简明英汉词典

religious
[ri5lidVEs]
adj.
信奉宗教的, 虔诚的, 宗教上的, 修道的, 严谨的
n.
僧侣, 尼姑, 修道士

美国传统词典[双解]

religious
re.lig.ious
AHD:[r1-l1j“…s]
D.J.[ri6lid9*s]
K.K.[r!6l!d9*s]
adj.Abbr. rel.(形容词)缩写 rel.

(1)

Having or showing belief in and reverence for God or a deity.
虔诚的:有或显示出对上帝或神灵的信仰或尊敬的

(2)

Of, concerned with, or teaching religion:
宗教的:传教的,和传教有关的:
a religious text.
宗教的文章

(3)

Extremely scrupulous or conscientious:
细心的:极端严谨或认真的:
religious devotion to duty.
极度忠于职守的精神
n.(名词)
【复数】 religious
A member of a monastic order, especially a nun or monk.
僧侣:修道院成员,尤指尼姑或和尚

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin religi?s
源自 拉丁语 religi?s

(4)

from religi?} [religion] * see religion
源自 religi?} [宗教] *参见 religion

继承用法

religiously
adv.(副词)

religiousness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

religiousdevoutpioussanctimonious

(2)

These adjectives mean having or showing a belief in and veneration for God or a divine power, especially as it is reflected in the practice of religion.
这些形容词都意味着有或显示出对上帝或神圣力量的信仰和尊敬,特别反映在宗教行为上。

(3)

Religious implies adherence to religion in both belief and practice:
Religious 暗示着在信仰和行为两方面对宗教的忠诚:
The cathedral at Chartres is an expression of the religious fervor of the Middle Ages.
在查特雷斯的大教堂是中世纪时期宗教热情的表现之一。
“To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists . . . is at the center of true religiousness. In this sense, and in this sense only, I belong to the ranks of the devoutly religious men” (Albert Einstein).
“认识到我们所不能理解的事物确实存在…是真正宗教性的中心。在这个意义上,也只有在这个意义上来说,我属于虔诚地信教徒的行列” (阿尔伯特·爱因斯坦)。

(4)

Devout connotes ardent faith and sincere devotion:
Devout 指热忱的忠诚和真诚的奉献:
Devout Moslems observe Ramadan punctiliously.
虔诚的穆斯林准时地遵守斋月。

(5)

Pious stresses dutiful, reverential discharge of religious duties:
Pious 强调恭敬服从地、出于尊敬地执行宗教义务:
Her mother, a pious woman, attends Mass every morning. When the term refers to insincere piety, however, it is derogatory:
她的母亲是一个虔诚的妇女,每天早晨都参加弥撒。 当这个词指不真诚的虔诚时,它是贬义的:
“It is . . . well stored with pious frauds, and . . . much better calculated for the private advantage of the preacher than the edification of the hearers” (Edmund Burke).
“这充满了虚假的虔诚,主要是为了讲道者的个人利益考虑的,而不是为了启发和熏陶倾听布道者” (埃德蒙德·博克)。

(6)

Sanctimonious in its modern usage always implies a hypocritical pretense of sanctity:
Sanctimonious 在现代的用法中常意味着伪善假装的神圣:
“Thou conclud'st like the sanctimonious pirate, that went to sea with the Ten Commandments, but scrap'd one [Thou shalt not steal] out of the table” (Shakespeare).
“你象带着十诫出海的假装虔诚的海盗一样结束了演讲,但是把其中的一条 从桌子上擦除了” (莎士比亚)

现代英汉词典

religious
[rI5lIdVEs]
adj.

(1)

宗教的
a religious question
宗教问题

(2)

信奉宗教的;虔诚的

(3)

认真的
with religious care
非常认真地
Hans was a very religious man. He behaved in a Christian way to all people including his enemies.
"汉斯是个虔诚的宗教信徒,所以他用基督教的方式对待一切人,包括他的敌人。"

词性变化

religious
n.
信教者

现代英汉综合大辞典

religious
[ri5lidVEs]
adj.

(1)

宗教的, 宗教上的

(2)

信奉宗教的; 虔诚的

(3)

修道的, 出家的

(4)

严谨的, 认真的

(5)

[诗]神圣的
a religious house
修道院, 僧院
do one's work with religious care [exactitude]
严谨地做事

词性变化

religious
[ri5lidVEs]
n.
[sing., pl. ]

(1)

修道士, 僧侣; 尼姑, 修女

(2)

[the religious][总称]宗教信徒

继承用法

religiously
adv.

religiousness
n.

英文相关词典

religious
adoring    devout    faithful    pious    reverent    secular    

美国传统词典

religious
re.lig.ious
AHD:[r1-l1j“…s]
D.J.[ri6lid/*s]
K.K.[r!6l!d/*s]
adj.Abbr. rel.

(1)

Having or showing belief in and reverence for God or a deity.

(2)

Of, concerned with, or teaching religion:
a religious text.

(3)

Extremely scrupulous or conscientious:
religious devotion to duty.
n.
pl. religious
A member of a monastic order, especially a nun or monk.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin religi?s

(4)

from religi?} [religion] * see religion

继承用法

religiously
adv.

religiousness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

religious, devout, pious, sanctimonious

(2)

These adjectives mean having or showing a belief in and veneration for God or a divine power, especially as it is reflected in the practice of religion.

(3)

Religious implies adherence to religion in both belief and practice:
The cathedral at Chartres is an expression of the religious fervor of the Middle Ages.
“To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists . . . is at the center of true religiousness. In this sense, and in this sense only, I belong to the ranks of the devoutly religious men” (Albert Einstein).

(4)

Devout connotes ardent faith and sincere devotion:
Devout Moslems observe Ramadan punctiliously.

(5)

Pious stresses dutiful, reverential discharge of religious duties:
Her mother, a pious woman, attends Mass every morning. When the term refers to insincere piety, however, it is derogatory:
“It is . . . well stored with pious frauds, and . . . much better calculated for the private advantage of the preacher than the edification of the hearers” (Edmund Burke).

(6)

Sanctimonious in its modern usage always implies a hypocritical pretense of sanctity:
“Thou conclud'st like the sanctimonious pirate, that went to sea with the Ten Commandments, but scrap'd one [Thou shalt not steal] out of the table” (Shakespeare).

英汉法学大词典

religious
adj.宗教

英汉化学大词典

religious
adj.宗教的

英汉计算机大词典

religious
adj.宗教的

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