简明英汉词典

nice
[nais]
adj.
美好的, 和蔼的, 正派的, 细微的, 挑剔的, 精密的, 拘泥的

基本词义

Nice
[ni:s]
尼斯(法国港市)

美国传统词典[双解]

nice
nice
AHD:[nos]
D.J.[nais]
K.K.[na!s]
adj.(形容词)
nic.ernic.est

(1)

Pleasing and agreeable in nature:
愉快的,宜人的:在性质上合宜的,令人愉快的:
had a nice time.
玩得愉快

(2)

Having a pleasant or attractive appearance:
外表好看的:外表吸引人的或让人感觉舒畅的:
a nice dress; a nice face.
漂亮的晚礼服;美丽的脸

(3)

Exhibiting courtesy and politeness:
优雅的:显示谦虚和礼貌的:
a nice gesture.
优雅的姿势

(4)

Of good character and reputation; respectable.
高尚的,正派的:有好性格或声誉的;可尊敬的

(5)

Overdelicate or fastidious; fussy.
过分讲究的,难侍候的:过于精细或讲究的;过分注意细节的

(6)

Showing or requiring great precision or sensitive discernment; subtle:
精细的,敏感的:显示出或要求很高的精密度或敏锐的洞察力的;精细入微的:
a nice distinction; a nice sense of style.
精细入微的区别;对风尚的敏感

(7)

Done with delicacy and skill:
精细的:用细心或技巧来做的:
a nice bit of craft.
精工制做的手工艺品

(8)

Used as an intensive with and :
用作一个加强语义词,和“and” 联用:
nice and warm.
温暖而舒适

(9)

Obsolete
【废语】

(10)

Wanton; profligate:
肆意的;放荡的:
“For when mine hours/Were nice and lucky, men did ransom lives/Of me for jests”(Shakespeare)
“因为当我的时间/是肆意且幸运的时候,人们将我的赎罪生活/视作笑柄”(莎士比亚)

(11)

Affectedly modest; coy:
佯装谦恭的;忸怩的:
“Ere . . . /The nice Morn on th' Indian steep,/From her cabin'd loop-hole peep” (John Milton)
“在那时…/印第安 峭壁娇羞的晨曦/窥视她的小屋” (约翰·米尔顿)

语源

(1)

Middle English [foolish]
中古英语 [愚蠢的]

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin nescius [ignorant]
源自 拉丁语 nescius [无知的]

(4)

from nescoe [to be ignorant] * see nescience
源自 nescoe [缺乏知识的] *参见 nescience

继承用法

nicely
adv.(副词)

niceness
n.(名词)

基本词义

Nice
Nice
AHD:[n?s]
D.J.[ni8s]
K.K.[nis]
NONE(无词性)
A city of southeast France on the Mediterranean Sea northeast of Cannes. Controlled by various royal houses after the 13th century, the city was finally ceded to France in 1860. It is the leading resort city of the French Riviera and is known for its beaches, casinos, and luxurious hotels. Population, 337,085.
尼斯:法国东南部城市,在戛纳东北的地中海沿岸。13世纪以后被多个贵族家庭控制,1860年最终割让给法国。是法国沿海主要的旅游城市,并因它的沙滩、娱乐场和豪华宾馆闻名于世。人口337,085

现代英汉词典

nice
[naIs]
adj.

(1)

好的; 友善的;合人意的;漂亮的;令人愉快的
a nice shot
准确的射击
He was nice to us.
他对我们很友好。
How nice to see you!
见到你我很高兴!
Did you boys have a nice Christmas?; Did you boys have a nice time at Christmas?
孩子们,你们圣诞节过得愉快吗?
This shop sells nice fruit.
这家商店卖的水果好。

(2)

微妙的;细微的
a nice distinction
细微的区别

(3)

(用作反语)坏的;糟的;错的
You've got us into a nice mess!
你使我们陷入困境了!
You are a nice friend, you won't even lent me $5!
你真不够朋友,连5美元都不借给我。

现代英汉综合大辞典

nice
[nаis]
adj.

