简明英汉词典

terrible
[5terEbl]
adj.
很糟的, 极坏的, 可怕的, 骇人的

美国传统词典[双解]

terrible
ter.ri.ble
AHD:[tμr“…-b…l]
D.J.[6ter*b*l]
K.K.[6tWr*b*l]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Causing great fear or alarm; dreadful:
可怕的:引起极大恐惧或惊慌的;骇人的:
a terrible bolt of lightning; a terrible curse.
可怕的闪电;可怖的诅咒

(2)

Extremely formidable:
极端的:极其令人敬畏的:
terrible responsibilities.
极重大的责任

(3)

Extreme in extent or degree:
极度的:极大的限度或程度的:
“the life for which he had paid so terrible a price”(Leslie Fiedler)
“他为之付出极大的代价的生活”(莱斯利·菲德勒)

(4)

Unpleasant; disagreeable:
糟糕的:令人不愉快的;令人厌恶的:
had a terrible time at the party; terrible food.
在晚会上过得极不愉快;讨厌的食物

(5)

Markedly objectionable:
可憎的:令人十分反感的:
terrible hypocrisy.
令人反感的虚伪

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin terribilis
源自 拉丁语 terribilis

(4)

from terr?e [to frighten]
源自 terr?e [恐吓]

继承用法

terribleness
n.(名词)

terribly
adv.(副词)

现代英汉词典

terrible
[5terIb(E)l]
adj.

(1)

可怕的;极端的
The flood last year was a terrible catastrophe in which many people died.
去年的那场水灾真是一场可怕的灾难,使许多人丧失生命。
If anyone ever asks her how old she is, she always answers, 'My dear, it must be terrible to be grown up!'
假若有人问她多大年纪,她部是回答,'亲爱的,人长大了,一定很可怕!'
We saw a terrible storm.
我们遇到了一场可怕的风暴。

(2)

极坏的;糟透的
Hob's a terrible dancer; he's too clumsy and keeps stepping on his partner's feet.
鲍勃跳舞跳得糟透了,笨手笨脚的,老是踩他舞伴的脚。
Your writing is terrible.
你的字写得很糟糕。

(3)

非常的

现代英汉综合大辞典

terrible
[5terEbl]
adj.

(1)

可怕[怖]的

(2)

[俗]过度的, 非常的, 极端的

(3)

骇人的, 厉害的; [口]极坏的

(4)

[美俚]妙极的, 了不起的
a terrible storm
可怕的风暴
a terrible temper
极坏的脾气
a terrible performance
很糟糕的表演

词性变化

terrible
[5terEbl]
n.
[pl. ]可怕的人[物]

继承用法

terribleness
n.

用法词典

terrible
来自拉丁语terribilis<terrere吓唬

英文相关词典

terrible
abominable    appalling    contemptible    deplorable    despicable    detestable    disgustful    dreadful    horrible    outrageous    scandalous    shocking    vile    wretched    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

terrible
可怕的;恐怖

美国传统词典

terrible
ter.ri.ble
AHD:[tμr“…-b…l]
D.J.[6ter*b*l]
K.K.[6tWr*b*l]
adj.

(1)

Causing great fear or alarm; dreadful:
a terrible bolt of lightning; a terrible curse.

(2)

Extremely formidable:
terrible responsibilities.

(3)

Extreme in extent or degree:
“the life for which he had paid so terrible a price”(Leslie Fiedler)

(4)

Unpleasant; disagreeable:
had a terrible time at the party; terrible food.

(5)

Markedly objectionable:
terrible hypocrisy.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin terribilis

(4)

from terr?e [to frighten]

继承用法

terribleness
n.

terribly
adv.

英汉化学大词典

terrible
adj.可怕的,剧烈的,过度的,了不起的,坏透的;adv.非常,很,极

英汉计算机大词典

terrible
adj.可怕的(剧烈的,过度的;adv.非常(很,极)

英汉心理学大词典

terrible
可怕的

英汉中医大词典

terrible
n.极度的,厉害的,非常的

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