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• dark ages
黑暗时代(欧洲中世纪的早期)。
• dark and bloody ground
美国肯塔基州的别称(因美国白人统治者曾在这里对印第安人进行无数次的屠杀)。
• dark beer
黑啤酒。
• dark blue
深蓝,暗蓝。
• dark box
[摄]暗箱。
• dark brown
茶褐色。咖啡色。
• dark brown knot
黑褐木节。
• dark burn
(荧光物质)疲劳,烧暗(荧光屏效率降低)。
• dark burn fatigue
[物]发光衰退。
• dark business
诡秘勾当,暧昧勾当。
• dark cathode
掺镍粉阴极,暗色阴极。
• dark clip
暗电平削波。
• dark conduction
[电子]无照电导率。
• dark conductivity
暗电导率。
• dark coniferous forest
(阴)暗针叶林。
• dark continent
非洲。
• dark crystal
红糖,原糖。
• dark current
暗电流,无照电流(光电倍加管中)。
• dark current carrier
无照载流子。
• dark current clipper
暗电流切割器。
• dark cutter
深色牛肉切块。
• dark days
苦难的岁月,黑暗的日子。
• dark discharge
无光放电。
• dark eye
黑眼睛。
• dark face
灰色荧光屏。
• dark felling
浓荫采伐,下种伐。
• dark field illuminator
暗场照灯KГ。
• dark field image
暗场象。
• dark formulation
深色胶配方。
• dark glasses
墨镜,深色眼镜。


dark

dark的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [dɑ:k]
KK音标发音: [dɑk]

dark的词性:
adj.(形容词)

darkerdarkest缩写 dk

1. Lacking or having very little light:
黑暗的:缺乏或只有少量光线的:

用法与例句:

a dark corner.
黑暗的角落

2. Lacking brightness:
缺乏光亮的:

用法与例句:

a dark day.
阴天

3. Reflecting only a small fraction of incident light.
光线微弱的:反射入射光的仅一小部分的

4. Of a shade tending toward black in comparison with other shades. Used of a color.
有阴影的,暗色调的:和其他阴影相比较,属于趋向于黑色的阴影的,用于颜色

5. Having a complexion that is not fair; swarthy.
黑皮肤的:具有非白晰的脸色的;黑黝黝的

6. Characterized by gloom; dismal:
以幽暗为特点的;忧郁的:

用法与例句:

took a dark view of the consequences.
对结果持悲观看法

7. Sullen or threatening:
阴郁的或威胁的:

用法与例句:

a dark scowl.
脸色阴郁

8. Difficult to understand; obscure:
难以理解的;模糊的:

用法与例句:

stories that are large in scope and dark in substance.
故事范围庞大,但内容难以理解

9. Concealed or secret; mysterious:
隐藏的或秘密的,神秘的:

用法与例句:

“the dark mysteries of Africa and the fabled wonders of the East”(W Bruce Lincoln)
“非洲黑色的神秘和东方的神话般的奇迹”(W布鲁斯·林肯)

10. Lacking enlightenment, knowledge, or culture:
没知识的 :缺乏教育、知识或文化的:

用法与例句:

a dark age in the history of education.
教育史上的黑暗时代

11. Exhibiting or stemming from evil characteristics or forces; sinister:
凶恶的,阴险的:展示或来自邪恶的人物或力量的阻碍;邪恶的:

用法与例句:

“churned up dark undercurrents of ethnic and religious hostility”(Peter Maas)
“搅起种族和宗教仇视的邪恶潜流”(彼得·马斯)

12. Having richness or depth:
富有的,深沉的:

用法与例句:

a dark, melancholy vocal tone.
低沉忧郁的声调

13. Not giving performances; closed:
不演出的;关闭的:

用法与例句:

The movie theater is dark on Mondays.
电影院每逢星期一公休

dark的词性:
n.(名词)

14. Absence of light.
黑暗:缺乏光线

15. A place having little or no light.
黑暗之处:光线很弱或没有光线的地方

16. Night; nightfall:
夜晚、黄昏:

用法与例句:

home before dark.
天黑以前回家

17. A deep hue or color.
深色调:深的色调或颜色

dark的习惯用语

18. In secret:
秘密地:

用法与例句:

high-level decisions made in the dark.
高层决定是秘密地制定的

19. In a state of ignorance; uninformed:
一无所知地;未通知地:

用法与例句:

kept me in the dark about their plans.
我对他们的计划一无所知

dark的词源:

20. Middle English derk
中古英语 derk

21. from Old English deorc
源自 古英语 deorc

dark的词性:
adj.(形容词)

dark的词性:
adv.(副词)

dark的词性:
n.(名词)

【近义词】

darkdimmurkyduskyobscureopaqueshadyshadowy

22. These adjectives indicate the absence of light or clarity.
这些形容词表示缺乏光线或清晰度。

23. Dark, the most widely applicable, can refer to insufficiency of illumination for seeing:
Dark 应用的最广泛,指能被没有足够的光源看见:

用法与例句:

