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

    高中/CET4/CET6/考研/TOEFL

    • [ɪkˈstrɔːdnri]
    • [ɪkˈstrɔːrdəneri]

    释义

    • 常用
    • 高考讲解
    • adj.
      非凡的; 特别的; 非常奇特的;
  • 词态变化

    • 副词: extraordinarily;
  • 实用场景例句

    • 全部
    • 非凡的
    • 特别的

    They testify to the extraordinary potency of his personality.

    这些事情证明了他非凡的人格魅力。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Management changes are under way that will finally bring down the curtain on Lord Forte's extraordinary working life.

    正在进行的管理层变更将最终为福特勋爵辉煌的职业生涯画上句号。

    ——柯林斯例句

    His behaviour was extraordinary and inexplicable.

    他的行为不同寻常,让人费解。

    ——柯林斯例句

    She was a woman with extraordinary vibrancy and extraordinary knowledge.

    她是一位充满活力、博学多识的女子。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Edwin H. Conger was envoy extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary.

    埃德温·H.康格是特命全权公使。

    ——柯林斯例句

    He is a man of extraordinary vitality, driving ambition and political nous.

    他是一个精力非凡、志向远大、政治上很有见识的人。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Representatives of the colonies met in an extraordinary congress.

    各殖民地代表在一次特别大会上会面。

    ——柯林斯例句

    It's extraordinary that he left without making a public statement about the situation.

    他没有发表关于形势的公开声明就走了,真是反常。

    ——柯林斯例句

    There's an extraordinary amount of power vested in us.

    我们被授予了巨大的权力。

    ——柯林斯例句

    We've made extraordinary progress as a society in that regard.

    在那个方面,我们的社会已经取得了巨大的进步。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Gill had an extraordinary, incandescent personality.

    吉尔个性鲜明,热情洋溢。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The fruit owes its extraordinary aroma to a mixture of three main chemicals.

    这种水果独特的芳香来自于3种主要化学物质的混合。

    ——柯林斯例句

    The announcement marks the end of an extraordinary period in European history.

    声明标志着欧洲历史上一个伟大时代的终结。

    ——柯林斯例句

    This extraordinary document first saw the light of day in 1966.

    这份非同寻常的文件第一次公开是在1966年。

    ——柯林斯例句

    His writings were marked by an extraordinary lucidity and elegance of style.

    他的作品简洁明晰,文风典雅。

    ——柯林斯例句

    It took an extraordinary effort to focus on preparing his classes or correcting his students' work.

    备课和批改学生的作业花费了他很多精力。

    ——柯林斯例句

    He found himself staring at an extraordinary architectural confection of old and new.

    他发现自己盯着一座新旧结合的建筑精品看出了神。

    ——柯林斯例句

    Inadvertent disclosures by judges sometimes offer an extraordinary glimpse of the legal system's underbelly.

    法官无意中透露的一些情况有时能见微知著地揭示出司法制度的薄弱之处。

    ——柯林斯例句

    There was an extraordinary feeling of hope and relief, as if a great burden had been cast off.

    有种充满希望和解脱的奇妙感觉,好似卸下了一副千斤重担。

    ——柯林斯例句

    There will be an extraordinary meeting next Wednesday to discuss the emergency resolution.

    下星期三将有一个额外安排的会议专门讨论紧急决议.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    The extraordinary election results confounded the government.

    这次不寻常的选举结果使得政府不知所措.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    You can enjoy the extraordinary sight unbroken cloud plains that stretch out before you.

    你可以欣赏展现于面前一望无边的奇特云海.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    She has a marvellous voice with an extraordinary range.

    她歌喉甜美,音域奇广.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    A trunk is extraordinary long!

    象的鼻子特别的长!

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    When Tom's companions drank to the Hans en Kelderr, or Jack in the low cellar , he could not help displaying an extraordinary complacence of countenance.

    当同事们举杯向他祝贺那未出世的孩子时, 汤姆不禁露出一种异常得意的神情.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    It's extraordinary that the American girl Jane speaks Chinese so fluently.

    这位美国姑娘珍妮中文讲得如此流畅,实属罕见.

    ——《简明英汉词典》

    Her strength of will is extraordinary.

    她意志的力量是不平常的.

    ——《现代英汉综合大词典》

    What an extraordinary hat!

    多么奇特的帽子!

    ——《现代英汉综合大词典》

    They disregard social conventions without being conscious that they are doing anything extraordinary.

    他们不顾社会习俗,并未意识到自己在做些与众不同的事.

    ——《用法词典》

    He is a man of extraordinary will power.

    他是个具有非凡意志的人.

    ——《现代汉英综合大词典》

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  • 真题例句

    • 全部
    • 四级
    • 六级
    • 高考
    • 考研

    The late Richard Hackman of Harvard University once argued, I have no question that when you have a team, the possibility exists that it will generate magic, producing something extraordinary… But don't count on it.

    出自-2017年6月阅读原文

    Interestingly, their memories are highly self-centred: although they can remember autobiographical life events in extraordinary detail, they seem to be no better than average at recalling impersonal information, such as random ( ' , 任意选取的) lists of words.

    出自-2017年6月阅读原文

    Clearly, there is no such thing as a perfect memory – their extraordinary minds are still using the same flawed tools that the rest of us rely on.

    出自-2017年6月阅读原文

    A couple of recent papers have finally opened a window on these people's extraordinary minds.

