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

    GRE

    • [ˈækəleɪd]
    • [ˈækəleɪd]

    释义

    • n.
      嘉奖,表扬; 武士爵位的授予(礼); [乐]达谱号
  • 词态变化

    • 复数: accolades;
  • 实用场景例句

    • 全部

    But to the locals, ridding the city of choking traffic was more important than any accolade.

    但是对当地人来说, 解决这个城市严重的交通堵塞比任何赞誉都更为重要.

    ——期刊摘选

    To be chosen to represent their country is the highest accolade for most athletes.

    能被选拔出来代表国家参赛,是多数运动员的最高荣誉.

    ——期刊摘选

    Strangely, the yen may be the more deserving of that accolade.

    奇怪的是, 日元或许更配得上这个荣誉称号.

    ——期刊摘选

    His new book received accolade from the papers.

    他的新书受到报纸的热烈赞扬.

    ——期刊摘选

    He felt himself God's own mad lover accolade of knighthood could have given him greater pride.

    他觉得自己便是上帝那发了狂的情人,即使封他做骑士也不会让他更为骄矜得意.

    ——期刊摘选

    Being better than China Mobile is not a great accolade, of course.

    比中移动强一些, 当然不是多高的赞美.

    ——期刊摘选

    To be choose to represent their country is the highest accolade for most athletes.

    能被选拔出来代表国家参赛,是多数运动员的最高荣誉.

    ——期刊摘选

    That is my ultimate accolade.

    这是我最大的荣誉.

    ——期刊摘选

    The Nobel prize has become the ultimate accolade in the sciences.

    诺贝尔奖已成为科学界的最高荣誉。

    ——辞典例句

    Ari Hart recently received the accolade of being represented in the Museum of Modern Art.

    阿里·哈特的作品最近有幸获选在现代艺术馆展出。

    ——柯林斯例句

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  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction;

      "an award for bravery"

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