简明英汉词典

toil
[tCil]
n.
辛苦, 苦工, 网, 罗网, 圈套
vi.
苦干, 跋涉, 费力地做

美国传统词典[双解]

toil
toil 1
AHD:[toil]
D.J.[t%il]
K.K.[t%!l]
v.intr.(不及物动词)
toiledtoil.ingtoils

(1)

To labor continuously; work strenuously.
苦干:不断地劳动;辛苦地工作

(2)

To proceed with difficulty:
艰难地行走:
toiling over the mountains.
艰难地跋涉于山岭之间
n.(名词)

(1)

Exhausting labor or effort:
辛劳:令人筋疲力尽的劳动或努力:
“A bit of the blackest and coarsest bread is . . . the sole recompense and the sole profit attaching to so arduous a toil”(George Sand)See Synonyms at work
“一小块黑得不能再黑,粗糙得不能再粗糙的面包是…这样一种艰苦的工作的唯一的补偿和唯一的收益。”(乔治·桑)参见 work

(2)

Archaic Strife; contention.
【古语】 争斗;竞争

语源

(1)

Middle English toilen
中古英语 toilen

(2)

from Anglo-Norman toiler [to stir about]
源自 英法语 toiler [搅动]

(3)

from Latin tudicul3e
源自 拉丁语 tudicul3e

(4)

from tudicula [a machine for bruising olives] [diminutive of] tud?s [hammer]
源自 tudicula [一种把橄榄捣碎的机器] [] tud?s的小后缀 [锤子]

继承用法

toiler
n.(名词)

基本词义

toil
toil 2
AHD:[toil]
D.J.[t%il]
K.K.[t%!l]
n.(名词)

(1)

Something that binds, snares, or entangles one; an entrapment. Often used in the plural:
罗网:束缚,捕捉或缠住某物的东西;一个圈套。通常用复数形式:
caught in the toils of despair.
陷于绝境

(2)

Archaic A net for trapping game.
【古语】 网,陷阱:捕捉猎物的网

语源

(1)

French toile [cloth]
法语 toile [布]

(2)

from Old French teile
源自 古法语 teile

(3)

from Latin t?a [web] * see teks-
源自 拉丁语 t?a [网] *参见 teks-

现代英汉词典

toil
[tCIl]
vi.

(1)

艰苦地工作;辛劳

(2)

跋涉;艰苦地行进

词性变化

toil
n.
辛苦;辛勤工作

现代英汉综合大辞典

toil
[tCil]
n.

(1)

苦工, 难事

(2)

劳苦, 辛苦
toil and moil
做苦工, 辛辛苦苦地工作
The book is a toil to read.
这本书读起来真费劲。

词性变化

toil
[tCil]
vi.

(1)

辛苦工作, 劳动(at; for)

(2)

跋涉; 艰苦地行进
toil at a task
辛勤工作
toil up a steep hill
吃力地爬一座陡峭的山

继承用法

toilworn
[`tRIlwR:n]
adj.
疲惫不堪的

toiler
n.
辛苦工作的人

toilful
[`tRIlfJl]
adj.
辛苦的, 劳苦的

toilless
adj.
轻而易举的, 不费力的

toilsome
[5tCIlsEm]
adj.
劳累的, 辛苦的

参考词汇
work    

用法词典

toil
中古英语toilen<古法语toeillier<拉丁语tudiculare
英文相关词典

toil
labor    work    rest    

美国传统词典

toil
toil 1
AHD:[toil]
D.J.[t%il]
K.K.[t%!l]
v.intr.
toiled, toil.ing, toils

(1)

To labor continuously; work strenuously.

(2)

To proceed with difficulty:
toiling over the mountains.
n.

(1)

Exhausting labor or effort:
“A bit of the blackest and coarsest bread is . . . the sole recompense and the sole profit attaching to so arduous a toil”(George Sand)See Synonyms at work

(2)

Archaic Strife; contention.

语源

(1)

Middle English toilen

(2)

from Anglo-Norman toiler [to stir about]

(3)

from Latin tudicul3e

(4)

from tudicula [a machine for bruising olives] [diminutive of] tud?s [hammer]

继承用法

toiler
n.

基本词义

toil
toil 2
AHD:[toil]
D.J.[t%il]
K.K.[t%!l]
n.

(1)

Something that binds, snares, or entangles one; an entrapment. Often used in the plural:
caught in the toils of despair.

(2)

Archaic A net for trapping game.

语源

(1)

French toile [cloth]

(2)

from Old French teile

(3)

from Latin t?a [web] * see teks-

英汉化学大词典

toil
n.辛苦,劳累,难事,罗网,陷阱;vt.吃力的完成,辛苦地从事,使过分操劳

英汉计算机大词典

toil
n.辛苦(劳累,难事;vt.吃力的完成(辛苦地从事,使过分操劳)

航空英语缩写词典

TOIL
Toilet 厕所

英汉心理学大词典

toil
陷井

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