简明英汉词典

sad
[sAd]
adj.
忧愁的, 悲哀的

基本词义

SAD
=Service Action Drawing 维修图

美国传统词典[双解]

sad
sad
AHD:[s2d]
D.J.[s#d]
K.K.[s#d]
adj.(形容词)
sad.dersad.dest

(1)

Affected or characterized by sorrow or unhappiness.
悲哀的:受哀伤或不快乐影响的或有其特点的

(2)

Expressive of sorrow or unhappiness.
显示悲哀的:显露哀伤或不快乐的

(3)

Causing sorrow or gloom; depressing:
可悲的:导致悲伤或忧郁的;令人沮丧的:
a sad movie; sad news.
悲剧电影;使人伤心的消息

(4)

Deplorable; sorry:
十分糟糕的;令人遗憾的:
a sad state of affairs; a sad excuse.
糟糕的事态;令人遗憾的借口

(5)

Dark-hued; somber.
色彩灰暗的;暗淡的

语源

(1)

Middle English [weary, sorrowful]
中古英语 [忧伤的,悲哀的]

(2)

from Old English s?d [sated, weary] * see s3-
源自 古英语 s?d [满足了的,忧伤的] *参见 s3-

继承用法

sadly
adv.(副词)

sadness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

sadmelancholysorrowfuldolefulwoebegonedesolate

(2)

These adjectives all mean affected with or marked by unhappiness, as that caused by affliction.
这些形容词都表示受不愉快影响的或有其特征的。

(3)

Sad is the most general:
Sad 最笼统:
“Better by far you should forget and smile/Than that you should remember and be sad” (Christina Rossetti).
“忘掉和微笑要比/记住和悲伤美好得多” (克里斯蒂娜·罗塞蒂)。

(4)

Melancholy can refer to a lingering or habitual state of mind marked by somberness or sadness:
Melancholy 可指一种长久的或习惯性的沮丧和悲伤的心境:
The patient's face, though it was melancholy, brightened at the arrival of the guests.
尽管这个病人的表情常常是忧伤的,但客人的到来使他开朗起来。

(5)

Sorrowful applies to mental pain such as that resulting from irreparable loss:
Sorrowful 用于指无可挽回的损失所导致的内心痛苦:
“Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful” (Proverbs 14:13).
“甚至在欢笑时,内心仍然痛苦” (《箴言》14:13)。

(6)

Doleful describes what is mournful, morose, or gloomy:
Doleful 表现的是悲痛的、阴郁的或暗淡的:
The chastised child looked at her father with a pathetic, doleful expression.
被责骂的孩子哀怜地、悲伤地看着她的父亲。

(7)

Woebegone suggests grief or wretchedness, especially as it is reflected in a person's appearance:
Woebegone 意指(尤表现在外表上的)悲伤和苦恼:
“His sorrow . . . made him look . . . haggard and . . . woebegone” (George du Maurier).
“他的悲伤…使他看起来…憔悴且…愁眉苦脸” (乔治·杜·莫里耶)。

(8)

Desolate applies to one that is sorrowful to the point of being beyond consolation:
Desolate 用于指无法安慰地悲伤的人:
“No one is so accursed by fate,/No one so utterly desolate,/But some heart, though unknown,/Responds unto his own” (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow).
“没人注定交厄运,/没人如此悲伤以至无法安慰,/但是某个心灵,尽管不为人知,/对着自己回应” (亨利·华兹华斯·朗费罗)

基本词义

SAD
SAD
abbr.(略语)
Seasonal affective disorder.
Seasonal affective disorder.

现代英汉词典

sad
[sAd]
adj.
-dd-

(1)

悲哀的;忧愁的
a sad face
忧愁的面容
She's sad because her son is ill.
她因儿子生病而发愁。

(2)

令人不快的
sad news
使人难过的消息

现代英汉综合大辞典

sad
[sAd]
adj.

