J.[6idi8*m]
K.K.[6!di*m]
n.(名词)

(1)

A speech form or an expression of a given language that is peculiar to itself grammatically or cannot be understood from the individual meanings of its elements, as in keep tabs on.
成语,习语:因语法结构特殊或无法拆开而只能依据其组成成份来解释的语言形式或某种固定的语言表达方法,例如聚精会神

(2)

The specific grammatical, syntactic, and structural character of a given language.
特别语言现象:某种语言中特别的语法、句式和结构上的特点

(3)

Regional speech or dialect.
方言,土语:某个地区的地方语言或土话

(4)

A specialized vocabulary used by a group of people; jargon:
术语:一群人使用的特定的词汇;术语:
legal idiom.
法律术语

(5)

A style or manner of expression peculiar to a given people:
特有用语:某个民族特有的语言或行为方式:
“Also important is the uneasiness I've always felt at cutting myself off from my idiom, the American habits of speech and jest and reaction, all of them entirely different from the local variety”(S.J. Perelman)
“还有一点很重要,那就是我总感到把自己与我们的习俗隔绝开来很不舒服,美国人说话、开玩笑和行动的方式与当地的风俗格格不入。”(S.J.佩雷尔曼)

(6)

A style of artistic expression characteristic of a particular individual, school, period, or medium:
风格,特色:以某个个人、学派、时代或媒介为代表的艺术风格:
the idiom of the French impressionists; the punk rock idiom.
法国印像主义风格;疯狂摇滚乐风格

语源

(1)

Late Latin idi?a idi?mat-
后期拉丁语 idi?a idi?mat-

(2)

from Greek
源自 希腊语

(3)

from idiousthai [to make one's own]
源自 idiousthai [将某物占为己有]

(4)

from idios [own, personal, private] * see s(w)e-
源自 idios [自己的,个人的,私有的] *参见 s(w)e-

现代英汉词典

idiom
[5IdIEm]
n.

(1)

成语;习语,惯用语
To be ‘hard up’ is an English idiom.
“hard up”是英语惯用语。

(2)

(一民族或国家的)语言特性;语言的特别表达方式
the idiom of the young
年轻人的习惯用语

现代英汉综合大辞典

idiom
[5idiEm]
n.

(1)

习语, 成语

(2)

语言习惯用法; 某种语言的特性

(3)

方言, 土语

(4)

(某一作家、艺术家等的)风格, 特色

用法词典

idiom
来自法语idiome< 拉丁语idioma< 希腊语 idioma< idio-
[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

idiom
成语

美国传统词典

idiom
id.i.om
AHD:[1d“?-…m]
D.J.[6idi8*m]
K.K.[6!di*m]
n.

(1)

A speech form or an expression of a given language that is peculiar to itself grammatically or cannot be understood from the individual meanings of its elements, as in keep tabs on.

(2)

The specific grammatical, syntactic, and structural character of a given language.

(3)

Regional speech or dialect.

(4)

A specialized vocabulary used by a group of people; jargon:
legal idiom.

(5)

A style or manner of expression peculiar to a given people:
“Also important is the uneasiness I've always felt at cutting myself off from my idiom, the American habits of speech and jest and reaction, all of them entirely different from the local variety”(S.J. Perelman)

(6)

A style of artistic expression characteristic of a particular individual, school, period, or medium:
the idiom of the French impressionists; the punk rock idiom.

语源

(1)

Late Latin idi?a idi?mat-

(2)

from Greek

(3)

from idiousthai [to make one's own]

(4)

from idios [own, personal, private] * see s(w)e-

英汉化学大词典

idiom
n.成语,习惯语法,风格

英汉计算机大词典

idiom
n.成语(习惯语法,风格)

英汉建筑大词典

idiom
n.成语,习惯语法,风格

英汉能源大词典

idiom
n.成语,表达方式,风格

英汉心理学大词典

idiom
惯用语

基本词义

idiom
成语

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