- adj.卓越的; 著名的; 受人尊敬的; 显得重要的;
- v.辨别，区别( distinguish的过去式和过去分词); 突出; 区别(distinguish的过去式);
He was the progenitor of a family of distinguished actors.
He was the most distinguished scholar in his field.
All objects are vetted by a distinguished panel of experts.
She was surely the most distinguished queen consort we have had.
He was one of Australia's most distinguished artists, renowned for his portraits, landscapes and nudes.
It seems such a pity that a distinguished and honored name should be commercialized in such a manner.
He went on to crown a distinguished career in radio and television with his book "The Price of Victory".
Sir James was an immensely distinguished architect in the vanguard of his profession.
Over the next few years he distinguished himself as a leading constitutional scholar.
They distinguished themselves at the Battle of Assaye.
His mother, whose influence on his development was outstanding, came of a distinguished American family.
This international award has set the seal on a long and distinguished career.
Elephants are distinguished from other animals by their long noses.
Sometimes formal English and informal English must be carefully distinguished.
She was a distinguished oceanographer, and a gifted painter into the bargain.
A helmsman is tested in a rough sea; a hero is distinguished in difficult circumstances.
He was a distinguished publicist.
A banquet was given in honor of the distinguished guests.
Many distinguished men have emerged from slums.
He is distinguished for his sense of humor.
He distinguished himself in physics.
He distinguished himself in cowardice.
There was such a crowd round the distinguished visitor that I could not get to speak to him.
He was not only a distinguished writer but a fertilizer of other talents.
He has distinguished himself many times at the risk of life since he joined the army.
A friend is a friend ; a foe is a foe; one must be clearly distinguished from the other.
敌是敌,友是 友, 必须分清界限.
His paintings of flowers are distinguished by their rich colours.
The Chinese nation is distinguished for its diligence and courage.
He repeatedly distinguished himself in the troops.
She was a distinguished graduate of Harvard School of Law.
She had not distinguished herself academically
He distinguished himself in low temperature physics.
No one will ever know what mix of talent, ambition, energy and luck made Dickens such a distinguished writer.
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1. (used of persons) standing above others in character or attainment or reputation;
"our distinguished professor"
"an eminent scholar"
"a great statesman"
2. used of a person's appearance or behavior; befitting an eminent person;
"his distinguished bearing"
"the monarch's imposing presence"
"she reigned in magisterial beauty"
3. set apart from other such things
1. =prick,表示"刺,刺激"; 2. 引申为火焰