简明英汉词典

intelligent
[in5telidVEnt]
adj.
聪明的, 伶俐的, 有才智的, [计]智能的

美国传统词典[双解]

intelligent
in.tel.li.gent
AHD:[1n-tμl“…-j…nt]
D.J.[in6tel*d9*nt]
K.K.[!n6tWl*d9*nt]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Having intelligence.
有智力的

(2)

Having a high degree of intelligence; mentally acute.
有较高智力水平;聪明的

(3)

Showing sound judgment and rationality:
显示出可靠的判断和推理的:
an intelligent decision; an intelligent solution to the budget problem.
深思熟虑的决定;对预算问题的合理的解决办法

(4)

Appealing to the intellect; intellectual:
需用智力的;动脑的:
a film with witty and intelligent dialogue.
对白风趣睿智的电影

(5)

Computer Science Having certain data storage and processing capabilities:
【计算机科学】 智能的:具有数据储存和处理能力的:
an intelligent terminal; intelligent peripherals.
智能终端;智能外部设备

语源

(1)

Latin intellig?s intelligent- [present participle of] intellegere, intelligere [to perceive]
拉丁语 intellig?s intelligent- [] intellegere, intelligere的现在分词 [领悟]

(2)

inter- [inter-]
inter- [在…之间]

(3)

legere [to choose] * see leg-
legere [选择] *参见 leg-

继承用法

intelligential
AHD:[-jμn“sh…l] (形容词)

intelligently
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

intelligentbrightbrilliantknowingquick-wittedsmartintellectual

(2)

These adjectives mean having or showing mental keenness.
这些形容词都表达具有或显示出思维的快捷性。

(3)

Intelligent usually implies the ability to cope with demands arising from novel situations and new problems and to use the power of reasoning and inference effectively:
Intelligent 通常指应付新情况和新问题所需的能力和有效地使用推理和推断力的能力:
The most intelligent students do additional reading to supplement the material in the textbook.
最聪明的学生用增加阅读量来补充课本的内容。

(4)

Bright implies quickness or ease in learning:
Bright 指学习迅速或轻松:
Some children are brighter in one subject than in another.
一些孩子在某课目上比另一科要学得快。

(5)

Brilliant suggests unusually impressive mental acuteness:
Brilliant 指思维不同寻常的敏捷:
“The dullard's envy of brilliant men is always assuaged by the suspicion that they will come to a bad end” (Max Beerbohm).
蠢人对智者的妒忌总是被智者将不得善终的怀疑所平息” (麦克斯·比尔博姆)。

(6)

Knowing implies the possession of knowledge, information, or understanding:
Knowing 指具有知识、信息或理解能力:
Knowing furniture collectors bought American antiques before the prices soared.
老练的家具收藏者在价格飞涨之前购买了美国古董。

(7)

Quick-witted suggests mental alertness and prompt response:
Quickwitted 指精神上的敏捷和迅速的反应:
We were successful not because we were quick-witted but because we persevered.
我们之所以成功不是因为我们机智,而是因为我们坚韧不拔。

(8)

Smart refers to quick intelligence and often a ready capability for taking care of one's own interests:
Smart 指快速的领悟力和随时维护自己利益的能力:
The smartest lawyers avoid the appearance of manipulating juries.
最聪明的律师避免让人看上去是在控制陪审团。

(9)

Intellectual stresses the working of the intellect and especially implies the capacity to grasp difficult or abstract concepts:
Intellectual 强调智力的作用,尤其是掌握困难或抽象概念的能力:
The scholar's interest in the intellectual and analytical aspect of music didn't prevent her from enjoying concerts.
这位学者对音乐悟性和分析方面的兴趣并不影响她欣赏音乐会

现代英汉词典

intelligent
[In5telIdV(E)nt]
adj.

(1)

有才智的,聪明的
Can you say that dolphins are much more intelligent than other animals?
你能说海豚比其它动物聪明得多吗?

(2)

明智的

现代英汉综合大辞典

intelligent
[in5telidVEnt]
adj.

(1)

理解力强的, 有才智的, 聪明的

(2)

可执行部分电脑工作的
an intelligent reader
理解力强的读者
an intelligent being
有智力的动物
intelligent reply
巧妙的答复

继承用法

intelligently
adv.

用法词典

intelligent
词源同intelligence的

英文相关词典

intelligent
aware    bright    knowing    perceptive    rational    sensible    understanding    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

intelligent
有理性的;聪媚

英汉双解计算机词典

intelligent

【形】智能的;[智慧的]
Pertaining to a device or a functional unit that is partially or totally controlled by one or more integral processors.
用来修饰或说明某种设备或某种功能部件,它们部分地或全部地由一个或多个集成处理机 控制。

美国传统词典

intelligent
in.tel.li.gent
AHD:[1n-tμl“…-j…nt]
D.J.[in6tel*d/*nt]
K.K.[!n6tWl*d/*nt]
adj.

(1)

Having intelligence.

(2)

Having a high degree of intelligence; mentally acute.

(3)

Showing sound judgment and rationality:
an intelligent decision; an intelligent solution to the budget problem.

(4)

Appealing to the intellect; intellectual:
a film with witty and intelligent dialogue.

(5)

Computer Science Having certain data storage and processing capabilities:
an intelligent terminal; intelligent peripherals.

语源

(1)

Latin intellig?s intelligent- [present participle of] intellegere, intelligere [to perceive]

(2)

inter- [inter-]

(3)

legere [to choose] * see leg-

继承用法

intelligential
AHD:[-jμn“sh…l] adj.

intelligently
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

intelligent, bright, brilliant, knowing, quick-witted, smart, intellectual

(2)

These adjectives mean having or showing mental keenness.

(3)

Intelligent usually implies the ability to cope with demands arising from novel situations and new problems and to use the power of reasoning and inference effectively:
The most intelligent students do additional reading to supplement the material in the textbook.

(4)

Bright implies quickness or ease in learning:
Some children are brighter in one subject than in another.

(5)

Brilliant suggests unusually impressive mental acuteness:
“The dullard's envy of brilliant men is always assuaged by the suspicion that they will come to a bad end” (Max Beerbohm).

(6)

Knowing implies the possession of knowledge, information, or understanding:
Knowing furniture collectors bought American antiques before the prices soared.

(7)

Quick-witted suggests mental alertness and prompt response:
We were successful not because we were quick-witted but because we persevered.

(8)

Smart refers to quick intelligence and often a ready capability for taking care of one's own interests:
The smartest lawyers avoid the appearance of manipulating juries.

(9)

Intellectual stresses the working of the intellect and especially implies the capacity to grasp difficult or abstract concepts:
The scholar's interest in the intellectual and analytical aspect of music didn't prevent her from enjoying concerts.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

intelligent
【修】智能;明智

英汉电信大词典

intelligent
n.智能

英汉化学大词典

intelligent
adj.聪明的,理解力强的,明智的

英汉海运大词典

intelligent
有才智的,聪明的理解力强的

基本词义

intelligent
理智的,明智的

英汉计算机大词典

intelligent
adj.聪明的(理解力强的,明智的)

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