简明英汉词典

party
[5pB:ti]
n.
党, 政党, 随行人员, [律]当事人, 社交会

美国传统词典[双解]

party
par.ty
AHD:[p?r“t?]
D.J.[6p$8ti8]
K.K.[6p$ti]
n.(名词)
【复数】 par.ties

(1)

A social gathering especially for pleasure or amusement:
宴会,聚会,派对:尤指为消遣或娱乐的社交聚会:
a cocktail party.
鸡尾酒会

(2)

A group of people who have gathered to participate in an activity.See Synonyms at band 2
一群人,队伍:聚在一起参加一项活动的一群人参见 band2

(3)

An established political group organized to promote and support its principles and candidates for public office.
政党,党派:组建起来用以宣传和支持其原则以及帮助候选人竞选政治职务的政治团体

(4)

A person or group involved in an enterprise; a participant or an accessory:
参与者,同谋者:包含在一个企业内的人或团体;参与者或同谋:
I refuse to be a party to your silly scheme.
我拒绝参与你愚蠢的计划

(5)

Law A person or group involved in a legal proceeding as a litigant.
【法律】 诉讼当事人:作为诉讼当事人而卷入一起法律诉讼的人或团体

(6)

A subscriber to a telephone party line.
对方:合用电话线路的用户

(7)

A person using a telephone.
打电话者

(8)

A person:
人:
“And though Grainger was a spry old party, such steps couldn't be his”(Anthony Hyde)
“即使格雷杰是个老当益壮之人,他也不可能采取这样的行动”(安东尼·海德)

(9)

A selected group of soldiers:
军团:精选一组士兵:
a raiding party.
突袭队

(10)

Slang
【俚语】

(11)

An act of sexual intercourse.
性行为

(12)

An orgy.
狂欢
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Of, relating to, or participating in an established political organization:
政党的,党派的:已确立的政治组织的、与之有关的或参与这种组织的:
party members; party politics.
党员;党派政治

(2)

Suitable for use at a social gathering:
适用于宴会的:适于在社交聚会上使用的:
party dresses; a party hat.
宴会服;礼帽

(3)

Characteristic of a pleasurable social gathering:
欢乐的:具有娱乐性社会聚会特征的:
a party atmosphere.
欢乐的气氛
v.intr.(不及物动词)
par.tiedpar.ty.ingpar.ties【非正式用语】
To celebrate or carouse at or as if at a party:
狂欢痛饮,开庆祝宴会:在或似乎在宴会上举行庆祝或痛饮:
That night we partied until dawn.
那晚我们痛饮到天亮

语源

(1)

Middle English partie [part, side, group]
中古英语 partie [方,边,队]

(2)

from Old French [from feminine past participle of] partir [to divide]
源自 古法语 [] 源自partir的阴性过去分词 [分开]

(3)

from Latin partoe
源自 拉丁语 partoe

(4)

from pars part- [part] * see part
源自 pars part- [部分] *参见 part

用法
Party is unexceptionable when used to refer to a participant in a social arrangement, as in She was not named as a party in the conspiracy. It is this sense that underlies the legal use of the term, as when one speaks of the parties to a contract. The legal use has in turn led to the presence of the word in many fixed expressions, such as injured party and third party. But party is also widely used as a general substitute for person, as in Would all parties who left packages at the desk please reclaim their property. This usage has been established for many centuries, but in the Victorian era it came to be associated with the language of the semieducated (the Oxford English Dictionary describes it as “shoppy”), and it has been the subject of many later criticisms. This use of party may have been reinforced by its modern adoption by telephone operators. In other contexts, when used in earnest, it may be perceived as a superfluous variant for person. But the jocular use of the term is well established, particular in references such as a wise old party.
Party 用作指一项社会活动的参与者是很常见的, 如她不是这一阴谋的参与者。 正是这一意义构成了这一词的法律用法,如人们说及 parties to a contract 。 这种法律用法反过来又使得这一词出现在许多固定的短语中,如injured party 和 third party。 但party 也被广泛地用于对 person 的泛称, 如在所有将包裹放在桌子上的人请来认领他们的东西。 这种用法已确立了许多个世纪,但在维多利亚时代,它开始与受过部分教育的人的语言联系起来(牛津英语词典 把它描述为“三句话不离本行的”), 并且它已成为后来许多批判家批评的对象。Party 的这一用法由于话务员的经常采用而被强化了。 在其它的上下文中,当用于严肃的场合时,它可以被视作是person 不必要的变体。 但这一词诙谐的用法确立已久,尤其在提及如一个精明的老人 时

现代英汉词典

party
[5pB:tI]
n.
-ties

(1)

团体;一伙人
a party of schoolchildren
一个小学生团体
The teacher is taking a party of children to the library.
老师正带领一队孩子去图书馆。
An ancient bus stopped by a dry river bed and a party of famous actors and actresses got off.
"一辆古旧的大客车停在一条干涸的河床旁,一批著名男女演员下了车。"

(2)

集会;聚会;宴会
a birthday party
生日聚会
Did you enjoy Alice's birthday party?
在爱丽丝家举行的那次生日聚会上你玩得痛快吗?

