简明英汉词典

wander
[5wCndE]
vi.
漫步, 徘徊, 迷路, 迷失方向, 离题

美国传统词典[双解]

wander
wan.der
AHD:[w?n“d…r]
D.J.[6w%nd*]
K.K.[6w$nd+]
v.(动词)
wan.deredwan.der.ingwan.ders
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To move about without a definite destination or purpose.
徘徊:没有明确目标或目的到处游荡

(2)

To go by an indirect route or at no set pace; amble:
绕道而行:走一条绕弯的路或不紧不慢地走;漫步走:
wander toward town.
漫步走向城市

(3)

To proceed in an irregular course; meander.
蜿蜒:以不规则的路线前进;曲折而行

(4)

To go astray:
迷路:
wander from the path of righteousness.
迷失了正途

(5)

To lose clarity or coherence of thought or expression.
离题:思想或表达失去了清晰性或连贯性
v.tr.(及物动词)
To wander across or through:
漫步穿过:
wander the forests and fields.
漫步穿过森林与田野
n.(名词)
The act or an instance of wandering; a stroll.
闲逛:徘徊的行为或事例;闲逛

语源

(1)

Middle English wanderen
中古英语 wanderen

(2)

from Old English wandrian
源自 古英语 wandrian

继承用法

wanderer
n.(名词)

wanderingly
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

wanderrambleroamroverangemeanderstraygallivantgad

(2)

These verbs mean to move about at random or without destination or purpose.
这些动词表示不经心地或没有目标目的地走动。

(3)

Wander and ramble stress the absence of a fixed course or goal:
Wander 和ramble 强调没有固定路线或目标:
She wandered into the room.
她徘徊走进屋子。
“An old man's wit may wander” (Tennyson).
“一个老人也可能胡思乱想” (坦尼桑)。
“They would go off together, rambling along the river” (John Galsworthy).
“他们将一同出发,沿着河流漫步” (约翰·高尔斯华绥)。
“Be not . . . rambling in thought” (Marcus Aurelius).
“不要…胡思乱想” (马尔克斯·奥里利厄斯)。

(4)

Roam and rove emphasize freedom of movement, often over a wide area:
Roam 和rove 强调行动的自由性,通常指在一片广阔的土地上:
“Herds of horses and cattle roamed at will over the plain” (George W. Cable).
“大群牛马无拘无束地在草原上漫步” (乔治·W·凯布尔)。
“For ten long years I roved about, living first in one capital, then another” (Charlotte Bront?).
“十年来我一直在游荡,先住在一个首府,然后又搬到另一个去” (夏洛特·勃朗特)。

(5)

Range suggests wandering in all directions:
Range 表示向各个方向散布:
“a large hunting party known to be ranging the prairie” (Francis Parkman).
“在草原上四处游荡的驰名的大狩猎队” (弗朗西斯·帕克曼)。
“The talk ranged over literary and publishing matters of mutual interest” (Edward Bok).
“交谈涉及共同感兴趣的文学与出版话题” (爱德华·博克)。

(6)

Meander suggests leisurely, sometimes aimless wandering over an irregular or winding course:
Meander 表示轻闲地,有时是无目标地漫步走过一条不规则的或曲折的路线:
“He meandered to and fro . . . observing the manners and customs of Hillport society” (Arnold Bennett).
“他前后走来走去,观察希尔坡特社会的生活方式及风俗” (阿诺德·贝内特)。

(7)

Stray refers to deviation from a proper course:
Stray 指偏离正确路线:
“He gave . . . strict directions . . . not to allow any of the men to stray” (J.A. Froude).
“他给予…清楚的指导…以不让任何人迷失方向” (J.A.弗劳德)。
“I ask pardon, I am straying from the question” (Oliver Goldsmith).
“请原谅,我对问题还感到迷惑不解” (奥利弗·哥德史密斯)。

(8)

Gallivant refers to wandering about in search of pleasure:
Gallivant 指四处寻找快乐:
The students gallivanted all over New York City during the class trip.
学生们在班级出游时逛遍纽约城。

(9)

Gad suggests restless, pointless wandering:
Gad 表示不停歇的、无意义的漫游:
My parents wanted me to stop gadding about unaccompanied in foreign cities.
我父母希望我中止在外国城市的单身漫游

现代英汉词典

wander
[5wRndE(r)]
vi.

(1)

(常与in, off连用)漫游; 漫步;漂泊
The children wandered in the woods.
孩子们在森林里漫步。

(2)

蜿蜒前进
The river wanders through beautiful country.
那河蜿蜒流过美丽的村庄。

(3)

精神恍惚
His mind is wandering.
他神志不清。

现代英汉综合大辞典

wander
[5wCndE]
vi.

(1)

漫步; 徘徊; 流浪; 彷徨; 无目的地移动

(2)

迷路

(3)

偏移; 离开正道; 离题

(4)

(河流等)蜿蜒, 曲折地流; 漂移
wander about [over]the world
漫游世界
wander through the woods
徘徊于林中
wander from proper conduct
行为不正派
wander from the subject [point]
离题
His mind is wandering.
他心不在焉。

词性变化

wander
[5wCndE]
vt.
流浪, 漫游
He wandered the streets.
他漫游街头。

wander
[5wCndE]
n.
徘徊, 流浪

继承用法

wanderer
[5wRndErE(r)]
n.