“Under the earth, in the flat, dark air, the wet, gloomy rock gave quarter grudgingly” (Jimmy Breslin). The word can also denote deepness of shade or color (
“在地下,在死气沉沉的、阴暗的空气里,潮湿阴郁的石头不情愿地分开 (吉米·布雷斯林)。这个单词也能表示阴影或颜色的深度(

用法与例句:

dark brown), absence of cheer (
深褐色), 不高兴(

用法与例句:

a dark, somber mood), or lack of rectitude:
不高兴、忧郁的情绪) 或缺乏正直:

用法与例句:

“It [gold] serves what life requires,/But dreadful too, the dark Assassin hires” (Alexander Pope).
“它 为生活的需要服务,但是也是可怕的,成为邪恶的暗杀团体成员的雇金” (亚历山大教皇)。

24. Dim suggests lack of clarity of outline, as of physical entities or mental processes such as recollection:
Dim 暗示使轮廓清晰的缺乏,如物理实体或脑力过程的,如回忆:

用法与例句:

“life and the memory of it cramped,/dim, on a piece of Bristol board” (Elizabeth Bishop); it can also apply to a source of light to indicate insufficiency:
“生活及其回忆在一块上等板纸上束缚着、模糊着” (伊丽莎白大主教);它也能用于被表示不足光线的来源:

用法与例句:

“storied Windows richly dight,/Casting a dim religious light” (John Milton).
“以历史故事装饰富丽堂皇的窗户,投射了一丝模糊的宗教光线” (约翰·米尔顿)。

25. Murky implies darkness, often extreme, such as that produced by smoke or fog:
Murky 意指黑暗,往往是极端的,如由烟或雾致成的:

用法与例句:

“an atmosphere murky with sand” (Willa Cather).
由沙子导致的黑暗气氛 (威拉·凯瑟)。

用法与例句:

“The path was altogether indiscernible in the murky darkness which surrounded them” (Sir Walter Scott). Figuratively it can imply dark vagueness:
“这条小径被围绕在漆黑中难以辨别” (沃尔特·斯科特爵士)。它能象征性地暗示不明确、朦胧模糊:

用法与例句:

“the narrow crevice of one good deed in a murky life of guilt” (Charles Dickens).
“在罪恶糊涂的一生中,仅有的一件好事” (查尔斯·狄更斯)。

26. Dusky applies principally to the dimness that is characteristic of diminishing light, as at twilight:
Dusky 主要指以逐渐减弱的光线为特点的暗淡,如黎明时:

用法与例句:

“The dusky night rides down the sky,/And ushers in the morn” (Henry Fielding); it often refers to deepness of shade of a color:
“黑夜驱走了天空/带来了早晨” (亨利·菲尔丁);它常指阴影或颜色的深度:

用法与例句:

“A dusky blush rose to her cheek” (Edith Wharton).
“红晕的羞愧涌上她的面颊” (伊迪斯·华顿)。

27. Obscure usually means unclear to the mind or senses (
Obscure 通常意思是思乡或感觉不清晰 (

用法与例句:

an obscure communiqué requiring clarification), but it can refer to physical darkness (
需要说明的思路不清的公报), 但是它也能指物理上的黑暗(

用法与例句:

the obscure rooms of a shuttered mansion).
装上百叶窗的大厦的黑暗房间)。

28. Opaque means not admitting penetration by light (
Opaque 指不能被光线穿透的(

用法与例句:

opaque rock crystals); figuratively it applies to something that is unintelligible:
不透明的岩石晶体); 它能用于比喻难以理解的事情:

用法与例句:

“Nixon confined himself to opaque philosophical statements that indicated he was not ready for a discussion of basic assumptions” (Henry A. Kissinger).
“尼克松把自己沉浸在晦涩的哲学论述中,这意味着他不准备讨论基础假说” (亨利·A·基辛格)。

29. Shady refers literally to what is sheltered from light, especially sunlight (
Shady 字面上指避光的,尤其是太阳光(

用法与例句:

a shady grove of catalpas) or figuratively to what is of questionable honesty (
梓属植物的避光树丛) 或比喻意义上指有可疑的诚实(

用法与例句:

shady business deals).
可疑的商业交易)。

30. Shadowy also implies obstructed light (
Shadowy 也指被挡住的光线 (

用法与例句:

a shadowy avenue through thick foliage) but may suggest shifting illumination and indistinctness:
茂密的叶子遮住了林荫道), 但也可暗示转换照明和模糊:

用法与例句:

“[He] retreated from the limelight to the shadowy fringe of music history” (Charles Sherman). The word can refer to something that seems to lack substance and is mysterious and possibly sinister:
从受人注意的中心回到音乐史的虚幻边缘” (查尔斯·谢尔曼)。这个词可用来指看起来好象缺乏实质和神秘的或可能邪恶的事情:

用法与例句:

a shadowy figure in a black Homburg traversing the fogbound park.
头戴黑色翘边帽的神秘人在因浓雾而进退不能的公园来回徘徊