简明英汉词典

wonder
[5wQndE]
n.
奇迹, 惊奇, 惊愕
vt.
对...感到惊讶, 惊奇, 想知道
vi.
惊讶, 怀疑
adj.
非凡的, 奇妙的

美国传统词典[双解]

wonder
won.der
AHD:[w?n“d…r]
D.J.[6w(nd*]
K.K.[6w(nd+]
n.(名词)

(1)

One that arouses awe, astonishment, surprise, or admiration; a marvel:
惊奇或诧异:引起敬畏、惊异、惊奇或羡慕的原因;奇异之事:
“The decision of one age or country is a wonder to another”(John Stuart Mill)
“一个时代或一个国家的决定对于另一个时代或国家是一件令人惊异之事”(约翰·斯图尔特·米尔)

(2)

The emotion aroused by something awe-inspiring, astounding, or marvelous:
惊异,惊奇:由某些使人畏惧或敬畏的、令人惊骇的或不平常的事引起的情绪:
gazed with wonder at the northern lights.
惊奇地注视着北方的天光

(3)

An event inexplicable by the laws of nature; a miracle.
奇迹:自然规律无法解释的事实;奇迹

(4)

A feeling of puzzlement or doubt.
迷惑不解:迷惑或怀疑的感觉

(5)

Often Wonder A monumental human creation regarded with awe, especially one of seven monuments of the ancient world that appeared on various lists of late antiquity.
常作 Wonder 奇观:以敬畏看待的不朽的人类创造,尤指列于近古各种表中的古代世界七大奇观之一
v.(动词)
won.deredwon.der.ingwon.ders
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To have a feeling of awe or admiration; marvel:
吃惊,惊奇:有种敬畏或羡慕的感觉;吃惊:
“She wondered at all the things civilization can teach a woman to endure”(Frances Newman)
“她惊异于可以教妇女忍受的一切事情的那些文明”(弗兰切斯·纽曼)

(2)

To have a feeling of surprise.
惊奇:有惊奇的感觉

(3)

To be filled with curiosity or doubt.
充满好奇或疑问
v.tr.(及物动词)
To feel curiosity or be in doubt about:
感到好奇或怀疑:
wondered what was going on.
想知道正在干什么
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Arousing awe or admiration.
钦佩的:引起敬畏或羡慕的

(2)

Wonderful.
奇妙的

(3)

Far superior to anything formerly recognized or foreseen.
远超过预期的:远远超越任何已知的或预见的

习惯用语

for a wonder
As a cause for surprise; surprisingly.
作为惊奇的原因;惊奇地

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English wundor
源自 古英语 wundor

继承用法

wonderer
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

wondermarvelmiraclephenomenonprodigysensation

(2)

The central meaning shared by these nouns is “one that evokes amazement or admiration”:
这些名词共同表达的中心意思是“引起惊愕或羡慕的原因”:
saw the wonders of Paris;
看见巴黎的奇迹;
a marvel of modern technology;
现代技术的奇迹;
a miracle of culinary art;
烹饪艺术的神奇之处;
organ transplantation, a phenomenon of medical science;
器官移植,医疗科学的一种现象;
a musical prodigy;
音乐神童;
a performance that was the sensation of the season.
季节激情的展现

现代英汉词典

wonder
[5wQndE(r)]
n.

(1)

惊奇;惊叹
to look at sth. in wonder
惊奇地看着某物
They were filled with wonder when they saw the spaceship.
当他们看到宇宙飞船时,他们非常惊奇。

(2)

奇观;壮举;奇才
the seven wonders of the world
世界七大奇观
He's a wonder.
他是个奇才。

习惯用语

It's a wonder

(1)

难得;奇怪的是
It's a wonder you recognized me.
难得你还认得我。

(2)

(It's) no wonder 难怪;并不奇怪;当然
No wonder he is not hungry; he has been eating sweets all day.
难怪他不饿,他整天在吃糖果。

词性变化

wonder
vi., vt.