(3)

政党;党派;党
a political party
政党
What is the party line on the development in the society of knowledge economy?
这个政党对知识经济社会的发展策略的立场是什么?

(4)

(诉讼、协约、会议的)一方,当事人
both parties
双方
the other party
另一方

习惯用语

be a party to
参加;知道或支持

词性变化

party
vi.
参加社交聚会

现代英汉综合大辞典

party
[5pB:ti]
n.

(1)

党, 党派, 政党, 团体

(2)

结党, 党派活动

(3)

同伙, 参加某项活动的一伙人, 随行人员

(4)

(社交, 游戏等的)集会, 聚会, 宴会等

(5)

【军】特遣队, 部队

(6)

(条约, 会议, 诉讼等)当事人, 参与者, 一方

(7)

[俚]一个人
the Communist Party of China [the Chinese Communist Party]
中国共产党
enter [join] the Party
入党
the democratic -ties
民主党派
a tea party
茶会
give [hold] a dinner [an evening] party
举行宴[晚]会
a garden party
游园会
both -ties
双方
the other party
对方
country party
代表农业利益的政党, 农民党
covering party
【军】掩护部队
Grand Old Party
(略GOP或G.O.P)美国共和党的别称
High Contracting Parties
缔约国
A party of school children is going to France.
一群学生将去法国。

词性变化

party
[5pB:ti]
vt.
为...举行社交聚会, 以宴会款待
vi.
举行[参加]社交聚会
adj.

(1)

政党的, 党派的

(2)

参与的, 有关系的

(3)

共有的

(4)

宴[晚]会的

继承用法

party-and-party
adj.
当事人间的

party-colo(u)red
adj.
(=parti-colored)杂色的, 斑驳的, 变化多的

partydress
n.
晚礼服

partygoer
[`pB:tI9^EJE(r)]
n.
常常参加晚会的人

party-line
adj.
合乎[基于]党的政策的

party-spirited
adj.
党性强的, 有党性的, 对党热心的

party-wall
n.
界[共用]墙

partyism
[`pB:tIIzEm]
n.
党[派]性; 政党制度

partyist
n.
党派性强的人

习惯用语

be a party to sth.
与某事发生关系, 参与某事

Boston Tea Party
[美]波士顿茶叶事件(1773年12月波士顿人袭击英国茶船; 将船上价值一万八千镑的茶叶倾入海中)

coming-out party
[口]介绍少女初进社交界的交谊会

crash a party
[美俚]未经邀请而闯进宴会, 做不速之客

firing party

(1)

(对军事法庭判处死刑的犯人执行枪决的)行刑队

(2)

(举行军人葬礼时的)鸣枪队

firing squad

(1)

(对军事法庭判处死刑的犯人执行枪决的)行刑队

(2)

(举行军人葬礼时的)鸣枪队

hen party
[口]妇女的集会

house party
留客人在别墅过夜(或小住)的招待会; 参加别墅招待会的全体宾客

make one's party good
作有效的抵抗; 说清自己的立场

necktie party
[美、俚]绞死; 私刑处死

petting party
[口](青年男女的)爱抚会(可以拥抱, 接吻等)

spoiler party
[美](在选举中为击败某一政党而成立的)第三政党

stag party
[口]只有男人参加的交谊会

surprise party
突击队, 奇袭队; [美]为招待某朋友由各人自带食品突然到他家里的聚会

tacky party
[美]客人故意穿乡下人衣服参加的社交集会; 客人穿着华丽而又俗不可耐的衣服参加的社交集会(最佳者可以得奖)

third party
第三者, 第三方; [美](两党制政体的)第三党

throw a party
[口]举行宴会, 酒会等

give a party
[口]举行宴会, 酒会等

hold a party
[口]举行宴会, 酒会等

war party
主战派

work party

(1)

(执行特定任务的)工作组, 工作班子

(2)

专题调查委员会

working party

(1)

(执行特定任务的)工作组, 工作班子

(2)

