- n.性格; （人或动物的）气质; 易冲动; （性情）暴躁;
- 复数: temperaments;
Emily's mercurial temperament made her difficult to live with.
to have an artistic temperament
In actuality, Teddie did not have a disorder but merely a difficult temperament.
Mark does have a habit of allowing his temperament to get the better of him.
Chris is so full of artistic temperament you'd never think she was the daughter of a banker.
Her mental capacity and temperament are as remarkable as his.
His only weakness is his temperament.
She was furtive and vicious by temperament.
Some of the models were given to fits of temperament.
His impulsive temperament regularly got him into difficulties.
Success often depends on temperament.
The analysis of what kind of temperament you possess is vital.
Jane is a girl with an artistic temperament.
By temperament he was an artist.
He has an artistic temperament.
His temperament is a bit odd.
Later, his religious temperament came to the fore.
Melancholy was the dominant note of his temperament, he thought.
I often hear that Mary's temperament is fairly bad.
The elegant art temperament.
And they depict an inspanidual photographer's temperament, discovering itself through the camera's cropping of reality.
He is highly nervous and volatile in temperament.
Meanwhile his temperament, always perhaps his weak spot, has been found wanting.
Also, chow yun fat dials down his performance as a brutal emperor with a stolid temperament.
People are easily attracted by your special temperament, but flinch from your cold appearance.
You could hardly expect two people of such opposed temperament to get on well together.
How callous, how common had the temperament by that time become!
那性情,到了那时候,变得多么无情, 多么卑俗 啊 !
1. your usual mood;
"he has a happy disposition"
2. excessive emotionalism or irritability and excitability (especially when displayed openly)
3. an adjustment of the intervals (as in tuning a keyboard instrument) so that the scale can be used to play in different keys
1. =time,表示"时间或时间引起的现象"; 2. = "情绪,回火"