简明英汉词典

noticeable
[5nEutisEbl]
adj.
显而易见的, 值得注意的

美国传统词典[双解]

noticeable
no.tice.a.ble
AHD:[n?“t1-s…-b…l]
D.J.[6noutis*b*l]
K.K.[6not!s*b*l]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Evident; observable:
明显的;能被察觉的:
noticeable changes in temperature; a noticeable lack of friendliness.
气温显著的变化;明显的缺少友好

(2)

Worthy of notice; significant.
重要的:值得注意的;有意义的

继承用法

noticeability
n.(名词)

noticeably
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

noticeableobservablemarkedconspicuousprominentoutstandingsalientremarkablesignalarrestingstriking

(2)

These adjectives mean attracting notice.
这些词意为引起注意。

(3)

Noticeable and observable both refer to something that can be readily noticed or observed:
Noticeable 和observable 都形容能被注意或察觉的事物:
“His long, feminine eyelashes were very noticeable” (Joseph Conrad).
“他那长长的,女人似的睫毛很引人注意” (约瑟夫·康拉德)。
The movements of the prowler were observable from the window. What is marked is emphatically evident:
从窗户那很容易注意到来回走动的徘徊者。 Marked 形容的是格外地引人注意的事物:
He walks with a marked limp.
他明显地一瘸一拐地走。
The play is a marked success.
这个戏剧格外成功。

(4)

Conspicuous applies to what is immediately apparent and noteworthy:
Conspicuous 形容立即明显或值得注意的事物:
Her outlandish attire made her conspicuous in the crowd.
她异国风格的服饰使她在人群中很打眼。
“Conspicuous consumption of valuable goods is a means of repuability to the gentleman of leisure” (Thorstein Veblen).
“对贵重物品引人注目的消费是享乐绅士们的声誉” (托斯丁·韦布伦)。

(5)

Prominent and outstanding connote a standing out among others, especially others of its kind:
Prominent 和outstonding 表示高于众人,尤指同类人中的一些:
A new theory of the origin of language is the most prominent feature of the book.
关于语言起源的新理论是这本书显著的一个特点。
Einstein and Churchill were among the outstanding figures of the 20th century. What is salient is so prominent and consequential that it seems to leap out and claim the attention:
爱因斯坦和丘吉尔是20世纪杰出人物。 Salient 指非常显著和重要以致于跳出来引起注意:
“Defenders of the pit bull always seem to miss the salient point that it is the ferocity of the bite, not the number of bites, that has made the dog so feared today” (Sports Illustrated).
“工头的保护者们似乎总是忽略最关键的一点,是咬的凶猛而不是咬的次数才使得狗如此可怕” (斯鲍兹·艾拉斯托德)。

(6)

Remarkable describes what elicits comment because it is unusual or extraordinary:
Remarkable 表示那些因不平常和杰出而引出的评论:
“This story of Mongolian conquests is surely the most remarkable in all history” (H.G. Wells).
“这个关于蒙古征服者的故事无疑是整个历史中最突出的部分” (H·G·威尔斯)。

(7)

Signal suggests that something is notably remarkable:
Signal 指显著的某事:
“I had an Opportunity of doing his Majesty . . . a most signal Service” (Jonathan Swift).
“我有机会为陛下服务…一个最光荣的使命” (乔纳森·斯威福特)。

(8)

Arresting applies to what attracts and holds the attention:
Arresting 指引起和抓住注意的:
The Miraculous Mandarin is one of Bartók's most arresting compositions.
《不可思议的达官贵人》是巴尔托克最引人注目的作品之一。

(9)

Striking describes something that seizes the attention and produces a vivid impression on the sight or the mind:
Striking 指那些在视觉和心理上引起注意和产生鲜明印象的事物:
The child bears a striking resemblance to the parents. See also Synonyms at perceptible
这个孩子极像他父母 参见同义词 perceptible

现代英汉词典

noticeable
[5nEJtIsEb(E)l]
adj.
显而易见的; 值得注意的
The hole in your trousers is not noticeable.
你裤子上的洞不明显。

现代英汉综合大辞典

noticeable
[5nEutisEbl]
adj.
显而易见的, 显著的; 值得[引人]注意的, 重要的

继承用法

-ably
adv.

用法词典

noticeable
notice注意+ -able可…的

美国传统词典

noticeable
no.tice.a.ble
AHD:[n?“t1-s…-b…l]
D.J.[6noutis*b*l]
K.K.[6not!s*b*l]
adj.

(1)

Evident; observable:
noticeable changes in temperature; a noticeable lack of friendliness.

(2)

Worthy of notice; significant.

继承用法

noticeability
n.

noticeably
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

noticeable, observable, marked, conspicuous, prominent, outstanding, salient, remarkable, signal, arresting, striking

(2)

These adjectives mean attracting notice.

(3)

Noticeable and observable both refer to something that can be readily noticed or observed:
“His long, feminine eyelashes were very noticeable” (Joseph Conrad).
The movements of the prowler were observable from the window. What is marked is emphatically evident:
He walks with a marked limp.
The play is a marked success.

(4)

Conspicuous applies to what is immediately apparent and noteworthy:
Her outlandish attire made her conspicuous in the crowd.
“Conspicuous consumption of valuable goods is a means of repuability to the gentleman of leisure” (Thorstein Veblen).

(5)

Prominent and outstanding connote a standing out among others, especially others of its kind:
A new theory of the origin of language is the most prominent feature of the book.
Einstein and Churchill were among the outstanding figures of the 20th century. What is salient is so prominent and consequential that it seems to leap out and claim the attention:
“Defenders of the pit bull always seem to miss the salient point that it is the ferocity of the bite, not the number of bites, that has made the dog so feared today” (Sports Illustrated).

(6)

Remarkable describes what elicits comment because it is unusual or extraordinary:
“This story of Mongolian conquests is surely the most remarkable in all history” (H.G. Wells).

(7)

Signal suggests that something is notably remarkable:
“I had an Opportunity of doing his Majesty . . . a most signal Service” (Jonathan Swift).

(8)

Arresting applies to what attracts and holds the attention:
The Miraculous Mandarin is one of Bartók's most arresting compositions.

(9)

Striking describes something that seizes the attention and produces a vivid impression on the sight or the mind:
The child bears a striking resemblance to the parents. See also Synonyms at perceptible

英汉化学大词典

noticeable
adj.引人注意的,容易看见的,显著的

英汉计算机大词典

noticeable
adj.引人注意的(容易看见的,显著的);n.显著的(令人注目的,重要的)

英汉心理学大词典

noticeable
可觉察的

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