    出自-2017年6月阅读原文

    But most of all it was the extraordinary trajectory(轨迹)of his life.

    出自-2012年12月阅读原文

    His extraordinary physical condition.

    出自-2014年6月听力原文

    Whatever your talents, it is extraordinarily difficult to get a leading job in most fields without having been to university.

    出自-2016年12月阅读原文

    Because so many of our modern technologies and services depend on oil, nations, corporations, and institutions that control the trade in oil exercise extraordinary power.

    出自-2013年6月阅读原文

    We learn from the passage that in today's world, whoever monopolizes the oil market will be able to exercise extraordinary power

    出自-2013年6月阅读原文

    It is almost impossible to imagine our society without thinking of the extraordinary achievements of scientists and engineers in building our complicated world.

    出自-2010年12月阅读原文

    Every day in our work, we are inspired by the people we meet doing extraordinary things to improve the world.

    2016年高考英语四川卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文

    It is financially terrifying, psychologically embarrassing and you know that support is minimal and extraordinarily hard to get.

    出自-2014年考研阅读原文

    Shakespeare’s life time was coincident with a period of extraordinary activity and achievement in the drama.

    出自-2018年考研翻译原文

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. beyond what is ordinary or usual; highly unusual or exceptional or remarkable;

      "extraordinary authority"

      "an extraordinary achievement"

      "her extraordinary beauty"

      "enjoyed extraordinary popularity"

      "an extraordinary capacity for work"

      "an extraordinary session of the legislature"

    • 2. far more than usual or expected;

      "an extraordinary desire for approval"

      "it was an over-the-top experience"

    • 3. (of an official) serving an unusual or special function in addition to those of the regular officials;

      "an ambassador extraordinary"

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  • 词根词缀

    词根: ordin

    =order,表示"命令,顺序"

    • adj.

      coordinate 同等的;座标

      co共同+ordin顺序+ate表动词,也表示形容词→顺序一样→同等的,引申为平等;协调

      extraordinary 格外的

      extra超+ordinary普通的→超出普通

      inordinate 过度的,过份的

      in无+ordin命令,顺序+ate……的→无顺序的→过度的

      insubordinate 不服从的,反抗的

      in不+subordinate服从的→adj.不服从的,反抗的

      ordinal 顺序的,依次的

      ordin命令,顺序+al……的→adj.顺序的,依次的

      ordinary 普通的,平凡的,平常的;平庸的

      ordin命令,顺序+ary……的→有顺序的;听命令的→普通的

      subordinate 附属的,服从的

      sub下面,副手+ordin顺序+ate……的→顺序在下→附属的

    • n.

      coordinator 协调者,同等的人或物

      coordinate[v.协调 adj.同等的;座标]+or人→n.协调者,同等的人或物

      ordinance 法令,条例

      ordin命令,顺序+ance表名词→命令[状态]→法令

    • v.

      coordinate 协调

      co共同+ordin顺序+ate表动词,也表示形容词→顺序一样→同等的,引申为平等;协调

      ordain 任命,命令

      ordain=ordin命令,顺序→v.任命,命令

    前缀: extra-

    表示"以外,超过"

    • adj.

      extracurriculum 课外的

      extra以外,超过+curriculum课程表→adj.课外的

      extraneous 外来的

      extra以外,超过+aneous……的→从外面来的

      extraordinary 格外的

      extra以外,超过+ordinary普通的→超出普通

      extrasolar 太阳系以外的

      extra以外,超过+solar太阳的→adj.太阳系以外的

      extravagant 奢侈的

      extra以外,超过+vag漫游,走+ant……的→走得过分→奢侈的

      extraviolet 紫外线的

      extra以外,超过+violet紫色的→adj.紫外线的

      extrovert 性格外向的

      extra以外,超过+vert转→[性格]向外转→外向

    • n.

      extrovert 性格外向者

      extra以外,超过+vert转→[性格]向外转→外向

    • v.

      extrapolate 推断

      extra以外,超过+polate放→放到[事实]外→推断

  • 同义词辨析

    special, especial, specific, particular, exceptional, extraordinary, peculiar

    这些形容词均含"特殊的,特别的"之意。

    • special: 普通用词,指不同于一般、与众不同,着重事物的专门性,突出与一般不同。
    • especial和special含义很接近,较正式,但侧重有特殊的意义或重要性。
    • specific: 着重指某种、某类事物具有的特殊或特定的属性,也可指专门提出作特别考虑的事物。
    • particular: 侧重不同于普遍性的个性或特殊性。
    • exceptional: 指不同于一般,本身是特别的或异常的事物。
    • extraordinary: 语气比exceptional强,指极大地超过一般或正常情况。
    • peculiar: 强调指与众不同或独特的意思。
  • 同义词

    adj.特别的;卓越的

    wonderfulmemorablemarvelousnoteworthyunusualexceptionalremarkablespecial

    其他释义

    originalnotableexceptionalmarvelousvaluableclassicunusualunparalleledaberrantsingularstupendousunprecedentedunforgettablespecialremarkableespecialuniquesignalindescribablememorablephenomenalsurprisingnoteworthymiraculousmonumentalviolentwonderfulprodigious

  • 反义词

    adj.异常的;特别的

    ordinaryusualgeneralstandardcommonnormal

    其他释义

    generalnormalordinarymediocrestandardcommonusual

  • 行业词典

    • 法律

      非常   

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