简明英汉词典

mentor
[5mentC:]
n.
[希神]门特(良师益友), 贤明的顾问, 导师, 指导者

美国传统词典[双解]

mentor
men.tor
AHD:[mμn“t?r”, -t…r]
D.J.[6men7t%8r, -t*]
K.K.[6mWn7t%r, -t+]
n.(名词)

(1)

A wise and trusted counselor or teacher.
贤明和忠实的顾问或良师

(2)

Mentor Greek Mythology Odysseus's trusted counselor, under whose disguise Athena became the guardian and teacher of Telemachus.
Mentor 【希腊神话】 孟托:奥德赛的忠实顾问,雅典娜通过装扮成他而成为忒勒马科斯的保护人及老师
v.(动词)
men.toredmen.tor.ingmen.tors【非正式用语】
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To serve as a trusted counselor or teacher, especially in occupational settings.
指导者:作为忠实的顾问或良师,尤指在职业环境中
v.tr.(及物动词)
To serve as a trusted counselor or teacher to (another person).
导师:作为(另一个人)的忠实顾问或良师

语源

(1)

French Mentor [Mentor]
法语 Mentor [孟托]

(2)

from Latin Ment?r
源自 拉丁语 Ment?r

(3)

from Greek * see men- 1
源自 希腊语 *参见 men- 1

注释
The word mentor is an example of the way in which the great works of literature live on without our knowing it. The word has recently gained currency in the professional world, where it is thought to be a good idea to have a mentor, a wise and trusted counselor, guiding one's career, preferably in the upper reaches of the organization. We owe this word to the more heroic age of Homer, in whose Odyssey Mentor is the trusted friend of Odysseus left in charge of the household during Odysseus's absence. More important for our usage of the word mentor, Athena disguised as Mentor guides Odysseus's son Telemachus in his search for his father. Fénelon in his romance Télémaque (1699) emphasized Mentor as a character, and so it was that in French (1749) and English (1750) mentor, going back through Latin to a Greek name, became a common noun meaning “wise counselor,” first recorded in 1750. Mentor is an appropriate name for such a person because it probably meant “adviser” in Greek and comes from the Indo-European root men- 1, meaning “to think.”
词语mentor 使我们看到了伟大的文学作品是如何在我们毫无察觉的情况下而经久而不衰的。 这个词最近开始在职业界通用起来,在职业界中,能有一个“良师”, 一个忠实而又聪明的顾问来指导你的职业生涯,尤其是你的提升,真不失为一个好办法。这个词来源于荷马英雄时代,在荷马史诗Odyssey 中,孟托是奥德赛的忠实朋友,奥德赛出征时将其留下以掌管家事。 对于我们今天mentor 这个词的用法更为重要的一个事实是, 雅典娜将自己装扮成孟托而引导奥德赛之子忒勒马科斯去寻找他的父亲。费奈隆在他的传奇故事泰雷马克历险记 (1699年)中强调了孟托这一人物, 正因为如此,这一从一个希腊人名经拉丁文演化而来的词mentor 在法语(1749年)和英语(1750年)中成了一个意为“贤明的顾问”的普通名词, 并在1750年被首次记载。Mentor 对于一个贤明的顾问是个合适的名称, 因为它在希腊语中可能有“顾问”之意,而且源自印欧语词根men- 1, 又有“思考”之意

基本词义

Mentor
Men.tor
AHD:[mμn“t…r]
D.J.[6ment*]
K.K.[6mWnt+]
NONE(无词性)
A city of northeast Ohio, a residential suburb of Cleveland on Lake Erie. Population, 47,358.
门托:美国俄亥俄州东北部一城市,位于伊利湖畔。它是克利夫兰的居民郊区。人口47,358

现代英汉词典

mentor
[5mentC:(r)]
n.
导师;顾问

现代英汉综合大辞典

mentor
[5mentC:]
n.

(1)

顾问; 辅导教师; 私人教师; 指导人; (美国足球)教练

(2)

师傅, 良师益友, [Mentor ]曼托尔(希腊史诗《奥德赛》中奥德修斯的忠诚朋友, 奥德修斯儿子的良师)

(3)

蒙导(者)

继承用法

mentorship
n.

特殊用法

pollen mentor
花粉蒙导

preliminary mentor
预先蒙导

root mentor
根蒙导

scion mentor
接穗蒙导

sexual mentor
有性蒙导

stock mentor
砧木蒙导

美国传统词典

mentor
men.tor
AHD:[mμn“t?r”, -t…r]
D.J.[6men7t%8r, -t*]
K.K.[6mWn7t%r, -t+]
n.

(1)

A wise and trusted counselor or teacher.

(2)

Mentor Greek Mythology Odysseus's trusted counselor, under whose disguise Athena became the guardian and teacher of Telemachus.
v.
men.tored, men.tor.ing, men.torsInformal
v.intr.
To serve as a trusted counselor or teacher, especially in occupational settings.
v.tr.
To serve as a trusted counselor or teacher to (another person).

语源

(1)

French Mentor [Mentor]

(2)

from Latin Ment?r

(3)

from Greek * see men- 1

注释
The word mentor is an example of the way in which the great works of literature live on without our knowing it. The word has recently gained currency in the professional world, where it is thought to be a good idea to have a mentor, a wise and trusted counselor, guiding one's career, preferably in the upper reaches of the organization. We owe this word to the more heroic age of Homer, in whose Odyssey Mentor is the trusted friend of Odysseus left in charge of the household during Odysseus's absence. More important for our usage of the word mentor, Athena disguised as Mentor guides Odysseus's son Telemachus in his search for his father. Fénelon in his romance Télémaque (1699) emphasized Mentor as a character, and so it was that in French (1749) and English (1750) mentor, going back through Latin to a Greek name, became a common noun meaning “wise counselor,” first recorded in 1750. Mentor is an appropriate name for such a person because it probably meant “adviser” in Greek and comes from the Indo-European root men- 1, meaning “to think.”

基本词义

Mentor
Men.tor
AHD:[mμn“t…r]
D.J.[6ment*]
K.K.[6mWnt+]
NONE
A city of northeast Ohio, a residential suburb of Cleveland on Lake Erie. Population, 47,358.

英汉法学大词典

mentor
n.教师

英汉航海大词典

mentor
n.顾问

英汉化学大词典

mentor
n.指导者

英汉经贸大词典

mentor
n.顾问

英汉计算机大词典

mentor
n.指导者

英汉能源大词典

mentor
n.指导者

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