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critical

US [ˈkrɪtɪk(ə)l]
UK ['krɪtɪk(ə)l]
  • adj.批评的;批判性的;挑剔的;极重要的
  • Web临界的;危急的;关键的
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adj.
表示不赞成expressing disapproval
1.
批评的;批判性的;挑剔的expressing disapproval of sb/sth and saying what you think is bad about them
a critical comment/report
批判性的评论╱报道
The supervisor is always very critical.
主管总是很挑剔。
Tom's parents were highly critical of the school.
汤姆的父母对学校提出了强烈的批评。
重要important
2.
极重要的;关键的;至关紧要的extremely important because a future situation will be affected by it
a critical factor in the election campaign
竞选活动的关键因素
Reducing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is of critical importance .
减少大气层中的二氧化碳含量极其重要。
Your decision is critical to our future.
你的决定对我们的将来至关重要。
严重;危险serious/dangerous
3.
严重的;不稳定的;可能有危险的serious, uncertain and possibly dangerous
The first 24 hours after the operation are the most critical.
病人手术后头 24 小时是最危险的。
a critical moment in our country's history
我国历史上的一个危急关头
One of the victims of the fire remains in a critical condition .
大火的一位受害者依然病情危急。
审慎判断making careful judgements
4.
有判断力的;判断公正(或审慎)的involving making fair, careful judgements about the good and bad qualities of sb/sth
Students are encouraged to develop critical thinking instead of accepting opinions without questioning them.
鼓励学生培养判断力,而非不加质疑地接受观点。
艺术、音乐、书等of art/music/books, etc.
5.
[obn]
根据(艺术、音乐、文学等)评论家的评论according to the judgement of critics of art, music, literature, etc.
the film director's greatest critical success
那位电影导演从评论界获得的最大成功
In her day she never received the critical acclaim(= praise from the critics ) she deserved.
她在世时从未得到过评论家应当给她的赞扬。

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