简明英汉词典

rebellion
[ri5beljEn]
n.
谋反, 叛乱, 反抗, 不服从

美国传统词典[双解]

rebellion
re.bel.lion
AHD:[r1-bμl“y…n]
D.J.[ri6belj*n]
K.K.[r!6bWlj*n]
n.(名词)

(1)

Open, armed, and organized resistance to a constituted government.
造反:对某个宪制政府公开、武装及有组织的反抗

(2)

An act or a show of defiance toward an authority or established convention.
反抗,对抗:对权威或已被接受的传统习惯蔑视的行为或表现

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin rebelli?} rebelli?n-
源自 拉丁语 rebelli?} rebelli?n-

(4)

from rebell3e [to rebel] * see rebel
源自 rebell3e [反叛] *参见 rebel

参考词汇

(1)

rebellionrevolutionrevoltmutinyinsurrectionuprising

(2)

These nouns denote acts of violence intended to change or overthrow an existing order or authority.
这些名词指那些想要改变或推翻现存秩序或权威的暴力行为。

(3)

Rebellion is open, armed, organized resistance to constituted political authority that often fails of its purpose:
Rebellion 是指不能实现目的的那种对现政权威的公开、有组织的武力反抗:
A rebellion in the officer corps led to chaos in the armed forces. A revolution is the overthrow of one government and its replacement with another:
下士军官们的反叛导致了武装力量的混乱。 Revolution 是指推翻一个政府并用另一个政府来替代:
The 20th century has seen several major revolutions, which in turn have altered the balance of power among nations.
20世纪发生了几次大革命,它们依次改变了国家之间的力量平衡。

(4)

Revolt is rejection of and rebellion against a prevailing state of affairs or a controlling authority:
Revolt 是对事情的某种统治状态或统治权威的反对和反叛:
Fearing a taxpayers' revolt, the legislature passed a less confiscatory revenue bill.
由于担心纳税人的反对,立法机关通过了一项有利于私人收入的法案。

(5)

Mutiny is revolt against constituted authority, especially by sailors:
Mutiny 是对依法成立的权威的反对或反抗,尤指水手们的暴乱:
The sailors, who had received low pay and poor rations, were finally in a state of mutiny.
只获得低薪和少量定额的水手们最终处于一种暴乱的状态。

(6)

Insurrection and uprising apply to popular revolts that are sometimes limited or are viewed as being the first indications of a more extensive rebellion:
Insurrection 和uprising 都用于指普遍的反抗, 有时这种反抗仅限于或被看作是更广泛造反的前兆:
The freedom fighters withdrew into the mountains, from which they mounted an insurrection against the junta.
自由斗士们撤退到了山中,从那里他们可以发动对军事政权的叛乱。
The 1956 uprising in Hungary was soon quelled by ruthless Soviet military action.
1956年匈牙利起义很快被残酷的苏联军队镇压了下去

现代英汉词典

rebellion
[rI5beljEn]
n.
造反;反叛;起义
When a lot of people rebel, there is a rebellion.
当许多人造反时,就出现了起义。

现代英汉综合大辞典

rebellion
[ri5beljEn]
n.

(1)

造反; 谋反; 起义; 反抗; 不服从

(2)

[the Rebellion ][英]【史】(=the Great Rebellion)大叛乱(1642-1660) ; [美]【史】(=the Civil War)南北战争

习惯用语

rise in rebellion [revolt]
造反, 叛乱; 起义

英文相关词典

rebellion
support    

美国传统词典

rebellion
re.bel.lion
AHD:[r1-bμl“y…n]
D.J.[ri6belj*n]
K.K.[r!6bWlj*n]
n.

(1)

Open, armed, and organized resistance to a constituted government.

(2)

An act or a show of defiance toward an authority or established convention.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin rebelli?} rebelli?n-

(4)

from rebell3e [to rebel] * see rebel

参考词汇

(1)

rebellion, revolution, revolt, mutiny, insurrection, uprising

(2)

These nouns denote acts of violence intended to change or overthrow an existing order or authority.

(3)

Rebellion is open, armed, organized resistance to constituted political authority that often fails of its purpose:
A rebellion in the officer corps led to chaos in the armed forces. A revolution is the overthrow of one government and its replacement with another:
The 20th century has seen several major revolutions, which in turn have altered the balance of power among nations.

(4)

Revolt is rejection of and rebellion against a prevailing state of affairs or a controlling authority:
Fearing a taxpayers' revolt, the legislature passed a less confiscatory revenue bill.

(5)

Mutiny is revolt against constituted authority, especially by sailors:
The sailors, who had received low pay and poor rations, were finally in a state of mutiny.

(6)

Insurrection and uprising apply to popular revolts that are sometimes limited or are viewed as being the first indications of a more extensive rebellion:
The freedom fighters withdrew into the mountains, from which they mounted an insurrection against the junta.
The 1956 uprising in Hungary was soon quelled by ruthless Soviet military action.

英汉法学大词典

rebellion
n.暴动 ,叛乱,造反

英汉化学大词典

rebellion
n.造反,叛乱

英汉计算机大词典

rebellion
n.造反(叛乱)

英汉能源大词典

rebellion
n.造反,叛乱

英汉心理学大词典

rebellion
反抗行为

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