简明英汉词典

melt
[melt]
v.
(使)融化, (使)熔化, 使软化, 使感动

美国传统词典[双解]

melt
melt
AHD:[mμlt]
D.J.[melt]
K.K.[mWlt]
v.(动词)
melt.edmelt.ingmelts
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To be changed from a solid to a liquid state by application of heat or pressure or both.
熔化:用热、压力或两者的共同作用使固态转化为液态

(2)

To dissolve:
溶解:
Sugar melts in water.
糖在水中溶解

(3)

To disappear or vanish gradually as if by dissolving:
逐渐消失:好像被溶解似的逐渐消失:
The crowd melted away after the rally.
集会结束之后,人群逐渐散去

(4)

To pass or merge imperceptibly into something else:
逐渐融合:不被察觉地延伸或融合为一体:
Sea melted into sky along the horizon.
在地平线处海天连成了一片

(5)

To become softened in feeling:
感动,软化:感情上变得温和:
Our hearts melted at the child's tears.
孩子的眼泪使我们的心变软了

(6)

Obsolete To be overcome or crushed, as by grief, dismay, or fear.
【废语】 崩溃:被(悲痛、沮丧或恐惧等)压倒或击溃
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To change (a solid) to a liquid state by the application of heat or pressure or both.
熔化:用热力或压力,或者两者的共同作用使固态变为液态

(2)

To dissolve:
溶解:
The tide melted our sand castle away.
潮水将我们用沙堆成的城堡冲散了

(3)

To cause to disappear gradually; disperse.
逐渐消散:使逐渐消失;驱散

(4)

To cause (units) to blend:
使混合在一起:
“Here individuals of all races are melted into a new race of men”(Michel Guillaume Jean de Crèvecoeur)
“在这里,各种族的成员融合在一起形成一个新的人类种族”(米歇尔·纪尧姆·让·德·克雷夫科尔)

(5)

To soften (someone's feelings); make gentle or tender.
使软化:使(某人的感情)软化;使变得温和或温柔
n.(名词)

(1)

A melted solid; a fused mass.
熔融的物质;熔融的材料

(2)

The state of being melted.
熔融状态

(3)

The act or operation of melting.
融化过程:进行熔解的行动或过程

(4)

The quantity melted at a single operation or in one period.
融化量:单一操作中熔化的量,或在一定时期内熔化的量

(5)

A usually open sandwich topped with melted cheese:
三明治:顶部通常涂有融化的奶酪的三明治:
a tuna melt.
金枪鱼三明治
n.attributive.(定语名词)
Often used to modify another noun:
常用于修饰另一名词:
glacial melt water; the summer melt season.
冰川融的水;酷热的夏季

语源

(1)

Middle English melten
中古英语 melten

(2)

from Old English meltan * see mel- 1
源自 古英语 meltan *参见 mel- 1

继承用法

meltability
n.(名词)

meltable
adj.(形容词)

melter
n.(名词)

meltingly
adv.(副词)

melty
adj.(形容词)

参考词汇

(1)

meltfuseliquefythawdeliquesce

(2)

These verbs mean to change or cause to change into a liquid.
这些动词的意思均为“(使)变成液态”。

(3)

Melt implies liquefaction caused principally by heat:
Melt 主要指通过热力引起的液化:
The candle softened and melted in the sun.
蜡烛在太阳光下变软而熔解。
I melted the butter in a saucepan. Figuratively the term suggests gradual dispersion, dissipation, and disappearance:
我在长柄锅内熔解黄油。 这个词的比喻用法可以表示逐渐消散、消耗及消失:
“They melt like mist, the solid lands” (Tennyson).
“陆地就象雾气一般消失” (但尼生)。
“The usual reserve of their manner . . . has . . . melted away” (Thomas De Quincey).
“他们通常的沉默态度消失了” (托马斯·德·昆西)。

(4)

Melt can also mean to become softened in feeling, as through pity, sympathy, or love:
Melt 也可表示因怜悯、同情或爱等而变软,变温和:
His heart melted at the sight of the injured child.
当他看见那受伤的孩子时,他的心变软了。

(5)

Fuse primarily suggests the union of different constituents, such as two minerals, by or as if by heating:
Fuse 主要表示通过热作用将不同成分融合,例如两种矿物质的融合。
“It is the most formidable kind of faith—the kind that is emotionally fused with national pride” (Conor Cruise O'Brien).
“这是一种最难以动摇的信念——一种感情上融入了民族骄傲的信念” (康纳·克鲁斯·欧希赖恩)。

(6)

Liquefy, unlike the other terms in this group, is restricted to physical processes but is used of both gases and solids:
Liquefy 一词不同于这组词中的其他那些词,它只能用于指物理过程,但既可用于气体,也可用固体:
a process that is used to liquefy nitrogen.
用来使氮液化的过程。

(7)

