grandeur

US [ˈɡrænˌdʒʊr]
UK [ˈɡrændʒə(r)]
  • n.壮丽;伟大;宏伟;高贵
  • Web庄严;壮观;富丽堂皇
grandeur
n.
1.
宏伟;壮丽;堂皇the quality of being great and impressive in appearance
the grandeur and simplicity of Roman architecture
古罗马建筑的雄伟和简朴
The hotel had an air of faded grandeur.
这家旅馆给人一种繁华已逝的感觉。
2.
高贵;显赫;伟大the importance or social status sb has or thinks they have
He has a sense of grandeur about him.
他觉得自己很了不起。
She is clearly suffering from delusions of grandeur(= thinks she is more important than she really is) .
她显然是犯了妄自尊大的毛病。

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