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*[hwɒt]
pron. 什么
interj. 怎么, 多么
a. 什么的
ad. 到什么程度
相关词组:
and what not
but what
or what
What about...?
what for
what have you
What if...?
what is called
what is more
what of
what's what
What the...?
what with
find out what's what
know what's what
what though
from: 简明英汉字典

[wɔt; (-) hwat]
pron.什么 int.怎么,多么 adj.什么 adv.到什么程度,在哪一方面 n.本质,实质,要素
from: 简明英汉袖珍辞典

/wɒt; US hwɒt; hwɑt/ interrog det (used to ask sb to specify one or more things, places, people, etc from an indefinite number 用以要求某人在未限定的数量中指明某事物、地方、人等): What books have you got to read on the subject? 你研究这个问题要看什么书? * What time/date is it? 现在几点钟了[今天几号了]? (Cf 参看 Tell me what time it is.) * What experience has she had? 她有什么体验? (Cf 参看 Ask her what experience she has had.) * What woman are you thinking of? 你想的是哪个女人? * Guess what famous person said this? 你猜猜是哪个名人说过这句话? =>Usage at which 用法见 which.
from: 牛津现代英汉双解词典

*[iz]
be的现在式第三人称
【计】 加下标次序, 信息系统, 国际标准, 中间系统
相关词组:
as is
from: 简明英汉字典

[iz]
prep.是 [域] Iceland ,冰岛 [军] Internal Security,治安
from: 简明英汉袖珍辞典

=> be.
from: 牛津现代英汉双解词典

*[juә]
pron. 你的, 你们的
from: 简明英汉字典

[jɔ:(r)]
pron.你的,你们的
from: 简明英汉袖珍辞典

/jɔː(r); US jʊər; jᴜr/ possess det 1 of or belonging to the person or people being addressed 您的; 你的; 你们的: Excuse me, is this your seat? 请问, 这是您的座位吗? * Your hair's going grey. 你的头发有些灰白了. * You'll see the post office on your right. 在你的右边能看到那个邮局. * Do you like your new job? 你喜欢你的新工作吗? 2 (often derog 常作贬义) (used to refer to sth that the person being addressed is associated with 用以指与对方有关的事物): These are your famous Oxford colleges (ie the ones you talk about), I suppose. 我想这些就是你常说的那些着名的牛津学院了. * I don't think much of your English weather. 我对你们英国的天气可不太欣赏. * (ironic 反语) You and your bright ideas! 你的高见又来了! 3 (also Your) (used when addressing royal people, important officials, etc 用以称呼皇室人员、重要官员等): Your Majesty 陛下 * Your Excellency 阁下.
from: 牛津现代英汉双解词典

*[neim]
n. 名字, 名称, 姓名, 名义, 名誉, 文件名
vt. 命名, 称呼, 任命, 提名, 列举
a. 姓名的, 据以取名的
【计】 名称, 文件名, 姓名
相关词组:
exist in name only
worthy of the name
answer to the name of
by name
call sb by name
by the name of
drag sb's name through the mire
have one's name up
in one's own name
in the name of
name it
of name
put one's name down for
take a name in vain
take one's name off the books
to one's name
without a name
from: 简明英汉字典

[neim]
n.名字,名称,姓名,名誉 vt.命名,提名,叫出,指定 adj.姓名的,据以取名的
from: 简明英汉袖珍辞典

/neɪm; nem/ n 1 [C] word or words by which a person, an animal, a place or a thing is known and spoken to or of 名字; 名称: My name is Peter. 我名叫彼得. * What is the name of the town where you live? 你住的那个城市叫什么名字? 2 (a) [sing] reputation; fame 名誉; 名声: a shop with a (good, bad, etc) name for reliability 信誉(好、不好等)的商店. (b) [attrib 作定语] (esp US) having a well-known name or an established reputation 有名的; 名声卓着的: a name brand of soap 名牌肥皂 * a big-name company 大名鼎鼎的公司. 3 [C] famous person 着名的人物; 名人: the great names of history 历史上的伟人 * All the big names in the pop music world were at the party. 流行音乐界的头面人物都参加了聚会. 4 (idm 习语) answer to the name of sth => answer2. be sb's middle name => middle. by name having or using a name or names 名为; 名叫: A strange man, Fred by name, came to see me. 有个名叫弗雷德的陌生人来找我. * The teacher knows all his students by name. 这位老师叫得出所有学生的名字. * I only know her by name, ie from hearing others speak of her, not personally. 我只知道她的名字(只听说过, 并不认识). by/of the name of named 称作; 叫作: He goes by the name of Henry. 他名叫亨利. * Someone of the name of Henry wants to see you. 有个叫亨利的要见您.call sb names => call2. drag sb/sb's name throughthe mire/mud => drag2. drop names => drop2. enter one's name/put one's name down (for sth) apply to enter (a school, college, course, etc) 报名上(学、课等). give a dog a bad name => dog1. give one's name to sth invent or originate sth which then becomes known by one's own name 以自己的名字命名某发明创造: He gave his name to a well-known brand of frozen food. 他以自己的名字命名的冷冻食品成了名牌. a household name/word => dhousehold. in the name of sb/sth (a) on behalf of sb/sth 代表某人[某事物]: I greet you in the name of the President. 我代表总统前来迎接您. (b) by the authority of sth 凭借某事物的权威: I arrest you in the name of the law. 我依法逮捕你. (c) calling sb/sth to witness 以某人[某事物]为证: In God's name, what are you doing? 苍天在上, 你究竟在干什么? (d) for the sake of sth 为某事物的缘故: They did it all in the name of friendship. 他们完全是出于友谊而那样做. in name only not in reality 表面上; 名义上: He is leader in name only: his deputy has effectively taken over. 他不过是个应名儿领导, 他的副手实际上已取而代之. lend one's name to sth => lend. make a `name for oneself/make one's `name become well known 成名; 出名: She first made a name for herself as an actress. 她最初是以当演员而成名的. sb's name is mud sb is disliked or (often temporarily) unpopular because of sth he has done 某人因所做某事而不受欢迎或(常为一时)不得人心. name names => name2. thename of the `game the main purpose or most importantaspect of an activity 一项活动的主要目的或最重要的方面: Hard work is the name of the game if you want to succeed in business. 要想生意兴隆, 关键就是苦干. a name to conjure with name of a person, group, company, etc that is respected and influential 受尊敬而有影响的人、团体、公司等的名字. not have sth to one's `name not possess even a small amount of (esp money) 一点儿(尤指钱)都没有; 一文不名: She hasn't a penny to her name, ie is very poor. 她已一文不名(极穷). put a name to sb/sth know or remember what sb/sth is called 知道或记住某人[某事物]的名称: I've heard that tune before but I can't put a name to it. 我以前听过那曲调, 但说不出名字了. take sb's name in vain use a name, esp God's, disrespectfully 滥用(尤指上帝的)名字; 亵渎上帝之名. under the name (of) sth using sth as a name instead of one's real name 用某某作名字(不用自己的真名): He writes under the name of Nimrod. 他用尼姆罗德这个名字写作.
from: 牛津现代英汉双解词典