简明英汉词典

numb
[nQm]
adj.
麻木的
v.
失去知觉

美国传统词典[双解]

numb
numb
AHD:[n?m]
D.J.[n(m]
K.K.[n(m]
adj.(形容词)
numb.ernumb.est

(1)

Deprived of the power to feel or move normally; benumbed:
麻木的,失去感觉的:失去正常感觉或移动能力的;麻木的:
toes numb with cold; too numb with fear to cry out.
冻麻的脚趾;吓得呆住了而叫喊不出声来

(2)

Emotionally unresponsive; indifferent:
无动于衷的:没感情的;冷淡的:
numb to yet another appeal.
对又一个请求无动于衷
v.tr.intr.(及物动词和不及物动词)
numbednumb.ingnumbs
To make or become numb.
使…麻木,变麻木

语源

(1)

Middle English nome
中古英语 nome

(2)

variant of nomin [past participle of] nimen [to seize]
nomin的变体 [] nimen的过去分词 [抓住]

(3)

from Old English niman * see nem-
源自 古英语 niman *参见 nem-

继承用法

numbly
adv.(副词)

numbness
n.(名词)

注释
One of the more frequently used words in English, take, is evidence of the importance of the Scandinavian influence on English. Chiefly Danes and Norwegians, the invaders and settlers of the 8th through the 11th century contributed more than 900 words to the English language, but perhaps few so important as take. The Old Norse word taka was adopted as Old English tacan, the ancestor of our take. But Old English already had a word that paralleled tacan in sense, and that was niman. In Middle English nimen, from niman, still thrived, but by the 16th century the word had all but disappeared, surviving today only as nim in the archaic sense “to steal.” However, all was not lost, for the past participle of nimen, nomin, was used as an adjective, meaning “deprived of the power of movement, unable to move, paralyzed.” We know this word in the form numb, from which the new verb numb has been derived.
一个更为使用频繁的英语单词take, 是斯堪的纳维亚语对英语重要影响的证明。 侵略者和移民者,主要是丹麦和挪威人从8世纪到11世纪为英语带来了900多个单词,但是可能都没有take 一词重要。 古斯堪的纳维亚语taka 一词被古英语采用成为 tacan , 是take 的前身。 但古英语中已知有一个词在意义上和tacan 相同, 即niman 。 中古英语中,来自niman 的 nimen 仍很盛行, 但在16世纪这个词几乎消失了,到今天nim 只是作古义表示“偷”的含义出现。 但是,不是所有意义都失去了,nimen,nomin 的过去分词,作形容词用, 指“失去了移动能力的,动不了的,麻木的”。我们以numb 的形式知道了这个词, 从中派生出新的动词numb

现代英汉词典

numb
[nQm]
adj.
(常与with连用)失去知觉的;麻木的
numb with cold
冻僵

词性变化

numb
vt.
使麻木;使失去知觉
fingers numbed with cold
被冻麻木了的手指

现代英汉综合大辞典

numb
[nQm]
adj.
麻木的, 失去感觉的; 冻僵了的(with); 钝的
numb with cold
冻僵
a numb hand
[俚]蠢物

词性变化

numb
[nQm]
vt.
使失去感觉, 使冻僵
He was numbed with grief.
他因悲伤而昏迷了。

继承用法

numbskull
[`nQmskQl]
n.
(=numskull)[口]笨蛋, 蠢货

numbly
adv.

numbness
n.

参考词汇
numb     insensible    
都含“麻木的”意思。

(1)

numb指“麻木的”、“失去感觉的”, 如:
fingers numb with cold
冻僵的手指。

(2)

insensible指“无感觉的”、“麻木的”, 如:
When your hands are frozen, they become insensible.
当你的手冻僵的时候, 它们就没有知觉了。

基本词义

Numb

(1)

=numbered;

(2)

number(s)

英文相关词典

numb
dull    insensitive    unfeeling    

美国传统词典

numb
numb
AHD:[n?m]
D.J.[n(m]
K.K.[n(m]
adj.
numb.er, numb.est

(1)

Deprived of the power to feel or move normally; benumbed:
toes numb with cold; too numb with fear to cry out.

(2)

Emotionally unresponsive; indifferent:
numb to yet another appeal.
v.tr.intr.
numbed, numb.ing, numbs
To make or become numb.

语源

(1)

Middle English nome

(2)

variant of nomin [past participle of] nimen [to seize]

(3)

from Old English niman * see nem-

继承用法

numbly
adv.

numbness
n.

注释
One of the more frequently used words in English, take, is evidence of the importance of the Scandinavian influence on English. Chiefly Danes and Norwegians, the invaders and settlers of the 8th through the 11th century contributed more than 900 words to the English language, but perhaps few so important as take. The Old Norse word taka was adopted as Old English tacan, the ancestor of our take. But Old English already had a word that paralleled tacan in sense, and that was niman. In Middle English nimen, from niman, still thrived, but by the 16th century the word had all but disappeared, surviving today only as nim in the archaic sense “to steal.” However, all was not lost, for the past participle of nimen, nomin, was used as an adjective, meaning “deprived of the power of movement, unable to move, paralyzed.” We know this word in the form numb, from which the new verb numb has been derived.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

NUMB
= NUMBer,数字,号数,号码

英汉化学大词典

numb
adj.麻痹的;vt.使...麻木

英汉计算机大词典

numb
adj.麻痹的;vt.使...麻木

英汉能源大词典

numb
n.数字

英汉心理学大词典

numb
麻木的

英汉医学大词典

numb
n.麻木的

英汉中医大词典

numb
n.麻木的,失去知觉的,使麻木的使麻痹

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