Thaw applies to the partial or complete melting of something, such as ice, that is frozen; figuratively it suggests the softening or dissolution of something, as of formality or reserve, likened to a frozen substance:
Thaw 用于指某物,例如固体冰,其部分或全部地融解;其比喻用法表示某物的变软或消失,例如被比作冰冻物质的严谨或节制:
“The short, shy manner of their white-haired host thawed under the influence of Mrs. Elsmere's racy, unaffected ways” (Mrs. Humphry Ward). To deliquesce is to become liquid, usually gradually, through absorption of moisture from the air:
“在艾尔斯迈尔夫人自然大方的风格影响下,他们那位白发主人的局促害羞之感慢慢消失了” (亨福德·沃德夫人)。Deliquesce 表示通过吸收空气中水汽而逐渐变成液体:
“Pure chloride of sodium is not liable to deliquesce” (David Page).
“纯净的氯化钠是不易潮解的” (戴维·佩吉)

现代英汉词典

melt
[melt]
vt., vi.
melted, molten, melting

(1)

融化;熔化
Iron will melt when it is made very hot.
当铁烧得很热时就会熔化的。
The snow on top of the mountains melted away under the sun.
山顶上的雪在阳光下融化了。

(2)

软化(人的心肠或态度)

(3)

消失;使消失
The crowd melted away.
人群散去了。
The fog soon melted in the morning sun.
"在早晨阳光下,雾很快消散了。"

(4)

融合;逐渐溶入

习惯用语

melt in the mouth
入口即化

常用词组

melt down

(1)

熔化

(2)

彻底垮台

现代英汉综合大辞典

melt
[melt]
vi.
(melted; melted, molten[5mEultEn])

(1)

熔化, 融化

(2)

溶解

(3)

逐渐消散[消失]

(4)

(云等)变成雨

(5)

变柔润

(6)

(心等)变软, 产生怜悯的心情

(7)

[口]热极了

(8)

逐渐混合(into)
Iron melts at a great heat.
铁在高温下熔化。
The snow melted away.
雪化了。
Hills melt into the sky.
群山渐渐没入天际。
I'm simply melting(with heat).
我简直热死了。
In the rainbow one color melts into another.
在虹中一种颜色逐渐混入另一种颜色。
Her anger melted.
她的怒气消了。
She melted into tears.
她伤心得落泪。

词性变化

melt
[melt]
vt.

(1)

使熔化; 使融化; 使溶解

(2)

使感动, 使软化

(3)

使消散[失]

(4)

[俚]把(支票等)兑现
melt sugar in water
把糖溶于水
The sun melted the dark clouds.
日出驱散了乌云。
It is easy to melt ice.
融化冰很容易。
His pleading melted her.
他的恳求使她心软下来。

melt
[melt]
n.

(1)

熔[溶]解; 熔化了的金属

(2)

熔[溶]解量

(3)

熔炉的一次装料

习惯用语

melt away

(1)

融化; 消失; 消散

(2)

使心花怒放

(3)

(人)逐渐散去

melt (sth.) down
熔毁(金银器皿等); 熔化(金属); [谑]变卖(财产)

melt in the mouth
(食物)嫩软, 好吃极了

melt into

(1)

化为; 消散于...

(2)

因心软而...; 感动得...

(3)

熔成

特殊用法

cold melt
低温出钢; 冷装(熔炼)

consumable melt
自耗电极熔化

crucible-free zone melt
无坩埚区熔

dead melt
静熔

doped melt
掺杂的熔体

drip melt
滴熔法(电子轰击熔炼法)

fine melt
全熔炼

flash melt
快速熔化

fluxed melt
加溶盐熔体

Ga rich melt
富镓熔体

gassy melt
含气金属液

glass melt
玻璃熔体[溶液]

hot melt
热溶性

iron melt
铁水

liquid melt
熔融物

polymer melt
聚合物熔体

slack melt
半熔(炼); 弱(热)裂解

snow melt
融雪

stoichiometric melt
化学计量的熔体, 理想配比的熔体

vacuum melt
真空熔制

参考词汇
melt     dissolve     liquefy     thaw    
都含“熔化”、“溶解”的意思。

(1)

melt 指“通过加热把物质由固态变为液态”, 如:
Glass melts at high temperature.
玻璃在高温下熔化。

(2)

dissolve指“溶解”, 如:
dissolve sugar in water
把糖溶解在水中。

(3)

liquefy指“液化”, 即“把固体、气体变为液体”, 如:
Butter liquefies in heat.
奶油加热便溶解。

(4)

thaw指“通过加热把冰雪等冻凝的物体变为液体或半液体”, 如:
The ice has thawed.
冰已解冻。
solidify     freeze    

用法词典

melt
(源自古英语 meltan)

英文相关词典

melt
change    dissolve    liquefy    soften    freeze    solidify    

[七国语言]英汉电子大词典

melt
熔融

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

melt
熔化

[七国语言]英汉化学大词典

melt
溶融物

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

melt
融解, 溶解

[七国语言]英汉冶金大词典

melt
熔解

[七国语言]英汉原子能大词典

melt
熔化

美国传统词典

melt
melt
AHD:[mμlt]
D.J.[melt]
K.K.[mWlt]
v.
melt.ed, melt.ing, melts
v.intr.

