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faint

美 [feɪnt]
英 [feɪnt]
  • n.昏厥
  • v.昏厥
  • adj.昏眩;(光、声、味)微弱的;微小的;可能性不大的
  • 网络昏倒;晕倒;模糊的
比较级:fainter  最高级:faintest  第三人称单数:faints  现在分词:fainting  过去式:fainted  
faint
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adj.
1.
(光、声、味)微弱的,不清楚的that cannot be clearly seen, heard or smelt
a faint glow/glimmer/light
微弱的光亮╱闪光╱光
a faint smell of perfume
淡淡的香水味
We could hear their voices growing fainter as they walked down the road.
他们沿路走远时我们听见他们的说话声逐渐模糊。
His breathing became faint.
他的呼吸变得微弱了。
2.
微小的;可能性不大的very small; possible but unlikely
There is still a faint hope that she may be cured.
她的病还有一点点希望可以治愈。
They don't have the faintest chance of winning.
他们毫无获胜的可能。
3.
不热情的;不积极的not enthusiastic
a faint show of resistance
软弱无力装模作样的抵抗
a faint smile
淡淡一笑
4.
[nbn]
昏眩;快要昏厥feeling weak and tired and likely to become unconscious
She suddenly felt faint.
她突然感到快要昏倒。
The walkers were faint from hunger.
那些走路的人饿得头昏眼花。
IDM
I didn't have the faintest idea what you meant.
我一点也不明白你的意思。
not have the faintest (idea)
(informal)
完全不知道to not know anything at all about sth
I didn't have the faintest idea what you meant.
我一点也不明白你的意思。
v.
1.
[i]
昏厥to become unconscious when not enough blood is going to your brain, usually because of the heat, a shock, etc.
to faint from hunger
饿昏过去
Suddenly the woman in front of me fainted.
我面前的女人突然昏倒了。
I almost fainted(= I was very surprised) when she told me.
她告诉我时我吃惊得差点儿昏过去。
n.
1.
[sing]
昏厥the state of becoming unconscious
He fell to the ground in a dead faint.
他跌倒在地,昏死过去。

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