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twilight

US [ˈtwaɪˌlaɪt]
UK ['twaɪlaɪt]
  • n.黄昏;微光;衰退期
  • adj.奇妙神秘的;虚幻的;模糊的
  • Web暮光之城;暮色;黎明
Twilight
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n.
1.
暮色;薄暮;黄昏the faint light or the period of time at the end of the day after the sun has gone down
It was hard to see him clearly in the twilight .
在朦胧的暮色中很难看清他。
We went for a walk along the beach at twilight .
黄昏时分我们沿着海滩散步。
2.
the ~ (of sth)
没落时期;衰退期;晚期the final stage of sth when it becomes weaker or less important than it was
the twilight years(= the last years of your life)
暮年
adj.
1.
奇妙神秘的;虚幻的used to describe a state in which things are strange and mysterious, or where things are kept secret and do not seem to be part of the real world
the twilight world of the occult
魔法的虚幻世界
They lived in the twilight zone on the fringes of society.
他们生活在社会边缘光怪陆离之处。
2.
(局面或思想领域)朦胧的,模糊的,界限不清的used to describe a situation or area of thought that is not clearly defined

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