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romantic

US [roʊˈmæntɪk]
UK [rəʊˈmæntɪk]
  • adj.浪漫的;爱情的;情爱的;多情的
  • n.浪漫的人;耽于幻想的人;浪漫主义作家(或音乐家、艺术家)
  • Web罗曼蒂克;传奇的;空想的
Plural Form:romantics  
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adj.
1.
浪漫的;爱情的;情爱的connected or concerned with love or a sexual relationship
a romantic candlelit dinner
浪漫的烛光晚餐
romantic stories/fiction/comedy
言情故事╱小说╱喜剧
I'm not interested in a romantic relationship.
我对谈情说爱不感兴趣。
2.
多情的;表达爱情的showing feelings of love
Why don't you ever give me flowers? I wish you'd be more romantic.
你为什么从来不给我送花?我真希望你能浪漫一点。
3.
浪漫的;富有情调的;美妙的beautiful in a way that makes you think of love or feel strong emotions
romantic music
富有情调的音乐
romantic mountain scenery
美妙的山区风光
4.
富于幻想而不切实际的having an attitude to life where imagination and the emotions are especially important; not looking at situations in a realistic way
a romantic view of life
对于生活的不切实际的想法
When I was younger, I had romantic ideas of becoming a writer.
我年轻一些的时候幻想过要成为一名作家。
5.
[ubn]
浪漫主义的,浪漫主义风格的(尤用以描述 19 世纪的文学、音乐或艺术,以情感强烈、想象和回归自然为特征)used to describe literature, music or art, especially of the 19th century, that is concerned with strong feelings, imagination and a return to nature, rather than reason, order and intellectual ideas
the Romantic movement
浪漫主义运动
Keats is one of the greatest Romantic poets.
济慈是最伟大的浪漫主义诗人之一。
n.
1.
浪漫的人;耽于幻想的人a person who is emotional and has a lot of imagination, and who has ideas and hopes that may not be realistic
an incurable romantic
摆脱不了不切实际的幻想的人
He was a romantic at heart and longed for adventure.
他骨子里是一位浪漫的人,渴望历险。
2.
浪漫主义作家(或音乐家、艺术家)a writer, a musician or an artist who writes, etc. in the style of Romanticism

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