简明英汉词典

pant
[pAnt]
v.
气喘
n.
气喘

美国传统词典[双解]

pant
pant 1
AHD:[p2nt]
D.J.[p#nt]
K.K.[p#nt]
v.(动词)
pant.edpant.ingpants
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To breathe rapidly in short gasps, as after exertion.
喘气:急促地呼吸,如在用力之后

(2)

To beat loudly or heavily; throb or pulsate.
跳动:大声地或沉重地跳动;搏动或震动

(3)

To give off loud puffs, especially while moving.
发出呼呼的声音:发出噗的一声,尤指在运动中

(4)

To long demonstratively; yearn:
渴望:诚心盼望;渴望:
was panting for a chance to play.
正盼着去玩的机会
v.tr.(及物动词)
To utter hurriedly or breathlessly:
喘着气说:匆忙地或上气不接下气地说出:
I panted my congratulations to the winner of the race.
我上气不接下气地向赛跑的赢家道贺
n.(名词)

(1)

A short, labored breath; a gasp.
喘气,喘息:短促而费力的呼吸;大口喘气

(2)

A throb; a pulsation.
博动;跳动

(3)

A short, loud puff, as of steam from an engine.
喷气声:短促而声音大的喷气声,如发动机喷蒸气的声音

语源

(1)

Middle English panten
中古英语 panten

(2)

perhaps alteration of Old French pantaisier
可能为 古法语 pantaisier的变化

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *pantasi3e
源自 俗拉丁语 *pantasi3e

(4)

from Greek phantasioun [to form images]
源自 希腊语 phantasioun [建立形象]

(5)

from phantasia [appearance] * see fantasy
源自 phantasia [外貌] *参见 fantasy

继承用法

pantingly
adv.(副词)

基本词义

pant
pant 2
AHD:[p2nt]
D.J.[p#nt]
K.K.[p#nt]
n.(名词)

(1)

Trousers. Often used in the plural.
裤子。常用复数形式

(2)

Underpants. Often used in the plural.
内裤。常用复数形式

习惯用语

with (one's) pants down【俚语】
In an embarrassing position.
在令人尴尬的条件下

语源
Short for pantaloon
pantaloon的简写

注释
It would seem unlikely that the name of a 4th-century Roman Catholic saint should be the ultimate source of a word for a modern article of clothing commonly worn by both men and women. Pants, however, can be traced back to Pantaleon, the patron saint of Venice. He became so closely associated with the inhabitants of that city that the Venetians became popularly known as Pantaloni. Consequently, among the commedia dell'arte's stock characters the representative Venetian (a stereotypically wealthy but miserly merchant) was called Pantalone. His name in French, Pantalon, was borrowed into English (first recorded around 1590). During the middle of the 17th century the French came to identify him with one particular style of trousers, and this same style became known as pantaloons in English. Pantaloons was later applied to another style of trousers that came into fashion toward the end of the 18th century, tight-fitting garments that had begun to replace knee breeches. After that pantaloons was used to refer to trousers in general. The last step in the development of the word pants met with some resistance. This abbreviation of pantaloon was considered vulgar and, as Oliver Wendell Holmes put it, “a word not made for gentlemen, but ‘gents.’” First found in the writings of Edgar Allan Poe in 1840, pants has replaced the “gentleman's word” in English and has lost all obvious connection to Saint Pantaleon.
看起来一位公元4世纪的罗马天主教徒的名字似乎不可能是这个做为男人和女人平常都穿的布做的现代物品的根本词源。Pants 但可以追溯到奥塔莱昂,威尼斯的庇护神。 他变得与这座城市里的居民联系得这样紧密,以至于威尼斯人也通俗的被称为Pantaloni 。 结果,在即兴喜剧的角色中那个有代表性的威尼斯人(一个愚富而吝啬的商人)被称作Pantalone。 他的法语名字Panlalon 被借用到英语中(初次记录大约在1590年)。 在17世纪中期,法国人开始把它与一种特殊类型的裤子等同起来,同一种类型的裤子在英语中是pantaloons 。 Pantaloons 后来被用作另一种类型的裤子并在18世纪末日渐流行, 紧身衣服已经开始取代齐膝马裤。在那以后,pantaloons 被用来泛指裤子。 在pants 一词发展的最后遇到了一些阻力。 Pantaloon 的缩写被认为是粗俗的, 并且正如奥立弗·温德尔·霍姆斯所说,“并不是为绅士而造的词,而是为‘家伙们所造’”。 最早在1840年发现于艾德加·爱伦·坡的作品中,pants 在英语中已经替代了那个“绅士的语言”, 而且显然已失去了和圣奥塔莱昂的一切联系

现代英汉词典

pant
[pAnt]
vt., vi.

