简明英汉词典

pantomime
[5pAntEmaim]
n.
手势, 哑剧, 舞剧
v.
打手势, 演哑剧

美国传统词典[双解]

pantomime
pan.to.mime
AHD:[p2n“t…-mom”]
D.J.[6p#nt*7maim]
K.K.[6p#nt*7ma!m]
n.(名词)

(1)

Communication by means of gesture and facial expression:
打手势:利用手势和面部表情进行交流:
Some tourists make themselves understood abroad by pantomime.
一些游客在国外通常用手势来让别人明白自己的意思

(2)

The telling of a story without words, by means of bodily movements, gestures, and facial expressions.
哑剧表演:不用语言,借助于身体、动作、手势和面部表情来讲述故事

(3)

A play, dance, or other theatrical performance characterized by such wordless storytelling.
哑剧:以无言的表述故事为特征的戏剧、舞蹈或其它剧场表演

(4)

An ancient Roman theatrical performance in which one actor played all the parts by means of gesture and movement, accompanied by a narrative chorus.
古罗马哑剧表演:一种古罗马剧场表演形式,一个演员通过手势和姿势,并伴以讲述的合唱来演出全部的情节

(5)

A player in such a performance.
哑剧演员:演出这种剧目的演员

(6)

A traditional British Christmas entertainment for children, usually based on nursery tales and featuring stock characters in costume who sing, dance, and perform skits.
童话剧:为儿童演的一种传统的英国圣诞节娱乐剧,常以幼儿园故事为基础,演员装扮成牲畜进行唱歌、跳舞和表演滑稽剧
v.(动词)
pan.to.mimedpan.to.mim.ingpan.to.mimes
v.tr.(及物动词)
To represent or express by pantomime:
以哑剧来讲述或表达:
pantomine a story on the stage; pantomimed “baby” by cradling an imaginary infant.
在舞台上表演哑剧故事;通过把一个想象中的小孩放在摇篮里的手势表示“小孩”的意思
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To express oneself in pantomime.
用手势表达:以哑剧形式表达自己

语源

(1)

Latin pantomos [a pantomimic actor]
拉丁语 pantomos [一位哑剧演员]

(2)

from Greek pantomimos
源自 希腊语 pantomimos

(3)

panto- [all] from pas pant- * see pan-
panto- [全] 源自 pas pant- *参见 pan-

(4)

mimos [mime]
mimos [模仿]

继承用法

pantomimic
AHD:[-m1m“1k] (形容词)

pantomimist
AHD:[-mo”m1st] (名词)

现代英汉词典

pantomime
[5pAntEmaIm]
n.

(1)

(圣诞节演出的)童话剧

(2)

哑剧

(3)

手势

现代英汉综合大辞典

pantomime
[5pAntEmaim]
n.

(1)

(古罗马或现代的)哑剧, 舞剧; 哑剧演员

(2)

[英](圣诞节上演的)童话剧

(3)

姿[手]势; 表意动作

词性变化

pantomime
[5pAntEmaim]
vt.
用手势表达
vi.
演哑剧, 打手势

继承用法

pantomimic
[9pAntE5mimik]
adj.

词性变化

pantomimist
[`pAntEmaImIst,-mIm-]
n.

(1)

哑剧作者[演员]

(2)

打手势的人

美国传统词典

pantomime
pan.to.mime
AHD:[p2n“t…-mom”]
D.J.[6p#nt*7maim]
K.K.[6p#nt*7ma!m]
n.

(1)

Communication by means of gesture and facial expression:
Some tourists make themselves understood abroad by pantomime.

(2)

The telling of a story without words, by means of bodily movements, gestures, and facial expressions.

(3)

A play, dance, or other theatrical performance characterized by such wordless storytelling.

(4)

An ancient Roman theatrical performance in which one actor played all the parts by means of gesture and movement, accompanied by a narrative chorus.

(5)

A player in such a performance.

(6)

A traditional British Christmas entertainment for children, usually based on nursery tales and featuring stock characters in costume who sing, dance, and perform skits.
v.
pan.to.mimed, pan.to.mim.ing, pan.to.mimes
v.tr.
To represent or express by pantomime:
pantomine a story on the stage; pantomimed “baby” by cradling an imaginary infant.
v.intr.
To express oneself in pantomime.

语源

(1)

Latin pantomos [a pantomimic actor]

(2)

from Greek pantomimos

(3)

panto- [all] from pas pant- * see pan-

(4)

mimos [mime]

继承用法

pantomimic
AHD:[-m1m“1k] adj.

pantomimist
AHD:[-mo”m1st] n.

英汉法学大词典

pantomime
n.哑剧

英汉心理学大词典

pantomime
哑剧

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