time的中文翻译

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time

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  • time1   (minutes/hours/years, etc.)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 
    时间
    noun
    • what is measured in minutes, hours, days, etc
      • The changing seasons mark the passing of time.
        四季变化,时光流逝。
      • A visit to the museum will take you back in time to the 1930s.
        参观者加博物馆,你将回到二十世纪20年代。
      • time and space
        时间和空间
      • As time went by we saw less and less of each other.
        随着时间的推移,我们彼此见面越来越少。
      • Perceptions change over time(= as time passes).
        观念随着时间的流逝而变化。
    • the time shown on a clock in minutes and hours
      • What time is it/What's the time?
        现在是几点了?
      • Do you have the time?
        你知道现在几点了吗?
      • What time do you make it?
        你说现在几点了?
      • What time do you have?
        你知道现在几点了吗?
      • The time is now half past ten.
        现在是十点半。
      • Can she tell the time yet (= say what time it is by looking at a clock)?
        她现在会看钟表了吗?
      • Can she tell time yet?
        她现在会看钟表了吗?
      • My watch keeps perfect time(= always shows the correct time).
        我的表走时很准。
      • Look at the time! We'll be late.
        看几点了!我们要迟到了。
      • This time tomorrow I'll be in Canada.
        明日这个时候我就在加拿大了。
    • the time measured in a particular part of the world
      • Greenwich Mean Time
        格林尼治时间
      • 6 o'clock local time
        当地时间6点钟
    • the time when sth happens or when sth should happen
      • What time do you finish work?
        你什么时候下班?
      • The baby loves bath time.
        这婴儿喜欢洗澡的时候。
      • I think it's time to go to bed.
        我想该睡觉了现在。
      • It's time for lunch.
        现在是午餐时间。
      • It's time the kids were in bed.
        孩子们该去睡觉了。
      • By the time you get there the meeting will be over.
        等你到了那里的时候,会议就该结束了。
      • A computer screen shows arrival and departure times.
        电脑屏幕显示着到达和出发的时间。
      • The train arrived right on time(= at exactly the correct time).
        火车准点到达。
      • You'll feel differently about it when the time comes(= when it happens).
        到时你就会觉得大有不同了。
  • time2   (Aviation)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 

    noun
    • an instance of something
    • a quantity measured in years, days, weeks, hours, etc.
  • time3   (period)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 
    一段时间
    noun
    • an amount of time; the amount of time available to work, rest, etc
      • Allow plenty of time to get to the airport.
        留出足够的时间到达机场。
      • I can probably make the time to see them.
        我应该能抽出时间去看看他们。
      • It takes time to make changes in the law.
        修改法律是需要时间的。
      • We have no time to lose(= we must hurry).
        我们不能再浪费时间了。
      • He spends most of his time working.
        他把大部分的时间都花在了工作上。
      • She doesn't have much free/spare time.
        他没有多少业余时间。
      • What a waste of time!
        太浪费时间了!
      • I didn't finish the test—I ran out of time.
        我没有答完试卷,时间不够了。
      • Time's up—have you worked out the answer yet?
        时间到了,你得出答案没有。
      • He never takes any time off(= time spent not working).
        他从来都不休息。
      • Jane's worked here for some time(= for a fairly long period of time).
        简在这儿已经工作了好些时日了。
      • Do it now please—not in three hours' time (= three hours from now).
        请现在就干,不要等到三个小时之后。
      • The journey time is two hours.
        旅程时间有两个小时。
    • a period of time, either long or short, during which you do sth or sth happens
      • His injuries will take a long time to heal.
        他的伤需要很长一段时间才能够好。
      • I lived in Egypt for a time.
        我在埃及居住过一阵子。
      • The early morning is the best time of day.
        清晨是一天最好的时候。
      • Her parents died a long time ago.
        她的父母很早就去世了。
      • At one time (= at a period of time in the past) Emily was my best friend.
        曾经一度,艾米丽是我最好的朋友。
      • Mr Curtis was the manager in my time(= when I was working there).
        我在那里工作的时候,柯蒂斯先生是经理。
    • a period of history connected with particular events or experiences in people's lives
      • The movie is set at the time of the Russian Revolution.
        这部电影的背景时间是俄国革命期间。
      • in ancient times
        在古代
      • the violent times we live in (= the present period of history)
        我们身处的乱世。
      • Times are hard for the unemployed.
        对于失业者来说,时世艰难。
      • Times have changed since Grandma was young.
        时光易逝,现在已经不是祖母还年轻那会儿了。
  • time4   (occasion/event)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 

