简明英汉词典

ugly
[5Q^li]
adj.
丑陋的, 难看的

美国传统词典[双解]

ugly
ug.ly
AHD:[?g“l?]
D.J.[6(gli8]
K.K.[6(gli]
adj.(形容词)
ug.li.erug.li.est

(1)

Displeasing to the eye; unsightly.
丑陋的:看上去令人不快的;难看的

(2)

Repulsive or offensive; objectionable:
令人厌恶的或讨厌的;反对的:
an ugly remark.
令人讨厌的评论

(3)

Chiefly Southern U.S. Rude:
【多用于美国南部】 粗鲁的:
Don't be ugly to your grandparents.
不要对你的祖父祖母那么粗鲁

(4)

New England Unmanageable. Used of animals, especially cows or horses.
【新英格兰】 难控制的。用于动物,尤其是奶牛或马

(5)

Morally reprehensible; bad.
道德败坏的:道德上应受指责的;坏的

(6)

Threatening or ominous:
威胁的或不祥的:
ugly black clouds in the sky.
天空中不祥的乌云

(7)

Likely to cause embarrassment or trouble:
险恶的:很可能造成尴尬或麻烦的:
“Public opinion in both nations could take an ugly turn”(George R. Packard)
“两个国家的公众意见都有可能会转而造成麻烦”(乔治R.帕卡德)

(8)

Marked by or inclined to anger or bad feelings; cross or disagreeable:
脾气坏的:倾向于发怒或不好的感觉的;脾气坏的或令人不快的:
an ugly temper; an ugly scene.
坏脾气;令人不快的场面
n.(名词)
【复数】 ug.lies【非正式用语】
One that is ugly.
丑陋的人

语源

(1)

Middle English [frightful, repulsive]
中古英语 [可怕的,令人讨厌的]

(2)

from Old Norse uggligr
源自 古斯堪的纳维亚语 uggligr

(3)

from uggr [fear]
源自 uggr [害怕]

继承用法

uglily
adv.(副词)

ugliness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

uglyhideousill-favoredunsightly

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “offensive to the sense of sight”:
这些形容词共有的中心意思是“看上去令人讨厌的”:
ugly furniture;
难看的家具;
a hideous scar;
难看的疤;
an ill-favored countenance;
丑陋的面孔;
an unsightly billboard. beautiful
难看的广告牌 beautiful

注释
The standard sense of the adjective ugly becomes figurative in the common expression an ugly temper. Regional American speech shares this figurative sense and makes it even more specific. In New England ugly as applied to animals, especially large farm animals such as cows and horses, means “balky, hard to manage.” In the South, on the other hand, ugly with the specific sense of “rude” is used of persons: Don't be ugly, son. Interestingly, the word clever (senses 4 through 6) follows the same regional pattern as ugly : in New England the specialized senses refer to animals; in the South, to persons.
形容词ugly 的标准的意思在的表达 坏脾气 中变得借喻性了。 美国的地区性语言中都有这种比喻性意义并且使它更加具体化。在新英格兰ugly 被用于动物, 尤其是大型的家畜,如奶牛和马,其意思是“不好,很难控制”。 在南部,另一方面,ugly 被用于人的具体意思为“粗鲁的”: 孩子,不要那么粗鲁。 有意思的是,单词clever (释义4到6)有着和 ugly 一样地方性形式: 在新英格兰,特指的意思用于动物;在南方用于人

现代英汉词典

ugly
[5Q^lI]
adj.
uglier, ugliest

(1)

难看的;丑陋的
a ugly man
丑陋的人
ugly furniture
难看的家具
He looked at the ugly square buildings around him, and he did not like what he saw.
他观察了他周围的难看的四四方方的楼房,他不喜欢这些建筑物。
Now he has put an ugly stone head over the gate.
现在他把一个丑陋的石雕头像挂在大门上。

(2)

令人讨厌的;险恶的
ugly black clouds
阴沉的黑云
an ugly rumor
恶意的谣传
The situation looks ugly.
形势看来很严峻。

现代英汉综合大辞典

ugly
[5Q^li]
adj.

