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humor

US [ˈhjumər]
UK [ˈhjuːmə(r)]
  • n.幽默;心情;脾气;性格
  • v.迎合;迁就
  • Web诙谐;幽默感;滑稽
Simple Present:humors  Present Participle:humoring  Past Tense:humored  
humour
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n.
1.
[u]
幽默;幽默感the quality in sth that makes it funny or amusing; the ability to laugh at things that are amusing
a story full of gentle humour
充满轻松幽默的故事
She ignored his feeble attempt at humour.
她没理他想表现却又差劲的幽默。
They failed to see the humour of the situation.
他们没有看出这情景的滑稽之处。
I can't stand people with no sense of humour .
我无法忍受毫无幽默感的人。
She smiled with a rare flash of humour.
她以少有的一丝诙谐微笑了。
She has her very own brand of humour.
她的幽默很独特。
The film is only funny if you appreciate French humour(= things that cause French people to laugh) .
只有能理解法国式的幽默才会领略这部电影的趣味。
2.
[c][u]
感觉;心情;精神状态the state of your feelings or mind at a particular time
to be in the best of humours
情绪极好
The meeting dissolved in ill humour .
会议不欢而散。
to be out of humour(= in a bad mood)
心情不好
3.
[c]
体液(旧时认为存在人体内,有四种,可影响健康和性格)one of the four liquids that were thought in the past to be in a person's body and to influence health and character
v.
1.
~ sb
迁就;顺应to agree with sb's wishes, even if they seem unreasonable, in order to keep the person happy
She thought it best to humour him rather than get into an argument.
她想最好是顺他的意,而不是和他争吵。

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