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something 中文

EN[ˈsʌmθɪŋ] [ˈsɐmθɪŋ] [ˈsʌʔm̩] [sʌ̃ː] [ˈsamθɪŋ]
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    Definition of something in English Dictionary

  • 名词 (Noun)PLsomethingsSUF-ing
    1. An object whose nature is yet to be defined.
      1. From the ground, Colombo’s port does not look like much. [ …]   But viewed from high up in one of the growing number of skyscrapers in Sri Lanka’s capital, it is clear that something extraordinary is happening: China is creating a shipping hub just 200 miles from India’s southern tip.
    2. An object whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g., from words of a song. Also used to refer to an object earlier indefinitely referred to as 'something' (pronoun sense).
    3. 代词 (Pronoun)
      1. An uncertain or unspecified thing; one thing.
        1. I must have forgotten to pack something, but I can't think what. ‎
        2. I have something for you in my bag. ‎
        3. I have a feeling something good is going to happen today. ‎
      2. COL (of someone or something) A quality to a moderate degree.
        1. The performance was something of a disappointment. ‎
        2. That child is something of a genius. ‎
      3. COL (of a person) A talent or quality that is difficult to specify.
        1. She has a certain something. ‎
      4. COL (often with really) Somebody or something who is superlative in some way.
        1. He's really something! I've never heard such a great voice. ‎
        2. She's really something. I can't believe she would do such a mean thing. ‎
    4. 动词 (Verb)SGsomethingsPRsomethingingPT, PPsomethinged
      1. Applied to an action whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g. from words of a song.
      2. 形容词 (Adjective)
        1. Having a characteristic that the speaker cannot specify.
        2. 副词 (Adverb)
          1. (degree) Somewhat; to a degree.
            1. The baby looks something like his father. ‎
          2. (degree) COL To a high degree.
            1. You can't thrash when you have rheumatic fever – though you want to something awful, Mrs. White says.
        3. 更多范例
          1. 用于句中
            • I was never able to stop the search for the why's and how's of something so senseless as the arms race.
            • But Sunderland fans fearing the worst finally had something to cheer when in the fourth of five minutes of stoppage time Gyan stood at the right place at the right time.
            • If nothing happens when you ask nicely, raise a stink until something gets done.
          2. 用于句首
            • Something about the way he said that made me just bust a gut: I practically died laughing!
          3. 用于句尾
            • Her name is on the tip of my tongue; it could be Kathy or Karen or something.
            • This gives me hope for a technological cure for spendthriftness: a credit card that would remind you of your outstanding balance every time you started to buy something.
            • I have a copy of the UPI stylebook which I check when I need to know how to write something.
        • 词类阶层 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
          1. 形容词
            • 无法比较形容词
            • 副词
              • 程度副词
                • 不可比的副词
                • 名词
                  • 可数名词
                  • 代词
                    • 第三人称代词
                      • 不定代词
                      • 动词
                      相关连结:
                      1. en somethings
                      2. en somethinged
                      3. en somethingth
                      4. en something's
                      5. en somethinging
                      资料来源: 维基词典
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                      Meaning of something for the defined word.

                      在语法上,这个单字"something"是一个形容词,更具体地来说,是一个无法比较形容词。它同时也是一个副词,更具体地来说,是一个程度副词和一个不可比的副词。它同时也是一个名词,更具体地来说,是一个可数名词。它同时也是一个代词,更具体地来说,是一个第三人称代词和一个不定代词。它同时也是一个动词
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