简明英汉词典

tomato
[tE5mB:tEu, tE5meitEu]
n.
番茄, 西红柿

美国传统词典[双解]

tomato
to.ma.to
AHD:[t…-m3“t?, -m?“-]
D.J.[t*6meitou, -6m$8-]
K.K.[t*6meto, -6m$-]
n.(名词)
【复数】 to.ma.toes

(1)

A widely cultivated South American plant (Lycopersicon esculentum) having edible, fleshy, usually red fruit.
蕃茄,西红柿:一种广泛种植的南美植物(番茄 番茄属) ,果实通常呈红色,可食多肉

(2)

The fruit of this plant.
西红柿:这种植物的果实

(3)

Slang A woman regarded as attractive.
【俚语】 美女:被认为有魅力的女子

语源

(1)

Alteration of Spanish tomate
西班牙语 tomate的变化

(2)

from Nahuatl tomatl
源自 那瓦特语 tomatl

注释
It has been said that the real contributions to world civilization were made by the unknown inhabitants of the Americas who domesticated plants such as the potato and squash and not by the great pre-Columbian civilizations, including that of the Aztecs. The tomato was another contribution, its name coming ultimately from the Nahuatl language spoken by the Aztecs as well as by other groups in Mexico and Central America. The Spanish, who conquered the area, brought back the tomato to Spain and, borrowing the Nahuatl word tomatl for it, named it tomate, a form shared in French, Portuguese, and early Modern English. Tomate, first recorded in 1604, gave way to tomato, a form created in English either because it was assumed to be Spanish or under the influence of the word potato. In any case, as is well known, people resisted eating this New World food at first because its membership in the Nightshade family made it suspect, but it is now eaten throughout the world while Aztec civilization is memorialized by ruins.
据说对世界文明真正作出贡献的并非是包括阿兹特克文明在内的哥伦布到达前的美洲文明,而是那些家庭种植土豆、南瓜等的不知名的美洲居民。西红柿是其中的另一贡献,它的名字最终的来源是阿兹特克人和其他墨西哥和中美洲居民使用的纳瓦特尔语。征服了该地区的西班牙人把西红柿带回了西班牙,并且借用了纳瓦特尔语的单词 tomatl , 把它称作tomate , 这个形式为法语、葡萄牙语和早期现代英语所通用。Tomate ,最早记录于1604年, 后来被英语中诞生的一个形式tomato 所取代。 取代的原因可能是因为形式上更象西班牙语或是因为受单词potato 的影响。 不管怎么样,就像我们知道的,由于它属于茄科使它受到怀疑,人们起初拒绝吃它,不过现在全世界的人们都在吃西红柿,而阿兹特克文明都只存在于废墟之中了

现代英汉词典

tomato
[tE5mB:tEJ; (?@) tE5meItEJ]
n.
-toes
蕃茄,西红柿

现代英汉综合大辞典

tomato
[tE5mB:tEu, tE5meitEu]
n.
(pl. tomatoes)

(1)

【植】番茄, 西红柿

(2)

[美俚]少女; 男人; 脸

(3)

无能的拳击师; 棒球用球
tomato sauce
番茄酱
tomato juice
番茄汁

特殊用法

currant tomato
醋栗番茄

peeled tomato
去皮整番茄

strained tomatoes
番茄浆

strawberry tomato

(1)

(=goose-berry)茶蔗子属

(2)

毛酸浆

uniform ripening tomato
成熟度一致的番茄

whole tomato
去皮整番茄

用法词典

tomato
西班牙文tomate

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

tomato
番茄

[七国语言]英汉农业大词典

tomato
番茄

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

tomato
番茄, 戊柿

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

tomato
番茄

美国传统词典

tomato
to.ma.to
AHD:[t…-m3“t?, -m?“-]
D.J.[t*6meitou, -6m$8-]
K.K.[t*6meto, -6m$-]
n.
pl. to.ma.toes

(1)

A widely cultivated South American plant (Lycopersicon esculentum) having edible, fleshy, usually red fruit.

(2)

The fruit of this plant.

(3)

Slang A woman regarded as attractive.

语源

(1)

Alteration of Spanish tomate

(2)

from Nahuatl tomatl

注释
It has been said that the real contributions to world civilization were made by the unknown inhabitants of the Americas who domesticated plants such as the potato and squash and not by the great pre-Columbian civilizations, including that of the Aztecs. The tomato was another contribution, its name coming ultimately from the Nahuatl language spoken by the Aztecs as well as by other groups in Mexico and Central America. The Spanish, who conquered the area, brought back the tomato to Spain and, borrowing the Nahuatl word tomatl for it, named it tomate, a form shared in French, Portuguese, and early Modern English. Tomate, first recorded in 1604, gave way to tomato, a form created in English either because it was assumed to be Spanish or under the influence of the word potato. In any case, as is well known, people resisted eating this New World food at first because its membership in the Nightshade family made it suspect, but it is now eaten throughout the world while Aztec civilization is memorialized by ruins.

英汉船舶大词典

tomato
n.番茄,西红柿

英汉纺织大词典

tomato
n.蕃茄红

英汉航海大词典

tomato
n.番茄,西红柿

英汉环境大词典

tomato
n.番茄,西红柿

英汉化学大词典

tomato
n.番茄,西红柿

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tomato
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英汉经贸大词典

tomato
n.番茄,西红柿

英汉计算机大词典

tomato
n.番茄(西红柿)

英汉农牧林大词典

tomato
n.番茄

英汉能源大词典

tomato
n.番茄,西红柿

英汉医学大词典

tomato
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