thin

  基本詞匯  
[θ?n]     [θ?n]    
  • adj. 薄的;瘦的;稀的
thinnish thinly thinner thinnest thinness thinned thinned thinning thins
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thin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. 細的
  2. 薄的
  3. 瘦的
  4. 稀疏的,稀少的
  5. 稀薄的,微弱的,淡的
  6. 淺薄的,空洞的,不能令人信服的
  7. 能見度較高的
  8. 有氣無力的
  9. 含氧少的
  10. 不真心實意的
  11. 冷淡的
  12. 暗淡的
  13. 質量差的
  14. 空乏的
  15. 將要垮掉的,守不住的
  16. <英口>不舒服的,不愉快的
  17. 【印】細體的
  18. 【攝】(照片或底片)襯度弱的,不夠濃的
adv. (副詞)
  1. 稀薄
  2. 稀疏地
n. (名詞)
  1. 細小部分
  2. 稀薄部分
v. (動詞)
  1. 使稀,使薄,使細,使淡,使瘦,使稀薄,使稀疏,使減少
  2. 變瘦,變稀,變稀少,變少,變細,變淡
  3. 【農】間苗

雙解釋義

adj. (形容詞)
  1. 薄的,細的 having a small or smaller than average distance between opposite surface; not stick
  2. 稀的,稀疏的,稀少的 (of a liquid) watery, flowing easily, not closely packed, made of few objects widely separated, easy to see through, not dense
  3. 瘦的 having little fat on the body, not fat
  4. 弱的,缺乏力量的,淺薄的 lacking in strength and fullness, not having the necessary qualities to gain the intended result; unsatisfactory
v. (動詞)
  1. vt. & vi. (使)變稀薄,(使)變稀少,(使)變細 (cause to) become thin or thinner

英英釋義

Adjective:
  1. of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section;

    "thin wire"
    "a thin chiffon blouse"
    "a thin book"
    "a thin layer of paint"

  2. lacking excess flesh;

    "you can't be too rich or too thin"
    "Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look"

  3. very narrow;

    "a thin line across the page"

  4. not dense;

    "a thin beard"
    "trees were sparse"

  5. relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous;

    "air is thin at high altitudes"
    "a thin soup"
    "skimmed milk is much thinner than whole milk"
    "thin oil"

  6. (of sound) lacking resonance or volume;

    "a thin feeble cry"

  7. lacking spirit or sincere effort;

    "a thin smile"

  8. lacking substance or significance;

    "slight evidence"
    "a tenuous argument"
    "a thin plot"

Adverb:
  1. without viscosity;

    "the blood was flowing thin"

Verb:
  1. lose thickness; become thin or thinner

  2. make thin or thinner;

    "Thin the solution"

  3. lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture;

    "cut bourbon"

  4. take off weight

thin的用法和樣例:

例句

用作形容詞 (adj.)
  1. The ice on the pond is too thin for skating.
    池塘上的冰面太薄了,不能滑冰。
  2. His face is thin and very tanned.
    他的面孔瘦削,曬得黑黑的。
  3. This string is too thin, I need a thicker piece.
    這根繩子太細了,我需要一根粗些的。
  4. Boil down the soup until it gets thicker. I don't like thin soup.
    把湯熬濃,我不喜歡稀湯。

