简明英汉词典

orphan
[5C:fEn]
n.
孤儿, 失去生母的幼小动物
adj.
无双亲的, 孤儿的
vt.
使成孤儿

美国传统词典[双解]

orphan
or.phan
AHD:[?r“f…n]
D.J.[6%8rf*n]
K.K.[6%rf*n]
n.(名词)

(1)

A child whose parents are dead.
孤儿:父母都去世的孩子

(2)

A child who has been deprived of parental care and has not been adopted.
无人照管的孩子:一个被剥夺了父母的关怀、而还没有被收养的孩子

(3)

A young animal without a mother.
一只失去母兽的幼兽

(4)

One that lacks support, supervision, or care:
一个失去支持、监督或关心的人:
A lack of corporate interest has made the subsidiary an orphan.
因缺乏共同利益,使得这家子公司无人照管
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Deprived of parents.
无父母的

(2)

Intended for orphans:
为了孤儿的:
an orphan home.
孤儿之家

(3)

Lacking support or supervision; abandoned:
被遗弃:失去支持或监护的;被遗弃的:
“an aggregation of every orphan technology at the Pentagon, stuff that's been around for years that nobody would buy”(Harper's)
“ 五角大楼的所有废弃不用技术的集合,其资料已经数年无人购买了”(哈珀)
v.tr.(及物动词)
or.phanedor.phan.ingor.phans
To deprive (a child) of one parent or both parents.
使成孤儿:剥夺(一个孩子)一个父母或双亲

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Late Latin orphanus
源自 后期拉丁语 orphanus

(3)

from Greek orphanos [orphaned] * see orbh-
源自 希腊语 orphanos [成为孤儿] *参见 orbh-

继承用法

orphanhood
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

orphan
[5C:fEn]
n.
孤儿

词性变化

orphan
vt.
使成孤儿
The two sisters were orphaned when their parents died in a plane crash.
"俩姐妹的父母亲在一次飞机失事中丧生后,她们便成了孤儿。"

现代英汉综合大辞典

orphan
[5C:fEn]
n.,adj.

(1)

孤儿(的)

(2)

被遗弃或失去母亲的孩子或小动物(的)

(3)

孤苦的人或没有支持的事物(的)

词性变化

orphan
[5C:fEn]
vt.
[常用被动语态]使成孤儿
The war orphaned him.
战争使他成为孤儿。
He was orphaned at an early age.
他早年丧失双亲。

继承用法

orphanage
[5C:fEnIdV]
n.
孤儿院; 孤儿身分; [集合词]孤儿

orphanhood
[`R:fLnhJd]
n.
孤儿身分[状态]

orphanize
[`R:fLnaIz]
vt.
使成孤儿

[七国语言]英汉信息大词典

orphan
孤行, 排满溢出行

英汉双解计算机词典

orphan

孤立行
One or more lines of text that is associated with subsequent text but isolated from it by a page or column boundary.
与后继文本相关但由被页界或栏界分开的文本的一行或多行。

美国传统词典

orphan
or.phan
AHD:[?r“f…n]
D.J.[6%8rf*n]
K.K.[6%rf*n]
n.

(1)

A child whose parents are dead.

(2)

A child who has been deprived of parental care and has not been adopted.

(3)

A young animal without a mother.

(4)

One that lacks support, supervision, or care:
A lack of corporate interest has made the subsidiary an orphan.
adj.

(1)

Deprived of parents.

(2)

Intended for orphans:
an orphan home.

(3)

Lacking support or supervision; abandoned:
“an aggregation of every orphan technology at the Pentagon, stuff that's been around for years that nobody would buy”(Harper's)
v.tr.
or.phaned, or.phan.ing, or.phans
To deprive (a child) of one parent or both parents.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Late Latin orphanus

(3)

from Greek orphanos [orphaned] * see orbh-

继承用法

orphanhood
n.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

orphan
【WIN】孤立

英汉法学大词典

orphan
孤儿

英汉化学大词典

orphan
n.孤儿;vt.使...成孤儿

英汉计算机大词典

orphan
n.孤儿;vt.使...成孤儿

英汉建筑大词典

orphan
n.无人支持之事物

英汉心理学大词典

orphan
孤儿

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