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jester
[ˈdʒestə(r)] [ˈdʒestər]

  • n. (中世纪宫廷或贵族家中的)小丑;爱开玩笑的人
  • n. (Jester)人名;(英)杰斯特

[ 复数 jesters ]

网络释义英英释义

  弄臣

弄臣Jester) :有些狗头人舍弃自己的自尊,靠着卑躬屈膝、侍奉并取悦强大的主子求生存。

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  小丑

很多人认为, 小丑 ( Jester )是欧洲特有的现象,我们经常能在绘画、戏剧中看到他们,身穿花衬衫,戴尖顶的帽子,身上缀着铃铛,喜欢开开玩笑,说说俏皮话。

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  暗杀

... Blade-刀锋 Jester-暗杀 Ringmaster-守护 ...

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  讲笑话的人

... clown小丑, 粗鲁愚蠢的人 jester讲笑话的人, 小丑 merry-andrew小丑, 丑角, 江湖骗子的助手 ...

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短语

Daniel Jester 杰斯特

Ernest Jester 尹特尔

Jester hat 小丑帽

Jester- 暗杀

Jester Series 小丑系列

Hugh Jester 标签

Michelee Jester 标签

Herschel Jester 标签

Jester Recordings 出版者

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jester [ 'dʒestə ]

  • n. a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages

    同义词: fool motley fool

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

jester /ˈdʒɛstə/ ( jesters )

  • 1. 

    N-COUNT In the courts of kings and queens in medieval Europe, the jester was the person whose job was to do silly things in order to make people laugh. 弄臣

同近义词同根词

  • n. (中世纪宫廷或贵族家中的)小丑;爱开玩笑的人
  • clow , merry-andrew

词根: jest

adj.

jesting 爱开玩笑的;打趣的;滑稽的

adv.

jestingly 滑稽地;闹着玩地

n.

jest 笑话,俏皮话;玩笑

jesting 开玩笑;笑话;滑稽

v.

jesting 开玩笑(jest的ing形式)

vi.

jest 开玩笑;嘲笑

vt.

jest 嘲笑

双语例句原声例句权威例句

  • After I added a test for (and fixed) this bug, Jester then reported that only eight out of 11 mutations went undetected, as shown in Listing 2.

    这个bug添加测试(修复)之后,Jester报告11个修改只有8个没有检测到,清单2

    www.ibm.com

  • From there harlot’s meaning moved through “jesterandmanservant” before it became feminized where its meaning stuck unto my grandmother’s day.

    意思又变为“小丑男仆”,直到最终被女性意思停留在了祖母那个年代

    article.yeeyan.org

  • But he occasionally looks like Mr Jobs's court jester in this role, and the mere fact that Mr Jobs grants him such exposure may indicate that he is not the chosen one.

    但是有时看来好像乔布斯小丑也许乔布斯这么做是暗示不是选中的未来的老板。

    www.ecocn.org

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  • The jester said, "If these wise men do not know how to hide the moon, then the moon cannot be hidden."

    VOA: special.2009.03.28

  • The jester spoke to him, "Who knew what the moon was made of and how far away it was.

    VOA: special.2009.03.28

  • The jester answered, "Of course! And when a deer loses its horns, new horns grow." She said, "That's right.

    VOA: special.2009.03.28

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