简明英汉词典

romance
[rE5mAns, rEu-]
n.
冒险故事, 浪漫史, 传奇文学, 风流韵事, 虚构
vi.
写传奇, 渲染, 虚构

基本词义

Romance
[rE5mAns]

(1)

罗曼语

(2)

拉丁系语言

美国传统词典[双解]

romance
ro.mance
AHD:[r?-m2ns“, r?“m2ns”]
D.J.[rou6m#ns, 6rou7m#ns]
K.K.[ro6m#ns, 6ro7m#ns]
n.(名词)

(1)

A love affair.
风流韵事

(2)

Ardent emotional attachment or involvement between people, especially that characterized by a high level of purity and devotion; love:
浪漫的感情:人们之间热烈的深情或友爱,尤指高度纯洁虔诚的感情;爱情:
They kept the romance alive in their marriage for 35 years.
他们35年的婚姻生活一直保持着浪漫色彩

(3)

A strong, sometimes short-lived attachment, fascination, or enthusiasm for something:
迷恋,向往:一种对某物强烈且有时很短暂的爱慕、迷恋或热情:
a childhood romance with the sea.
儿时对大海的浪漫向往

(4)

A mysterious or fascinating quality or appeal, as of something adventurous, heroic, or strangely beautiful:
浪漫性,传奇性:神秘或迷人的性质或魅力,如充满危险、英勇或出奇漂亮的东西:
“These fine old guns often have a romance clinging to them”(Richard Jeffries)
“这些精美的旧式枪有传奇性”(理查德·杰弗里斯)

(5)

A long medieval narrative in prose or verse that tells of the adventures and heroic exploits of chivalric heroes:
骑士故事,中世纪的传奇故事:中世纪用韵文体写成的讲述骑士的冒险和英雄事迹的长篇叙事散文或诗:
an Arthurian romance.
关于亚瑟王的传奇故事

(6)

A long, fictitious tale of heroes and extraordinary or mysterious events.
传奇的故事:讲述英雄和不寻常的或神秘事件的长篇虚构故事

(7)

The class of literature constituted by such tales.
浪漫文学,传奇文学:由浪漫传奇故事组成的一类文学

(8)

An artistic work, such as a novel, story, or film, that deals with sexual love, especially in an idealized form.
浪漫作品:小说、故事或电影等内容涉及尤其是理想化的性爱的文艺作品

(9)

The class or style of such works.
这类浪漫的作品或风格

(10)

A fictitiously embellished account or explanation:
虚构,杜撰:润色了的或不真实的叙述或解释:
We have been given speculation and romance instead of the facts.
给我们的全是猜测和胡诌而不是事实

(11)

Music A lyrical, tender, usually sentimental song or short instrumental piece.
【音乐】 浪漫曲:一种抒情,轻柔且通常伤感的歌曲或短小乐曲

(12)

Romance The Romance languages.
Romance 罗曼斯语
adj.(形容词)

Romance
Abbr. Rom.Of, relating to, or being any of the languages that developed from Latin, the principal ones being Italian, French, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. Other such languages are Catalan, Proven?al, Rhaeto-Romanic, Sardinian, and Ladino.
缩写 Rom.罗曼斯语言的:属于、有关或从拉丁语发展而来的一种语言,主要指意大利语、法语、葡萄牙语、罗马尼亚语和西班牙语。它的其它语言还包括加泰罗尼亚语、普罗旺斯语、雷蒂亚-罗马语、撒丁语和拉地诺语
v.(动词)
ro.mancedro.manc.ingro.manc.es[r?-m2ns“]
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To invent, write, or tell romances.
编造、写出或讲述浪漫故事

(2)

To think or behave in a romantic manner.
浪漫地幻想或行动
v.tr.Informal (及物动词)【非正式用语】

(1)

To make love to; court or woo.
向…求爱;追求

(2)

To have a love affair with.
与…有风流韵事

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French romans [romance, work written in French]
源自 古法语 romans [用法语写的浪漫小说或作品]

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *r?3nic? (scrobere)} [(to write) in the vernacular]
源自 俗拉丁语 *r?3nic? (scrobere)} [用方言(写)]

(4)

from Latin R?3nicus} [Roman]
源自 拉丁语 R?3nicus} [古罗马人]

(5)

from R?3nus} * see Roman
源自 R?3nus} *参见 Roman

继承用法

romancer
n.(名词)

基本词义

romance
ro.mance
AHD:[r?-m2ns“, r?“m2ns”]
D.J.[rou6m#ns, 6rou7m#ns]
K.K.[ro6m#ns, 6ro7m#ns]
n.(名词)

(1)

A love affair.
风流韵事

(2)