(1)

(常与at, that连用)觉得奇怪;惊奇
I wonder. In England, each man speaks a different language.
我感到十分惊奇,在英国每个人都说着一种语言。
I wonder at his rudeness.
我对他的粗鲁感到奇怪。

(2)

纳闷;想知道
He wondered why people built ugly homes, when they could have beautiful ones.
他很奇怪为什么人们本可以造出漂亮的房屋,而偏偏建造出丑陋的房子来。
wondering how to do it
想知道怎么做这个
Ted wondered why he was wanted by the police, but he went to the station yesterday.
特德不知道为什么警察局要他去,但昨天他去了。
I wonder why James is always late for school.
我想知道为什么詹姆斯上学总是迟到。

现代英汉综合大辞典

wonder
[5wQndE]
n.

(1)

惊奇的感觉, 惊异, 惊叹, 惊讶

(2)

令人惊奇的事物; 奇事, 奇物; 奇迹; 奇观; 奇才
be filled with wonder
感到十分惊异
wonder drug(=miracle drug)
疗效神奇的药, 灵药(尤指抗生素)
The boys looked at the conjuror in silent wonder.
孩子们目瞪口呆地看着那魔术师。
The Great Wall is one of the wonders of the world.
长城是世界奇观之一。
The child is a wonder.
这孩子是个神童。

词性变化

wonder
[5wQndE]
vt.,vi.

(1)

感到惊异[惊奇, 惊叹, 惊讶]

(2)

(对)...感到奇怪; 想要知道
I wonder at your patience.
你的耐心使我惊异。
I wonder who he is, where he came from and why he came.
我很想知道他是谁, 从哪里来, 来干什么。
I wonder how he did it.
不知道他是怎么做那件事的。

继承用法

wonder-struck,wonder-stricken
adj.
大吃一惊的, 惊讶不已的

习惯用语

a nine day's wonder
轰动一时(便被遗忘)的事物; 昙花一现的新鲜事

A wonder lasts but nine days.
[谚]什么事儿都新鲜不了多久。

do [perform, work] wonders
创造奇迹, 取得惊人成就

for a wonder
说也奇怪, 意想不到地

I wonder at you.
你真使我吃惊。你怎么搞的?

It is a wonder that...
奇怪的是

lost in wonder [astonishment]
惊叹不已

no [small, what] wonder (=and no [small, what] wonder )
没有什么奇怪, 不足为怪

no [little, small] wonder (that...)
难怪...,...并不奇怪

the seven wonders of the world
世界七大奇观

to a wonder
[古]...得叫人惊叹

What a wonder!
多么令人惊异! 真想不到!

用法词典

wonder
来自古英语 wundor

英文相关词典

wonder
doubt    gape    marvel    question    stare    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

wonder
惊奇;奇迹;惊叹;惊讶

美国传统词典

wonder
won.der
AHD:[w?n“d…r]
D.J.[6w(nd*]
K.K.[6w(nd+]
n.

(1)

One that arouses awe, astonishment, surprise, or admiration; a marvel:
“The decision of one age or country is a wonder to another”(John Stuart Mill)

(2)

The emotion aroused by something awe-inspiring, astounding, or marvelous:
gazed with wonder at the northern lights.

(3)

An event inexplicable by the laws of nature; a miracle.

(4)

A feeling of puzzlement or doubt.

(5)

Often Wonder A monumental human creation regarded with awe, especially one of seven monuments of the ancient world that appeared on various lists of late antiquity.
v.
won.dered, won.der.ing, won.ders
v.intr.

(1)

To have a feeling of awe or admiration; marvel:
“She wondered at all the things civilization can teach a woman to endure”(Frances Newman)

(2)

To have a feeling of surprise.

(3)

To be filled with curiosity or doubt.
v.tr.
To feel curiosity or be in doubt about:
wondered what was going on.
adj.

(1)

Arousing awe or admiration.

(2)

Wonderful.

(3)

Far superior to anything formerly recognized or foreseen.

习惯用语

for a wonder
As a cause for surprise; surprisingly.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English wundor

继承用法

wonderer
n.

参考词汇

(1)

wonder, marvel, miracle, phenomenon, prodigy, sensation

(2)

The central meaning shared by these nouns is “one that evokes amazement or admiration”:
saw the wonders of Paris;
a marvel of modern technology;
a miracle of culinary art;
organ transplantation, a phenomenon of medical science;
a musical prodigy;
a performance that was the sensation of the season.

英汉化学大词典

wonder
n.奇迹,惊奇;vt.想知道,对...感到惊奇

英汉计算机大词典

wonder
n.奇迹(惊奇,难怪;vt.想知道(对...感到惊奇)

英汉中医大词典

wonder
n.奇迹

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