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mellow

US [ˈmeloʊ]
UK [ˈmeləʊ]
  • adj.柔和丰富的;醇香的;甘美的;老练的
  • v.老成;(使颜色)柔和;(使酒)更加醇香
  • Web芳醇;成熟的;圆熟
Comparative Degree:mellower  Superlative:mellowest  Simple Present:mellows  Present Participle:mellowing  Past Tense:mellowed  
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adj.
1.
柔和丰富的soft, rich and pleasant
mellow autumn colours
宜人的秋色
Mellow music and lighting helped to create the right atmosphere.
柔和的音乐和灯光衬托出了适宜的氛围。
2.
醇香的;甘美的smooth and pleasant
a mellow, fruity wine
醇正浓香的葡萄酒
3.
老练的;成熟的calm, gentle and reasonable because of age or experience
Dad's certainly grown mellower with age.
随着年龄的增长,父亲当然是更老练了。
4.
(informal)
欢快的,安详轻松的(尤指酒后)relaxed, calm and happy, especially after drinking alcohol
After two glasses of wine, I was feeling mellow.
两杯葡萄酒下肚,我就飘飘然了。
v.
1.
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(使)成熟,老成to become or make sb become less extreme in behaviour, etc., especially as a result of growing older
She had mellowed a great deal since their days at college.
大学毕业以后,她成熟了许多。
A period spent working abroad had done nothing to mellow him.
他在海外工作了一段时间,却没有变得老练。
2.
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~ (sth)
(使颜色)柔和to become, or make a colour become less bright, especially over a period of time
3.
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~ (sth)
(使酒)更加醇香to develop or make wine develop a pleasant and less bitter taste over a period of time

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