    noun
    • an occasion when you do sth or when sth happens
      • Every time I hear that song I feel happy.
        我每次听到那首歌就心情愉悦。
      • Next time you're here let's have lunch together.
        下次你来到这,咱们一块儿吃午饭。
      • He failed his driving test three times.
        他考了三次驾照考试都没有通过。
      • He's determined to pass this time.
        这一回他决心要及格。
      • When was the last time you saw her?
        你上一次见到她是什么时候。
      • How many times (= how often) do I have to tell you not to do that?
        我得跟你说多少遍不要做那种事?
      • I remember one time(= once) we had to abandon our car in the snow.
        记得有次我们迫于无奈将汽车丢弃在雪中。
      • At no time did I give my consent to the plan.
        我从来都没有同意过这个计划。
    • an event or occasion that you experience in a particular way
      • Did you have a good time in Spain?
        你在西班牙过得愉快吗?
      • I had an awful time in the hospital.
        我在医院的日子真是难熬。
  • time5   (for race)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 
    比赛用时
    noun
    • how long sb takes to run a race or complete an event
      • The winner's time was 11.6 seconds.
        第一名的时间是11.6秒。
      • She completed the 500 metres in record time(= faster than any previous runner).
        她以破记录的时间跑完了500米。
      • one of the fastest times ever
        有史以来最快的成绩之一
  • time6   (in music)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 
    拍子, 节拍
    noun
    • the number of beats in a bar/measure of music
      • This piece is in four-four time.
        这首乐曲是四四拍的。
      • a slow waltz time
        缓慢的华尔兹节拍
      • The conductor beat time with a baton.
        指挥用指挥棒打着拍子。
    • the correct speed and rhythm of a piece of music
      • Try and dance in time to the music (= with the same speed and rhythm).
        尽量跟上音乐的节奏跳舞。
      • Clap your hands to keep time(= sing or move with the correct speed and rhythm).
        跟着节奏拍手。
      • to play in/out of time(= follow/not follow the correct speed and rhythm)
        演奏得合/不合拍
      • He always plays in perfect time.
        他演奏的节奏总是精准无误。
  • time7   (arrange time)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 
    安排时间
    verb
    • to arrange to do sth or arrange for sth to happen at a particular time
      • She timed her arrival for shortly after 3.
        三点一过,她就如期到达了。
      • Their request was badly timed(= it was made at the wrong time).
        他们的要求不合时宜。
      • 'I hope we're not too early.' 'You couldn't have timed it better!'
        “但愿我们没有来得太早。”“你这时来得再适合不过了。”
      • Publication of his biography was timed to coincide with his 70th birthday celebrations.
        他的传记特别安排在他70岁寿辰庆典之时出版。
  • time8   (measure time)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 
    计时
    verb
    • to measure how long it takes for sth to happen or for sb to do sth
      • The winner was timed at 20.4 seconds.
        获胜者用的时间为20.4秒。
      • Time how long it takes you to answer the questions.
        计算一下你回答完这些问题所需要的时间。
  • time9   (in sport)   UK /taɪm/  US /taɪm/ 
    (在某一时刻)发出(一击)或击(球)
    verb
    • to hit or kick a ball at a particular moment in a sports game
      • She timed the pass perfectly.
        她传球的时机掌握得恰到好处。
      • a beautifully timed shot
        把握时机的绝妙一击。
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