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  1. dignify

    • KK[ˋdɪgnə͵faɪ]
    • DJ[ˋdignifai]

    美式

    • vt.
      使有尊嚴,使高貴[(+by/with)];抬高……的身價[(+by/with)]
    • 過去式: dignified  過去分詞: dignified  現在分詞: dignifying

    • 釋義
    • 同反義
    • 相關詞
    • vt.
      及物動詞
    • 1. 使有尊嚴,使高貴[(+by/with)]

      The lowly cottage was dignified by the two great pear trees in front of it. 簡陋的村舍因門前兩棵大梨樹而顯得氣派。

    • 2. 抬高……的身價[(+by/with)]

      They dignified cowardice by calling it prudence. 他們把怯懦美其名曰為謹慎。

    同義詞

    vt. 使有尊嚴,使高貴

    vt. 授以榮譽

    • adj. 有尊嚴的;莊嚴的;高貴的

    • He had a dignified way of walking. 他步態莊重。

      In his new uniform he looked handsome and dignified. 他身穿簇新的制服,看上去英俊威嚴。

    • dignify的動詞現在分詞、動名詞

    • He had a dignified way of walking. 他步態莊重。

      In his new uniform he looked handsome and dignified. 他身穿簇新的制服,看上去英俊威嚴。

    • adj. 尊貴的

    • 有威嚴的,有品格的

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    • ph. 把…尊稱為…

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    • ph. 美其名為…

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    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[ˈdɪgnɪfaɪ]

    美式

    英式

    • vt.
      使顯貴
    • the ceremony was dignified by the presence of the ambassador 大使的光臨為慶祝活動增輝
    • 增威嚴,使高貴,故做顯貴
    • the ceremony was dignified by the presence of the ambassador 大使的光臨為慶祝活動增輝

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