常見句型

用作形容詞 (adj.)
用作定語 ~+ n.
  1. It's dangerous to walk on thin ice on a lake.
    在湖里的薄冰上行走是很危險的。
  2. She should wear a thinner shirt in summer.
    夏天她應該穿薄一點的襯衣。
  3. A thin veil of mist trailed below.
    下邊飄起一層薄霧。
  4. You ought to know better than to go out in this cold weather in those thin summer shoes; no wonder your feet got cold!
    你應當明白,這么冷的天不應穿夏天的鞋出去,難怪你的腳凍壞了!
  5. I have thin hair.
    我頭發很稀。
  6. A thin rain began to fall.
    開始稀稀落落下起雨來。
  7. Thick liquid pours much more slowly than thin liquid.
    稠的液體倒出來比稀的慢。
  8. There were two girls there, a fat one and a thin one.
    那兒有兩個姑娘,一個胖的,一個瘦的。
  9. That was a thin excuse.
    這是很容易被識破的托詞。
用作表語 S+be+~
  1. This gravy is too thin.
    肉汁太清了。
  2. The air on the tops of high mountains is thin.
    高山頂上的空氣很稀薄。
  3. He was thin after a bout of illness.
    一場病后,他又瘦又弱。
  4. He is thinner than you.
    他比你瘦。
  5. Our cat was missing for days but eventually it turned up, looking a bit thinner than before.
    我們的貓失蹤了數天,但它終于回來了,看上去比以前瘦些。
  6. His excuse for being late was very thin.
    他遲到的借口是無法使人相信的。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. The ice on the pond is too thin for skating.
    池塘上的冰太薄,不能在上面溜冰。
  2. The boy was thin for his age.
    就他的年齡而言,這男孩算瘦的。
  3. She is thin in the face.
    她的臉瘦。
  4. The plot is rather thin for such a long story.
    對這樣長的故事來說,這個情節顯得太單薄了。
用作動詞 (v.)
用作不及物動詞 S+~(+A)
  1. His hair is thinning.
    他的頭發逐漸稀少了。
  2. Let's wait till the fog thins.
    讓我們等到霧散開為止。
  3. We should wait until the mist thins before driving on.
    我們應當等晨霧變得稀薄了以后再開車前進。
  4. The crowd thinned after the parade was over .
    游行結束后,人群開始散去。
  5. The smoke clouds were thinning away.
    煙云正在散去。
用作及物動詞 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. Hunger has thinned her cheeks.
    饑餓已使她兩頰消瘦。
  2. He thinned the branches of that tree.
    他剪去那棵樹上的一些枝葉,使其稀疏些。
  3. He thinned the stick with a knife.
    他用小刀把那根棍子削細。
  4. He thinned the wine by adding water.
    他往酒里兌水把它稀釋。
  5. War and disease had thinned the population.
    戰爭和疾病已使人口減少。

常用短語

用作形容詞 (adj.)
grow thin
    變小〔少〕 become small or less
have a thin time
    日子過得不愉快〔舒服〕 have an unpleasant, uncomfortable or especially unsuccessful time
stretch thin
    快到極限了 will come to the limit
    stretch sb/sth thin

    That country's manpower and its resources are already stretched thin.

    那個國家的人力和財力已快到山窮水盡的地步了。

    Seven years of war have stretched their army thin.

    七年戰爭已使他們的兵力感到不足。

thin end of the wedge
    開頭無關緊要但后果嚴重的事 sth which seems unimportant but will open the way for more serious things of a similar kind
thin on the ground
    稀少的,寥寥無幾 not plentiful
wear thin
    守不住,要垮了 begin to fail
用作動詞 (v.)
thin down (v.+adv.)
    (使)變細,(使)變薄,(使)變稀疏 (cause to) become less thick, dense, or crowded
    thin down

    This liquid appears to have thinned down.

    這液體好像變得稀薄了。

    thin sth ? down

    The painter thinned the paint down with white spirit.

    畫家用松香油溶劑稀釋顏料。

    Can you thin the paint down so that it spreads more easily?

    你能不能把油漆調稀點兒?這樣不好刷。

    The oppression of the invaders had thinned down the population of the village.

    入侵者的壓迫使這個村莊的人口減少了。

    thin down to sth

    The stream had thinned down to a mere trickle.

    小河越來越窄,最后變成了涓涓細流。

    Her voice thinned down to a whisper as people turned to shush her.

    當人們回過頭來噓她時,她就放低嗓門講話了。

thin out (v.+adv.)
    除去 remove surplus plants or trees
    thin out

    The enemy resistance thinned out as night approached.

    傍晚時,敵人的抵抗越來越弱了。

    thin sth ? out

    The barber thinned out his customer's thick hair.

    理發師把顧客的濃密頭發削薄了些。

    thin out

    Towards the city limits the houses begin to thin out.

    靠近城市盡頭的地方房屋漸漸稀少起來。

    thin sth ? out

    He thinned out the seedlings.

    他拔掉一些幼苗使它們變得稀疏。

    War and disease had thinned out the population.

    戰爭和疾病使人口減少了。

    The population of the city was thinned out by the black death.

    這個城市的人口由于黑死病而減少了。

    thin sth ? out

    They thinned out a stand to create a lush forest tomorrow.

    他們除去了林場中多余的樹木,以利來日森林長得更茂盛。

詞匯搭配

用作形容詞 (adj.)
~+名詞 ~+介詞
用作動詞 (v.)
~+副詞

經典引文

  • He ran his thin bony fingers through her hair.

