简明英汉词典

object
[5CbdVikt]
n.
物体, 目标, 宾语, 对象
vi.
反对, 拒绝, 抗议
vt.
提出...来反对

美国传统词典[双解]

object
ob.ject
AHD:[?b“j1kt, -jμkt”]
D.J.[6%bd9ikt, -7d9ekt]
K.K.[6$bd9!kt, -7d9Wkt]
n.(名词)

(1)

Something perceptible by one or more of the senses, especially by vision or touch; a material thing.
物体,实物:用一种或多种感官,尤指用视觉或触觉可以感觉到的东西;实物

(2)

A focus of attention, feeling, thought, or action:
对象:注意力、感情、思想或行为的集中物:
an object of contempt.
令人轻蔑的对象

(3)

The purpose, aim, or goal of a specific action or effort:
目的,目标:具体行动或努力的目的、目标:
the object of the game.
游戏的目的

(4)

Abbr. obj.Grammar
缩写 obj.【语法】

(5)

A noun or substantive that receives or is affected by the action of a verb within a sentence.
宾语:一个句子中接受动词的动作或受之影响的名词或名词性词组

(6)

A noun or substantive following and governed by a preposition.
宾语:在介词后或受制于介词的名词或名词性词组

(7)

Philosophy Something intelligible or perceptible by the mind.
【哲学】 客体,客观,对象:头脑中可反映或可以感知的事物
v.(动词)
ob.ject.edob.ject.ingob.jects[…b-jμkt“]
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To present a dissenting or opposing argument; raise an objection:
反对:提出不同意见或反对意见;反对:
objected to the testimony of the witness.
反对证人的证词

(2)

To be averse to or express disapproval of something:
反感,不喜欢:不赞成或表现对某事物的反对:
objects to modern materialism.
反感现代物质主义
v.tr.(及物动词)
To put forward in or as a reason for opposition; offer as criticism:
提出…作为反对的理由;反对说…:
They objected that discipline was lacking.
他们提出缺少纪律作为反对的理由

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Medieval Latin obiectum [thing put before the mind]
源自 中世纪拉丁语 obiectum [当前需考虑的事物]

(4)

from neuter past participle of Latin obicere [to put before]
源自 拉丁语 obicere的中性过去分词 [放在…前面]

(5)

ob- [before, toward] * see ob-
ob- [前,朝] *参见 ob-

(6)

iacere [to throw] * see y?-
iacere [扔] *参见 y?-

(7)

V., from Middle English obiecten
动词,源自 中古英语 obiecten

(8)

from Old French objecter
源自 古法语 objecter

(9)

from Latin obiect3e [frequentative of] obicere [to hinder, oppose]
源自 拉丁语 obiect3e [] obicere的重复动词 [阻止,反对]

继承用法

objector
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

objectprotestkickdemurremonstrateexpostulate

(2)

These verbs mean to express opposition to something, most often by presenting arguments against it.
这些动词表示对某事的反对,大多数情况通过提出反对观点来表示。

(3)

Object implies the expression of disapproval or distaste:
Object 暗示不赞成或不喜欢的表示:
The general public objects to the use of drugs.
大众反对使用毒品。
“Freedom of the press in Britain is freedom to print such of the proprietor's prejudices as the advertisers don't object to” (Hannen Swaffer).
“英国报界的自由是印刷广告商不反对的业主的偏见的自由” (汉尼·斯韦福)。

(4)

Protest suggests strong opposition, usually forthrightly expressed:
Protest 指强烈的反对,通常是直接了当地被表达出来:
The patient protested to the receptionist when he was kept waiting.
当病人等了半天后,他向接待员表示抗议。
“We should, therefore, protest openly everything . . . that smacks of discrimination or slander” (Mary McLeod Bethune).
“因此,我们应该公开抗议带有歧视或诽谤迹象的任何事物” (玛丽·麦克雷德·贝休恩)。

(5)

Kick implies the expression of strong negative feelings, often of anger or rebellion:
Kick 表示强烈的反对感情,常指气愤或背叛的感觉:
“a rampant heresy, such as . . . Would make all women kick against their Lords” (Tennyson).
“一个猖獗流传的异端邪说,例如…会使所有女人反抗他们的丈夫” (但尼生)。
I won't kick if you insist on paying the bill. To demur is to raise an objection that may delay decision or action:
如果你坚持付帐我不反对。 Demur 指提出可能拖延决定或行动的反对:
We proposed that dinner be served before the last guest arrived, but the hostess demurred.
我们提议在最后一个客人到之前就开饭,但是女主人反对。

(6)

Remonstrate implies the presentation of objections, complaints, or reproof in the form of argument or pleading:
Remonstrate 指以争辩或辩护的形式表示反对抱怨或谴责:
“The people of Connecticut . . . remonstrated against the bill” (George Bancroft). To expostulate is to express objection in the form of earnest reasoning:
“康涅狄格州的人民…抗议法案” (乔治·班克罗夫特)。Expostulate 指以认真讲道理的形式表示反对:
Her parents expostulated with her on the foolhardiness of her behavior. See also Synonyms at intention
她的父亲劝告她行为举止不要那么鲁莽 参见同义词 intention

现代英汉词典

object
[5RbdVIkt]
n.

