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lovely

US [ˈlʌvli]
UK ['lʌvli]
  • n.美女;美人;佳人
  • adj.美丽的;优美的;有吸引力的;迷人的
  • Web可爱的;美好的;有趣的
Comparative Degree:lovelier  Superlative:loveliest  Plural Form:lovelies  
lovely
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adj.
1.
美丽的;优美的;有吸引力的;迷人的beautiful; attractive
lovely countryside/eyes/flowers
美丽的乡村╱眼睛╱花朵
She looked particularly lovely that night.
她那天晚上特别妩媚动人。
He has a lovely voice.
他说话的声音很好听。
2.
(informal)
令人愉快的;极好的very enjoyable and pleasant; wonderful
‘Can I get you anything?’ ‘A cup of tea would be lovely.’
“要我给你来点什么吗?”“一杯茶就很好了。”
What a lovely surprise!
真让人感到惊喜!
How lovely to see you!
见到你多么让人高兴!
Isn't it a lovely day?
天气真好呀!
We've had a lovely time.
我们玩得很痛快。
It's a lovely old farm.
那是个宜人的老农场。
It's been lovely having you here.
有你在这儿真是太好了。
You've got yourself into a lovely mess, haven't you?
你惹的这麻烦可真够瞧的,是吧?
3.
(informal)
亲切友好的;慷慨大方的;可爱的very kind, generous and friendly
Her mother was a lovely woman.
她母亲是个心地善良的女人。
IDM
It's lovely and warm in here.
这里温暖宜人。
lovely and warm, cold, quiet, etc.
(informal)
(用以强调某事物因具有所说的特质而很好)used when you are emphasizing that sth is good because of the quality mentioned
It's lovely and warm in here.
这里温暖宜人。
n.
1.
美女;美人;佳人a beautiful woman

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