Ardent emotional attachment or involvement between people, especially that characterized by a high level of purity and devotion; love:
浪漫的感情:人们之间热烈的深情或友爱,尤指高度纯洁虔诚的感情;爱情:
They kept the romance alive in their marriage for 35 years.
他们35年的婚姻生活一直保持着浪漫色彩

(3)

A strong, sometimes short-lived attachment, fascination, or enthusiasm for something:
迷恋,向往:一种对某物强烈且有时很短暂的爱慕、迷恋或热情:
a childhood romance with the sea.
儿时对大海的浪漫向往

(4)

A mysterious or fascinating quality or appeal, as of something adventurous, heroic, or strangely beautiful:
浪漫性,传奇性:神秘或迷人的性质或魅力,如充满危险、英勇或出奇漂亮的东西:
“These fine old guns often have a romance clinging to them”(Richard Jeffries)
“这些精美的旧式枪有传奇性”(理查德·杰弗里斯)

(5)

A long medieval narrative in prose or verse that tells of the adventures and heroic exploits of chivalric heroes:
骑士故事,中世纪的传奇故事:中世纪用韵文体写成的讲述骑士的冒险和英雄事迹的长篇叙事散文或诗:
an Arthurian romance.
关于亚瑟王的传奇故事

(6)

A long, fictitious tale of heroes and extraordinary or mysterious events.
传奇的故事:讲述英雄和不寻常的或神秘事件的长篇虚构故事

(7)

The class of literature constituted by such tales.
浪漫文学,传奇文学:由浪漫传奇故事组成的一类文学

(8)

An artistic work, such as a novel, story, or film, that deals with sexual love, especially in an idealized form.
浪漫作品:小说、故事或电影等内容涉及尤其是理想化的性爱的文艺作品

(9)

The class or style of such works.
这类浪漫的作品或风格

(10)

A fictitiously embellished account or explanation:
虚构,杜撰:润色了的或不真实的叙述或解释:
We have been given speculation and romance instead of the facts.
给我们的全是猜测和胡诌而不是事实

(11)

Music A lyrical, tender, usually sentimental song or short instrumental piece.
【音乐】 浪漫曲:一种抒情,轻柔且通常伤感的歌曲或短小乐曲

(12)

Romance The Romance languages.
Romance 罗曼斯语
adj.(形容词)

Romance
Abbr. Rom.Of, relating to, or being any of the languages that developed from Latin, the principal ones being Italian, French, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. Other such languages are Catalan, Proven?al, Rhaeto-Romanic, Sardinian, and Ladino.
缩写 Rom.罗曼斯语言的:属于、有关或从拉丁语发展而来的一种语言,主要指意大利语、法语、葡萄牙语、罗马尼亚语和西班牙语。它的其它语言还包括加泰罗尼亚语、普罗旺斯语、雷蒂亚-罗马语、撒丁语和拉地诺语
v.(动词)
ro.mancedro.manc.ingro.manc.es[r?-m2ns“]
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To invent, write, or tell romances.
编造、写出或讲述浪漫故事

(2)

To think or behave in a romantic manner.
浪漫地幻想或行动
v.tr.Informal (及物动词)【非正式用语】

(1)

To make love to; court or woo.
向…求爱;追求

(2)

To have a love affair with.
与…有风流韵事

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French romans [romance, work written in French]
源自 古法语 romans [用法语写的浪漫小说或作品]

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *r?3nic? (scrobere)} [(to write) in the vernacular]
源自 俗拉丁语 *r?3nic? (scrobere)} [用方言(写)]

(4)

from Latin R?3nicus} [Roman]
源自 拉丁语 R?3nicus} [古罗马人]

(5)

from R?3nus} * see Roman
源自 R?3nus} *参见 Roman

继承用法

romancer
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

romance
[rEJ5mAns]
n.

(1)

爱情故事; 冒险故事;传奇

(2)

浪漫情调;传奇性
the romance of life in the Wild West
西部蛮荒生活的浪漫情调

(3)

罗曼司;浪漫史;恋情;风流韵事
a romance between a king and a poor girl
一个国王和穷女孩之间的浪慢史

现代英汉综合大辞典

romance
[rE5mAns, rEu-]
n.

(1)

中世纪骑士故事; 传奇, 冒险故事

(2)

浪漫史

(3)

传奇式的生活[世界, 情调等]; 空想癖; 虚构

(4)

【音】浪漫曲
light fiction romance
黄色小说, 恋爱、色情小说

词性变化

romance
[rE5mAns, rEu-]
vi.

(1)

(写)虚构故事

(2)

吹牛; 空想

(3)

[口]谈情说爱
vt.
[口]和...恋爱; 追求(异性)

继承用法

romancer
[rEJ`mAnsE(r)]
n.

