简明英汉词典

vampire
[5vAmpaiE]
n.
吸血鬼

美国传统词典[双解]

vampire
vam.pire
AHD:[v2m“por”]
D.J.[6v#m7pair]
K.K.[6v#m7pa!r]
n.(名词)

(1)

A reanimated corpse that is believed to rise from the grave at night to suck the blood of sleeping people.
吸血鬼:据说是复活的尸体,夜间会复活并离开坟墓去吸睡眠者的血

(2)

A person, such as an extortionist, who preys upon others.
敲诈勒索者,无情掠夺别人的人

(3)

A vampire bat.
吸血蝙蝠

语源

(1)

French
法语

(2)

from German Vampir
源自 德语 Vampir

(3)

[of Slavic origin]
[来自斯拉夫语]

继承用法

vampiric
AHD:[v2m-p1r“1k] 或 vam.piri.cal [-1-k…l] 或 vampirish [-1sh] (形容词)

注释
Dracula might terrify some younger members in the audience of a horror film, but we know he is an imaginary creature. The word vampire, however, comes to us from other words and other times, when these bloodsucking reanimated corpses were considered real. The word entered English by way of French (vampire ) and German ( Vampir ), but it came into German from an Old West Slavic source of the form .v?. The word vampire is first recorded in English in a work written before 1734.
德拉库拉可能会吓住恐怖电影的年轻观众们,但是我们知道他是个想象中的怪物。但是当这些吸血的复活尸体被认为是真的时,vampire 这个词却来自其它的词和其它时间。 这个词是从法语(vampire )和德语( Vampir )中被引进英语来的, 但它是从古西斯拉夫语中以vumpir 的形式被引进到德语中来的。 Vampire 这个词在英语中首先以文字形式出现,是在创作于公元1734年以前的作品当中

现代英汉词典

vampire
[5vAmpaIE(r)]
n.

(1)

(传说中的)吸血鬼,吸人膏血者

(2)

吸血鬼;勒索钱财者

(3)

吸血蝠 (= vampire bat)

现代英汉综合大辞典

vampire
[5vAmpaiE]
n.

(1)

吸血鬼

(2)

演妖妇角色的演员; 勾引男子的女人; 以色相赚钱的荡妇

(3)

(=vampire bat)【动】吸血蝠, 魑蝠

(4)

(舞台的)活板门[活盖]

继承用法

-ric
adj.
[-5pirik] (似)吸血鬼的-rism

词性变化

vampire
[5vAmpaiE]
n.

(1)

相信夜有吸血鬼的迷信

(2)

勒索钱财, 吮人膏血

(3)

引惑, 勾引

美国传统词典

vampire
vam.pire
AHD:[v2m“por”]
D.J.[6v#m7pair]
K.K.[6v#m7pa!r]
n.

(1)

A reanimated corpse that is believed to rise from the grave at night to suck the blood of sleeping people.

(2)

A person, such as an extortionist, who preys upon others.

(3)

A vampire bat.

语源

(1)

French

(2)

from German Vampir

(3)

[of Slavic origin]

继承用法

vampiric
AHD:[v2m-p1r“1k] or vam.piri.cal [-1-k…l] or vampirish [-1sh] adj.

注释
Dracula might terrify some younger members in the audience of a horror film, but we know he is an imaginary creature. The word vampire, however, comes to us from other words and other times, when these bloodsucking reanimated corpses were considered real. The word entered English by way of French (vampire ) and German ( Vampir ), but it came into German from an Old West Slavic source of the form .v?. The word vampire is first recorded in English in a work written before 1734.

英汉化学大词典

vampire
n.吸血鬼,敲诈勒索者

英汉经贸大词典

vampire
n.吸血鬼,敲诈勒索者

英汉计算机大词典

vampire
n.吸血鬼(敲诈勒索者)

英汉能源大词典

vampire
n.吸血鬼,敲诈勒索者

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