prime

  核心詞匯  
[pra?m]     [pra?m]    
  • adj. 最好的;首要的;典型的
  • n. 壯年;全盛時期;青春
  • n. [數]質數
  • vt. 事先指點;在(金屬、木材等上)打底漆
  • vi. 變得首要
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prime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. 主要的,首要的,首位的
  2. 青春的,血氣方剛的
  3. 基本的
  4. 最初的,原始的,原有的
  5. 最好的,第一流的,第一的,頭等的
  6. 【數】質數的,素數的
  7. 漂亮的
n. (名詞)
  1. 壯年;青年
  2. 黎明
  3. 全盛時期,盛時
  4. 初期,最初
  5. 春天
  6. 晨禱,晨經
  7. 精華,最好部分
  8. 【數】質數,素數
  9. 青春
  10. 上撇號,符號(′)
  11. 首相,總理
adv. (副詞)
  1. 好極,妙極
v. (動詞)
  1. 使準備好
  2. 使起動
  3. 作準備,把(事物)準備好
  4. 在…上涂底漆
  5. 事先給…指導,事先為…提供消息
  6. 為…裝火藥,為...裝雷管
  7. 裝火藥(準備開槍),裝雷管(準備開炮)
  8. 進入汽缸
  9. 汽水共騰,讓水霧與壓入汽缸的蒸汽混合
  10. 使盡量吃、喝
  11. 投資以振興
  12. 使泵起動,使運行
  13. 灌注,填裝
  14. 變得首要
  15. 事先提供消息

雙解釋義

adj. (形容詞)
  1. [A]首要的,主要的 most important; chief; fundamental
  2. [A]最好的,第一流的 of the very best quality or kind
n. (名詞)
  1. [S]全盛時期 the state of time of sb's/sth's greatest perfection, strength or activity
v. (動詞)
  1. vt. 使準備好,使完成準備工作 make sth ready for use or action
  2. vt. 事先指導,事先向…提供情況 instruct in advance especially in how to ask or answer difficult question

英英釋義

Noun:
  1. a number that has no factor but itself and 1

  2. the period of greatest prosperity or productivity

  3. the second canonical hour; about 6 a.m.

  4. the time of maturity when power and vigor are greatest

Adjective:
  1. first in rank or degree;

    "an architect of premier rank"
    "the prime minister"

  2. used of the first or originating agent;

    "prime mover"

  3. of superior grade;

    "choice wines"
    "prime beef"
    "prize carnations"
    "quality paper"
    "select peaches"

  4. of or relating to or being an integer that cannot be factored into other integers;

    "prime number"

  5. being at the best stage of development;

    "our manhood's prime vigor"

Verb:
  1. insert a primer into (a gun, mine, or charge) preparatory to detonation or firing;

    "prime a cannon"
    "prime a mine"

  2. cover with a primer; apply a primer to

  3. fill with priming liquid;

    "prime a car engine"

prime的用法和樣例:

例句

用作形容詞 (adj.)
  1. He reached his prime and then, when he had the most to live for, he died.
    他到了壯年時期,該做出最大貢獻,活得最好的時候,卻死掉了。
  2. We were well prime for the journey with a large breakfast.
    為了去旅行,我們早餐都吃得飽飽的。
  3. What was said was of prime importance.
    說過的那件事是很重要的。
  4. Britain has a queen, but it is the prime minister and the cabinet who govern.
    英國有女王,但執政的是首相和內閣。
  5. The building is a prime example of 1960s architecture.
    這座大樓是20世紀60年代的典型建筑。
用作名詞 (n.)
  1. He died in the prime of his life.
    他在壯年時死去。
  2. Young people are in their prime.
    年輕人風華正茂。
  3. Many young soldiers were cut off in their prime.
    許多士兵都英年早逝。
  4. She had the strength and sangfroid of a woman in the prime of life.
    她具有正值青春的少婦的力量和沉著。
用作名詞 (n.)
  1. It states that every even number greater than two can be expressed as the sum of two primes (a prime is a number that is only divisible by itself and by 1, such as 7 and 13).
    其陳述是:每一個大于2的偶數都可以表達成兩個素數之和(素數是指只能被1和它本身整除的數,如7和13)。
用作及物動詞 (vt.)
  1. She has been well primed about what to say.
    她已經有人指點,知道要說些什么。
  2. You must prime the wood before you paint it.
    油漆這木制東西前,你得先在上面涂上底漆。
用作不及物動詞 (vi.)
  1. Peace is the prime objective of our foreign policy.
    我們把爭取和平作為對外政策的首要任務。
  2. The telecom hotels are prime targets for bombing.
    電信賓館是轟炸的首要目標。

常見句型

用作形容詞 (adj.)
用作定語 ~+ n.
  1. This is a matter of prime importance.
    這是一個首要的問題。
  2. The foreign minister had an audience of the Prime Minister.
    這位外交部長受到首相的接見。
  3. The broadcast went out on television at prime time, when everyone was watching.
    這個電視節目在眾人皆看的黃金時間播出。
  4. Love and hate are prime emotion.
    愛與恨是基本情感。
  5. Spring is the prime time for planting.
    春天是種植的最好時節。
用作名詞 (n.)
  1. She is still good-looking, but she's past her prime.
    她美貌猶存,但青春已逝。
  2. He is at the prime of his career.
    他正處于事業的巔峰。
用作動詞 (v.)
用作及物動詞 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. They have primed the explosive device.
    他們已使爆炸裝置準備起爆。
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  3. The witness at the trial had been carefully primed by defence lawyers.
    被告律師對出席審訊的證人事先作了仔細的指導。

常用短語

用作動詞 (v.)
prime with (v.+prep.)
    向…提供 provide sth for sb
    prime sb with sth

    As a reporter, you must be well primed with facts before you start to write your article.

    作為一名記者,在撰稿前先要擁有充足的事實。

詞匯搭配

用作形容詞 (adj.)
~+名詞 動詞+~
用作名詞 (n.)
動詞+~ 介詞+~ ~+介詞
用作動詞 (v.)
~+副詞 ~+介詞

經典引文

  • Ringing the bell for prime.

    出自: S. Heaney
  • If the speech be of the prime Christian Church.

    出自: W. Laud
  • Fleury..primed the vent.

    出自: J. G. Farrell

prime的詳細講解:

詞語用法

adj. (形容詞)
  1. prime用作形容詞的基本意思是“首要的,主要的”,表示時間順序上的起點,常用于表示在地位、級別、尊貴程度上占首位的事物。prime也可表示質量“最好的,第一流的”。
  2. prime本身含有“最”的意味,故一般不用very修飾,也沒有比較級和最高級形式。

詞源解說

  • ☆ 1399年進入英語,直接源自古典拉丁語的primus,意為第一。
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