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导读:简明英汉词典interfere[7intE5fiE]vi.干涉,干预,妨碍,打扰美国传统词典[双解]interferein.ter.fereAHD:[1n”t…r-f?r“]D.J.[7

简明英汉词典


interfere

[7intE5fiE]

vi.

干涉, 干预, 妨碍, 打扰

美国传统词典[双解]


interfere

in.ter.fere

AHD:[1n”t…r-f?r“]

D.J.[7int*6fi*]

K.K.[7!nt+6f!r]

v.intr.(不及物动词)

in.ter.feredin.ter.fer.ingin.ter.feres

(1)To come between so as to be a hindrance or an obstacle:

妨碍:插入以阻碍或妨碍:

loud talking that interfered with the other patrons' conversations; assistance that only interfered.

影响其他主顾交谈的大声谈话;越帮越忙

(2)Sports To perform an act of interference.

【体育运动】 掩护,阻挡:进行阻挡的行为

(3)To intervene or intrude in the affairs of others; meddle.

介入,干涉:插入或介入他人的事;干涉

(4)To strike one hoof against the opposite hoof or leg while moving. Used of a horse.

绊脚,相碰撞:一只蹄同相对的另一只蹄或腿之间相互碰撞。用于指马

(5)Physics Electronics To cause interference.

【物理学】 【电子学】 产生干扰

语源


(1)Middle English enterferen

中古英语 enterferen

(2)from Old French s'entreferer [to strike one another]

源自 古法语 s'entreferer [互相碰撞]

(3)entre- [between] from Latin inter- * see inter-

entre- [在…之间] 源自 拉丁语 inter- *参见 inter-

(4)ferir [to strike] from Latin feroe

ferir [碰] 源自 拉丁语 feroe

继承用法


interferer

n.(名词)

interferingly

adv.(副词)

参考词汇


(1)interferemeddletamper

(2)These verbs are compared as they mean to put oneself forward and intervene in the affairs of others when unasked to do so and often in an impudent or indiscreet manner.

当这些动词指某人未经要求就介入或插手别人的事,并且通常是以一种鲁莽或不礼貌的方式时对他们加以比较。

(3)Interfere and meddle are sometimes interchangeable. Meddle, however, is the stronger in implying unwanted, unwarranted, or unnecessary intrusion:

Interfere 和meddle 有时可互换。 但是meddle 在指不必要的、无正当理由的或非必需的介入时语气较强:

“wholly unacquainted with the world in which they are so fond of meddling” (Edmund Burke). It is somewhat weaker than interfere in implying action that seriously hampers, hinders, or frustrates:

“对他们如此喜欢干预的世界一无所知” (埃德豪·伯克)。在指严重的牵制、阻碍或阻挠的行为时比interfere 要弱:

“It was his peculiar doctrine that a man has a perfect right to interfere by force with the slaveholder, in order to rescue the slave” (Henry David Thoreau). To tamper is to interfere by making unsought, unwelcome, often destructive changes or by trying to influence another in an improper way:

“他有一个奇特的宗旨,即为了解救奴隶,一个人有绝对权利以武力来干涉奴隶主” (亨利·戴维·撒罗)。tamper 是通过造成未经请求的、不受欢迎、经常为毁坏性的变化或试图通过不恰当的方式影响他人来进行干涉:

“a large number of persons accused of . . . tampering with ballot boxes” (James Bryce).

“一大群被指控为…破坏投票箱的人” (吉姆斯·布赖斯)。

“He began another practice, to tamper with the justices” (John Strype).

他着手另一项活动,去干预公正。” (约翰·斯特赖普)

现代英汉词典


interfere

[IntE5fIE(r)]

vi.

-fered, -fering

(1)(常与in连用)干涉,干预

I was playing with Jane, but Anne interfered and spoiled the game.

我正在和珍妮玩,可是安妮插了进来,把游戏给打乱了。

(2)(常与with连用)瞎弄,乱弄;干扰

I don't want to interfere with you; proceed with your work.

"我不想打扰你了,你继续工作吧。"

Don't interfere with him. He's preparing for the final exams.

