chill

  核心詞匯  
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  • v. (使)變冷;(使)掃興;[冶]冷淬
  • n. 寒冷;掃興;寒心;著涼
  • adj. 冷淡的;寒冷的
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chill的英文翻譯是什么意思,詞典釋義與在線翻譯:

詳盡釋義

v. (動詞)
  1. 使打寒顫,使感到冷,使變冷,使冰冷
  2. 【冶】使冷凝;冷凝
  3. 冷卻,冷藏,冷凍,凝結
  4. 使沮喪,使掃興,使寒心
  5. 感到寒冷,變冷
  6. 使恐懼
  7. 恐嚇,嚇唬
  8. 放松,冷靜,鎮靜,平靜下來
  9. 【冶】冷鑄,冷淬
  10. 冷得發抖,寒顫,哆嗦
  11. 使(輕度)冷凍
n. (名詞)
  1. 寒冷,寒氣,寒意,發冷,涼意
  2. 冷淡
  3. 掃興,寒心
  4. 寒顫,風寒,著涼,受寒
  5. 害怕的感覺
  6. 冷卻
  7. 冷凍
adj. (形容詞)
  1. 掃興的,令人寒心的
  2. 冷淡的,冷酷的,冷若冰霜的
  3. 冷的,寒的,涼颼颼的
  4. 薄情的
  5. 隔膜的
  6. 陰冷的,陰森森的

雙解釋義

v. (動詞)
  1. vt. & vi. (使)變冷,(使)變涼 make or become cold or cool
n. (名詞)
  1. [S]寒冷,寒氣 a slightly unpleasant degree of coldness
  2. [C]寒戰,發冷 an illness marked by coldness and shaking of the body

英英釋義

Noun:
  1. coldness due to a cold environment

  2. an almost pleasurable sensation of fright;

    "a frisson of surprise shot through him"

  3. a sensation of cold that often marks the start of an infection and the development of a fever

  4. a sudden numbing dread

Verb:
  1. depress or discourage;

    "The news of the city's surrender chilled the soldiers"

  2. make cool or cooler;

    "Chill the food"

  3. loose heat;

    "The air cooled considerably after the thunderstorm"

chill的用法和樣例:

例句

用作動詞 (v.)
  1. Come by the fire you must be chilled to the marrow!
    到火旁邊來吧--你一定凍壞了。
  2. The night air chilled his bones.
    夜間的寒氣使他感到冰冷徹骨。
  3. The raw weather chilled our enthusiasm for a swim.
    天氣陰冷,我們游泳的興致大減。
用作名詞 (n.)
  1. There was a chill in the air this morning.
    今天早上有點冷冰冰的。
  2. The bad news cast a chill over the whole family.
    這壞消息使全家人感到沮喪。
  3. The sight sent a chill to her heart.
    這情景使她心寒。
  4. He has caught a chill.
    他受寒了。
用作形容詞 (adj.)
  1. The host gave him a chill reception.
    主人(對客人而言)對他的接待是冷淡的。
  2. He wandered about in the chill rain.
    他在凄風冷雨中蕩來蕩去。

常見句型

用作動詞 (v.)
用作不及物動詞 S+~(+A)
  1. Put the whisky in the ice box to chill.
    把威士忌酒放在冰盒里冰鎮。
  2. I want this wine to chill so I'll leave it in a cold place for an hour.
    我要把酒弄涼,所以把它放在冷的地方一個小時。
  3. Our hearts chilled when we heard that our team had lost again.
    聽到我們隊再次敗北,我們沮喪極了。
用作及物動詞 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. The dreadful scene chilled him to the marrow.
    那可怕的場面使他不寒而栗。
  2. Don't chill their enthusiasm.
    不要給他們的熱情澆冷水。
  3. Rain chilled the glittering pageant.
    雨使華麗的慶典大為遜色。
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  5. This great poet's imagination was not chilled by trifles.
    這位想象力豐富的偉大詩人并不因這些瑣事而氣餒。
  6. The child was chilled to the bone.
    那孩子被凍得冰涼徹骨。
用作名詞 (n.)
  1. There was a chill in the air this morning.
    今天早晨涼颼颼的。
  2. Don't go out in this weather—you'll catch a chill.
    這種天氣別出去,你會著涼的。
  3. The bad news cast a chill over the meeting.
    壞消息使參加會議的人掃興。
  4. Recent events have led to a chill in relations between the two countries.
    最近的一些事件使得兩國的關系變冷淡了。

詞匯搭配

用作動詞 (v.)
名詞+~ ~+名詞 ~+副詞 ~+介詞
用作名詞 (n.)
動詞+~

經典引文

  • He began to complain that he felt a chill.

    出自: E. Roosevelt
  • He contracted a chill that quickly became pneumonia.

    出自: P. F. Boller
  • The atmosphere outside the stove was chill.

    出自: Arnold Bennett
  • He adored the chill green drink, clear and clinking with ice-cubes.

    出自: W. Boyd
  • My very blood chills at the mention of the name of Newgate.

    出自: Defoe

chill的詳細講解:

詞語用法

v. (動詞)
  1. chill的基本意思是“(使)…變冷”“(使…)溫度降低到使人發抖的程度”,引申可表示“情緒沮喪”“給(熱情)澆冷水”“使…不寒而栗”等等。
  2. chill可用作及物動詞,也可用作不及物動詞。用作及物動詞時,其主語可以是人,也可以是事物,其賓語可以是人,也可以是表示感情(如熱情)的名詞。
n. (名詞)
  1. chill的基本意思是“寒冷,寒氣”“寒戰,發冷”,引申可表示“令人寒心,感到掃興”“冷淡,不友好”。
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