    出自: A. N. Wilson
  • A bright thin crescent moon.

    出自: L. Ellmann
  • The tablecloth was thin and frayed.

    出自: R. Rayner
  • Some are thin as pencil points.

    出自: J. C. Oates
  • A woman thinned and raddled by incessant jealousy.

    出自: Hugh Walpole

thin的詳細講解:

詞語用法

adj. (形容詞)
  1. thin作形容詞的基本意思是“薄的,細的”,引申可表示“稀的,稀疏的,稀少的”,指物體兩個表面之間較“薄”或圓柱形物與高度相比較小的直徑,即“細”; 用于人時則指缺少或低于正常程度的脂肪而顯得不豐滿,不結實,常用于病后或疲勞而致的消瘦。
  2. thin還可表示“弱的,缺乏力量的,淺薄的”,指言語或作品等缺乏說服力的或內容不充實的。
  3. thin前還常加副詞表示程度或說話人的態度。
v. (動詞)
  1. thin用作形容詞時意思是“薄的”“稀少的”“細的”,轉化為動詞時,意思是“變得稀薄〔稀少〕”“使…變細”,指減少厚度或濃度,也可用于力度、深度、強度。
  2. thin可用作及物動詞,也可用作不及物動詞。用作及物動詞時,接名詞或代詞作賓語。

詞義辨析

adj. (形容詞)
thin, lanky, slim, underweight
  • 這組詞都可形容人“瘦”。其區別是:
  • thin以中性的方式來描寫人的外貌,常同營養、疾病有較多牽連,不含褒貶義; slim描寫人的外貌時有瘦得很美的含義,帶有褒義; lanky用來描述人又高又瘦,含有幽默的意味; underweight指描述人因吃得不好或生病而過“瘦”。例如:
  • She was tall and thin, with fairish hair.她高高瘦瘦的,留著長發。
  • She used to be pretty and slim.她過去非常漂亮苗條。
  • Tom was a lanky boy with long skinny legs.湯姆是一個腿很細的瘦高個兒。
  • Many people who are underweight are happy with their size.許多人很喜歡自己那種過于瘦的身材。
  • thin, gaunt, lean, slender
  • 這組詞都可形容人“瘦”。其區別是:
  • thin指因病、過分勞累或缺乏營養等而缺少正常的肌肉; gaunt指因饑餓或操勞過度而呈現的枯瘦或憔悴的面龐; lean強調缺乏脂肪,指自然的瘦,其肌肉卻很結實; slender可指人或動物,作“細長的,苗條的”解,有時含有“纖弱”的意思。例如:
  • He has the gaunt face of a starving man.他是一副憔悴的面容的餓漢相。
  • The forest ranger is lean.那位森林警察很結實。
  • She admired Alice's slender build.她羨慕艾麗斯那苗條的身材。
  • thin, emaciated, haggard, lean, spare
  • 這組詞都可表示“瘦”。其區別是:
  • spare指人的身材給人以美感的瘦; thin既可指人的身材,也可指人的身體某部位瘦,大多數指因疾病或疲勞而消瘦; emaciated表示的“瘦”主要是由疾病和營養不良造成的; haggard指人的面孔憔悴的,枯槁的,主要是由于憂慮和少眠所致; lean指人天生瘦,是缺少脂肪的意思。例如:
  • She was a tall, spare girl.她是個瘦高個兒的姑娘。
  • His face was thin.他的臉瘦。
  • He was emaciated by long illness.他由于長期生病而瘦弱了。
  • The haggard faces of the rescued miners showed what they had suffered.被救出的礦工枯槁的面容表明他們遭受了什么樣的苦難。
  • He had the lean fit look of a trained athlete.他具有一個受過訓練的運動員的清瘦而健康的面容。
  • lean,slender,slim,slight,thin
  • 這些形容詞均有“瘦的”之意。
  • lean側重缺少脂肪。既可能是因病而瘦,也可能因饑餓而消瘦;也指身體消瘦,但肌肉結實,身體健康。
  • slender指身體細長、體態優美、苗條適中,多用于指女性。
  • slim指身體的細長,體重輕不著重外形的優美,可用于不同的性別,常用于減輕體重的人。
  • slight指身材又瘦又小。
  • thin普通用詞,指腰細、骨架窄,常因疾病或疲勞而消瘦。
  • 詞源解說

    • ☆ 直接源自古英語的ynne;最初源自原始日耳曼語的thunnuz,意為狹小的,少的。
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