简明英汉词典

lure
[ljuE]
v.
引诱

美国传统词典[双解]

lure
lure
AHD:[l?r]
D.J.[lu*r]
K.K.[l&r]
n.(名词)

(1)

Something that tempts or attracts with the promise of pleasure or reward.
诱惑物:以允诺给予满足或奖励的方式诱惑或吸引人的东西

(2)

An attraction or appeal.
吸引力,魅力

(3)

A decoy used in catching animals, especially an artificial bait used in catching fish.
诱饵,囵子:用来捕捉动物的诱饵,尤指用来捕捉鱼的人造诱饵

(4)

A bunch of feathers attached to a long cord, used in falconry to recall the hawk.
鸟媒:系在长绳上的一束羽毛,在放鹰狩猎中用来召回猎鹰
v.tr.(及物动词)
luredlur.inglures

(1)

To attract by wiles or temptation; entice.
吸引:以诡计或诱惑来吸引;诱惑

(2)

To recall (a falcon) with a lure.
用引诱物召回(猎鹰)

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Anglo-Norman
源自 英法语

(3)

[of Germanic origin]
[源于日耳曼语]

继承用法

lurer
n.(名词)

luringly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

lureenticeinveigledecoytemptseduce

(2)

These verbs mean to lead or attempt to lead into a wrong or foolish course, as of action.
这些动词意思是引导或试图诱导至错误或愚蠢的道路,如行动的道路。

(3)

Lure suggests the use of something that attracts like bait:
Lure 表示用象鱼饵似的东西来吸引:
Industry often seeks to lure scientists from universities by offering them huge salaries. Toentice is to draw on skillfully, as by arousing hopes or desires:
企业经常以高额薪金诱引科学家们离开大学。 Entice 意为通过唤起希望或欲望巧妙地吸引:
The teacher opened the door and, showing the tot the toys on the shelves, tried to entice him into the classroom.
老师打开门,让小孩看着架子上那些玩具,试图吸引他走进教室。

(4)

Inveigle implies winning over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk:
Inveigle 暗指通过哄骗、奉承或花言巧语而达到目的:
With tact and perseverance he inveigled her into becoming his law partner. To decoy is to trap or ensnare by cunning or deception:
凭着机智和不懈努力,他终于劝说她成为自己的法律合伙人。 Decoy 意为通过狡诈或欺骗手段陷害或诱捕:
Partisans dressed as simple farmers selling produce decoyed the soldiers into blistering crossfire.
装扮成卖东西的普通农民的游击队员们把敌军诱入强大的交叉火力圈中。

(5)

Tempt implies the operation of an attraction that disposes or invites one to do something, especially something immoral, unwise, or contrary to one's better judgment:
Tempt 暗指一个诱惑物作用于某人,诱使其做某事,尤指做不道德、不明智、与其正常判断相反的事情:
I'm tempted to tell him what I really think of him. Toseduce is to entice away, as from duty, accepted principles, or proper conduct; it usually suggests the overcoming of moral resistance:
我忍不住要告诉他我对他的真实看法。 Seduce 意为诱惑使脱离职责、公认的准则或适当的行为; 它通常指摆脱道德的约束力:
“The French King attempted by splendid offers to seduce him from the cause of the Republic” (Macaulay).
“法国国王试图以十分优厚的条件诱使他脱离共和国的事业” (麦考利)

现代英汉词典

lure
[lJE(r)]
vt.
lured, luring
(常与away, into连用)诱惑;引诱
Many young Japanese engineers have been lured to the Middle East by the promise of high wages.
"在给予高薪的允诺的引诱下,许多年轻的日本工程师去了中东。"

词性变化

lure
n.

(1)

诱惑力;诱惑物

(2)

(常与of连用)诱惑;引诱

(3)

诱饵

现代英汉综合大辞典

lure
[ljuE]
n.

(1)

用以诱回猎鹰的彩色羽毛

(2)

诱惑物, 透饵

(3)

吸引力, 魅力

词性变化

lure
[ljuE]
vt.

