简明英汉词典

intense
[in5tens]
adj.
强烈的, 剧烈的, 热切的, 热情的, 激烈的

美国传统词典[双解]

intense
in.tense
AHD:[1n-tμns“]
D.J.[in6tens]
K.K.[!n6tWns]
adj.(形容词)
in.tens.erin.tens.est

(1)

Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
强烈的:具有或表现某种与种不同的特征到了特别强烈的程度的:
the intense sun of the tropics.
赤道上的烈日

(2)

Extreme in degree, strength, or size:
极端的,强烈的:在程度、力量或体积是特别的:
intense heat.
酷暑

(3)

Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:
紧张的:包含或显出压力或特别的努力的:
intense concentration.
紧张的投入

(4)

Deeply felt; profound:
深切地感受到的;深刻的:
intense emotion.
深情

(5)

Tending to feel deeply:
意欲感受深刻的:
an intense writer.
感受深刻的作者

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin int?s [stretched, intent] [from past participle of] intendere [to stretch, intend] * see intend
源自 拉丁语 int?s [拓展的;意图] [] 源自intendere的过去分词 [伸展,打算] *参见 intend

继承用法

intensely
adv.(副词)

intenseness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

intensefiercevehementviolent

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “of an extreme kind”:
这些形容的中心意思都是“特别的”:
intense emotions;
深情;
fierce loyalty;
耿耿忠心;
vehement dislike;
极其厌恶;
violent rage.
强烈的愤怒

用法

(1)

The meanings of intense and intensive overlap considerably, but the two are often subtly distinct. When used to describe human feeling or activity, intense often suggests a strength or concentration that arises from inner dispositions and is particularly appropriate when used to describe emotional states:
intense 和 intensive 的意思在相当程度上是交叉的, 但是它们经常有细微的差别。当用来描述人的感情或活动时,intense 通常指由内在倾向而来的力量或专心, 它特别适于用来描写感情状态:
intense pleasure, dislike, loyalty, and so forth. Intensive
极度的快乐,极为厌恶,非常忠诚等等。 Intensive

(2)

is more frequently applied when the strength or concentration of an activity is imposed from without:
更常用于指行为的强度和程度是由外部强加的:
intensive bombing, training, marketing.
强烈的爆炸,强烈的训练,紧张的营销。

(3)

Thus a reference to Mark's intense study of German suggests that Mark himself was responsible for the concentrated activity, whereas Mark's intensive study of German suggests that the program in which Mark was studying was designed to cover a great deal of material in a brief period.
因此Mark's intense study of German 指马克自己对集中的行为负责, 而Mark's intensive study of German 意味着马克的学习计划是打算在短时间内涉猎大量内容

现代英汉词典

intense
[In5tens]
adj.
强烈的;热情的
an intense young lady
热情的少女

现代英汉综合大辞典

intense
[in5tens]
adj.

(1)

强烈的; 剧烈的; 紧张的

(2)

热心的; 热情的; 认真的; 易动感情的

(3)

【摄】(底片)银影密度高的, 厚的
intense life
紧张的生活
intense heat
酷热
intense pain
剧痛
an intense longing
渴望
intense study
认真的研究
an intense person
感情丰富的人

继承用法

intensely
adv.

intenseness
n.

用法词典

intense
源自intendere的过去分词intensus

英文相关词典

intense
considerable    drastic    dynamic    extreme    fierce    forceful    great    rigorous    severe    strong    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

intense
强烈的

美国传统词典

intense
in.tense
AHD:[1n-tμns“]
D.J.[in6tens]
K.K.[!n6tWns]
adj.
in.tens.er, in.tens.est

(1)

Possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to an extreme degree:
the intense sun of the tropics.

(2)

Extreme in degree, strength, or size:
intense heat.

(3)

Involving or showing strain or extreme effort:
intense concentration.

(4)

Deeply felt; profound:
intense emotion.

(5)

Tending to feel deeply:
an intense writer.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin int?s [stretched, intent] [from past participle of] intendere [to stretch, intend] * see intend

继承用法

intensely
adv.

intenseness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

intense, fierce, vehement, violent

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “of an extreme kind”:
intense emotions;
fierce loyalty;
vehement dislike;
violent rage.

用法

(1)

The meanings of intense and intensive overlap considerably, but the two are often subtly distinct. When used to describe human feeling or activity, intense often suggests a strength or concentration that arises from inner dispositions and is particularly appropriate when used to describe emotional states:
intense pleasure, dislike, loyalty, and so forth. Intensive

(2)

is more frequently applied when the strength or concentration of an activity is imposed from without:
intensive bombing, training, marketing.

(3)

Thus a reference to Mark's intense study of German suggests that Mark himself was responsible for the concentrated activity, whereas Mark's intensive study of German suggests that the program in which Mark was studying was designed to cover a great deal of material in a brief period.

英汉电信大词典

intense
n.强烈的

英汉广播大词典

intense
n.银影密度高的,强烈的

英汉航空大词典

intense
n.剧烈的

英汉化学大词典

intense
adj.强烈的,底片银影密度高的

英汉经贸大词典

intense
adj.强烈的,底片银影密度高的

英汉计算机大词典

intense
adj.强烈的(底片银影密度高的)

英汉农牧林大词典

intense
n.浓郁的,强烈的

英汉冶金大词典

intense
n.强烈

英汉中医大词典

intense
n.强烈的,剧列的

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