(1)

物体;物品;实物
Tell me the names of the objects in this room.
请告诉我这个房间里物品的名称。

(2)

对象
an object of admiration
赞美的对象

(3)

目的;目标
with no object in life
没有生活目标

(4)

〈语法〉宾语

词性变化

object
[Eb5dVekt]
vi.
反对(某人或某事)
I object to all this noise.
我反对一切噪音。
However, others strongly object to developing private cars.
然而,另有一些人强烈反对发展私人小汽车。
He stood up and objected in strong language.
他站起来用强烈的语言表示反对。

现代英汉综合大辞典

object
[5CbdVikt]
n.

(1)

物, 物体

(2)

对象

(3)

【哲】客体, 客观

(4)

[口](可笑或可怜的)人[物]

(5)

目的

(6)

【语】宾语
unidentified flying object (UFO)
来历不明的飞行物, 飞碟
Tell me the names of the objects in this room.
告诉我这屋里各种东西的名称。
What an object you have made (of) yourself!
你把自己搞成什么样子了!

词性变化

object
[5CbdVikt]
vi.
[Eb5dVekt]

(1)

反对; 抗议(against, to)

(2)

抱反感; 不赞成; 不服气
I object to the proposal.
我反对这个提议。
I don't object to a glass of hot water.
我想喝杯开水。

object
[5CbdVikt]
vt.
提出...作为反对的理由
It was objected that this severe measure might hurt people's feelings.
有人提出反对, 说这个严厉的措施可能伤害人们的感情。

继承用法

object-glass
n.
物镜

object-lens
n.
(接)物镜

object-line
n.
(外形、地形等的)轮廓线

object-maker
n.
艺术品制作家

object-plate
n.
检镜片

object-staff
n.
(测量的)准尺, 函尺

objectingly
adv.

objectless
[`CbdVIktlIs,-dVekt-]
adj.

习惯用语

attain one's object
达到目的

achieve one's object
达到目的

gain one's object
达到目的

succeed in one's object
达到目的

secure one's object
达到目的

fail in one's object
没有达到目的

no object
不在话下, 不成问题

特殊用法

adverbial object
状语性宾语

complex object
复合宾语

direct object
直接宾语

dual objects
对偶对象

economic object
经济客体

fan test object
扇形测试物

geometric objects
(素描用)几何形模型

indirect object
间接宾语

isomorphic objects
同构对象

module object
模对象

multiplicative object
乘法对象

oblique object
间接[斜格]宾语

observed object
观测目标

prepositional object
介词宾语

projective object
射影对象

remotely-controlled object
遥控对象

statistical object
统计对象

symbiotic objects
【天】共生星

uninsulated object
不绝缘物体

weak object
弱对比度景物

zero object
零对象

参考词汇
oppose    

用法词典

object
ob-=toward向+ject抛

英文相关词典

object
aim    article    end    goal    intent    purpose    target    thing    agree    subject    

[七国语言]英汉地理大词典

object
目标, 对象

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

object
反对;宾语;对象;物体

[七国语言]英汉建筑大词典

object
对象, 目标

[七国语言]英汉数学大词典

object
对象, 个体

[七国语言]英汉物理大词典

object
对象, 目标

[七国语言]英汉信息大词典

object
目标, 对象

英汉双解计算机词典

object

客体;对象;目标;数程体
1. An element of the specific layout structure or of the specific logical structure.
特定布局结构或特定逻辑结构的一个元素。 2. A collection of data referred to by a single name. | 通过单一名字对其进行访问的一种数据集合。 3. In expert system, a quantity which may be assigned a numerical value and allows the system to reasonabout real physical quantities. | 专家系统中使用的一种量,该量可以指定为一个数值,并使系统推出有关的实际物理量。 对照assertion。参阅rule。 4. In computer security, apassive entity that contains or receives information. Access to an object potentially implies access to the information it contains. Examples of objects are: records, blocks pages, segments, files, directories, directory trees, and programs, as well as bits, bytes, words, fields, processors, video displays, keyboards,clocks, printers network nodes, etc. Compare subject. | 在计算机安全学中,含有或接收信息的实体。对客体的存取即为对其包含的信息的存 取。客体有:记录、块、页、段、文件、目录、目录树、程序、位、字节、字、域、处理 器、视频显示器、键盘、时钟、打印机、网络节点等。参阅subject。 5. In Series/1, a logical resource which is managed bythe supervisor. Each object is assigned a name so that it can be referenced by both the user and the supervisor. It may imply the use of one or more physical resources. | 在IBM Series/1中,由管理程序所管理的一种逻辑资源。每种目标都赋以一个名字 ,以便用户和管理程序引用。目标可以隐含一个或几个物理资源的使用。 6. In AS/400, anamed storage space that consists of a set of characteristics that describe itself and, in some cases, data. An object is anything that exists in and occupies space in storage and on which operations can be performed. Some examples of objects are programs, files, libraries, and folders. | 在AS/400系统中,一种命名了的存储空间(其中存放有以0.1形式的数据和程序的集 合体),由一组描述其本身和(有些情况下)描述数据的特性所构成。数程体是任何存在于并 占领着存储空间的软体(软件实体),人们可以对这些软体进行各种各样的操作。比如程 序、文件、文档库和文件夹都是数程体的一些实例。 7. In SDF/CICS, a source map, source may set, page, or session profile heldin the map specification library. Objects can be defined by means of editing functions in an online session or with the load utility in a batch session. | 在顾客信息控制系统(CICS)的屏幕定义程序(SDF)中,保存在映象说明库中的一种源映 象、源映象集、页面或话路开工文件。这些实体可以通过联机话路中的编辑操作或由批量 话路中的装入程序来定义。

