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something

美 [ˈsʌmθɪŋ]
英 ['sʌmθɪŋ]
  • pron.某物;某事;想来重要(或值得注意)的事物;左右
  • adv.非常
  • n.〈婉辞〉同“damn. What the something are you doing here”
  • 网络东西;某事物;什么
something
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pron.
1.
某事;某物a thing that is not known or mentioned by name
We stopped for something to eat.
我们停下来吃点儿东西。
Give me something to do .
给我点活儿干吧。
There's something wrong with the TV.
电视出毛病了。
There's something about this place that frightens me.
这个地方有点儿让我害怕。
Don't just stand there. Do something !
别在那儿干站着,做点儿什么吧!
His name is Alan something(= I don't know his other name) .
他的名字叫艾伦什么的。
She's a professor of something or other(= I'm not sure what) at Leeds.
她是利兹大学某个学科的教授。
He's something in(= has a job connected with) television.
他是搞电视的。
The car hit a tree or something .
汽车撞上了树或别的什么东西。
I could just eat a little something .
我只能吃一点点东西。
2.
(informal)
想来重要(或值得注意)的事物a thing that is thought to be important or worth taking notice of
There's something in(= some truth or some fact or opinion worth considering in) what he says.
他的话不无道理。
It's quite something(= a thing that you should feel happy about) to have a job at all these days.
如今能有份工作就该知足了。
‘We should finish by tomorrow.’ ‘ That's something(= a good thing) , anyway.’
“我们明天应该就能结束了。”“那也好哇。”
3.
(informal)
(表示不确切的描述或数量)大致,左右used to show that a description or an amount, etc. is not exact
She called at something after ten o'clock.
她十点多钟来过电话。
a new comedy aimed at thirty-somethings(= people between thirty and forty years old)
一部以三十几岁的人为主要观众的新喜剧
It tastes something like melon.
这吃起来有点儿像甜瓜。
They pay six pounds an hour. Something like that .
他们按每小时六英镑付费,大致如此。
She found herself something of a(= to some degree a) celebrity.
她发现自己差不多成名人了。
The programme's something to do with(= in some way about) the environment.
这是一个环境类节目。
He gave her a wry look, something between amusement and regret.
他用颇耐玩味的目光看她一眼,说不清是开心,还是怅惋。
IDM
make something of yourself
有所成就;获得成功to be successful in life
He said something else that I thought was interesting.
他讲的另外一件事我觉得挺有意思的。
I've seen some fine players, but she's something else.
优秀运动员我见过不少,但她出类拔萃。
something else
另外一件事;别的东西a different thing; another thing
He said something else that I thought was interesting.
他讲的另外一件事我觉得挺有意思的。
(informal)
出色的人(或事物)a person, a thing or an event that is much better than others of a similar type
I've seen some fine players, but she's something else.
优秀运动员我见过不少,但她出类拔萃。
adv.
1.
(与形容词连用)很,非常used with an adjective to emphasize a statement
She was swearing something terrible.
她骂得很难听。

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