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allegory
[ˈæləɡəri] [ˈæləɡɔːri]

  • n. 寓言

[ 复数 allegories ]

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  寓言

寓言(Allegory):是隐喻的延续,..

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  讽喻

2) 类比与讽喻 讽喻Allegory)是一种隐喻更为委婉的比喻,其基本形式是以具体形象说明抽 象概念,通过具体形象或浅近事实,给人以启发,引导人们去认清事物的本...

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  比方

... allegiance 忠诚;结合;耦合;通信;键 allegory 寓言;比方 allelectronic 完全电子化的 ...

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短语

human allegory 人类寓言

creation allegory 创世寓言

beyond allegory 无以伦比

September Allegory 九月寓言

allegory abettors 比较符

alternating allegory 相间分别

landscape allegory 景观寓意

allegory blushiadmeasurers 比色计

Chinese Allegory 中国讽寓

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  • 寓言 - 引用次数:188

    The modern allegory notion was established.

    将形式作为研究客体。 (五)寓言与象征的相遇:现代寓言概念的正式确立。

    参考来源 - 寓言发展形态的嬗变研究
  • 寓言 - 引用次数:9

    参考来源 - 当代中国新纪录运动现象学批判
  • 寓意解经 - 引用次数:1

    参考来源 - 耶路撒冷与雅典之争
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allegory [ 'æliɡəri ]

  • n.
    • a short moral story (often with animal characters)

      同义词: fable parable apologue

    • a visible symbol representing an abstract idea

      同义词: emblem

    • an expressive style that uses fictional characters and events to describe some subject by suggestive resemblances; an extended metaphor

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

allegory /ˈælɪɡərɪ/ TEM8 ( allegories )

  • 1. 

    N-COUNT An allegory is a story, poem, or painting in which the characters and events are symbols of something else. Allegories are often moral, religious, or political. 寓言; 寓言通常具有道德性、宗教性或政治性 [oft N 'of' n]

    例:

    The book is a kind of allegory of Latin American history.

    这本书有点像是拉丁美洲历史的寓言。

  • 2. 

    N-UNCOUNT Allegory is the use of characters and events in a story, poem, or painting to represent other things. 讽寓

    例:

    The poem's comic allegory was transparent.

    这首诗歌的喜剧性讽寓很明显。

同近义词同根词

词根: allegory

adj.

allegorical 讽喻的;寓言的,寓意的

allegoric 寓言的;譬喻的

adv.

allegorically 寓言地;比喻地

vt.

allegorize 使寓言化;以比喻的方式解释

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  • Milton is alluding so unashamedly here to Spenser's Errour because, I think, on some level he wants to brand Spenserian allegory as an erroneous literary practice.

    弥尔顿是如此厚颜无耻地引用斯潘塞的“错误“因为,在某种程度上他想标榜斯潘塞的寓言,是文学上的一个错误尝试。

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  • Whenever Johnson is being arrogant and mean about Paradise Lost, invariably he's on to something, and here he's telling us that Milton's gone too far. He's taken his allegory too far.

    约翰逊任何时候都对《失乐园》报以傲慢且刻薄的态度,不可避免地,他是想表达着什么,在这里他想告诉我们,弥尔顿做得太过了,他在寓言上走得过远。

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  • Some of you who are maybe familiar with Plato's later dialogue The Republic may recognize at least what seems to me, what we have here, is a foreshadowing of the myth of the cave, or the allegory of the cave, which Plato describes there as well.

    你们中的那些,对柏拉图稍晚些的《理想国》对话录,熟悉的同学会知道,起码我认为,我们这里讲的是预示着洞穴的那个传说,或者洞穴的寓言,柏拉图在也描述过

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