"他在为期末考试作准备,不要打扰他。"

现代英汉综合大辞典


interfere

[7intE5fiE]

vi.

(1)干涉, 干预

(2)妨碍, 打扰; 抵触; 冲突

(3)仲裁; 调停

(4)有害于

(5)(马等在行走、奔跑时)一脚碰在另一脚上

(6)【物】干扰

(7)(橄榄球赛中的)阻挡, 犯规撞人

(8)【律】对发明专利权有异议而提起诉讼

interfere in sb.'s private affairs

干涉某人的私事

an -ring old lady

爱管闲事的老太太

interests -ring with each other

互相冲突的利害关系

Don't interfere with him.

不要打扰他。

Come on Sunday if nothing interferes.

如果没有别的事相扰, 就请星期天来吧。

Sedentary habits often interfere with health.

长坐不动的习惯往往有害于身体健康。

继承用法


interferefering

adj.

干扰的, 抵触的; 干涉的; 爱管闲事的

interferer

n.

习惯用语


interfere in

干涉, 干预

interfere with

(1)妨碍; 乱动; 干涉, 干扰

(2)侮辱(女性)

用法词典


interfere

源自古法语entreferir互打。拉丁词ferire打

英文相关词典


interfere

arbitrateencroachintercedeinterruptinterveneintrudemeddlemediaterefereeumpire

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典


interfere

参预, 参与;干涉

美国传统词典


interfere

in.ter.fere

AHD:[1n”t…r-f?r“]

D.J.[7int*6fi*]

K.K.[7!nt+6f!r]

v.intr.

in.ter.fered, in.ter.fer.ing, in.ter.feres

(1)To come between so as to be a hindrance or an obstacle:

loud talking that interfered with the other patrons' conversations; assistance that only interfered.

(2)Sports To perform an act of interference.

(3)To intervene or intrude in the affairs of others; meddle.

(4)To strike one hoof against the opposite hoof or leg while moving. Used of a horse.

(5)Physics Electronics To cause interference.

语源


(1)Middle English enterferen

(2)from Old French s'entreferer [to strike one another]

(3)entre- [between] from Latin inter- * see inter-

(4)ferir [to strike] from Latin feroe

继承用法


interferer

n.

interferingly

adv.

参考词汇


(1)interfere, meddle, tamper

(2)These verbs are compared as they mean to put oneself forward and intervene in the affairs of others when unasked to do so and often in an impudent or indiscreet manner.

(3)Interfere and meddle are sometimes interchangeable. Meddle, however, is the stronger in implying unwanted, unwarranted, or unnecessary intrusion:

“wholly unacquainted with the world in which they are so fond of meddling” (Edmund Burke). It is somewhat weaker than interfere in implying action that seriously hampers, hinders, or frustrates:

“It was his peculiar doctrine that a man has a perfect right to interfere by force with the slaveholder, in order to rescue the slave” (Henry David Thoreau). To tamper is to interfere by making unsought, unwelcome, often destructive changes or by trying to influence another in an improper way:

“a large number of persons accused of . . . tampering with ballot boxes” (James Bryce).

“He began another practice, to tamper with the justices” (John Strype).

[名词委审定]英汉数学名词(1993)


interfere

干扰

英汉船舶大词典


interfere

n.干涉,干扰

英汉电信大词典


interfere

n.干涉,干扰

英汉法学大词典


interfere

v.对专利权提出争议 ,干扰,干扰,干涉

英汉纺织大词典


interfere

n.干涉,干扰

英汉航海大词典


interfere

n.利害

英汉航空大词典


interfere

n.干扰,打扰

英汉化学大词典


interfere

vt.干涉,抵触,过盈

英汉海运大词典


interfere

干涉,干扰

基本词义


interfere

干涉,干扰,妨碍

英汉经贸大词典


interfere

n.利害

英汉计算机大词典


interfere

vt.干涉(抵触,过盈)

英汉机械大词典


interfere

n.干涉,干扰

英汉心理学大词典


interfere

干扰

英汉中医大词典


interfere

n.妨碍,干扰,抵触

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