简明英汉词典

talkative
[5tC:kEtiv]
adj.
多话的, 爱说话的, 多嘴的

美国传统词典[双解]

talkative
talk.a.tive
AHD:[t?“k…-t1v]
D.J.[6t%8k*tiv]
K.K.[6t%k*t!v]
adj.(形容词)
Marked by or having a disposition to talk.
爱说话的:以爱说话的天性为特征的或有其天性的

继承用法

talkatively
adv.(副词)

talkativeness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

talkativeloquaciousgarrulousvolubleverboseglib

(2)

These adjectives mean having or marked by an inclination to talk.
这些形容词指具有一种爱说话的倾向的或以这种倾向为特征的。

(3)

Talkative is the most neutral and often merely suggests sociability:
Talkative 是这些词中最为中性的一个词,经常只是暗示善于交际:
Rather quiet at first, she grew very talkative over her second glass of sherry.
一开始她相当沉寂,但在喝第二杯雪利酒时她开始变得非常健谈。

(4)

Loquacious stresses fluency or readiness of speech:
Loquacious 强调说话的频繁或敏捷:
“Jack became loquacious on his favorite topic” (Frederick Marryat).
“杰克在他最喜爱的话题上变得口若悬河” (弗里德里克·马里亚特)。

(5)

Garrulous implies excessive talkativeness and often suggests rambling, tiresome speech:
Garrulous 暗指过分的健谈并常常暗示着一种东拉西扯的、令人厌烦的谈话:
“Old men are garrulous by nature” (Cicero).
“老人的本性使他们絮絮叨叨” (西塞罗)。

(6)

Voluble connotes a ready, sometimes unending flow of words:
Voluble 意指毫不犹豫的,有时是没完没了的讲话:
Her niece, an extremely voluble young woman, engages in soliloquies, not conversations.
她的侄女是一个极其善谈、说起话来滔滔不绝的年轻妇人,她总是在独白,而不是对话。

(7)

Verbose implies a great, usually excessive number of words:
Verbose 暗指大量的,通常过多的话语:
“a natural reserve accentuated by the verbose frankness of her husband” (W. Somerset Maugham).
“她天生的缄默少言因其丈夫长篇大论式的坦诚而被加剧了” (W·索马瑟特·毛姆)。

(8)

Glib refers to fluent, easy, and smooth speech that often suggests shallowness, lack of sincerity, or questionable motives:
Glib 指流利、轻松和平滑的谈话,这种谈话常常暗示着浅薄、缺乏诚意或值得怀疑的动机:
“Was I too glib about eternal things?” (Theodore Roethke).
“难道我对不朽事物太过于油嘴滑舌? (西奥多·罗特克)

现代英汉词典

talkative
[5tC:kEtIv]
adj.
健谈的;多嘴的;喜欢讲话的

现代英汉综合大辞典

talkative
[5tC:kEtiv]
adj.
健谈的, 爱讲话的, 多嘴的

继承用法

talkatively
adv.

talkativeness
n.

英文相关词典

talkative
taciturn    

美国传统词典

talkative
talk.a.tive
AHD:[t?“k…-t1v]
D.J.[6t%8k*tiv]
K.K.[6t%k*t!v]
adj.
Marked by or having a disposition to talk.

继承用法

talkatively
adv.

talkativeness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

talkative, loquacious, garrulous, voluble, verbose, glib

(2)

These adjectives mean having or marked by an inclination to talk.

(3)

Talkative is the most neutral and often merely suggests sociability:
Rather quiet at first, she grew very talkative over her second glass of sherry.

(4)

Loquacious stresses fluency or readiness of speech:
“Jack became loquacious on his favorite topic” (Frederick Marryat).

(5)

Garrulous implies excessive talkativeness and often suggests rambling, tiresome speech:
“Old men are garrulous by nature” (Cicero).

(6)

Voluble connotes a ready, sometimes unending flow of words:
Her niece, an extremely voluble young woman, engages in soliloquies, not conversations.

(7)

Verbose implies a great, usually excessive number of words:
“a natural reserve accentuated by the verbose frankness of her husband” (W. Somerset Maugham).

(8)

Glib refers to fluent, easy, and smooth speech that often suggests shallowness, lack of sincerity, or questionable motives:
“Was I too glib about eternal things?” (Theodore Roethke).

英汉化学大词典

talkative
adj.健谈的

英汉计算机大词典

talkative
adj.健谈的

英汉心理学大词典

talkative
健谈的

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