简明英汉词典

quote
[kwEut]
vt.
引用, 引证, 提供, 提出, 报(价)

美国传统词典[双解]

quote
quote
AHD:[kw?t]
D.J.[kwout]
K.K.[kwot]
v.(动词)
quot.edquot.ingquotes
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To repeat or copy the words of (another), usually with acknowledgment of the source.
引用,引述:重复或复录(他人)的话语,通常确定出处

(2)

To cite or refer to for illustration or proof.
引证,举例:为了阐述或证明而引用或参考…

(3)

To repeat a brief passage or excerpt from:
节录:复述一简短章节或从…摘录:
The saxophonist quoted a Duke Ellington melody in his solo.
萨克斯手在他的独奏中引用了一段杜克·爱灵顿的曲子

(4)

To state (a price) for securities, goods, or services.
报价:报出有价证券、商品或服务项目(价格)
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To give a quotation, as from a book.
引用:(如从一本书中)举出一段引文
n.(名词)

(1)

Informal A quotation.
【非正式用语】 引文

(2)

A quotation mark.
引号

(3)

Used by a speaker to indicate the beginning of a quotation.
前引号:讲话者用来表示引用的开始

(4)

Usage Problem A dictum; a saying.
【用法疑难】 箴言、格言

语源

(1)

Middle English coten [to mark a book with numbers or marginal references]
中古英语 coten [在书中标上数码或旁注性参考]

(2)

from Old French coter
源自 古法语 coter

(3)

from Medieval Latin quot3e [to number chapters]
源自 中世纪拉丁语 quot3e [给章节编号]

(4)

from Latin quotus [of what number]
源自 拉丁语 quotus [多少号]

(5)

from quot [how many] * see k wo-
源自 quot [多少] *参见 k wo-

继承用法

quoter
n.(名词)

用法
As a transitive verb quote is appropriately used to describe the use of an exact wording drawn from another source. When the original source is paraphrased or alluded to, the more general term cite is usually preferable. · The noun quote is well established as a truncation of quotation, though many critics regard it as unduly journalistic or breezy. As such, it is best avoided in formal literary discussions. The use of the noun was acceptable to only 38 percent of the Usage Panel in the sentence He began the chapter with a quote from the Bible. But the usage is less objectionable in informal contexts or in reference to less august sources; the word was acceptable to 53 percent of the Panel in the sentence He lightened up his talk by throwing in quotes from Marx Brothers movies. · The noun quote is sometimes used as a synonym for “dictum, saying,” as in His career is just one more validation of Andy Warhol's quote that “in the future, everybody will be famous for fifteen minutes.” This example was unacceptable to 76 percent of the Usage Panel.
作为一个及物动词,用quote 一词来指从另一出处中抄取完全一样的用语是很恰当的。 当原文出处被意译或是间接提及时,一个意义更广泛的词cite 更可取。 quote 这名词形式是由 quatation 削减而来,也已被普遍接受, 虽然许多批评家认为这个词染有不恰当的记者文风或不太正式。因此,在正式的文学讨论中最好避免使用。在用法专题使用小组的调查中,只有38%的人认为这个名词在这章的开始他引用了《圣经》中的一段 文字 这个句子中的用法是可行的。 但在不正式的语境下或提及的出处不很严肃时,对于这种用法的反对意见要少一些。在他插入了一段引自马克斯兄弟电影中的 话 来活跃谈话气氛 这个句子中, 53%的小组成员认为这个词可以接受。 Quote 这个名词有时也可用作“格言、名言”的同义词, 如在他的一生再一次证实了安迪·霍尔的 格言 “将来,每个人都将享有十五分钟的知名度” 这个句子中, 用法专题使用小组中76%的成员认为这个例句无法接受

现代英汉词典

quote
[kwEJt]
vt.
quoted, quoting

(1)

引用…的话
He quotes the Bible.
他引用《圣经》的话。

(2)

(与from连用)举例引证,引述

(3)

(与as连用)引以为证

(4)

(常与at连用)开价;报价

词性变化

quote
n.
引用语;语录

习惯用语

in quotes
在引号中

现代英汉综合大辞典

quote
[kwEut]
vt.