美国传统词典

object
ob.ject
AHD:[?b“j1kt, -jμkt”]
D.J.[6%bd/ikt, -7d/ekt]
K.K.[6$bd/!kt, -7d/Wkt]
n.

(1)

Something perceptible by one or more of the senses, especially by vision or touch; a material thing.

(2)

A focus of attention, feeling, thought, or action:
an object of contempt.

(3)

The purpose, aim, or goal of a specific action or effort:
the object of the game.

(4)

Abbr. obj.Grammar

(5)

A noun or substantive that receives or is affected by the action of a verb within a sentence.

(6)

A noun or substantive following and governed by a preposition.

(7)

Philosophy Something intelligible or perceptible by the mind.
v.
ob.ject.ed, ob.ject.ing, ob.jects[…b-jμkt“]
v.intr.

(1)

To present a dissenting or opposing argument; raise an objection:
objected to the testimony of the witness.

(2)

To be averse to or express disapproval of something:
objects to modern materialism.
v.tr.
To put forward in or as a reason for opposition; offer as criticism:
They objected that discipline was lacking.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Medieval Latin obiectum [thing put before the mind]

(4)

from neuter past participle of Latin obicere [to put before]

(5)

ob- [before, toward] * see ob-

(6)

iacere [to throw] * see y?-

(7)

V., from Middle English obiecten

(8)

from Old French objecter

(9)

from Latin obiect3e [frequentative of] obicere [to hinder, oppose]

继承用法

objector
n.

参考词汇

(1)

object, protest, kick, demur, remonstrate, expostulate

(2)

These verbs mean to express opposition to something, most often by presenting arguments against it.

(3)

Object implies the expression of disapproval or distaste:
The general public objects to the use of drugs.
“Freedom of the press in Britain is freedom to print such of the proprietor's prejudices as the advertisers don't object to” (Hannen Swaffer).

(4)

Protest suggests strong opposition, usually forthrightly expressed:
The patient protested to the receptionist when he was kept waiting.
“We should, therefore, protest openly everything . . . that smacks of discrimination or slander” (Mary McLeod Bethune).

(5)

Kick implies the expression of strong negative feelings, often of anger or rebellion:
“a rampant heresy, such as . . . Would make all women kick against their Lords” (Tennyson).
I won't kick if you insist on paying the bill. To demur is to raise an objection that may delay decision or action:
We proposed that dinner be served before the last guest arrived, but the hostess demurred.

(6)

Remonstrate implies the presentation of objections, complaints, or reproof in the form of argument or pleading:
“The people of Connecticut . . . remonstrated against the bill” (George Bancroft). To expostulate is to express objection in the form of earnest reasoning:
Her parents expostulated with her on the foolhardiness of her behavior. See also Synonyms at intention

[名词委审定]英汉计算机名词(第二版, 2002)

object
对象

基本词义

object
客体

[名词委审定]英汉数学名词(1993)

object
对象

[名词委审定]英汉物理学名词(1996)

object

英汉船舶大词典

object
n.对象,科目,目标;n.实物

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

object
结果;物体;【程】目标(码,程序);【智】对象;【C++,AS/400】数(据和)程(序的集合)体[OBJ]

英汉电信大词典

object
n.物体,对象

英汉地质大词典

object
n.物体,目标,目的

英汉法学大词典

object
标的 ,反对,客体,事物

英汉广播大词典

object
n.物体,对象,目标

英汉航海大词典

object
n.目的

英汉航空大词典

object
n.物,物体;n.物体,目的

英汉化学大词典

object
n.物体,对象,目的,项目,宾语,补语;vt.反对

英汉海运大词典

object
目标对象物体实物,目的,物标,事物,物件,客观

基本词义

object
物体,实物对象目的,目标

基本词义

object
物标,目标事物,物件客观

英汉经贸大词典

object
n.目的

英汉计算机大词典

object
n.物体(对象,目的;vt.反对

英汉机械大词典

object
n.物体,目标

英汉建筑大词典

object
n.物件,物体,物体,目标,目的

英汉农牧林大词典

object
n.事物,对象,客体

英汉水利大词典

object
n.物体,物品,事物

英汉心理学大词典

object
物体

基本词义

object
对象

英汉冶金大词典

object
n.物体,目标

英汉医学大词典

object
n.物品

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