(1)

传奇作家

(2)

信口开河的人-cist

词性变化

romance
[rE5mAns, rEu-]
n.
虚构故事作者, 传奇小说家

习惯用语

Arthurian romances
阿瑟王的传奇故事

参考词汇
novel    

基本词义

Romance
[rE5mAns]
n.
罗曼语; 拉丁系语言

词性变化

Romance
[rE5mAns]
adj.
罗曼语的; 拉丁系语言的
French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are Romance languages.
法语、意大利语、西班牙语和葡萄牙语是拉丁系语言。

美国传统词典

romance
ro.mance
AHD:[r?-m2ns“, r?“m2ns”]
D.J.[rou6m#ns, 6rou7m#ns]
K.K.[ro6m#ns, 6ro7m#ns]
n.

(1)

A love affair.

(2)

Ardent emotional attachment or involvement between people, especially that characterized by a high level of purity and devotion; love:
They kept the romance alive in their marriage for 35 years.

(3)

A strong, sometimes short-lived attachment, fascination, or enthusiasm for something:
a childhood romance with the sea.

(4)

A mysterious or fascinating quality or appeal, as of something adventurous, heroic, or strangely beautiful:
“These fine old guns often have a romance clinging to them”(Richard Jeffries)

(5)

A long medieval narrative in prose or verse that tells of the adventures and heroic exploits of chivalric heroes:
an Arthurian romance.

(6)

A long, fictitious tale of heroes and extraordinary or mysterious events.

(7)

The class of literature constituted by such tales.

(8)

An artistic work, such as a novel, story, or film, that deals with sexual love, especially in an idealized form.

(9)

The class or style of such works.

(10)

A fictitiously embellished account or explanation:
We have been given speculation and romance instead of the facts.

(11)

Music A lyrical, tender, usually sentimental song or short instrumental piece.

(12)

Romance The Romance languages.
adj.

Romance
Abbr. Rom.Of, relating to, or being any of the languages that developed from Latin, the principal ones being Italian, French, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. Other such languages are Catalan, Proven?al, Rhaeto-Romanic, Sardinian, and Ladino.
v.
ro.manced, ro.manc.ing, ro.manc.es[r?-m2ns“]
v.intr.

(1)

To invent, write, or tell romances.

(2)

To think or behave in a romantic manner.
v.tr.Informal

(1)

To make love to; court or woo.

(2)

To have a love affair with.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French romans [romance, work written in French]

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *r?3nic? (scrobere)} [(to write) in the vernacular]

(4)

from Latin R?3nicus} [Roman]

(5)

from R?3nus} * see Roman

继承用法

romancer
n.

基本词义

romance
ro.mance
AHD:[r?-m2ns“, r?“m2ns”]
D.J.[rou6m#ns, 6rou7m#ns]
K.K.[ro6m#ns, 6ro7m#ns]
n.

(1)

A love affair.

(2)

Ardent emotional attachment or involvement between people, especially that characterized by a high level of purity and devotion; love:
They kept the romance alive in their marriage for 35 years.

(3)

A strong, sometimes short-lived attachment, fascination, or enthusiasm for something:
a childhood romance with the sea.

(4)

A mysterious or fascinating quality or appeal, as of something adventurous, heroic, or strangely beautiful:
“These fine old guns often have a romance clinging to them”(Richard Jeffries)

(5)

A long medieval narrative in prose or verse that tells of the adventures and heroic exploits of chivalric heroes:
an Arthurian romance.

(6)

A long, fictitious tale of heroes and extraordinary or mysterious events.

(7)

The class of literature constituted by such tales.

(8)

An artistic work, such as a novel, story, or film, that deals with sexual love, especially in an idealized form.

(9)

The class or style of such works.

(10)

A fictitiously embellished account or explanation:
We have been given speculation and romance instead of the facts.

(11)

Music A lyrical, tender, usually sentimental song or short instrumental piece.

(12)

Romance The Romance languages.
adj.

Romance
Abbr. Rom.Of, relating to, or being any of the languages that developed from Latin, the principal ones being Italian, French, Portuguese, Romanian, and Spanish. Other such languages are Catalan, Proven?al, Rhaeto-Romanic, Sardinian, and Ladino.
v.
ro.manced, ro.manc.ing, ro.manc.es[r?-m2ns“]
v.intr.

(1)

To invent, write, or tell romances.

(2)

To think or behave in a romantic manner.
v.tr.Informal

(1)

To make love to; court or woo.

(2)

To have a love affair with.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French romans [romance, work written in French]

(3)

from Vulgar Latin *r?3nic? (scrobere)} [(to write) in the vernacular]

(4)

from Latin R?3nicus} [Roman]

(5)

from R?3nus} * see Roman

继承用法

romancer
n.

英汉化学大词典

romance
n.传奇文学,浪漫文学,冒险故事;vt.渲染,夸大,虚构

英汉计算机大词典

romance
n.传奇文学(浪漫文学,冒险故事);vt.渲染(夸大,虚构)

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