(1)

漫游者, 流浪汉

(2)

迷路的动物

特殊用法

apparent wander
视漂移

baseline wander
基线漂移

zero wander
零点漂移

用法词典

wander
中古英语 wandren<古英语 wandrian

参考词汇

(1)

wander,stray,ramble,stroll,walk为同义词,它们的一般含义是“流浪”。

(2)

wander 的含义是“无目的的,或无固定路线的到处漂荡”,可以用于人或动物
The dogs have greater freedom, too, for they are allowed to wander outside their enclosure.
狗也有较多的自由,因为允许它们在围栏外边随便走动。
Don't let your mind wander during the lecture.
在上课时不要让自己的思想开小差。

(3)

stray 强调偏离了正确的路线,或背离了应当走的路线,常包含“走迷”或“走失”的意思,stray 用作名词时常作定语用
Don't stray too far from the correct path.
不要离开正道太远了。
Only two stray dogs benefited from all this confusion.
只有两只野狗从这场混乱中得到了好处。

(4)

stroll 与 walk 都可表示“散步”,stroll 所表示的“散步”含有“出门闲逛同时看看风景或有意识地把漫步作为一种户外活动”的意思。

(5)

walk 是常用词,没有特殊色彩的含义。walk 与 stroll 都可以作动词或名词,在用作名词时,可说 have or take a walk (stroll)。walk 有“步行”的意思。如:It's ten minutes' walk from here (从这里步行十分钟就到了)。但是在回答 How did you get there? 时,只说 I went there on foot.
The idea never appealed to me very much, but one day, after a heavy shower, I happened to be walking in my garden when I noticed a huge number of snails taking a stroll on some of my prize plants.
这个主意从未使我感兴趣,不过有一天一场阵雨之后,我偶然在自己的花园里散步,这时我看到许多蜗牛在我的一些珍贵的植物上漫步。
He usually takes a short walk in the evenings.
通常它天天晚上都要散步。

(6)

ramble 表示“无目的的或逍遥自在地漫步”,用于比喻时,常表示讲话离题。
They spent the morning rambling in the woods.
他们把一整个上午的时间都花在树林中游荡上了。
Exploring really deep caves is not a task for the Sunday afternoon rambler.
勘探真正深邃的洞穴,决非星期天下午散步人的任务。

英文相关词典

wander
drift    gad    meander    ramble    roam    rove    stray    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

wander
彷徨

美国传统词典

wander
wan.der
AHD:[w?n“d…r]
D.J.[6w%nd*]
K.K.[6w$nd+]
v.
wan.dered, wan.der.ing, wan.ders
v.intr.

(1)

To move about without a definite destination or purpose.

(2)

To go by an indirect route or at no set pace; amble:
wander toward town.

(3)

To proceed in an irregular course; meander.

(4)

To go astray:
wander from the path of righteousness.

(5)

To lose clarity or coherence of thought or expression.
v.tr.
To wander across or through:
wander the forests and fields.
n.
The act or an instance of wandering; a stroll.

语源

(1)

Middle English wanderen

(2)

from Old English wandrian

继承用法

wanderer
n.

wanderingly
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

wander, ramble, roam, rove, range, meander, stray, gallivant, gad

(2)

These verbs mean to move about at random or without destination or purpose.

(3)

Wander and ramble stress the absence of a fixed course or goal:
She wandered into the room.
“An old man's wit may wander” (Tennyson).
“They would go off together, rambling along the river” (John Galsworthy).
“Be not . . . rambling in thought” (Marcus Aurelius).

(4)

Roam and rove emphasize freedom of movement, often over a wide area:
“Herds of horses and cattle roamed at will over the plain” (George W. Cable).
“For ten long years I roved about, living first in one capital, then another” (Charlotte Bront?).

(5)

Range suggests wandering in all directions:
“a large hunting party known to be ranging the prairie” (Francis Parkman).
“The talk ranged over literary and publishing matters of mutual interest” (Edward Bok).

(6)

Meander suggests leisurely, sometimes aimless wandering over an irregular or winding course:
“He meandered to and fro . . . observing the manners and customs of Hillport society” (Arnold Bennett).

(7)

Stray refers to deviation from a proper course:
“He gave . . . strict directions . . . not to allow any of the men to stray” (J.A. Froude).
“I ask pardon, I am straying from the question” (Oliver Goldsmith).

(8)

Gallivant refers to wandering about in search of pleasure:
The students gallivanted all over New York City during the class trip.

(9)

Gad suggests restless, pointless wandering:
My parents wanted me to stop gadding about unaccompanied in foreign cities.

英汉船舶大词典

wander
n.漂动

英汉电信大词典

wander
n.偏,漂移

英汉地质大词典

wander
n.偏移,偏斜,浮标

英汉航空大词典

wander
n.漫游,漫步

英汉化学大词典

wander
vt.徘徊;n.漂移

英汉海运大词典

wander
漂移,偏移

基本词义

wander
漂移,偏移错乱

基本词义

wander
错乱,偏移,徘徊,漂移(陀螺仪轴的)视进动

基本词义

wander
徘徊漂移(陀螺仪轴由于地球自转的)视进动

英汉经贸大词典

wander
vt.徘徊;n.漂移

英汉计算机大词典

wander
vt.徘徊;n.漂移

英汉机械大词典

wander
n.漂移

英汉农牧林大词典

wander
n.游荡,游离,漂移

英汉汽车大词典

wander
n.跑偏

英汉水利大词典

wander
n.偏斜,蜿蜒,游离

英汉冶金大词典

wander
n.漂移

英汉中医大词典

wander
n.错乱,徘徊,游?

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