(1)

美好的; 令人愉快的; 和蔼可亲的; 友好的

(2)

高雅的; 有教养的; 正派的

(3)

敏锐的, 敏感的; 微妙的

(4)

精确的; 精密的; 细致的; 认真的

(5)

挑剔的, 爱讲究的

(6)

慎重的, 拘谨的

(7)

[讽]讨厌的, 坏的; 难的; 糟的
a nice trip to Venice
去威尼斯的一次愉快的旅行
a nice guy
(正派的)好人
nice girl
[美]有礼貌的女孩; 好女孩(有时指不活泼但一本正经的女孩)
a nice ear for sounds
听觉敏锐的耳朵
a nice distinction
细微的差别
nice scales
精密的天平
a nice experiment
一项细致的试验
nice blackberry
[美俚]无聊朋友, 讨厌的人
What a nice day !
多么好的天气 !
She is nice to everyone.
她对每个人都(友)好。
She is nice in her dress.
她衣着非常讲究。
He is very nice in his food.
他吃东西挑剔。
You are a nice fellow, I must say.
你真是个好家伙(意为讨厌的家伙)。
You've got us into a nice mess.
你使我们陷入困境。

继承用法

nice-looking
[`naIs`lJkIN]
adj.
漂亮的; 可爱的

niceness
n.

习惯用语

make (it) nice
[废]拘谨, 有顾虑; 含蓄, 免强

more nice than wise
因爱面子而损坏自己的实际利益

nice and
(后接形容词或副词, 表示满意或赞赏)很, 挺; ..得很

基本词义

Nice
[ni:s]
n.
尼斯(法国港市)

用法词典

nice
来自拉丁语nescire不知

英文相关词典

nice
agreeable    desirable    enjoyable    fine    good    gratifying    pleasing    satisfactory    coarse    nasty    ugly    

英汉双解计算机词典

NICE

网络信息和控制交换
Network Information and Control Exchange的缩写。

美国传统词典

nice
nice
AHD:[nos]
D.J.[nais]
K.K.[na!s]
adj.
nic.er, nic.est

(1)

Pleasing and agreeable in nature:
had a nice time.

(2)

Having a pleasant or attractive appearance:
a nice dress; a nice face.

(3)

Exhibiting courtesy and politeness:
a nice gesture.

(4)

Of good character and reputation; respectable.

(5)

Overdelicate or fastidious; fussy.

(6)

Showing or requiring great precision or sensitive discernment; subtle:
a nice distinction; a nice sense of style.

(7)

Done with delicacy and skill:
a nice bit of craft.

(8)

Used as an intensive with and :
nice and warm.

(9)

Obsolete

(10)

Wanton; profligate:
“For when mine hours/Were nice and lucky, men did ransom lives/Of me for jests”(Shakespeare)

(11)

Affectedly modest; coy:
“Ere . . . /The nice Morn on th' Indian steep,/From her cabin'd loop-hole peep” (John Milton)

语源

(1)

Middle English [foolish]

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin nescius [ignorant]

(4)

from nescoe [to be ignorant] * see nescience

继承用法

nicely
adv.

niceness
n.

基本词义

Nice
Nice
AHD:[n?s]
D.J.[ni8s]
K.K.[nis]
NONE
A city of southeast France on the Mediterranean Sea northeast of Cannes. Controlled by various royal houses after the 13th century, the city was finally ceded to France in 1860. It is the leading resort city of the French Riviera and is known for its beaches, casinos, and luxurious hotels. Population, 337,085.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

NICE
= Normal Input/output Control Executive,标准输入输出控制执行程序

英汉地质大词典

nice
n.国家陶瓷工程师学会

英汉航海大词典

nice
n.好的

英汉化学大词典

nice
adj.美好的,有趣的,敏锐的

英汉经贸大词典

nice
n.好的

英汉计算机大词典

nice
adj.美好的(有趣的,敏锐的;n.好的(美好的,敏锐的

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