(1)

喘气;喘息
He was panting when he reached the top of the hill.
当他到达小山顶时,他气喘吁吁。
The dog panted in the heat.
狗热得气喘吁吁。

(2)

(常与out连用)喘着气说
She panted out the urgent message.
她气喘吁吁地讲出这个紧急口信。

(3)

(常与for连用)渴望

词性变化

pant
n.
喘气;喘息

现代英汉综合大辞典

pant
[pAnt]
vt.
气喘吁吁地讲(out, forth)
pant out one's last words
气喘吁吁地说出遗言

词性变化

pant
[pAnt]
vi.

(1)

气喘, 喘息

(2)

心猛烈地跳

(3)

热[渴]望(for, after)

(4)

(机车等)喷气
pant for freedom
渴望自由

pant
[pAnt]
n.

(1)

气喘

(2)

心跳

(3)

(机车等的)喷气声

英文相关词典

pant
breathe    gasp    puff    wheeze    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

pant

美国传统词典

pant
pant 1
AHD:[p2nt]
D.J.[p#nt]
K.K.[p#nt]
v.
pant.ed, pant.ing, pants
v.intr.

(1)

To breathe rapidly in short gasps, as after exertion.

(2)

To beat loudly or heavily; throb or pulsate.

(3)

To give off loud puffs, especially while moving.

(4)

To long demonstratively; yearn:
was panting for a chance to play.
v.tr.
To utter hurriedly or breathlessly:
I panted my congratulations to the winner of the race.
n.

(1)

A short, labored breath; a gasp.

(2)

A throb; a pulsation.

(3)

A short, loud puff, as of steam from an engine.

语源

(1)

Middle English panten

(2)

perhaps alteration of Old French pantaisier

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *pantasi3e

(4)

from Greek phantasioun [to form images]

(5)

from phantasia [appearance] * see fantasy

继承用法

pantingly
adv.

基本词义

pant
pant 2
AHD:[p2nt]
D.J.[p#nt]
K.K.[p#nt]
n.

(1)

Trousers. Often used in the plural.

(2)

Underpants. Often used in the plural.

习惯用语

with (one's) pants downSlang
In an embarrassing position.

语源
Short for pantaloon

注释
It would seem unlikely that the name of a 4th-century Roman Catholic saint should be the ultimate source of a word for a modern article of clothing commonly worn by both men and women. Pants, however, can be traced back to Pantaleon, the patron saint of Venice. He became so closely associated with the inhabitants of that city that the Venetians became popularly known as Pantaloni. Consequently, among the commedia dell'arte's stock characters the representative Venetian (a stereotypically wealthy but miserly merchant) was called Pantalone. His name in French, Pantalon, was borrowed into English (first recorded around 1590). During the middle of the 17th century the French came to identify him with one particular style of trousers, and this same style became known as pantaloons in English. Pantaloons was later applied to another style of trousers that came into fashion toward the end of the 18th century, tight-fitting garments that had begun to replace knee breeches. After that pantaloons was used to refer to trousers in general. The last step in the development of the word pants met with some resistance. This abbreviation of pantaloon was considered vulgar and, as Oliver Wendell Holmes put it, “a word not made for gentlemen, but ‘gents.’” First found in the writings of Edgar Allan Poe in 1840, pants has replaced the “gentleman's word” in English and has lost all obvious connection to Saint Pantaleon.

英汉化学大词典

pant
vt.喘气,脉动,渴望;n.喘气,罩,脉动,渴望

英汉海运大词典

pant
心跳气喘(船体)振动渴望(for,after)

基本词义

pant
气喘,心跳气喘(船体)振动渴望(for,after)

英汉计算机大词典

pant
vt.喘气(脉动,渴望);n.喘气(罩,脉动

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