简明英汉词典

rebel
[5rebEl]
n.
造反者, 叛逆者, 反抗者, 叛乱者
adj.
造反的, 叛逆的, 反抗的
v.
造反, 反叛, 反抗, 叛乱

美国传统词典[双解]

rebel
re.bel
AHD:[r1-bμl“]
D.J.[ri6bel]
K.K.[r!6bWl]
v.intr.(不及物动词)
re.belledre.bel.lingre.bels

(1)

To refuse allegiance to and oppose by force an established government or ruling authority.
造反:用武力反对、拒绝服从现有的政府或统治权威

(2)

To resist or defy an authority or a generally accepted convention.
反抗:拒绝服从或反对权威或已普遍接受的传统观点

(3)

To feel or express strong unwillingness or repugnance:
反感:感到或表现出强烈的不情愿或嫌恶感:
She rebelled at the unwelcome suggestion.
她对这不受欢迎的建议感到反感
n.(名词)

rebel
AHD:[rμb“…l]
One who rebels or is in rebellion:
反叛分子:造反或参加反叛的人:
“He is the perfect recruit for fascist movements: a rebel not a revolutionary, contemptuous yet envious of the rich and involved with them”(Stanley Hoffman)
“他是法西斯运动不可多得的新成员;一个反叛者却不是一个革命者,蔑视而不羡慕富人并同他们搅在一起”(斯坦利·霍夫曼)
n.attributive.(定语名词)
Often used to modify another noun:
反叛:常用来修饰另一个名词:
rebel troops; a rebel army.
叛军;一支反叛部队

语源

(1)

Middle English rebellen
中古英语 rebellen

(2)

from Old French rebeller
源自 古法语 rebeller

(3)

from Latin rebell3e
源自 拉丁语 rebell3e

(4)

re- [re-]
re- [前缀,表示“再”]

(5)

bell3e [to make war] from bellum [war]
bell3e [打仗] 源自 bellum [战争]

(6)

N., Middle English [rebellious, rebel]
名词, 中古英语 [反叛的;反叛]

(7)

from Old French rebelle
源自 古法语 rebelle

(8)

from Latin rebellis
源自 拉丁语 rebellis

(9)

from rebell3e [to rebel]
源自 rebell3e [反叛]

现代英汉词典

rebel 1
[5reb(E)l]
n.
造反者;反叛者;起义者

词性变化

rebel
adj.
造反的;反叛的;起义的

rebel
[rI5bel]
vi.
-ll-

(1)

(常与against连用)

(2)

造反;反叛;起义

(3)

强烈反对
The students rebelled against their government.
学生们起来反抗他们的政府。

现代英汉综合大辞典

rebel
[5rebEl]
n.

(1)

造反[起义, 反抗]者, 叛徒

(2)

[美](内战时期的)南军士兵

词性变化

rebel
[5rebEl]
adj.
造反的; 反叛的
the rebel army
叛军

rebel
[5rebEl]
vi.
[ri5bel] (rebelled; rebelling)

(1)

造反; 反抗; 叛变; 不服从

(2)

厌恶; 反感
rebel against exploitation
反抗剥削
rebel at the very idea of
想到...就有反感

继承用法

rebeldom
[`rebEldEm]
n.

(1)

反叛者; 叛徒; 叛逆(集合词)

(2)

暴动[反叛]地区

(3)

反叛; 揭竿而起; 暴动; 叛变

rebel like
adj.

英文相关词典

rebel
defy    disobey    disregard    mutiny    revolt    riot    rise up    

美国传统词典

rebel
re.bel
AHD:[r1-bμl“]
D.J.[ri6bel]
K.K.[r!6bWl]
v.intr.
re.belled, re.bel.ling, re.bels

(1)

To refuse allegiance to and oppose by force an established government or ruling authority.

(2)

To resist or defy an authority or a generally accepted convention.

(3)

To feel or express strong unwillingness or repugnance:
She rebelled at the unwelcome suggestion.
n.

rebel
AHD:[rμb“…l]
One who rebels or is in rebellion:
“He is the perfect recruit for fascist movements: a rebel not a revolutionary, contemptuous yet envious of the rich and involved with them”(Stanley Hoffman)
n.attributive.
Often used to modify another noun:
rebel troops; a rebel army.

语源

(1)

Middle English rebellen

(2)

from Old French rebeller

(3)

from Latin rebell3e

(4)

re- [re-]

(5)

bell3e [to make war] from bellum [war]

(6)

N., Middle English [rebellious, rebel]

(7)

from Old French rebelle

(8)

from Latin rebellis

(9)

from rebell3e [to rebel]

英汉法学大词典

rebel
v.反叛 ,反叛者,造反者

英汉化学大词典

rebel
vi.造反;n.造反者

英汉计算机大词典

rebel
vi.造反;n.造反者

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