haggardly

  擴展詞匯  
['h?ɡ?d]     ['h?ɡ?rd]    
  • adj. 憔悴的;野性的
  • n. 野鷹
  • Haggard.
  • n. 哈格德(姓氏)
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haggard的英文翻譯是什么意思,詞典釋義與在線翻譯:

詳盡釋義

adj. (形容詞)
  1. 憔悴的
  2. 形容枯槁的
  3. 野性的
  4. 發狂似的
  5. 不馴服的
  6. 未馴服的
  7. 疲憊的
  8. 消瘦的
  9. 樣子兇暴的
  10. 難馴服的
  11. 成年被捕的
  12. 瘦削的
  13. 野的
  14. 難駕馭的
  15. 野生的
n. (名詞)
  1. 野鷹
  2. 未馴服的鷹
  3. 悍鷹
  4. 哈格德
  5. 哈葛德(Sir Henry Rider1856-1925英國小說家)

英英釋義

Noun:
  1. British writer noted for romantic adventure novels (1856-1925)

Adjective:
  1. showing the wearing effects of overwork or care or suffering;

    "looking careworn as she bent over her mending"
    "her face was drawn and haggard from sleeplessness"
    "that raddled but still noble face"
    "shocked to see the worn look of his handsome young face"

  2. very thin especially from disease or hunger or cold;

    "emaciated bony hands"
    "a nightmare population of gaunt men and skeletal boys"
    "eyes were haggard and cavernous"
    "small pinched faces"
    "kept life in his wasted frame only by grim concentration"

haggard的用法和樣例:

例句

用作形容詞 (adj.)
  1. He looks haggard.
    他顯得很憔悴。
  2. The old lady has a haggard face.
    老太太的臉很枯槁。
  3. He came out of the hot mill, haggard and worn.
    他從悶熱的工廠里走出來,形容憔悴,精疲力竭。
  4. There was a drawn and haggard look about his eyes.
    他的眼睛露出疲勞而又憔悴的神色。

經典引文

  • The corn was gathered, and in one or two haggards the threshing mills were set up.

    出自: P. Kavanagh
  • The oppressive, demanding wife.., the grim-faced haggard who did not understand.

    出自: M. French
  • His face was haggard, his whole aspect was that of grim and hopeless misery.

    出自: H. James
  • Her face..was well-lined but not haggard.

    出自: R. Hoggart

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