(1)

摘引; 引用; 复述

(2)

提到, 举出(例子)

(3)

把...放进引号内, 用引号把...括起来

(4)

【商】报(价); 开(价); (向...)提出(价格)
The author frequently quoted Shakespeare.
作者经常引用莎士比亚作品里的话。
I can quote what he said.
我可以引用他的话。
He quoted his own experiences in India.
他提到了他在印度的经历。
Can you quote me a recent instance?
你能给我举一个最近的例子吗?
This is the best price I canquoteyou.
这是我能向你提出的最好价格。

词性变化

quote
[kwEut]
vi.
引用, 引证
The minister quoted from the Bible.
这位牧师引用了《圣经》里的话。

quote
[kwEut]
n.

(1)

[口]引语, 引文

(2)

引号

(3)

报价, 估价表

继承用法

quoteworthy
adj.
值得引用[引证]的

quoter
n.

(1)

引用者

(2)

报价者, 估价者

(3)

保险单红利计算员

英文相关词典

quote
cite    echo    illustrate    refer to    repeat    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

quote
引证

美国传统词典

quote
quote
AHD:[kw?t]
D.J.[kwout]
K.K.[kwot]
v.
quot.ed, quot.ing, quotes
v.tr.

(1)

To repeat or copy the words of (another), usually with acknowledgment of the source.

(2)

To cite or refer to for illustration or proof.

(3)

To repeat a brief passage or excerpt from:
The saxophonist quoted a Duke Ellington melody in his solo.

(4)

To state (a price) for securities, goods, or services.
v.intr.
To give a quotation, as from a book.
n.

(1)

Informal A quotation.

(2)

A quotation mark.

(3)

Used by a speaker to indicate the beginning of a quotation.

(4)

Usage Problem A dictum; a saying.

语源

(1)

Middle English coten [to mark a book with numbers or marginal references]

(2)

from Old French coter

(3)

from Medieval Latin quot3e [to number chapters]

(4)

from Latin quotus [of what number]

(5)

from quot [how many] * see k wo-

继承用法

quoter
n.

用法
As a transitive verb quote is appropriately used to describe the use of an exact wording drawn from another source. When the original source is paraphrased or alluded to, the more general term cite is usually preferable. · The noun quote is well established as a truncation of quotation, though many critics regard it as unduly journalistic or breezy. As such, it is best avoided in formal literary discussions. The use of the noun was acceptable to only 38 percent of the Usage Panel in the sentence He began the chapter with a quote from the Bible. But the usage is less objectionable in informal contexts or in reference to less august sources; the word was acceptable to 53 percent of the Panel in the sentence He lightened up his talk by throwing in quotes from Marx Brothers movies. · The noun quote is sometimes used as a synonym for “dictum, saying,” as in His career is just one more validation of Andy Warhol's quote that “in the future, everybody will be famous for fifteen minutes.” This example was unacceptable to 76 percent of the Usage Panel.

英汉船舶大词典

quote
n.援引

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

quote
引号;引证[用,述];援引;报价[开价];【动】开列,证明;加引号

英汉法学大词典

quote
引用 ,援引

英汉航海大词典

quote
n.报价,开盘

英汉化学大词典

quote
vt.引用,开价;n.引用文,引号

英汉海运大词典

quote
引号报价

英汉经贸大词典

quote
n.报价,开盘,规定行市

英汉计算机大词典

quote
vt.引用(开价);n.引用文(引号)

英汉建筑大词典

quote
n.引用

英汉农牧林大词典

quote
n.引用,引证,开价

英汉水利大词典

quote
n.引用,提供,标出

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