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wise

US [waɪz]
UK [waɪz]
  • adj.充满智慧的;明智的;英明的;明察善断的
  • v.(使)懂得;指点;引导;劝导
  • n.方法;程度;怀斯
  • Web聪明的;有智慧的;广域红外探测器
Comparative Degree:wiser  Superlative:wisest  
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adj.
1.
充满智慧的;明智的;英明的;明察善断的able to make sensible decisions and give good advice because of the experience and knowledge that you have
a wise old man
智叟
I'm older and wiser after ten years in the business.
在商界混了十年之后,我变得老成聪明了。
2.
明智的;高明的;有判断力的sensible; based on good judgement
a wise decision
明智的决定
It was very wise to leave when you did.
你那时离开非常明智。
The wisest course of action is just to say nothing.
最明智的做法就是缄默不言。
I was grateful for her wise counsel.
我感激她为我指点迷津。
IDM
I've read the instructions, but I'm still none the wiser.
我看了用法说明,但仍然弄不明白。
If you put the money back, no one will be any the wiser.
只要你把钱放回去,谁都不会察觉。
be none the wiser|not be any the wiser
(解释之后)依然不懂,仍不明白to not understand sth, even after it has been explained to you
I've read the instructions, but I'm still none the wiser.
我看了用法说明,但仍然弄不明白。
不知道,发现不了(某人做的坏事)to not know or find out about sth bad that sb has done
If you put the money back, no one will be any the wiser.
只要你把钱放回去,谁都不会察觉。
be wise after the event
事后聪明;马后炮to understand sth, or realize what you should have done, only after sth has happened
He thought he could fool me but I got wise to him.
他以为能耍得了我,其实我清楚他是怎么一号人。
be/get wise to sb/sth
(informal)
明白,察觉(某人的不轨行为)to become aware that sb is being dishonest
He thought he could fool me but I got wise to him.
他以为能耍得了我,其实我清楚他是怎么一号人。
put sb wise (to sth)
(informal)
告诉…(内情);使…知道to inform sb about sth
v.

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