absolute

英 [ˈæbsəluːt]

美 [ˈæbsəluːt]

adj.  完全的; 全部的; 绝对的; (英语口语中尤用以强调)道地的,确实的,十足的; 肯定的; 无疑的; 明确的
n.  绝对真理(指思想或原理)

复数:absolutes 

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#牛津词典回顶部

 adj.

  • 完全的;全部的;绝对的
    total and complete
    1. a class for absolute beginners
      零起点班
    2. absolute confidence/trust/silence/truth
      充满信心;绝对信任;万籁俱寂;绝对真实
    3. ‘You're wrong,’ she said with absolute certainty.
      “你错了。”她斩钉截铁地说。
  • (英语口语中尤用以强调)道地的,确实的,十足的
    used, especially in spoken English, to give emphasis to what you are saying
    1. There's absolute rubbish on television tonight.
      今晚的电视节目简直糟糕透顶。
    2. He must earn an absolute fortune.
      他准会赚一大笔钱。
  • 肯定的;无疑的;明确的
    definite and without any doubt or confusion
    1. There was no absolute proof.
      没有确凿的证据。
    2. He taught us that the laws of physics were absolute.
      他教导我们说,物理定律是不容置疑的。
    3. The divorce became absolute last week.
      离婚在上周已成定局。
  • 不受限制的;不受约束的
    not limited or restricted
    1. absolute power/authority
      无上权力;绝对权威
    2. an absolute ruler/monarchy (= one with no limit to their power)
      独裁统治者;专制君主
  • 独立的;绝对的
    existing or measured independently and not in relation to sth else
    1. Although prices are falling in absolute terms , energy is still expensive.
      尽管能源的绝对售价在下降,但仍然昂贵。
    2. Beauty cannot be measured by any absolute standard.
      美是不可能用任何绝对标准来衡量的。

 noun

  • 绝对真理(指思想或原理)
    an idea or a principle that is believed to be true or valid in any circumstances
    1. Right and wrong are, for her, moral absolutes.
      她认为,是与非是道德上的绝对准则。

#柯林斯词典回顶部

  • ADJ 完全的;彻底的
    Absolute means total and complete.
    1. It's not really suited to absolute beginners...
      它并不真正适合从零开始的初学者。
    2. A sick person needs absolute confidence and trust in a doctor.
      病人需要对医生有绝对的信心和信任。
  • ADJ 十足的;地道的
    You use absolute to emphasize something that you are saying.
    1. About 12 inches wide is the absolute minimum you should consider...
      12英寸左右的宽度绝对是你应考虑的最低值。
    2. I think it's absolute nonsense.
      我认为那十足是无稽之谈。
  • ADJ 专制独裁的;有无上权力的
    An absolute ruler has complete power and authority over his or her country.
    1. He ruled with absolute power.
      他实行独裁统治。
    2. ...the doctrine of absolute monarchy based upon divine right.
      以神权为基础的君主专制学说
  • ADJ 确实的;不容置疑的
    Absolute is used to say that something is definite and will not change even if circumstances change.
    1. John brought the absolute proof that we needed...
      约翰带来了我们所需的确凿证据。
    2. They had given an absolute assurance that it would be kept secret.
      他们信誓旦旦地保证将对此绝对保密。
  • ADJ (数值)不受变量影响的,绝对的
    An amount that is expressed in absolute terms is expressed as a fixed amount rather than referring to variable factors such as what you earn or the effects of inflation.
    1. In absolute terms British wages remain low by European standards.
      根据欧洲标准,英国工资的绝对值依然很低。
  • ADJ (规则、原则)绝对的
    Absolute rules and principles are believed to be true, right, or relevant in all situations.
    1. There are no absolute rules.
      世事无绝对。
    2. ...certain assumptions which are accepted without question as absolute truths.
      某些未经质疑就被作为绝对真理而全盘接受的假设
  • N-COUNT 绝对法则(或原则)
    An absolute is a rule or principle that is believed to be true, right, or relevant in all situations.
    1. We tend to think in absolutes.
      我们思考问题倾向于绝对化。
  • See also: decree absolute