(1)

用诱物把(鹰)诱回

(2)

引诱, 诱惑(away; into; on)

习惯用语

alight on the lure [come to one's lure]
上钩, 上当

bring sb. to his [the] lure
引某人上钩

用法词典

lure
(来自中古法语 leurre <古法语 loirre 引诱)

参考词汇

(1)

lure,tempt这两个动词都有“引诱”的意思。

(2)

lure 包含着“强烈的、不可抗拒的而且通常是有害的诱惑力”
Perhaps it is the desire for solitude or the chance of making an unexpected discovery that lures men down to the depths of the earth.
可能正是想寻觅一个幽静的去处或者找个猎奇的机会的欲望引诱着人们进入地球的深处。
The hope of high profits lured him into questionable dealings.
意欲获取巨额利润诱惑他做了那些不诚实的交易。
It was not money that lured the adolescent husbandman to the cities, but the gay life.
把那个青年农民引诱到城市的东西不是金钱,而是那里的欢乐生活。

(3)

tempt 也表示强烈的诱惑力,但更含有“被诱惑者虽然知道不该被诱惑,但无法或难以克制受到诱惑。”
…The decks were soon covered with colourful rugs from Persa, silk from India, copper coffee pots, and beautiful hand-made silver ware. It was difficult not to be tempted.
……很快甲板上便布满了波斯的彩色毛毯、印度的丝绸、 铜咖啡壶以及美丽的手工制作的银器。对此不动心是很困难的。
The woman used all her wiles to tempt him into following her.
那女人用尽了自己的诱骗本领勾引着他尾随而去。
The steaming apple pie tempted him to disregard his diet.
那热气腾腾的苹果馅饼把他诱惑得不去顾及自己需要节食。

英文相关词典

lure
attract    draw on    entice    pull    seduce    tempt    

美国传统词典

lure
lure
AHD:[l?r]
D.J.[lu*r]
K.K.[l&r]
n.

(1)

Something that tempts or attracts with the promise of pleasure or reward.

(2)

An attraction or appeal.

(3)

A decoy used in catching animals, especially an artificial bait used in catching fish.

(4)

A bunch of feathers attached to a long cord, used in falconry to recall the hawk.
v.tr.
lured, lur.ing, lures

(1)

To attract by wiles or temptation; entice.

(2)

To recall (a falcon) with a lure.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Anglo-Norman

(3)

[of Germanic origin]

继承用法

lurer
n.

luringly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

lure, entice, inveigle, decoy, tempt, seduce

(2)

These verbs mean to lead or attempt to lead into a wrong or foolish course, as of action.

(3)

Lure suggests the use of something that attracts like bait:
Industry often seeks to lure scientists from universities by offering them huge salaries. Toentice is to draw on skillfully, as by arousing hopes or desires:
The teacher opened the door and, showing the tot the toys on the shelves, tried to entice him into the classroom.

(4)

Inveigle implies winning over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk:
With tact and perseverance he inveigled her into becoming his law partner. To decoy is to trap or ensnare by cunning or deception:
Partisans dressed as simple farmers selling produce decoyed the soldiers into blistering crossfire.

(5)

Tempt implies the operation of an attraction that disposes or invites one to do something, especially something immoral, unwise, or contrary to one's better judgment:
I'm tempted to tell him what I really think of him. Toseduce is to entice away, as from duty, accepted principles, or proper conduct; it usually suggests the overcoming of moral resistance:
“The French King attempted by splendid offers to seduce him from the cause of the Republic” (Macaulay).

[名词委审定]英汉昆虫学名词(2000)

lure

(1)

诱芯,诱饵

(2)

誘餌

英汉船舶大词典

lure
n.诱惑,诱鱼假铒

英汉法学大词典

lure
v.勾引 ;v.引诱 ,诱惑

英汉化学大词典

lure
n.诱惑

英汉能源大词典

lure
n.诱惑物

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