翻译
  • 简明词典(词霸)
  • 柯林斯词典
  • 牛津词典
  • edifying

    • [ˈedɪfaɪɪŋ]
    • [ ˈedɪfaɪɪŋ]

    释义

    • adj.
      有教训意味的,教训性的,有益的;
    • v.
      开导,启发( edify的现在分词 );
  • 实用场景例句

    • 全部
    • 启发

    In the 18th century art was seen, along with music and poetry, as something edifying.

    在18世纪,人们认为美术和音乐、诗歌一样,能够起到教化作用。

    ——柯林斯例句

    It all brought back memories of a not very edifying past.

    所有这些都让人回想起一段并不那么愉快的过去。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Young students are advised to read edifying books to improve their mind.

    建议青年学生们读一些陶冶性情的书籍,以提高自己的心智.

    ——辞典例句

    This edifying spectacle was the final event of the Governor's ball.

    这个有启发性的表演便是省长的舞会的最后一个节目了.

    ——辞典例句

    He read edifying books to improve his mind.

    他读一些陶冶性情的书籍,以提高自己的心智.

    ——期刊摘选

    Let all things be done unto edifying.

    凡事都当造就人.

    ——期刊摘选

    They Began to see its weaknesses and the less edifying aspects of its civilisation.

    他们开始看到中国的弱点,以及中国文明的其他较缺少启发性的一面.

    ——期刊摘选

    Travel is an edifying experience , especially for young people.

    旅游可以使人增广见闻,年轻人更应该多参加旅游活动.

    ——期刊摘选

    This is an edifying book.

    这是一本陶冶情操的书.

    ——期刊摘选

    The paintings in the church served an edifying purpose even for those who could not read.

    教堂中的绘画都有教化作用,即使对于读不懂它们的人也有这种作用.

    ——期刊摘选

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. enlightening or uplifting so as to encourage intellectual or moral improvement;

      "the paintings in the church served an edifying purpose even for those who could not read"

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  • 同义词

    learning

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