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wild
[waɪld] [waɪld]

  • adj. 野生的;野蛮的;狂热的;荒凉的
  • n. 荒野
  • adv. 疯狂地;胡乱地
  • n. (Wild)人名;(英)怀尔德;(法、德、葡、捷、匈)维尔德

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Wild Dreams 狂想曲 ; 请继续

wild horse [脊椎] 野马 ; 野马酒庄 ; 怀尔德霍斯 ; 第十六关

Wild Jurchens 野人女真

Jack Wild 杰克·瓦尔德 ; 杰克怀德 ; 杰克·怀德

wild love 狂热的爱 ; 唱片名

wild pepper 花椒

wild rice [作物] 野生稻 ; 菰属 ; 菰米 ; 野生稻米

Wild Yam 野山药提取物 ; 野生山药 ; 野山药 ; 野山芋

wild ginger [植] [中医] 细辛 ; 野生姜 ; 狂热者 ; 杜衡

wild oats 轻率 ; 野燕麦 ; 放荡生活

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  • 野生 - 引用次数:1881

    HERBA HOUTTYNIAE mainly depended on wild resources.

    鱼腥草长期以来主要依靠采挖野生资源。

    参考来源 - 鱼腥草种质资源研究
    野生的
  • 野生 - 引用次数:565

    The wild animals resources in Bandong Nature Reserve is plentiful.

    板洞自然保护区野生动物资源丰富。

    参考来源 - 板洞自然保护区野生动物资源调查
    野生的
  • 百搭的;(手上牌)点数可自由决定的

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wild [ waild ]

  • n.
    • a wild primitive state untouched by civilization

      "he lived in the wild"; " they collected mushrooms in the wild"

      同义词: natural state state of nature

    • a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition

      "it was a wilderness preserved for the hawks and mountaineers"

      同义词: wilderness

  • adj.
    • marked by extreme lack of restraint or control

      "wild talk"; " wild parties"

    • in a natural state; not tamed or domesticated or cultivated

      "wild geese"; " edible wild plants"

      同义词: untamed

    • in a state of extreme emotion

      "wild with anger"; " wild with grief"

    • deviating widely from an intended course

      "a wild bullet"; " he threw a wild pitch"

    • (of colors or sounds) intensely vivid or loud

      "wild colors"; " wild shouts"

      同义词: violent

    • without a basis in reason or fact

      同义词: baseless groundless idle unfounded unwarranted

    • talking or behaving irrationally

      同义词: raving raving mad

    • involving risk or danger

      "a wild financial scheme"

      同义词: hazardous risky

    • extravagantly fanciful and unrealistic; foolish

      同义词: fantastic

    • located in a dismal or remote area; desolate

      "a godforsaken wilderness crossroads"; " a wild stretch of land"

      同义词: desert godforsaken waste

    • intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with

      同义词: crazy

    • without civilizing influences

      "wild tribes"

      同义词: barbarian barbaric savage uncivilized uncivilised

    • (of the elements) as if showing violent anger

      同义词: angry furious raging tempestuous

  • adv.
    • in an uncontrolled and rampant manner

      同义词: rampantly

    • in a wild or undomesticated manner

      "growing wild"; " roaming wild"

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

wild /waɪld/ CET4 TEM4 ( wilder, wildest, wilds )

  • 1. 

    ADJ Wild animals or plants live or grow in natural surroundings and are not taken care of by people. (动物或植物) 野生的

    例:

    We saw two more wild cats creeping toward us in the darkness.

    我们看见还有两只野猫在黑暗中向我们爬来。

  • 2. 

    ADJ Wild land is natural and is not used by people. 荒芜的

    例:

    ...a wild area of woods and lakes.

    …一片荒芜的森林和湖泊区域。

  • 3. 

    N-PLURAL The wilds of a place are the natural areas that are far away from cities and towns. 荒野

    例:

    They went canoeing in the wilds of Canada.

    他们在加拿大的荒野地区划独木舟。

  • 4. 

    ADJ Wild is used to describe the weather or the sea when it is stormy. (天气或海面) 狂风暴雨的

    例:

    The wild weather did not deter some people from taking an unseasonable dip in the sea.

    狂风暴雨的天气并没有使一些不合时宜地到海里游泳的人却步。

  • 5. 

    ADJ Wild behaviour is uncontrolled, excited, or energetic. (行为) 狂热的

    例:

    The children are wild with joy.

    孩子们欣喜若狂。

    例:

    As George himself came on stage they went wild.

    当乔治本人登上舞台的时候,他们都发狂了。

  • 6. 

    wildly ADV 狂热地 [ADV with v]

    例:

    As she finished each song, the crowd clapped wildly.

    她每唱完一首歌,人群就狂热地鼓起掌来。

  • 7. 

