简明英汉词典

tendency
[5tendEnsi]
n.
趋向, 倾向

美国传统词典[双解]

tendency
ten.den.cy
AHD:[tμn“d…n-s?]
D.J.[6tend*nsi8]
K.K.[6tWnd*nsi]
n.(名词)
【复数】 ten.den.cies

(1)

Movement or prevailing movement in a given direction:
趋势:在一给定方向的运动或普遍的行动:
observed the tendency of the wind; the shoreward tendency of the current.
观察风向;向岸边的潮流

(2)

A characteristic likelihood:
可能性:特征上的可能性:
fabric that has a tendency to wrinkle.
可能起皱的布料

(3)

A predisposition to think, act, behave, or proceed in a particular way.
脾性:思想、行为、举止的一种倾向,或以一种特殊方式进行

(4)

An implicit direction or purpose:
意向:隐含的倾向或意图:
not openly liberal, but that is the tendency of the book.
虽然没有公开的自由,但这是这本书的倾向

(5)

An implicit point of view in written or spoken matter; a bias.
倾向:在文章或言论中隐含的一种观点;偏见

语源

(1)

Medieval Latin tendentia
中世纪拉丁语 tendentia

(2)

from Latin tend?s tendent- [present participle of] tendere [to tend] * see tend 1
源自 拉丁语 tend?s tendent- [] tendere的现在分词 [倾向于] *参见 tend1

参考词汇

(1)

tendencytrendcurrentdrifttenorinclination

(2)

These nouns are compared as they refer to the direction or course of an action or a thought.
当这些名词都指一种行为或思想方向或过程时它们可以互相比较。

(3)

Tendency implies a predisposition to proceed in a particular way:
Tendency 暗含着以某一特定方式进行的倾向:
“The tendency of our own day is . . . towards firm, solid, verifiable knowledge” (William H. Mallock).
“我们今天的趋势是…朝向一种坚定、坚实且可证明的知识” (威廉·H·马洛克)。

(4)

Trend often applies to a general or prevailing direction, especially within a particular sphere:
Trend 经常指普遍的或流行的方向,尤指在某一特定领域的:
“the trend of religious thought in recent times” (James Harvey Robinson).
“近些时候宗教思想的趋势” (詹姆士·哈维·罗宾逊)。

(5)

Current suggests a course or flow, as of opinion, especially one representative of a given time or place:
Current 暗示路线或流动,如思想观点的,尤指特定时间或地点的典型代表:
“[These] words . . . express the whole current of modern feeling” (James Bryce). A drift is a tendency that depends for its direction or course on the impetus of something likened to a shifting current of air or water:
“[这些] 词…表达了现代情感的整体潮流” (詹姆士· 希莱斯)。Drift 指其方向或路线依赖于被喻为空气或水流的变动潮流的事物的推动力的倾向:
Political conservatives fear a drift toward communism in Latin America.
政治保守派们对拉丁美洲的共产主义倾向感到恐惧。

(6)

Tenor implies a continuous, unwavering course:
Tenor 暗示持续的,不变更的路线:
“His conduct was . . . uniform and unvarying in its tenor” (Frederick Marryat).
“他的行为…与其一贯方式保持一致,毫不变化” (弗里德里克·马里亚特)。

(7)

Inclination usually refers to an individual's propensity for or disposition toward one thing rather than another:
Inclination 通常指个人爱好或喜欢此物甚于彼物的倾向:
“Man's capacity for justice makes democracy possible, but man's inclination to injustice makes democracy necessary” (Reinhold Niebuhr).
“人类对公平的接受能力使民主成为可能,但人类对不公平的倾向却使民主变得必需” (赖因霍尔德·尼布尔)

现代英汉词典

tendency
[5tendEnsI]
n.
-cies

(1)

倾向;趋势

(2)

脾性;修养;天才
His tendency to utter acrimonious remarks alienated his roomates.
他老是说话尖刻,使同寝室的人和他疏远了。

现代英汉综合大辞典

tendency
[5tendEnsi]
n.