(1)

丑(陋)的, 难看的; 怪模样的

(2)

道德败坏的; 邪[丑]恶的

(3)

不体面的; 不愉快的; 讨厌的

(4)

令人困窘的, 别扭的; [美]好争吵的; [口]坏脾气的, 暴躁的

(5)

(天气)象要刮风下雨的; 阴沉的; 险恶的
an ugly shape
丑陋的形态
an ugly building
难看的建筑物
an ugly deed
丑行
an ugly wound
吓人的伤口
an ugly situation
令人困窘的情况
an ugly temper
坏脾气
The sky has an ugly look.
天气阴沉沉的。

词性变化

ugly
[5Q^li]
n.
[俚]丑陋的人[动物、东西]; (19世纪流行的)女帽(上的丝质)遮阳

继承用法

uglily
adv.

词性变化

ugliness
[`Q^lInIs]
n.

习惯用语

cut up ugly
发脾气

strike me ugly [dead] if
如果...就叫我不得好死(赌咒语)

用法词典

ugly
来自中古英语uglike<古挪威语uggligr可怕的

英文相关词典

ugly
bad-tempered    cranky    cross    disagreeable    hideous    homely    irritable    mean    ornery    perverse    plain    quarrelsome    testy    unattractive    unpleasant    unsightly    beautiful    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

ugly
丑陋的

美国传统词典

ugly
ug.ly
AHD:[?g“l?]
D.J.[6(gli8]
K.K.[6(gli]
adj.
ug.li.er, ug.li.est

(1)

Displeasing to the eye; unsightly.

(2)

Repulsive or offensive; objectionable:
an ugly remark.

(3)

Chiefly Southern U.S. Rude:
Don't be ugly to your grandparents.

(4)

New England Unmanageable. Used of animals, especially cows or horses.

(5)

Morally reprehensible; bad.

(6)

Threatening or ominous:
ugly black clouds in the sky.

(7)

Likely to cause embarrassment or trouble:
“Public opinion in both nations could take an ugly turn”(George R. Packard)

(8)

Marked by or inclined to anger or bad feelings; cross or disagreeable:
an ugly temper; an ugly scene.
n.
pl. ug.liesInformal
One that is ugly.

语源

(1)

Middle English [frightful, repulsive]

(2)

from Old Norse uggligr

(3)

from uggr [fear]

继承用法

uglily
adv.

ugliness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

ugly, hideous, ill-favored, unsightly

(2)

The central meaning shared by these adjectives is “offensive to the sense of sight”:
ugly furniture;
a hideous scar;
an ill-favored countenance;
an unsightly billboard. beautiful

注释
The standard sense of the adjective ugly becomes figurative in the common expression an ugly temper. Regional American speech shares this figurative sense and makes it even more specific. In New England ugly as applied to animals, especially large farm animals such as cows and horses, means “balky, hard to manage.” In the South, on the other hand, ugly with the specific sense of “rude” is used of persons: Don't be ugly, son. Interestingly, the word clever (senses 4 through 6) follows the same regional pattern as ugly : in New England the specialized senses refer to animals; in the South, to persons.

英汉航海大词典

ugly
n.邪恶的

英汉化学大词典

ugly
adj.丑陋的,险恶的;n.丑陋,丑陋的,险恶的

英汉海运大词典

ugly
丑陋的,险恶的,讨厌的丑的坏天气

基本词义

ugly
丑陋的,险恶的,讨厌的坏天气

基本词义

ugly
险恶的,讨厌的丑的坏天气

英汉经贸大词典

ugly
n.邪恶的

英汉计算机大词典

ugly
adj.丑陋的(险恶的);n.丑陋(丑陋的,险恶的)

英汉心理学大词典

ugly
丑的

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