简明英汉词典

nod
[nCd]
v.

(1)

点头, 点...

(2)

n.点头

美国传统词典[双解]

nod
nod
AHD:[n?d]
D.J.[n%d]
K.K.[n$d]
v.(动词)
nod.dednod.dingnods
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To lower and raise the head quickly, as in agreement or acknowledgment.
点头:快速地低下并抬起头,如表示同意或致意

(2)

To let the head fall forward when sleepy; doze momentarily:
打盹:当困倦时头向前垂着;短时的小睡:
nodded off on the train.
在火车上打瞌睡

(3)

To be careless or momentarily inattentive as if sleepy; lapse:
过失:不小心或好象困了一时疏忽;失误:
Even Homer nods.
即使荷马也疏忽

(4)

To sway, move up and down, or droop, as flowers in the wind.
上下摆动:弯曲上下来回移动或垂下,如在风中的花朵
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To lower and raise (the head) quickly in agreement or acknowledgment.
点(头等):快速地低下并抬起(头)以示同意或致意

(2)

To express by lowering and raising the head:
点头表示:通过点头表示:
He nodded his agreement.
他点头表示同意

(3)

To summon, guide, or send by nodding the head:
点头示意:通过点头来召唤,指引或使去:
The chairperson nodded us into the room.
那位主席点头示意将我们引起屋子,
n.(名词)

(1)

A forward or up-and-down movement of the head, usually expressive of drowsiness or agreement:
点头:头的向前或上下移动的动作,通常为困倦或同意的表达:
gave a nod of affirmation.
点头确认

(2)

An indication of approval or assent:
同意:表示同意或赞成的信号:
The contestant got the nod from the judges.
选手从裁判那获得了同意的信号

语源
Middle English nodden ; akin to perhaps akin to Middle High German notten
中古英语 nodden ;类似于 可能类似于 中古高地德语 notten

继承用法

nodder
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

nod
[nRd]
vt., vi.
-dd-

(1)

点头
She nodded to show that she agreed with me.
她点头表示同意我的意见。

(2)

打盹;打瞌睡
I nodded off in the meeting and didn't hear what was said.
我在会上打瞌睡,没有听到别人说了些什么。

(3)

摆动;低垂
Trees nod in the wind.
树在风中摇曳。

词性变化

nod
n.
点头
He greeted me with a nod.
他点头向我打招呼。

现代英汉综合大辞典

nod
[nCd]
vi.
(nodded; nodding)

(1)

点头(表示同意或打招呼)

(2)

打盹, 瞌睡

(3)

不专心、不留意而失误

(4)

(树梢、花等)摇曳; 摆动

(5)

(建筑物)倾斜
nod to sb.
向某人打招呼
nodding in an armchair
坐在椅子上打瞌睡
Flowers nod in the breeze.
花在微风中摇动。

词性变化

nod
[nCd]
vt.

(1)

点(头); 点头表示(同意等)

(2)

使屈服; 使弯曲; 使低垂; 使摇摆
nod sb. a welcome
向某人表示欢迎
nod sb. back
点头表示某人回来
nod one's farewell
点头告别

nod
[nCd]
n.

(1)

点头

(2)

打盹

(3)

(树梢等)摆动

继承用法

nodder
n.

习惯用语

A nod is as good as a wink (to a blind horse). (=A wink is as good as a nod.)
对瞎马点头和眨眼都一样(指反正都看不见); 不必多说; 一暗示就明白。

be at sb.'s nod (=be dependent on sb.'s nod)
完全听命于某人, 受某人支配

drop a nod
行屈膝礼

get the nod
得到许可; 被选中

give the nod
[口]认可, 批准, 选中

Even Homer sometimes nods.
智者千虑, 必有一失。

have a nodding acqauinance with
点头之交;对...略知一二

Land of N-(=the land of N-)
睡乡;【圣】睡眠

on the nod
[俚]赊购; 以默契方式, 无异议地; 未经正式手续的; (吸毒后)陷入昏昏欲睡的状态

nod and shake the spheres
睥睨一世

nodding to its fall
摇摇欲坠

用法词典

nod
中古英语nodden<古英语hnossian敲

英文相关词典

nod
bend    bob    bow    signal    tip    

美国传统词典

nod
nod
AHD:[n?d]
D.J.[n%d]
K.K.[n$d]
v.
nod.ded, nod.ding, nods
v.intr.

(1)

To lower and raise the head quickly, as in agreement or acknowledgment.

(2)

To let the head fall forward when sleepy; doze momentarily:
nodded off on the train.

(3)

To be careless or momentarily inattentive as if sleepy; lapse:
Even Homer nods.

(4)

To sway, move up and down, or droop, as flowers in the wind.
v.tr.

(1)

To lower and raise (the head) quickly in agreement or acknowledgment.

(2)

To express by lowering and raising the head:
He nodded his agreement.

(3)

To summon, guide, or send by nodding the head:
The chairperson nodded us into the room.
n.

(1)

A forward or up-and-down movement of the head, usually expressive of drowsiness or agreement:
gave a nod of affirmation.

(2)

An indication of approval or assent:
The contestant got the nod from the judges.

语源
Middle English nodden ; akin to perhaps akin to Middle High German notten

继承用法

nodder
n.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

NOD
= Network Out-Dialing,网路拨号

英汉化学大词典

nod
vi.点头,打瞌睡,偶尔出错,遥摆,倾斜;n.点头,打瞌睡,偶尔出错,摇摆,倾斜

英汉计算机大词典

nod
n.点头(上下摆动,左右摇摆;vi.点头(打瞌睡,偶尔出错

英汉机械大词典

nod
n.点头,倾斜

航空英语缩写词典

NOD
Night Observation Device 夜间观察装置

英汉医学大词典

nod
n.点头

英汉中医大词典

nod
n.点头,瞌睡,上部向前或向下快速曲或摆动

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