(1)

To be changed from a solid to a liquid state by application of heat or pressure or both.

(2)

To dissolve:
Sugar melts in water.

(3)

To disappear or vanish gradually as if by dissolving:
The crowd melted away after the rally.

(4)

To pass or merge imperceptibly into something else:
Sea melted into sky along the horizon.

(5)

To become softened in feeling:
Our hearts melted at the child's tears.

(6)

Obsolete To be overcome or crushed, as by grief, dismay, or fear.
v.tr.

(1)

To change (a solid) to a liquid state by the application of heat or pressure or both.

(2)

To dissolve:
The tide melted our sand castle away.

(3)

To cause to disappear gradually; disperse.

(4)

To cause (units) to blend:
“Here individuals of all races are melted into a new race of men”(Michel Guillaume Jean de Crèvecoeur)

(5)

To soften (someone's feelings); make gentle or tender.
n.

(1)

A melted solid; a fused mass.

(2)

The state of being melted.

(3)

The act or operation of melting.

(4)

The quantity melted at a single operation or in one period.

(5)

A usually open sandwich topped with melted cheese:
a tuna melt.
n.attributive.
Often used to modify another noun:
glacial melt water; the summer melt season.

语源

(1)

Middle English melten

(2)

from Old English meltan * see mel- 1

继承用法

meltability
n.

meltable
adj.

melter
n.

meltingly
adv.

melty
adj.

参考词汇

(1)

melt, fuse, liquefy, thaw, deliquesce

(2)

These verbs mean to change or cause to change into a liquid.

(3)

Melt implies liquefaction caused principally by heat:
The candle softened and melted in the sun.
I melted the butter in a saucepan. Figuratively the term suggests gradual dispersion, dissipation, and disappearance:
“They melt like mist, the solid lands” (Tennyson).
“The usual reserve of their manner . . . has . . . melted away” (Thomas De Quincey).

(4)

Melt can also mean to become softened in feeling, as through pity, sympathy, or love:
His heart melted at the sight of the injured child.

(5)

Fuse primarily suggests the union of different constituents, such as two minerals, by or as if by heating:
“It is the most formidable kind of faith—the kind that is emotionally fused with national pride” (Conor Cruise O'Brien).

(6)

Liquefy, unlike the other terms in this group, is restricted to physical processes but is used of both gases and solids:
a process that is used to liquefy nitrogen.

(7)

Thaw applies to the partial or complete melting of something, such as ice, that is frozen; figuratively it suggests the softening or dissolution of something, as of formality or reserve, likened to a frozen substance:
“The short, shy manner of their white-haired host thawed under the influence of Mrs. Elsmere's racy, unaffected ways” (Mrs. Humphry Ward). To deliquesce is to become liquid, usually gradually, through absorption of moisture from the air:
“Pure chloride of sodium is not liable to deliquesce” (David Page).

英汉船舶大词典

melt
n.融化,熔体

英汉电信大词典

melt
n.熔融,熔料

英汉地质大词典

melt
n.熔化,熔融,熔化

英汉纺织大词典

melt
n.熔化,熔融,熔化物

英汉航海大词典

melt
n.换成现金

英汉航空大词典

melt
n.融化,熔化;n.熔解,溶解;n.使溶化,使熔化

英汉化学大词典

melt
n.熔化,溶化,熔化物,软化,消失,渐渐消失;vt.熔化,软化

英汉海运大词典

melt
熔解,溶解熔化物,熔化了的金属熔解量,溶化量熔化,溶化软化使熔化,使溶化,使软化

基本词义

melt
熔化融化

基本词义

melt
熔解,溶解熔化物,熔化了的金属熔解量,溶化量(使)熔化,(使)溶化(使)软化

基本词义

melt
溶化,软化,使熔化,使溶化,使软化,熔解,溶解,熔化物,熔化了的金属,熔解量,溶化量,熔化,融化

英汉经贸大词典

melt
n.换成现金

英汉计算机大词典

melt
vt.熔化(软化);n.溶化(溶体)

英汉机械大词典

melt
n.熔化,熔炼

英汉建筑大词典

melt
n.熔化,软化

英汉农牧林大词典

melt
n.熔化

英汉能源大词典

melt
n.熔化,熔融,熔化

英汉水利大词典

melt
n.熔,溶,融

英汉消防大词典

melt
熔化,溶解

英汉冶金大词典

melt
n.熔炼,熔体

英汉医学大词典

melt
n.熔化物

英汉中医大词典

melt
n.融化,熔化,溶化

英汉造纸大词典

melt
n.熔化,熔解,熔融

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