简明英汉词典

trite
[trait]
adj.
陈腐的

美国传统词典[双解]

trite
trite
AHD:[trot]
D.J.[trait]
K.K.[tra!t]
adj.(形容词)
trit.ertrit.est

(1)

Lacking power to evoke interest through overuse or repetition; hackneyed.
陈腐的,老一套的:因久用或重复而失去引起兴趣的力量的,老生常谈的

(2)

Archaic Frayed or worn out by use.
【古语】 用坏了的,磨损了的

语源
Latin tros [from past participle of] terere [to wear out] * see ter- 1
拉丁语 tros [] 源自terere的过去分词 [用坏] *参见 ter- 1

继承用法

tritely
adv.(副词)

triteness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

tritehackneyedshopwornstereotypedthreadbarestalebanal

(2)

These adjectives describe something, such as writing or speech, that lacks appeal or power because it lacks freshness.
这些形容词都用来描述一些因为缺乏新鲜感而没有引力或魅力的东西,如文章或讲话。

(3)

Trite, hackneyed, and shopworn imply overfamiliarity resulting from overuse or repetition; the terms often suggest reduction of something once forceful to an empty formula or cliché:
Trite, hackneyed 和shopworn 暗指因为过度使用或重复而导致熟悉了; 这几个词通常暗示曾一度强有力的东西已为成了空洞无味的套式或陈词滥调:
a trite saying;
陈腐的格言;
a soap opera with a hackneyed plot;
情节老掉牙的肥皂剧;
shopworn slogans.
陈旧的口号。

(4)

Stereotyped refers to what is so lacking in originality or creative force that it seems a mechanical reproduction:
Stereotyped 指的是某些东西极端缺乏新意或创造性,简直就象是机械的再生产:
stereotyped phrases of condolence.
固定不变的安慰词。

(5)

Threadbare suggests that something has been overworked until it is worn out:
Threadbare 暗含有因过分利用而兴趣耗尽的东西:
a threadbare argument.
老掉牙的论点。

(6)

Stale implies that something has lost novelty or interest because it has been overused or because it is dated or passé:
Stale 的意思是某物因过分使用或因为时间久远已失去了新奇感或兴趣:
stale jokes.
老掉牙的笑话。

(7)

Banal applies to what is commonplace or inane:
Banal 用于平庸的或无意义的东西:
banal lyrics.
无意义的歌词

现代英汉词典

trite
[traIt]
adj.
陈腐的,无新义的(意见、看法等)

现代英汉综合大辞典

trite
[trait]
adj.

(1)

过时的; 陈腐的(字句、观念等)

(2)

磨损的

(3)

老一套的
trite coins
磨损的硬币
a trite path
被惯踏的小径

继承用法

tritely
adv.

triteness
n.

英文相关词典

trite
original    

美国传统词典

trite
trite
AHD:[trot]
D.J.[trait]
K.K.[tra!t]
adj.
trit.er, trit.est

(1)

Lacking power to evoke interest through overuse or repetition; hackneyed.

(2)

Archaic Frayed or worn out by use.

语源
Latin tros [from past participle of] terere [to wear out] * see ter- 1

继承用法

tritely
adv.

triteness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

trite, hackneyed, shopworn, stereotyped, threadbare, stale, banal

(2)

These adjectives describe something, such as writing or speech, that lacks appeal or power because it lacks freshness.

(3)

Trite, hackneyed, and shopworn imply overfamiliarity resulting from overuse or repetition; the terms often suggest reduction of something once forceful to an empty formula or cliché:
a trite saying;
a soap opera with a hackneyed plot;
shopworn slogans.

(4)

Stereotyped refers to what is so lacking in originality or creative force that it seems a mechanical reproduction:
stereotyped phrases of condolence.

(5)

Threadbare suggests that something has been overworked until it is worn out:
a threadbare argument.

(6)

Stale implies that something has lost novelty or interest because it has been overused or because it is dated or passé:
stale jokes.

(7)

Banal applies to what is commonplace or inane:
banal lyrics.

英汉化学大词典

trite
adj.用坏了的,陈腐的,老一套的

英汉计算机大词典

trite
adj.用坏了的(陈腐的,老一套的)

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