(1)

倾向, 趋势

(2)

癖好, 脾性(to, toward)

(3)

(作品等的)旨趣, 意向, 倾向(性)

习惯用语

have a tendency to [towards]
有...的倾向

特殊用法

acquired tendency
习得倾向

agglomerative -cies
联合的趋势

barometric tendency
【气】气压倾向

bearish tendency
(交易所里的)股票行情看跌

bloating tendency
膨胀性

bullish tendency
(交易所里的)股票行情看涨

central tendency
集中趋势(指匀数、中数与众数而言)

centralized tendency
集中趋势

chilling tendency
白口倾向

communicative tendency
社交倾向

congenital -cies
先天倾向

convergent tendency
收敛趋势

decarburizing tendency
脱碳倾向

downward tendency
下跌的趋势, 看跌

escaping tendency
【物化】逃逸趋势

falling tendency
下跌的趋势, 看跌

fluffing tendency
起毛趋势

foaming tendency
起泡性能, 起泡倾向

gassing -cies
气体生成趋势

gum-forming tendency
生成胶质的倾向

horizontal directive tendency
【物】横向度

incipient tendency
苗头, 势头

inherited tendency
遗传趋势, 遗传倾向

innate tendency
固有意向

ionization tendency
电离倾向

knock tendency
爆震性

latent tendency
潜在的倾向

oxidation tendency
氧化倾向

polymer-forming tendency
形成聚合物趋势

pressure tendency
【气】气压倾向

sticking tendency
粘着性

stronger tendency
上涨的趋势, 看涨

tearing tendency
开裂倾向

upward tendency
上涨的趋势, 看涨

vapor locking -cies
形成气塞倾向

weaker tendency
下跌的趋势, 看跌

tendency to oxidize
氧化倾向

参考词汇
tendency     trend     drift    
都含“倾向”、“趋势”的意思。

(1)

tendency 指“向某一方向移动或在确定的趋向中行动”, 如:
show a tendency to improve
显示改善的倾向。

(2)

trend 指“总的趋向或倾向”, 如:
a recent trend in literature
文学的最近倾向。

(3)

drift 指“事情进行的趋势或动向”, 如:
The drift of opinion was against war.
舆论的趋势是反对战争。

用法词典

tendency
tend+ -ency

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美国传统词典

tendency
ten.den.cy
AHD:[tμn“d…n-s?]
D.J.[6tend*nsi8]
K.K.[6tWnd*nsi]
n.
pl. ten.den.cies

(1)

Movement or prevailing movement in a given direction:
observed the tendency of the wind; the shoreward tendency of the current.

(2)

A characteristic likelihood:
fabric that has a tendency to wrinkle.

(3)

A predisposition to think, act, behave, or proceed in a particular way.

(4)

An implicit direction or purpose:
not openly liberal, but that is the tendency of the book.

(5)

An implicit point of view in written or spoken matter; a bias.

语源

(1)

Medieval Latin tendentia

(2)

from Latin tend?s tendent- [present participle of] tendere [to tend] * see tend 1

参考词汇

(1)

tendency, trend, current, drift, tenor, inclination

(2)

These nouns are compared as they refer to the direction or course of an action or a thought.

(3)

Tendency implies a predisposition to proceed in a particular way:
“The tendency of our own day is . . . towards firm, solid, verifiable knowledge” (William H. Mallock).

(4)

Trend often applies to a general or prevailing direction, especially within a particular sphere:
“the trend of religious thought in recent times” (James Harvey Robinson).

(5)

Current suggests a course or flow, as of opinion, especially one representative of a given time or place:
“[These] words . . . express the whole current of modern feeling” (James Bryce). A drift is a tendency that depends for its direction or course on the impetus of something likened to a shifting current of air or water:
Political conservatives fear a drift toward communism in Latin America.

(6)

Tenor implies a continuous, unwavering course:
“His conduct was . . . uniform and unvarying in its tenor” (Frederick Marryat).

(7)

Inclination usually refers to an individual's propensity for or disposition toward one thing rather than another:
“Man's capacity for justice makes democracy possible, but man's inclination to injustice makes democracy necessary” (Reinhold Niebuhr).

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