简明英汉词典

ornate
[C:5neit, 5C:neit]
adj.
装饰的, 华丽的, (文体)绚丽的

美国传统词典[双解]

ornate
or.nate
AHD:[?r-n3t“]
D.J.[%8r6neit]
K.K.[%r6net]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Elaborately, heavily, and often excessively ornamented.
装饰华丽的:精心地、过度地和经常过分地装饰的

(2)

Flashy, showy, or florid in style or manner; flowery.
华丽的:风格或形式俗艳的、炫耀的或华丽的;华丽的

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Latin ?3tus} [past participle of] ?rn3re [to embellish] * see ar-
源自 拉丁语 ?3tus} [] ?rn3re的过去分词 [进行装饰] *参见 ar-

继承用法

ornately
adv.(副词)

ornateness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

ornatefloridflamboyantbaroquerococo

(2)

These adjectives mean elaborately, often excessively ornamented.
这些形容词的意思是精心地、经常过分地装饰的。

(3)

Ornate implies lavishness and heaviness:
Ornate 隐约有奢华和过度的含义:
a building with an ornate fa?ade;
有着华丽外表的建筑物;
“ornate rhetoric taught out of the rule of Plato” (John Milton). Something florid is both ornate and flowery:
“浮华的修辞不符合伯拉图规则” (约翰·弥尔顿)。一些事物florid 是指夸张且华美:
The senator gave a florid speech.
议员作了一番词藻华美的演说。

(4)

Flamboyant relates to a French Gothic architectural style marked by wavy flamelike forms; in a less technical sense the term suggests excessively vivid color, overwrought design, or striking audacity or verve:
Flamboyant 与一种法国哥德式建筑风格有关,该风格以类似跳动火焰的设计为特色;在非专业技术含义中,该词意味着过分活泼的色彩、过度夸张的设计或令人震惊的大胆或气魄:
flamboyant red hair;
红得夸张的头发;
flamboyant handwriting;
气势非凡的作品;
“that flamboyant but egotistical figure, Alexander the Great” (H.G. Wells).
“亚历山大大帝,一个气贯长虹的但却相当自我的人物” (H·G·威尔斯)。

(5)

Baroque applies to a European artistic style marked by ornate scrolls and curves. It often connotes rich, sometimes bizarre or incongruous ornamentation:
Baroque 应用于欧洲一种以装饰漩涡形或雕刻为特色的艺术风格。该词经常暗含着丰富的、有时稀奇古怪的或不恰当的装饰:
“the building . . . coldly classical or frantically baroque” (William Dean Howells).
“这座建筑…完全古典的或极尽巴洛克风格的” (威廉·迪恩·豪威尔)。

(6)

Rococo describes the 18th-century European style that grew out of the baroque and is characterized by profuse ornamentation, such as graceful and delicate shells and foliage. It can also connote immoderate, perhaps even ridiculous complexity:
Rococo 描述了18世纪派生于巴洛克风格的欧洲艺术风格,该风格以过多的装饰为特色,诸如饰以优美精细的贝壳和羽毛。该词也可以意味着没有节制的、有时甚至是完全希奇古怪的复合体:
an exquisite gilded rococo mirror;
一面精致镀金的洛可可式的镜子;
rococo notions of an imperial presidency;
个人独裁的狂妄幻想;
“a rococo combination of warm slivers of buttery Scotch salmon encircling dollops of crème fra?che, each speckled with a different caviar” (Bryan Miller).
“长条热黄油和含有大块鲜奶油的苏格兰鲑鱼的古怪混合物,每一块还洒上鱼子酱” (布莱恩·米勒)。

现代英汉词典

ornate
[C:5neIt]
adj.
装饰华丽的; 华美的;绚丽的

现代英汉综合大辞典

ornate
[C:5neit, 5C:neit]
adj.
装饰华丽的; 修辞上极考究的; (文体)华丽的; 矫揉造作的

继承用法

ornately
adv.

ornateness
n.

英文相关词典

ornate
chaste    

美国传统词典

ornate
or.nate
AHD:[?r-n3t“]
D.J.[%8r6neit]
K.K.[%r6net]
adj.

(1)

Elaborately, heavily, and often excessively ornamented.

(2)

Flashy, showy, or florid in style or manner; flowery.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Latin ?3tus} [past participle of] ?rn3re [to embellish] * see ar-

继承用法

ornately
adv.

ornateness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

ornate, florid, flamboyant, baroque, rococo

(2)

These adjectives mean elaborately, often excessively ornamented.

(3)

Ornate implies lavishness and heaviness:
a building with an ornate fa?ade;
“ornate rhetoric taught out of the rule of Plato” (John Milton). Something florid is both ornate and flowery:
The senator gave a florid speech.

(4)

Flamboyant relates to a French Gothic architectural style marked by wavy flamelike forms; in a less technical sense the term suggests excessively vivid color, overwrought design, or striking audacity or verve:
flamboyant red hair;
flamboyant handwriting;
“that flamboyant but egotistical figure, Alexander the Great” (H.G. Wells).

(5)

Baroque applies to a European artistic style marked by ornate scrolls and curves. It often connotes rich, sometimes bizarre or incongruous ornamentation:
“the building . . . coldly classical or frantically baroque” (William Dean Howells).

(6)

Rococo describes the 18th-century European style that grew out of the baroque and is characterized by profuse ornamentation, such as graceful and delicate shells and foliage. It can also connote immoderate, perhaps even ridiculous complexity:
an exquisite gilded rococo mirror;
rococo notions of an imperial presidency;
“a rococo combination of warm slivers of buttery Scotch salmon encircling dollops of crème fra?che, each speckled with a different caviar” (Bryan Miller).

英汉化学大词典

ornate
adj.装饰华丽的,雕琢过的

英汉计算机大词典

ornate
adj.装饰华丽的(雕琢过的)

英汉建筑大词典

ornate
adj.华丽的,雕琢过的

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