(1)

悲伤的; 令人悲痛的, 可怜的; 凄伤的, 凄惨的, 难过的

(2)

[口]糟透的; 坏透的; 不可救药的; 可耻的

(3)

暗淡的, (颜色等)阴郁的; 黑的

(4)

[罕、方](面包、饼等)没烤透的; 发得不好的; [美俚]次等的
sad news
令人伤心的消息
feel sad
悲伤
a sad state of affairs
糟透的情况
sad to say
[口]可悲的是
sad sack
[美口]冒失鬼
a sad coward
无耻的懦夫, 十足的胆小鬼
a sad dog
一个大流氓

继承用法

sad-coloured
adj.
黯淡的, 阴郁的

sadly
[5sAdlI]
adv.

sadness
[5sAdnis]
n.
凄伤

参考词汇
sad     sorrowful     dejected     depressed    
意思都含“悲伤的”、“沮丧的”。

(1)

sad系常用词, 含义很广, 一般指“不十分强烈地悲愁或难过的”, 如:
The news made her sad.
这消息使她伤心。

(2)

sorrowful 指“由于特定的损失或失望等而悲伤的”, 如:
A funeral is a sorrowful occasion.
葬礼是一种令人悲伤的场合。

(3)

dejected 着重“短期间外表上垂头丧气的”, 如:
She was dejected over her husband's leaving .
她因丈夫的离去而愁容满面。

(4)

depressed 指“因疲劳、失望等而情绪低落的”, 同时可以指“由于健康等情况引起的长期的无精打采或萎糜不振”, 如:
The novel left him feeling depressed.
(读完)这本小说使得他无精打采。
happy     cheerful    

基本词义

SAD
=Service Action Drawing 维修图

用法词典

sad
来自古英语s?d满足的

英文相关词典

sad
blue    dejected    depressed    discouraged    downcast    forlorn    gloomy    glum    grievous    melancholy    miserable    morose    pathetic    somber    sorrowful    sullen    unfortunate    unhappy    glad    

美国传统词典

sad
sad
AHD:[s2d]
D.J.[s#d]
K.K.[s#d]
adj.
sad.der, sad.dest

(1)

Affected or characterized by sorrow or unhappiness.

(2)

Expressive of sorrow or unhappiness.

(3)

Causing sorrow or gloom; depressing:
a sad movie; sad news.

(4)

Deplorable; sorry:
a sad state of affairs; a sad excuse.

(5)

Dark-hued; somber.

语源

(1)

Middle English [weary, sorrowful]

(2)

from Old English s?d [sated, weary] * see s3-

继承用法

sadly
adv.

sadness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

sad, melancholy, sorrowful, doleful, woebegone, desolate

(2)

These adjectives all mean affected with or marked by unhappiness, as that caused by affliction.

(3)

Sad is the most general:
“Better by far you should forget and smile/Than that you should remember and be sad” (Christina Rossetti).

(4)

Melancholy can refer to a lingering or habitual state of mind marked by somberness or sadness:
The patient's face, though it was melancholy, brightened at the arrival of the guests.

(5)

Sorrowful applies to mental pain such as that resulting from irreparable loss:
“Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful” (Proverbs 14:13).

(6)

Doleful describes what is mournful, morose, or gloomy:
The chastised child looked at her father with a pathetic, doleful expression.

(7)

Woebegone suggests grief or wretchedness, especially as it is reflected in a person's appearance:
“His sorrow . . . made him look . . . haggard and . . . woebegone” (George du Maurier).

(8)

Desolate applies to one that is sorrowful to the point of being beyond consolation:
“No one is so accursed by fate,/No one so utterly desolate,/But some heart, though unknown,/Responds unto his own” (Henry Wadsworth Longfellow).

基本词义

SAD
SAD
abbr.
Seasonal affective disorder.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

SAD
= Semiconductor Anti-coincidence Detector,半导体反符合检测器; = Special Adapter Device, 专用(自)适配装置; = Stand-alone diskette, 【unix】独立软盘(格式); = Store Address Director, 存储地址指示字; = System Allocation Document, 系统分配文件

英汉地质大词典

sad
n.选区电子衍射

英汉法学大词典

sad
adj.不幸

英汉化学大词典

sad
adj.悲伤的,颜色深暗的,黯淡的

英汉计算机大词典

sad
adj.悲伤的(颜色深暗的,黯淡的

航空英语缩写词典

SAD
Spares Advance Data 备件前期数据

基本词义

SAD
Stress Analysis Data 应力分析数据

英汉医学大词典

sad
n.伤心

英汉中医大词典

sad
n.悲哀的,哀伤的

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