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grand

US [ɡrænd]
UK [ɡrænd]
  • adj.壮丽的;堂皇的;重大的;(用于大建筑物等的名称)大;宏大的;雄伟的;首要的;伟大的
  • n.1 000 元;1 000 英镑;大钢琴;〈美俚〉一千元(钞票)
  • Web盛大的;最气派
Comparative Degree:grander  Superlative:grandest  
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adj.
— see also
grandeur
1.
壮丽的;堂皇的;重大的impressive and large or important
It's not a very grand house.
这房子并不是十分富丽堂皇。
The wedding was a very grand occasion.
婚礼场面非常隆重。
2.
[obn]
(用于大建筑物等的名称)大used in the names of impressive or very large buildings, etc.
the Grand Canyon
大峡谷
We stayed at the Grand Hotel.
我们住在格兰酒店。
3.
宏大的;宏伟的;有气派的needing a lot of effort, money or time to succeed but intended to achieve impressive results
a grand design/plan/strategy
宏伟的蓝图;宏大的计划;重大的战略
New Yorkers built their city on a grand scale .
纽约人大规模地建造自己的城市。
4.
傲慢的;高高在上的behaving in a proud way because they are rich or from a high social class
5.
(informal)
极好的;快乐的;美妙的;出色的very good or enjoyable; excellent
I had a grand day out at the seaside.
我在海边痛痛快快玩了一天。
Thanks. That'll be grand!
谢谢。那太棒了!
Fred did a grand job of painting the house.
弗雷德粉刷房子干得很出色。
6.
(对上层社会的人的称呼)大used in the titles of people of very high social rank
the Grand Duchess Elena
大公夫人埃琳娜
IDM
She finally learned to drive at the grand old age of 70.
她终于在 70 岁高龄学会了开车。
a/the grand old age (of…)
高龄a great age
She finally learned to drive at the grand old age of 70.
她终于在 70 岁高龄学会了开车。
James Lovelock, the grand old man of environmental science
詹姆斯 ) 洛夫洛克,环境科学的元老
a/the grand old man (of sth)
元老;资深前辈;老前辈a man who is respected in a particular profession that he has been involved in for a long time
James Lovelock, the grand old man of environmental science
詹姆斯 ) 洛夫洛克,环境科学的元老
n.
1.
(informal)
1 000 元; 1 000 英镑$1 000; £1 000
It'll cost you five grand!
这要花去你 5 000 块钱!

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