    ADJ If you describe someone or their behaviour as wild, you mean that they behave in a very uncontrolled way. (指人或其行为) 疯狂的

    例:

    The house is in a mess after a wild party.

    一次疯狂的聚会之后,房子里一片狼藉。

  • 8. 

    wildly ADV 疯狂地 [ADV with v]

    例:

    Five people were injured as Reynolds slashed out wildly with a kitchen knife.

    五个人因雷诺兹拿着菜刀疯狂乱砍而受伤。

  • 9. 

    ADJ A wild idea is unusual or extreme. A wild guess is one that you make without much thought. 不寻常的 (想法); 胡乱的 (猜测) [ADJ n]

    例:

    Browning's prediction is no better than a wild guess.

    布朗宁的预言只不过是胡乱猜测而已。

  • 10. 

    wildly ADV 不寻常地; 胡乱地

    例:

    "Thirteen?" he guessed wildly.

    “十三?”他胡乱猜道。

  • 11. 

    → see also wildly

  • 12. 

    PHRASE Animals that live in the wild live in a free and natural state and are not taken care of by people. 处于野生状态

    例:

    Fewer than a thousand giant pandas still live in the wild.

    不到1000只的大熊猫还处于野生状态。

  • 13. 

    beyond your wildest dreams →see dream

  • 14. 

    in your wildest dreams →see dream

词组短语同近义词同根词词语辨析

in the wild 在野外,野生的;在自然环境下

wild flower 野花

wild animal n. 野生动物;野兽

run wild 失去控制;变得荒芜

wild goose n. 野鹅,雁

wild rice 菰米;野生稻米

wild boar [动]野猪

wild rose n. 野玫瑰;[植]野蔷薇

wild life 野生鸟兽

wild west 西大荒;蛮荒的美国西部

wild dog 野狗;大洋洲野犬

go wild 狂怒,狂热;发狂

wild duck n. 野鸭

wild card (纸牌中的)万能牌

wild geese 大雁;野鹅;野雁

wild beast n. 野兽

wild horse 野马

wild and woolly 粗野的;未开化的

wild cherry 野黑樱桃

wild type n. 野生型,原株

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词根: wild

adj.

wilding 野生的;未驯服的

adv.

wildly 野生地;野蛮地;狂暴地;鲁莽地

n.

wilder 撒野者

wildness 野蛮;原始;荒凉

wilding 野生植物;野生苹果

vi.

wilder 迷失;迷惑

vt.

wilder 使迷惑;使迷途

wilding (美)打劫,闹事

  stormy, wild, fierce, turbulent, violent

这组词都有“剧烈的,凶猛的,狂暴的”的意思,其区别是:

stormy 指风雨大作,也指人很激动的感情。

wild 普通用词,既可指自然界的荒芜,未被驯化状态,又指人的无法无天,不文明的野蛮行为。

fierce 普通用词,指人或兽的凶猛残酷。

turbulent 正式用词,多用描写风和水,也可指心神不定或控制不住的感情波动。

violent 普通用词,指人时侧重极为不安,异常激,暗含有达或暴力行为;也指破坏性的或不可控制的自然力量。

以上来源于网络

双语例句原声例句权威例句

  • He draw me aside to escape the wild car.

    拉到一边躲开疯狂车辆

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  • If the girl you like is wild, then act just like her.

    如果喜欢野蛮女孩子那么行为就要

    blog.sina.com.cn

  • There are all kinds of wild animals living together with us .

    各种各样野生动物我们生活在一起

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  • The Forest Service is protecting the area from too much human activity so it will return to its natural wild condition.

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  • According to the Second Brother, it's virtually impossible for a single, helpless maiden to pass uninjured in this wild, surrounding waste.

    弟弟认为,一个孤独无助的女孩想要,毫发无伤的穿过这野外的荒原是根本不可能的。

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  • and also there's a lot of nice trees and wild life. It's great.

    那里也有许多漂亮的树和野生动植物,真的很不错。

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  • There are at most 60 wild tigers left in the country, about 20 of them Siberians.

    FORBES: Tigercide

词组短语

in the wild 在野外,野生的;在自然环境下

wild flower 野花

wild animal n. 野生动物;野兽

run wild 失去控制;变得荒芜

wild goose n. 野鹅,雁

wild rice 菰米;野生稻米

wild boar [动]野猪

wild rose n. 野玫瑰;[植]野蔷薇

wild life 野生鸟兽

wild west 西大荒;蛮荒的美国西部

wild dog 野狗;大洋洲野犬

go wild 狂怒,狂热;发狂

wild duck n. 野鸭

wild card (纸牌中的)万能牌

wild geese 大雁;野鹅;野雁

wild beast n. 野兽

wild horse 野马

wild and woolly 粗野的;未开化的

wild cherry 野黑樱桃

wild type n. 野生型,原株

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