简明英汉词典

obscurity
[Eb5skjuEriti]
n.
阴暗, 朦胧, 偏僻, 含糊, 隐匿, 晦涩, 身份低微

美国传统词典[双解]

obscurity
ob.scu.ri.ty
AHD:[?b-sky?r“1-t?, …b-]
D.J.[%b6skju*riti8, *b-]
K.K.[$b6skj&r!ti, *b-]
n.(名词)
【复数】 ob.scu.ri.ties

(1)

Deficiency or absence of light; darkness.
黑暗:光线不足或没有光线;昏暗

(2)

The quality or condition of being unknown:
不清楚的性质或状态:
“Even utter obscurity need not be an obstacle to [political] success” (New Republic)
“虽说状况不明,也不一定是[政治的] 成功的阻碍” (新共和国)

(3)

One that is unknown.
未知的人或事物

(4)

The quality or condition of being imperfectly known or difficult to understand:
难于理解的:没有被彻底知晓或难于理解的性质或状态:
“writings meant to be understood . . . by all, composed without deliberate obscurity or hidden motives”(National Review)
“作品是要被所有人理解的,而不是带着故意不让人知晓或隐藏的动机写成的”(国内评论)

(5)

An instance of being imperfectly known or difficult to understand.
难于理解的:不被清楚知晓或难于理解的例子

现代英汉综合大辞典

obscurity
[Eb5skjuEriti]
n.

(1)

暗(淡); 朦胧

(2)

含糊; 晦涩, 不明确

(3)

无名的人[地方]; 低微的人[处境]
retire into obscurity
隐退
rise from obscurity
出身微贱
sink into obscurity
被世人忘掉, 湮没无闻

用法词典

obscurity
obscur (e)+ -ity

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

obscurity

美国传统词典

obscurity
ob.scu.ri.ty
AHD:[?b-sky?r“1-t?, …b-]
D.J.[%b6skju*riti8, *b-]
K.K.[$b6skj&r!ti, *b-]
n.
pl. ob.scu.ri.ties

(1)

Deficiency or absence of light; darkness.

(2)

The quality or condition of being unknown:
“Even utter obscurity need not be an obstacle to [political] success” (New Republic)

(3)

One that is unknown.

(4)

The quality or condition of being imperfectly known or difficult to understand:
“writings meant to be understood . . . by all, composed without deliberate obscurity or hidden motives”(National Review)

(5)

An instance of being imperfectly known or difficult to understand.

英汉计算机大词典

obscurity
n.阴暗的(模糊的,含糊的

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