- adj.幼稚的; 天真的; 单纯的
- 比较级: naiver;
- 最高级: naivest;
- 副词: naively;
- 名词: naivety;
She is naive and will swallow anything you tell her.
The hastily assembled stimulus packages were a throwback to naive Keynesianism.
She's so naive that she believes everything he tells her.
Don't be naive. The matter is not so simple.
By being subtle rather than obvious, you avoid appearing naive.
Children often ask naive questions.
Such moods, however naive, were certainly neither wicked nor squalid.
When they did talk they slipped into the naive intimacy of college days.
We were these very pure, naive, poor children.
If you have patience and like naive love, I'll recommend this slow film for you.
This, too, is a naive idea in these times.
It's naive of you to believe he'll do what he says.
Her initial confidence can seem brash and naive.
She was still young and naive, with some girl's freshness.
Children are not naive, but it is not good at expression.
She is so naive that she believes everything he tells her.
He is so naive as to believe such a lie.
I wish she'd wake up ! She's so naive!
她 实在 太幼稚了,我希望她能 醒悟 过来.
Don't be so naive as to be taken in by their lies.
to be politically naive
The drama takes an idealistic, even a naive view of the subject.
He was touchingly naive about sex.
I must have been naive to think we would get my parents' blessing.
I know I was a naive fool to trust him but he is a real charmer who totally took me in.
Her colourful oils and works on paper have a naive, dreamlike quality.
Her paintings have a naive, dreamlike quality.
The simple concepts he had been taught now sounded trite and naive.
Their view was that he had been politically naive.
The display of prehistoric monsters is comically naive.
In reflection, my firm belief in the power of the brand was naive, not to mention a bit snobby.
2018年6月六级真题（第三套）阅读 Section B收起真题例句
1. marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience;
"a teenager's naive ignorance of life"
"the naive assumption that things can only get better"
"this naive simple creature with wide friendly eyes so eager to believe appearances"
2. lacking experience of life;
"a callow youth of seventeen"
3. lacking sophistication