简明英汉词典

mirth
[mE:W]
n.
欢笑, 高兴

美国传统词典[双解]

mirth
mirth
AHD:[m?rth]
D.J.[m*8G]
K.K.[m)G]
n.(名词)
Gladness and gaiety, especially when expressed by laughter.
欢乐:欢乐和愉快,尤指用笑来表达

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English myrgth * see mregh-u-
源自 古英语 myrgth *参见 mregh-u-

参考词汇

(1)

mirthmerrimentjollityhilarityglee

(2)

These nouns denote a state of joyful exuberance.
这些名词都指示洋溢着欢乐的状态。

(3)

Mirth stresses lightheartedness and gaiety; it often suggests easy laughter:
Mirth 强调的是心情轻松和欢愉,它通常暗示着轻松的笑声:
“Again the young friends gave way to their mirth” (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow).
“年轻的朋友们又一次欢笑起来” (亨利·华兹渥斯·朗费罗)。

(4)

Merriment is high-spirited fun and enjoyment:
Merriment 是一种情绪很高的快乐和欢愉:
Her escapades were a subject of merriment in the sorority house.
在女生联谊会中,她的恶作剧总是欢乐的根源。

(5)

Jollity applies to convivial merriment or celebration:
Jollity 指的是欢宴作乐的欢乐或庆典:
“Perhaps [an English pub is] a place of rural jollity with log fires crackling and grinning farm lads slurping pints and squaring up to the dart board” (John Mortimer).
“也许 是乡间欢乐的地方——木柴燃烧在发出爆裂声,咧嘴笑着的、咕嘟咕嘟地喝着一品脱一品脱酒的农场工们正围在飞标靶旁边” (约翰·莫蒂默)。

(6)

Hilarity is great, often uproarious merriment:
Hilarity 指的是强烈的,经常是爆发性的欢乐:
“Fan the sinking flame of hilarity with the wing of friendship; and pass the rosy wine” (Charles Dickens).
“用友谊将正在熄灭的欢乐火焰重新扇起;并传递着玫瑰色的美酒” (查理斯·狄更斯)。

(7)

Glee applies especially to jubilant delight resulting from a particular circumstance, such as winning a victory (
Glee 特指由某一特定情景导致的欢腾中的快乐,如赢得胜利(
Her glee knew no bounds when she crossed the finish line first); it may suggest spiteful pleasure such as that experienced at another's bad fortune (
当她第一个冲过终线时她简直高兴极了); 这一词也暗含一种不高尚的欢乐,如当别人倒霉时幸灾乐祸的愉快(
He laughed with glee when he learned of his opponent's defeat).
当得知对手失败时,他不免有些幸灾乐祸)

现代英汉词典

mirth
[m\:W]
n.
欢乐;欢笑

现代英汉综合大辞典

mirth
[mE:W]
n.
欢乐, 欢笑

用法词典

mirth
(中古英语myrthe<古英语myrgth高兴)

英文相关词典

mirth
amusement    fun    glee    joy    laughter    levity    merriment    grief    melancholy    sadness    sorrow    

美国传统词典

mirth
mirth
AHD:[m?rth]
D.J.[m*8G]
K.K.[m)G]
n.
Gladness and gaiety, especially when expressed by laughter.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English myrgth * see mregh-u-

参考词汇

(1)

mirth, merriment, jollity, hilarity, glee

(2)

These nouns denote a state of joyful exuberance.

(3)

Mirth stresses lightheartedness and gaiety; it often suggests easy laughter:
“Again the young friends gave way to their mirth” (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow).

(4)

Merriment is high-spirited fun and enjoyment:
Her escapades were a subject of merriment in the sorority house.

(5)

Jollity applies to convivial merriment or celebration:
“Perhaps [an English pub is] a place of rural jollity with log fires crackling and grinning farm lads slurping pints and squaring up to the dart board” (John Mortimer).

(6)

Hilarity is great, often uproarious merriment:
“Fan the sinking flame of hilarity with the wing of friendship; and pass the rosy wine” (Charles Dickens).

(7)

Glee applies especially to jubilant delight resulting from a particular circumstance, such as winning a victory (
Her glee knew no bounds when she crossed the finish line first); it may suggest spiteful pleasure such as that experienced at another's bad fortune (
He laughed with glee when he learned of his opponent's defeat).

英汉化学大词典

mirth
n.高兴

英汉计算机大词典

mirth
n.高兴

英汉能源大词典

mirth
n.高兴

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