简明英汉词典

wail
[weil]
n.
悲叹, 哀号, 痛快
vi.
悲叹, 哀号, 嚎啕
vt.
悲痛(某人的悲惨遭遇)

美国传统词典[双解]

wail
wail
AHD:[w3l]
D.J.[weil]
K.K.[wel]
v.(动词)
wailedwail.ingwails
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To grieve or protest loudly and bitterly; lament.See Synonyms at cry
痛哭:大声并痛苦地抱怨或反对;悲恸参见 cry

(2)

To make a prolonged, high-pitched sound suggestive of a cry:
哀号,嚎啕:发出象哭一样的拖长音调的音:
The wind wailed through the trees.
风穿过树林发出似嚎叫的声音
v.tr.Archaic (及物动词)【古语】
To lament over; bewail.
哀悼:哀悼;哭着哀悼
n.(名词)

(1)

A long, loud, high-pitched cry, as of grief or pain.
嚎啕声:长而高声的叫,如表示悲哀或痛苦

(2)

A long, loud, high-pitched sound:
呼啸:长而大声的声音:
the wail of a siren.
呼啸的警报声

(3)

A loud, bitter protest:
哀诉:高声痛苦的诉苦:
A wail of misery went up when new parking restrictions were announced.
当新的停车规定宣布后,引起全面的抗议

语源

(1)

Middle English wailen
中古英语 wailen

(2)

[probably of Scandinavian origin] ; akin to Old Norse v3la, v?la
[可能于斯堪的那维亚语] ;类似于 古斯堪的纳维亚语 v3la, v?la

继承用法

wailer
n.(名词)

wailingly
adv.(副词)

现代英汉词典

wail
[weIl]
n.

(1)

痛哭,哭诉

(2)

类似哭泣的声音
I heard the wail of a police siren.
我听见警笛的尖叫声。

词性变化

wail
vi., vt.

(1)

痛哭
The child is wailing for the toy.
小孩哭着要玩具。

(2)

哭诉;呜咽;悲叹
‘You've taken my book,’ he wailed.
他哭着说:“你拿了我的书。”

(3)

(风)呼啸
The wind wailed in the chimney all night.
风整夜在烟囱里呼啸。

现代英汉综合大辞典

wail
[weil]
vi.

(1)

痛哭, 哀号

(2)

悲叹; 哀诉; (风)发出哀泣的声音

(3)

[美俚](爵士乐)表演得特别好

(4)

[美俚]用音乐或语言表现情感

词性变化

wail
[weil]
vt.

(1)

[古]哀悼, 为...恸哭

(2)

悲伤地哭号或说
n.

(1)

痛哭, 恸哭

(2)

哭泣声或哀悼声; (风的)鸣咽声
Wailing Wall
饮泣墙(耶路撒冷犹太会堂的残壁, 犹太人凭吊故国的地方); [喻]安慰物, 慰藉

继承用法

wailer
n.
哀悼者, 恸哭者

wailful
[`weIlfJl]
adj.

wailingly
adv.

wailsome
adj.
[使]哀泣的, 令人悲痛的

英文相关词典

wail
bawl    cry    howl    moan    scream    screech    shriek    squeal    joy    

美国传统词典

wail
wail
AHD:[w3l]
D.J.[weil]
K.K.[wel]
v.
wailed, wail.ing, wails
v.intr.

(1)

To grieve or protest loudly and bitterly; lament.See Synonyms at cry

(2)

To make a prolonged, high-pitched sound suggestive of a cry:
The wind wailed through the trees.
v.tr.Archaic
To lament over; bewail.
n.

(1)

A long, loud, high-pitched cry, as of grief or pain.

(2)

A long, loud, high-pitched sound:
the wail of a siren.

(3)

A loud, bitter protest:
A wail of misery went up when new parking restrictions were announced.

语源

(1)

Middle English wailen

(2)

[probably of Scandinavian origin] ; akin to Old Norse v3la, v?la

继承用法

wailer
n.

wailingly
adv.

英汉化学大词典

wail
vt.呼啸;n.尖啸

英汉计算机大词典

wail
vt.呼啸;n.尖啸

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