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famously
[ˈfeɪməsli] [ˈfeɪməsli]

  • adv. 著名地;极好地

网络释义英英释义

  着名地

着名地 的英文 ... 有名地 illustriously; notably; notoriously 著名地 famously; notably 美国着名侦探 pinkerton ...

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  极好地

极好地(famously), 此释义来源于网络辞典。

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  非常令人满意

... famous a著名的;出名的;极好的;非常令人满意famously adv极好地;非常令人满意 fatal a命运的,决定命运的;命中注定的;宿命的;致命的;毁灭性的;不幸的 ...

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  有名地

... famous 著名的 famously 有名地 famulus 助手 ...

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短语

along famously 相惜

Mcdull Famously 麦兜响当当

As Keynes Famously Observed 正如凯恩斯名言

Get along famously 莫逆之交

Mr Nixon famously said 尼克松有一段着名的话

Getting Along Famously 和睦相处

Stars along famously 星星相惜

As Ferguson Famously Said 正如弗格森名言言

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famously [ 'feiməsli ]

  • adv.
    • in a manner or to an extent that is well known

      "in his famously anecdotal style"

    • in a splendid manner

      "we got along famously"

      同义词: magnificently splendidly

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

famously /ˈfeɪməslɪ/

  • 1. 

    ADV You use famously to refer to a fact that is well known, usually because it is remarkable or extreme. 出了名地

    例:

    Authors are famously ignorant about the realities of publishing.

    作者们对出版业的实际情况出了名地无知。

同近义词同根词

词根: famous

adj.

famous 著名的;极好的,非常令人满意的

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  • Authors are famously ignorant about the realities of publishing.

    作者出版业实际情况出了名地无知

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  • Some newspapers, most famously the New York Times, refuse to print the word Ms.

    有些报纸其中最著名的是《纽约时报》,拒不刊用Ms这个

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  • Julius Caesar was murdered by a group of conspirators famously headed by Marcus Junius Brutus.

    尤利乌斯·凯撒以人所共知马库斯·朱尼厄斯·布鲁特斯为首脑一伙谋反谋杀了

    《柯林斯英汉双解大词典》

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  • He famously said: "The distinctions between Virginians, Pennsylvanians,New Yorkers and New Englanders are no more.

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  • Pax Romana This led to what we famously call the Pax Romana, "the Roman Peace," because you had the end of long, hundreds of years of civil wars and other wars, at least within Rome itself.

    这导致了著名的,即“罗马和平“,因为长达几百年的,内战及大小战争终于结束了,至少在罗马本土结束了。

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  • Okay. Famously, Dr. Johnson couldn't bear this poem, Lycidas - Dr. Johnson, the greatest of all literary critics of the eighteenth century.

    好的,众所周知,约翰逊博士受不了《利西达斯》这首诗,-约翰逊博士,18世纪最伟大的文学评论家。

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  • That was when McGeorge Bundy of the Ford Foundation famously decreed that endowments should invest for total return.

    FORBES: Goose Eggs

  • The famously private and self-deprecating billionaire will need lots of luck to make all of it pay off.

    FORBES: "We're On A Collision Course"

  • In this telling, the famously incorruptible Polio ended up granting the ultimate political favor.

    NEWYORKER: A Loaded Gun

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