专题调查委员会

特殊用法

accommodation party
通融有关方面

accredited party
授信买方即信用证申请人

aggrieved party
受损害方

beneficiary party
受益方

both contracting -ties
缔约双方

called party
被叫用户

calling party
主叫用户

charter party
租船契约[合同]contending-ties 争议双方contracting-ties 缔约[合同]各方

disputing party
当事方

entitled party
受权方

entrusting party
委托方

final assault party
主峰突击队

injured party
遭受损失方

innocent party
无辜方

interested party
有关的当事人

level party
水准组

leveling party
水准测量队

losing party
败诉方

main party
登顶突击组

mask party
罩框部分

non-contracting party
非缔约国[方]

notified party
被通知方

notify party
到货受通知人, 受通知人

observant party
守约方

protesting party
拒付人

recovery party
【军】抢修队

remote -ties
票据上的间接关系人

repair party
维修队

rescue party
营救组

roped party
结组

second party
乙方, 第二方

shore fire-control party
【军】舰炮火力岸上控制组

third party
第三方(保险条例中指保险单持有人和保险公司之外的有关人员)

topographic survey party
地形测量队

tourist party
观光团, 旅游团

transit party
经纬仪组

unsuccessful party
败诉方

winning party
胜诉方

party in default
违约的合同当事人-

ties to a bill of exchange
汇票的各当事人, 汇票关系人-

ties to a contract
签约人-

ties to a draft
汇票当事人

party to an instrument
票据上的当事人

party to the controversy
争端当事国

参考词汇
group    

用法词典

party
part+-y

英文相关词典

party
affair    ball    band    body    celebration    company    crew    faction    fellow    festival    fete    gang    group    individual    person    

[七国语言]英汉电子大词典

party

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

party
团体

美国传统词典

party
par.ty
AHD:[p?r“t?]
D.J.[6p$8ti8]
K.K.[6p$ti]
n.
pl. par.ties

(1)

A social gathering especially for pleasure or amusement:
a cocktail party.

(2)

A group of people who have gathered to participate in an activity.See Synonyms at band 2

(3)

An established political group organized to promote and support its principles and candidates for public office.

(4)

A person or group involved in an enterprise; a participant or an accessory:
I refuse to be a party to your silly scheme.

(5)

Law A person or group involved in a legal proceeding as a litigant.

(6)

A subscriber to a telephone party line.

(7)

A person using a telephone.

(8)

A person:
“And though Grainger was a spry old party, such steps couldn't be his”(Anthony Hyde)

(9)

A selected group of soldiers:
a raiding party.

(10)

Slang

(11)

An act of sexual intercourse.

(12)

An orgy.
adj.

(1)

Of, relating to, or participating in an established political organization:
party members; party politics.

(2)

Suitable for use at a social gathering:
party dresses; a party hat.

(3)

Characteristic of a pleasurable social gathering:
a party atmosphere.
v.intr.
par.tied, par.ty.ing, par.tiesInformal
To celebrate or carouse at or as if at a party:
That night we partied until dawn.

语源

(1)

Middle English partie [part, side, group]

(2)

from Old French [from feminine past participle of] partir [to divide]

(3)

from Latin partoe

(4)

from pars part- [part] * see part

用法
Party is unexceptionable when used to refer to a participant in a social arrangement, as in She was not named as a party in the conspiracy. It is this sense that underlies the legal use of the term, as when one speaks of the parties to a contract. The legal use has in turn led to the presence of the word in many fixed expressions, such as injured party and third party. But party is also widely used as a general substitute for person, as in Would all parties who left packages at the desk please reclaim their property. This usage has been established for many centuries, but in the Victorian era it came to be associated with the language of the semieducated (the Oxford English Dictionary describes it as “shoppy”), and it has been the subject of many later criticisms. This use of party may have been reinforced by its modern adoption by telephone operators. In other contexts, when used in earnest, it may be perceived as a superfluous variant for person. But the jocular use of the term is well established, particular in references such as a wise old party.

英汉船舶大词典

party
n.班,当事人

英汉电信大词典

party
n.用户,一组

英汉法学大词典

party
n.参与者 ,当事人,党, 集会

英汉航海大词典

party
n.团体

英汉航空大词典

party
n.一群,班组

英汉化学大词典

party
n.党,一群,当事人

英汉海运大词典

party
一方,当事人聚会,宴会,晚会班,队

英汉经贸大词典

party
n.团体

英汉计算机大词典

party
n.党(一群,当事人

英汉机械大词典

party
n.一群,班组

英汉建筑大词典

party
n.团体,当事人

英汉能源大词典

party
n.一群,聚会,党

英汉水利大词典

party
n.队,班组,用户

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