简明英汉词典

impostor
[im5pCstE]
n.
冒名顶替者

美国传统词典[双解]

impostor
im.pos.tor
AHD:[1m-p?s“t…r]
D.J.[im6p%st*]
K.K.[!m6p$st+]
n.(名词)
One who engages in deception under an assumed name or identity.
冒名顶替的人:涉及以假名或假身份欺骗的人

语源

(1)

French imposteur
法语 imposteur

(2)

from Late Latin impostor
源自 后期拉丁语 impostor

(3)

variant of impositor [one who assigns a name]
impositor的变体 [起名字的人]

(4)

from impositus [past participle of] imp?nere [to place upon] * see impose
源自 impositus [] imp?nere的过去分词 [放上] *参见 impose

参考词汇

(1)

impostorquackfakerhumbugmountebankcharlatan

(2)

These nouns denote people who pretend to be other than what they are or to have abilities or qualifications that they do not really have. An
这些名词都指那些假冒别人的人和假称具有自己并没有的能力或者资格的人。

(3)

impostor assumes the character or identity of another for the purpose of deceiving:
impostor 是出于欺骗而假冒别人的角色或者身份:
He succeeded in his profession, but he always secretly considered himself an impostor.
他在专业方面很成功,但他常暗自认为是个冒牌货。

(4)

Quack refers especially to one who practices medicine without being properly qualified:
Quack 尤指那些没有取得资格就行医的人:
“He who has once been under the hands of a quack, is for ever after prone to dabble in drugs” (Washington Irving). A faker simulates or feigns the appearance of being what he or she is not:
“曾经遭受庸医之苦的人,之后永远有涉猎药物的倾向” (华盛顿·欧文)。faker 假扮或假装并非他或她自身的外表:
The brokerage executive was unmasked as a faker. A humbug is a self-important or self-deluded faker:
经纪人被揭穿是个冒充者。 humbug 是一个自视过高的或者自欺欺人的冒充者:
“What a humbug that woman is!” (Thackeray). A mountebank is a flamboyant, unscrupulous dealer or promoter:
“那个女人是怎样一个骗子啊!” (萨克雷)。mountebank 是一个傲慢的、无耻的商人或者推销商:
“I remember . . . there was an impudent mountebank who sold pills which (as he told the country people) were very good against an earthquake” (Joseph Addison). A charlatan makes false claims to skill or knowledge and hides his or her deficiency by an elaborate, fraudulent, often voluble display:
“我记得…有一个厚颜无耻的商人来推销能(据他对村民们所说的)对付地震极为有效的药片” (约瑟夫·艾迪生)。charlatan 假称拥有某种技术或知识并且用故意的、欺骗性的,经常是口若悬河的显露来掩饰他或她的不足:
It was difficult to discern that despite all the abstruse vocabulary the professor was really a charlatan.
很难辨明那个教授虽然有很多深奥的词汇,实际上却是一个冒充内行的人

现代英汉词典

impostor
[Im5pRstE(r)]
n.
冒充者;骗子
"You're not my roommate, you impostor!"
"你不是我的室友,你是个骗子!"

现代英汉综合大辞典

impostor
[im5pCstE]
n.
冒名顶替者; 骗子

英文相关词典

impostor
cheat    deceiver    faker    fraud    impersonator    pretender    

美国传统词典

impostor
im.pos.tor
AHD:[1m-p?s“t…r]
D.J.[im6p%st*]
K.K.[!m6p$st+]
n.
One who engages in deception under an assumed name or identity.

语源

(1)

French imposteur

(2)

from Late Latin impostor

(3)

variant of impositor [one who assigns a name]

(4)

from impositus [past participle of] imp?nere [to place upon] * see impose

参考词汇

(1)

impostor, quack, faker, humbug, mountebank, charlatan

(2)

These nouns denote people who pretend to be other than what they are or to have abilities or qualifications that they do not really have. An

(3)

impostor assumes the character or identity of another for the purpose of deceiving:
He succeeded in his profession, but he always secretly considered himself an impostor.

(4)

Quack refers especially to one who practices medicine without being properly qualified:
“He who has once been under the hands of a quack, is for ever after prone to dabble in drugs” (Washington Irving). A faker simulates or feigns the appearance of being what he or she is not:
The brokerage executive was unmasked as a faker. A humbug is a self-important or self-deluded faker:
“What a humbug that woman is!” (Thackeray). A mountebank is a flamboyant, unscrupulous dealer or promoter:
“I remember . . . there was an impudent mountebank who sold pills which (as he told the country people) were very good against an earthquake” (Joseph Addison). A charlatan makes false claims to skill or knowledge and hides his or her deficiency by an elaborate, fraudulent, often voluble display:
It was difficult to discern that despite all the abstruse vocabulary the professor was really a charlatan.

英汉电信大词典

impostor
n.诈称者

英汉法学大词典

impostor
n.冒名顶替者

英汉心理学大词典

impostor
谎言癖者

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