#英英释义回顶部

 noun

  • something that is conceived or that exists independently and not in relation to other things
    1. no mortal being can influence the absolute

 adj

  • perfect or complete or pure
    1. absolute loyalty
    2. absolute silence
    3. absolute truth
    4. absolute alcohol
  • not capable of being violated or infringed
    1. infrangible human rights
    Synonym: infrangibleinviolable
  • complete and without restriction or qualification
    1. absolute freedom
    2. an absolute dimwit
    3. a downright lie
    4. out-and-out mayhem
    5. an out-and-out lie
    6. a rank outsider
    7. many right-down vices
    8. got the job through sheer persistence
    9. sheer stupidity
    Synonym: downrightout-and-out(a)rank(a)right-downsheer(a)
  • not limited by law
    1. an absolute monarch
  • expressing finality with no implication of possible change
    1. an absolute guarantee to respect the nation's authority

#双语例句回顶部

  • It's not really suited to absolute beginners
    它并不真正适合从零开始的初学者。
  • A sick person needs absolute confidence and trust in a doctor.
    病人需要对医生有绝对的信心和信任。
  • About 12 inches wide is the absolute minimum you should consider
    12英寸左右的宽度绝对是你应考虑的最低值。
  • I think it's absolute nonsense.
    我认为那十足是无稽之谈。
  • He ruled with absolute power.
    他实行独裁统治。
  • John brought the absolute proof that we needed
    约翰带来了我们所需的确凿证据。
  • They had given an absolute assurance that it would be kept secret.
    他们信誓旦旦地保证将对此绝对保密。
  • In absolute terms British wages remain low by European standards.
    根据欧洲标准,英国工资的绝对值依然很低。
  • There are no absolute rules.
    世事无绝对。
  • We tend to think in absolutes.
    我们思考问题倾向于绝对化。
  • The industry minister described the affair as 'an absolute scandal'.
    工业部长将此事件形容为“绝对的丑闻”。
  • I have told them with absolute certainty there'll be no change of policy
    我已经十分肯定地告诉他们,政策不会变。
  • Howard Wilkinson has come up with an absolute corker of an idea.
    霍华德·威尔金森想出了一个绝佳的主意。
  • It seems political expediency, rather than absolute economic need, will determine who gains from the conflict
    看来是政治上的权宜之计,而不是绝对的经济需求,将决定谁会从这场冲突中获益。
  • Power corrupts and absolute power absolutely corrupts. That's the old hackneyed phrase, but it's true.
    权力导致腐败,绝对权力导致绝对腐败。这虽是老生常谈,但却是真理。
  • My father saw this in the newspaper and he gave me absolute hell.
    我父亲在报纸上看到这个消息后把我骂了个狗血淋头。
  • He'd often have us all in absolute hysterics.
    他经常让我们大家狂笑不止。
  • Ending the fighting must be the absolute priority, the litmus test of the agreements 'validity
    停火绝对是第一要务,也是检验协议是否有效的试金石。
  • Her son thinks she's an absolute raving lunatic.
    她儿子认为她是个十足的疯子。
  • Tim seems to have escaped the cynicism which is the absolute plague of our generation.
    蒂姆好像并没有染上我们这代人愤世嫉俗的通病。
  • Absolute terror possessed her
    她恐惧到了极点。
  • According to World Bank figures, 41 per cent of Brazilians live in absolute poverty
    根据世界银行的统计数字,41%的巴西人生活在赤贫中。
  • You must admit George, you're talking absolute rubbish.
    乔治,你得承认你说的全都是废话。
  • The flat is an absolute tip.
    这套公寓简直就是个垃圾场。
  • The treaty is now void of absolute commitments.
    条约现在失去了绝对的约束力。
  • The enemy forces were reduced to absolute inferiority.
    敌军已处于绝对劣势。
  • I can attest to the absolute truth of his statement.
    我可以证实他的话是千真万确的。
  • We have absolute confidence in victory.
    我们有绝对胜利的把握。
  • Absolute perfection in a dictionary is rare.
    绝对完美的词典是罕见的。
  • In the endless flow of absolute truth there are innumerable relative truths.
    在绝对真理的长河中有无数相对真理。