简明英汉词典

tense
[tens]
adj.
紧张的, 拉紧的
v.
(使)紧张, (使)拉紧
n.
[语法]时态

美国传统词典[双解]

tense
tense 1
AHD:[tμns]
D.J.[tens]
K.K.[tWns]
adj.(形容词)
tens.ertens.est

(1)

Tightly stretched; taut.See Synonyms at stiff See Synonyms at tight
拉紧的;紧绷的参见 stiff参见 tight

(2)

In a state of mental or nervous tension.
心理或神经紧张的

(3)

Characterized by nervous tension or suspense.
以精神紧张为特征的

(4)

Linguistics Enunciated with taut muscles, as the sound (t).
【语言学】 (语音)紧的:肌肉绷紧而发音的,如(t)音
v.tr.intr.(及物动词和不及物动词)
tensedtens.ingtens.es
To make or become tense.
使或变的紧张

语源
Latin t?s [past participle of] tendere [to stretch] * see ten-
拉丁语 t?s [] tendere的过去分词 [拉紧] *参见 ten-

继承用法

tensely
adv.(副词)

tenseness
n.(名词)

基本词义

tense
tense 2
AHD:[tμns]
D.J.[tens]
K.K.[tWns]
n.Abbr. t.Grammar (名词)缩写 t.【语法】

(1)

Any one of the inflected forms in the conjugation of a verb that indicates the time, such as past, present, or future, as well as the continuance or completion of the action or state.
时态:指示时间如过去、现在或将来,或指示动作或状态的持续或完结的动词的各种曲折变化形式的任何一种

(2)

A set of tense forms indicating a particular time:
时态:指示某一特定时间的一系列时态形式:
the future tense.
将来时态

语源

(1)

Middle English tens
中古英语 tens

(2)

from Old French [time]
源自 古法语 [时间]

(3)

from Latin tempus
源自 拉丁语 tempus

现代英汉词典

tense 1
[tens]
adj.

(1)

紧张的;绷紧的;拉紧的
tense muscles
绷紧的肌肉

(2)

焦急;紧张
The players were tense at the start of the game.
队员们在比赛开始时很紧张。

词性变化

tense
vt., vi.

(1)

(使)紧张的;(使)绷紧的;(使)拉紧的

(2)

(使)焦急;(使)紧张

基本词义

tense 2
[tens]
n.
时态;时

现代英汉综合大辞典

tense
[tens]
n.
【语】时态, 时
the narrative tense
陈述时
the perfect tense
完成时
the present [past, future] tense
现在[过去, 将来]时
the progressive [continuous] tense
进行时

继承用法

tenseless
[`tenslIs]
adj.
没有时态的

习惯用语

at prime tense
最初, 起先, 立即

用法词典

tense
来自拉丁词tendere的过去分词tensus伸出的,拉紧的

英文相关词典

tense
rigid    strained    taut    tight    flabby    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

tense
紧张的

美国传统词典

tense
tense 1
AHD:[tμns]
D.J.[tens]
K.K.[tWns]
adj.
tens.er, tens.est

(1)

Tightly stretched; taut.See Synonyms at stiff See Synonyms at tight

(2)

In a state of mental or nervous tension.

(3)

Characterized by nervous tension or suspense.

(4)

Linguistics Enunciated with taut muscles, as the sound (t).
v.tr.intr.
tensed, tens.ing, tens.es
To make or become tense.

语源
Latin t?s [past participle of] tendere [to stretch] * see ten-

继承用法

tensely
adv.

tenseness
n.

基本词义

tense
tense 2
AHD:[tμns]
D.J.[tens]
K.K.[tWns]
n.Abbr. t.Grammar

(1)

Any one of the inflected forms in the conjugation of a verb that indicates the time, such as past, present, or future, as well as the continuance or completion of the action or state.

(2)

A set of tense forms indicating a particular time:
the future tense.

语源

(1)

Middle English tens

(2)

from Old French [time]

(3)

from Latin tempus

英汉地质大词典

tense
n.拉紧的,张紧的

英汉航空大词典

tense
n.紧张的,拉紧的

英汉化学大词典

tense
adj.拉紧的,紧张的,有应力的;vt.使紧张,使拉紧

英汉计算机大词典

tense
adj.拉紧的(紧张的,有应力的);vt.使紧张(使拉紧)

英汉建筑大词典

tense
vt.拉紧的,有应力的

英汉农牧林大词典

tense
n.拉紧的,张紧的

英汉水利大词典

tense
n.拉紧的,绷紧的,紧张的

英汉医学大词典

tense
n.紧张的

英汉中医大词典

tense
n.拉紧的,紧张的,绷紧的

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