简明英汉词典

reparation
[7repE5reiFEn]
n.
赔偿, 弥补, 恢复, 修理

美国传统词典[双解]

reparation
rep.a.ra.tion
AHD:[rμp”…-r3“sh…n]
D.J.[7rep*6rei.*n]
K.K.[7rWp*6re.*n]
n.(名词)

(1)

The act or process of repairing or the condition of being repaired.
修理,修补:修理或修补的行为或过程或者被修的状况

(2)

The act or process of making amends; expiation.
赔偿,补偿:进行赔偿的行为或过程;补偿

(3)

Something done or paid to compensate or make amends.
赔偿物;赔偿金:为了补偿或做赔偿而做或支付的东西

(4)

reparations Compensation or remuneration required from a defeated nation as indemnity for damage or injury during a war.
reparations 战败国赔款:要求战败国对战争期间的损失或伤害作出补偿的补偿金或赔偿金

语源

(1)

Middle English reparacion
中古英语 reparacion

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Late Latin repar3?} repar3ti?n- [restoration]
源自 后期拉丁语 repar3?} repar3ti?n- [恢复]

(4)

from Latin repar3s [past participle of] repar3re [to repair] * see repair 1
源自 拉丁语 repar3s [] repar3re的过去分词 [修理;修复] *参见 repair1

参考词汇

(1)

reparationredressamendsrestitutionindemnity

(2)

All of these nouns refer to something given in compensation for loss, suffering, or damage.
这些名词都可指作为对损失、苦难或损害的补偿而给予的东西。

(3)

Reparation implies recompense given to one who has suffered injury, harm, or wrong at the hands of another:
Reparation 指的是给予受到他人的伤害、危害或冤屈的人的补偿:
“reparation for our rights at home, and security against the like future violations” (William Pitt).
“对我们在国内的权利补偿以及将来可能受到的侵犯的保障” (威廉姆·皮特)。

(4)

Redress involves setting right what is wrong or providing relief from injustice; the term may imply retaliation or punishment:
Redress 含有纠正冤屈或从不公正中解除的意思;该词语可有报复或惩罚的意思:
“The people, whose privileges he has invaded, call aloud for redress” (Jane Porter).
“那些其权利受到他的侵犯的人声言要他作出赔偿” (简恩·波特)。
“There is no grievance that is a fit object of redress by mob law” (Abraham Lincoln).
“在暴民法下没有一项冤屈是适合平反昭雪的” (亚伯拉罕·林肯)。

(5)

Amends, less forceful than redress, usually implies the giving of satisfaction for a minor grievance or lesser injury:
Amends, 语义比redress 稍弱, 通常指的是对较小的冤屈或伤害作出满意的补偿:
How can I make amends for losing my temper?
我怎样才能对我的发脾气作出补偿呢?

(6)

Restitution is the restoration of something taken illegally or its equivalent:
Restitution 指的是使被非法取走的东西或类似的情况恢复原状:
“He attempted to enforce the restitution of the Roman lands and cities” (George P.R. James).
“他试图强行恢复罗马的土地和城市” (乔治·P.R.詹姆士)。

(7)

Indemnity implies reimbursement for loss or damage sustained:
Indemnity 指的是对已遭受的损失或损害的补偿:
The innocent victims of the riot demanded indemnity for the lawless violence to which they had been subjected.
暴乱中的无辜受害者要求对他们所遭受的非法侵犯作出赔偿

现代英汉词典

reparation
[repE5reIF(E)n]
n.

(1)

赔偿

(2)

(pl) (战败国付的)战争赔款

现代英汉综合大辞典

reparation
[7repE5reiFEn]
n.

(1)

修理[复, 缮], 维[整]修工程

(2)

弥补, 补救[偿]; 恢复; [pl. ] 赔款[偿]
reparation of war
战争赔偿

习惯用语

demand reparation for
要求赔偿

make reparation for
对...作出赔偿

reparations in kind
货物赔偿

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

reparation
赔偿

[七国语言]英汉农业大词典

reparation
修复

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

reparation
修复

美国传统词典

reparation
rep.a.ra.tion
AHD:[rμp”…-r3“sh…n]
D.J.[7rep*6rei.*n]
K.K.[7rWp*6re.*n]
n.

(1)

The act or process of repairing or the condition of being repaired.

(2)

The act or process of making amends; expiation.

(3)

Something done or paid to compensate or make amends.

(4)

reparations Compensation or remuneration required from a defeated nation as indemnity for damage or injury during a war.

语源

(1)

Middle English reparacion

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Late Latin repar3?} repar3ti?n- [restoration]

(4)

from Latin repar3s [past participle of] repar3re [to repair] * see repair 1

参考词汇

(1)

reparation, redress, amends, restitution, indemnity

(2)

All of these nouns refer to something given in compensation for loss, suffering, or damage.

(3)

Reparation implies recompense given to one who has suffered injury, harm, or wrong at the hands of another:
“reparation for our rights at home, and security against the like future violations” (William Pitt).

(4)

Redress involves setting right what is wrong or providing relief from injustice; the term may imply retaliation or punishment:
“The people, whose privileges he has invaded, call aloud for redress” (Jane Porter).
“There is no grievance that is a fit object of redress by mob law” (Abraham Lincoln).

(5)

Amends, less forceful than redress, usually implies the giving of satisfaction for a minor grievance or lesser injury:
How can I make amends for losing my temper?

(6)

Restitution is the restoration of something taken illegally or its equivalent:
“He attempted to enforce the restitution of the Roman lands and cities” (George P.R. James).

(7)

Indemnity implies reimbursement for loss or damage sustained:
The innocent victims of the riot demanded indemnity for the lawless violence to which they had been subjected.

英汉电信大词典

reparation
n.修理,补救

英汉法学大词典

reparation
n.补正 ,划分,赔款,补救 ,赔偿

英汉航海大词典

reparation
n.补偿

英汉化学大词典

reparation
n.修理,弥补

英汉海运大词典

reparation
补偿修理恢复,补救

基本词义

reparation
补偿修理

英汉经贸大词典

reparation
n.补偿

英汉计算机大词典

reparation
n.修理(弥补)

英汉建筑大词典

reparation
n.赔偿,补救

英汉农牧林大词典

reparation
n.补偿,赔偿,赔款

英汉能源大词典

reparation
n.修理,弥补

英汉水利大词典

reparation
n.修理,补救,赔款

英汉心理学大词典

reparation
弥补

英汉医学大词典

reparation
n.弥补,修复

英汉中医大词典

reparation
n.弥补,修复

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