简明英汉词典

obedient
[E5bi:djEnt, -diEnt]
adj.
服从的, 孝顺的

美国传统词典[双解]

obedient
o.be.di.ent
AHD:[?-b?“d?-…nt]
D.J.[ou6bi8di8*nt]
K.K.[o6bidi*nt]
adj.(形容词)
Dutifully complying with the commands, orders, or instructions of one in authority.
服从的,顺从的:对上级命令、指示或指令服从的

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin oboedi?s oboedient- [present participle of] oboedore [to obey] * see obey
源自 拉丁语 oboedi?s oboedient- [] oboedore的现在分词 [服从] *参见 obey

继承用法

obediently
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

obedientbiddablecompliantacquiescentsubmissivedocileamenabletractable

(2)

These adjectives mean carrying or willing to carry out the orders, requests, or wishes of another.
这些形容词的含义是执行或愿意执行别人的命令、要求或希望。

(3)

Obedient implies acceptance of and submission to authority:
Obedient 暗示对权力的服从与接受:
an obedient pupil;
听话的学生;
an obedient soldier.
服从命令的士兵。
“The obedient colonies in this scheme are heavily taxed; the refractory remain unburdened” (Edmund Burke). One who is biddable follows directions or obeys commands:
“这一体系中顺从的殖民地赋税很重;难以控制的殖民地没有负担” (埃德蒙·伯克)。一个briddable 的人服从命令或听从指挥:
“A more gentle and biddable invalid . . . can hardly be conceived” (Henry Kingsley).
“再没有一个病人会这样温柔和听话了” (亨利·金斯利)。

(4)

Compliant and acquiescent suggest a disposition to yield to authority meekly and without protest:
Compliant 和acquiescent 指温顺地没有反抗地屈从于权力的性情:
children compliant with the parental will;
孩子顺从父母的意愿;
too acquiescent to challenge the propriety of offering a bribe.
对爱赌的行为太过默许而不反对。

(5)

Submissive implies an inclination or a willingness to submit without resistance and sometimes with deference to the control of another:
Submissive 暗示一种毫无反抗的屈服,而且有时对他人的控制怀有敬意的屈服倾向或意愿:
“replacing the troublemakers with more submissive people from the masses of unemployed” (Suzanne Muchnic). One who is docile is receptive to being taught and willing to be led, supervised, or directed by another:
“以失业群众中顺从者取代惹事生非者” (苏珊娜·穆什尼克)。一个docile 的人易接受教导且愿意被别人领导、监督和指挥:
“A State which dwarfs its men, in order that they may be more docile instruments in its hands even for beneficial purposes—will find that with small men no great thing can really be accomplished” (John Stuart Mill).
“一个为了使人民成为它手中顺从的工具而阻碍人们发展的国家,即使为了有益处的目的——也会发现卑微的人不会真正办成大事” (约翰·斯图亚特·穆勒)。

(6)

Amenable suggests an agreeable responsiveness to authority, advice, or suggestion:
Amendable 指为对权力、建议或意见表示同意的反应:
a high-spirited and rebellious girl not at all amenable to persuasion.
一个泼辣而反叛的女孩根本不听从劝告。

(7)

Tractable applies to those who can be handled, dealt with, or managed, especially with ease:
Tracfable 用于指可以,特别是很容易就可以被应付、对付或操纵的人:
“the natives . . . being . . . of an intelligent tractable disposition” (Samuel Butler).
“性情聪明温顺的当地人” (塞缪尔·巴特勒)

现代英汉词典

obedient
[EJ5bi:dIEnt]
adj.
服从的;顺从的
He is an obedient and well-behaved child.
他是个顺从和循规蹈矩的孩子。

现代英汉综合大辞典

obedient
[E5bi:djEnt, -diEnt]
adj.
服从的; 顺从的; 忠顺的; 孝顺的
be obedient to one's parents
顺从[孝顺]父母
Your (most) obedient servant
拜上; 谨启(等)(信尾用语)

继承用法

obediently
[EJ`bi:dIEntlI]
adv.

参考词汇
obedient     docile     tractable     compliant    
意思都含“顺从的”。

(1)

obedient指“对权威或控制自己的人的命令、指示顺从的”, 如:
an obedient child
听话的孩子。

(2)

docile指“性格温顺而无意反抗的”, 如:
a docile wife
温顺的妻子。

(3)

tractable 指“易管理或控制的”, 如:
a tractable horse
驯服的马。

(4)

compliant 指“愿意顺从别人的”, 如:
A compliant person gives in easily to other people's views.
一个(性格)温顺的人很容易顺从别人的意见。
disobedient     refractory     stubborn    

用法词典

obedient
来自拉丁语obedire服从

英文相关词典

obedient
disobedient    

美国传统词典

obedient
o.be.di.ent
AHD:[?-b?“d?-…nt]
D.J.[ou6bi8di8*nt]
K.K.[o6bidi*nt]
adj.
Dutifully complying with the commands, orders, or instructions of one in authority.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin oboedi?s oboedient- [present participle of] oboedore [to obey] * see obey

继承用法

obediently
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

obedient, biddable, compliant, acquiescent, submissive, docile, amenable, tractable

(2)

These adjectives mean carrying or willing to carry out the orders, requests, or wishes of another.

(3)

Obedient implies acceptance of and submission to authority:
an obedient pupil;
an obedient soldier.
“The obedient colonies in this scheme are heavily taxed; the refractory remain unburdened” (Edmund Burke). One who is biddable follows directions or obeys commands:
“A more gentle and biddable invalid . . . can hardly be conceived” (Henry Kingsley).

(4)

Compliant and acquiescent suggest a disposition to yield to authority meekly and without protest:
children compliant with the parental will;
too acquiescent to challenge the propriety of offering a bribe.

(5)

Submissive implies an inclination or a willingness to submit without resistance and sometimes with deference to the control of another:
“replacing the troublemakers with more submissive people from the masses of unemployed” (Suzanne Muchnic). One who is docile is receptive to being taught and willing to be led, supervised, or directed by another:
“A State which dwarfs its men, in order that they may be more docile instruments in its hands even for beneficial purposes—will find that with small men no great thing can really be accomplished” (John Stuart Mill).

(6)

Amenable suggests an agreeable responsiveness to authority, advice, or suggestion:
a high-spirited and rebellious girl not at all amenable to persuasion.

(7)

Tractable applies to those who can be handled, dealt with, or managed, especially with ease:
“the natives . . . being . . . of an intelligent tractable disposition” (Samuel Butler).

英汉化学大词典

obedient
adj.服从的

英汉海运大词典

obedient
服从的,顺从的,忠顺的

英汉计算机大词典

obedient
adj.服从的;n.服从的(服从)

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