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calm

[kɑ:m] [kɑm]
  • 復數:calms;
  • 第三人稱單數:calms;
  • 過去式:calmed;
  • 過去分詞:calmed;
  • 現在分詞:calming;
  • 比較級:calmer;
  • 最高級:calmest;
  • 副詞:calmly;
  • 名詞:calmness;
  • 例句
    同義詞
    同義詞解析
    • 以下這些形容詞均包含 "平靜的,無聲無息" 的意思
      quiet普通用詞,指沒有喧鬧、活動或騷亂的寂靜狀態。
      calm普通用詞,既可指天氣、海洋等的平靜狀態,又可指人的鎮定沉著、不慌亂,不受外界影響和情緒支配。
      silent普通用詞,指緘默不語或無聲無息。
      still指平靜而又安定的狀態。
      s指無任何噪音或不出聲,無聲無息。
      peaceful普通用詞,指一種不受外物擾亂和刺激的內在寧靜或和平狀態。
      serene指一種超脫一切煩惱的寧靜狀態。
    詞組
    • the calm before the storm
      見 storm
    英語六級真題
      Their brains become both calmer and sharper.
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    • ADJ-GRADED
      鎮定的;鎮靜的;冷靜的
      A calm person does not show or feel any worry, anger, or excitement.
      例句
      She is usually a calm and diplomatic woman... 她通常沉著而老練。 Try to keep calm and just tell me what happened... 鎮靜點,告訴我出了什么事。
    • VERB
      使平靜;使安靜;使鎮定
      If you calm someone, you do something to make them feel less angry, worried, or excited.
      例句
      The ruling party's veterans know how to calm their critics... 執政黨的老牌政治家們知道怎樣讓批評他們的人安靜下來。 Tranquilliser drugs were used to calm the deportees... 使用了鎮靜劑來讓被放逐者們安靜下來。
    • N-UNCOUNT
      平靜;安靜;寧靜
      Calm is used to refer to a quiet, still, or peaceful atmosphere in a place.
      例句
      The house projects an atmosphere of calm and order. 這棟房子透著一種寧靜和整齊感。 ...the rural calm of Grand Rapids, Michigan. 密歇根州大急流城田園般的寧靜
    • ADJ-GRADED
      平靜的;安定的
      If someone says that a place is calm, they mean that it is free from fighting or public disorder, when trouble has recently occurred there or had been expected.
      例句
      The city of Sarajevo appears relatively calm today. 薩拉熱窩城今天顯得相對平靜些。
    • VERB
      平定;使安定;使有秩序
      To calm a situation means to reduce the amount of trouble, violence, or panic there is.
      例句
      Officials hoped admitting fewer foreigners would calm the situation... 官員們希望通過減少外國人入境的數量來使局勢平定下來。 Mr Beazer tried to calm the protests by promising to keep the company's base in Pittsburgh. 比澤先生承諾仍將公司總部設在匹茲堡,以求平息抗議。
    • ADJ-GRADED
      (水面)平靜的,風平浪靜的
      If the sea or a lake is calm, the water is not moving very much and there are no big waves.
      例句
      ...as we slid into the calm waters of Cowes Harbour. 當我們緩緩駛入考斯港平靜的水面時
    • ADJ-GRADED
      (天氣)無風的
      Calm weather is pleasant weather with little or no wind.
      例句
      Tuesday was a fine, clear and calm day. 星期二天氣晴朗,沒有刮風。
    • N-COUNT
      (帆船比賽中的)靜風,風平浪靜
      In sailing, a flat calm or a dead calm is a condition of the sea or the weather in which there is very little wind or movement of the water.
      例句
      ...during flat calms when the water is crystal clear... 在風平浪靜、水清澈見底時 We had the whole gamut of wind from a dead calm to a force 10 gale. 我們這里什么風都有,從風平浪靜到十級大風。
    • VERB
      (海面)平靜;(風)平息
      When the sea calms, it becomes still because the wind stops blowing strongly. When the wind calms, it stops blowing strongly.
      例句
      Dawn came, the sea calmed but the cold was as bitter as ever. 破曉之際,海面平靜了下來,但是寒冷依舊。
    • VERB
      鎮(痛);止(癢)
      To calm a pain or an itch means to reduce it or get rid of it.
      例句
      ...more traditional methods of soothing the skin and calming the itch. 更加傳統的護膚止癢方法
    • PHRASE
      風暴前的平靜
      You can use the calm before the storm to refer to a quiet period in which there is little or no activity, before a period in which there is a lot of trouble or intense activity.
    英漢詞典釋義
    • adj.
      (水面)平靜的, (天氣)無風的
      The sea is now calm. 海現在平靜了。
    • vt. & vi.
      (使)平靜; (使)鎮定
      Presently he calmed a little. 他很快就平靜一些了。 Now calm yourself, please. 現在請你安靜下來。 They did what they could to calm her. 他們盡力使她平靜下來。
    • vt.
      使安靜;使冷靜;使鎮定;使(疼痛等)減輕
      She has to take sedatives to calm her nerves. 她必須服鎮靜劑來使她的神經鎮定。
    • vi.
      安靜下來;平靜下來;鎮靜下來
      At last the wild wind calmed down. 狂風終于停了下來。
    英英詞典釋義
    • Noun
      1. steadiness of mind under stress;
      "he accepted their problems with composure and she with equanimity"
    • Verb
      1. make calm or still;
      "quiet the dragons of worry and fear"
      2. make steady;
      "steady yourself"
      3. become quiet or calm, especially after a state of agitation;
      "After the fight both men need to cool off.""It took a while after the baby was born for things to settle down again."
      4. cause to be calm or quiet as by administering a sedative to;
      "The patient must be sedated before the operation"
    • Adjective
      1. not agitated; without losing self-possession;
      "spoke in a calm voice""remained calm throughout the uproar"
      2. characterized by absence of emotional agitation;
      "calm acceptance of the inevitable""remained serene in the midst of turbulence""a serene expression on her face""she became more tranquil""tranquil life in the country"
      3. (of weather) free from storm or wind;
      "calm seas"
      4. marked by freedom from agitation or excitement;
      "the rioters gradually became calm and slowly dispersed"
    行業詞典
    • 醫學: 平;
      大氣科學: 級風;曾稱“靜風”。 蒲福風級的零級風, 風速為0—0.2m/s。;
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