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absolute

US [ˌæbsəˈlut]
UK [ˈæbsəluːt]
  • adj.完全的;全部的;绝对的;(口语中尤用以强调)道地的
  • n.绝对(指思想或原理)
  • Web绝对定位;无条件的;纯粹的
Plural Form:absolutes  
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adj.
1.
完全的;全部的;绝对的total and complete
a class for absolute beginners
零起点班
absolute confidence/trust/silence/truth
充满信心;绝对信任;万籁俱寂;绝对真实
‘You're wrong,’ she said with absolute certainty.
“你错了。”她斩钉截铁地说。
2.
[obn]
(口语中尤用以强调)道地的,确实的,十足的used, especially in spoken English, to give emphasis to what you are saying
There's absolute rubbish on television tonight.
今晚的电视节目简直糟糕透顶。
He must earn an absolute fortune.
他准是赚了一大笔钱。
3.
肯定的;无疑的;明确的definite and without any doubt or confusion
There was no absolute proof.
没有确凿的证据。
He taught us that the laws of physics were absolute.
他教导我们说,物理定律是确实存在的。
The divorce became absolute last week.
离婚在上周已成定局。
4.
不受限制的;不受约束的not limited or restricted
absolute power/authority
无上权力;绝对权威
an absolute ruler/monarchy(= one with no limit to their power)
独裁统治者;专制君主
5.
独立的;绝对的existing or measured independently and not in relation to sth else
Although prices are falling in absolute terms , energy is still expensive.
尽管能源的绝对售价在下降,但仍然昂贵。
Beauty cannot be measured by any absolute standard.
美是不可能用任何绝对标准来衡量的。
n.
1.
绝对(指思想或原理)an idea or a principle that is believed to be true or valid in any circumstances
Right and wrong are, for her, moral absolutes.
她认为,是与非是道德上的绝对准则。

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