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  1. dim

    • IPA[dɪm]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of a light, colour, or illuminated object) not shining brightly or clearly;(of an object or shape) made difficult to see by darkness, shade, or distance
    • v.
      make or become less bright or distinct;lower the beam of (a vehicle's headlights) to avoid dazzling oncoming drivers
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    • adj.
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    • 1. (of a light, colour, or illuminated object) not shining brightly or clearly:

      the dim glow of the fire

    • 2. (of an object or shape) made difficult to see by darkness, shade, or distance:

      a dim figure in the dark kitchen

    • 3. (of a room or other space) made difficult to see in by darkness:

      long dim corridors

    • 4. (of the eyes) unable to see clearly:

      his eyes became dim

    • 5. (of a sound) indistinct or muffled:

      the dim drone of their voices

    • 6. not clearly recalled or formulated in the mind:

      dim memories

      the matter was in the dim and distant past

    • 7. (of a situation) not giving cause for hope or optimism:

      their prospects for the future looked fairly dim

    • 8. stupid or slow to understand:

      you're just incredibly dim

    • v.
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    • 1. make or become less bright or distinct:

      a smoky inferno that dimmed the sun

      the lights dimmed and the curtains parted

    • 2. lower the beam of (a vehicle's headlights) to avoid dazzling oncoming drivers:

      the car moved slowly, its headlights dimmed

    • 3. make or become less intense:

      the difficulty in sleeping couldn't dim her happiness

    • 4. make or become less able to see clearly:

      his eyes dimmed

    • abbr dimension.

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    • abbr diminuendo.

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    • n. a stupid person:

    • either she's a dim bulb or she doesn't respect my feelings

      a caricature of a dim-bulb fashion model

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    • n. a Chinese dish of small steamed or fried savoury dumplings containing various fillings.

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    • n. a stupid person:

    • either she's a dim bulb or she doesn't respect my feelings

      a caricature of a dim-bulb fashion model

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    • n. a Chinese dish of small steamed or fried savory dumplings containing various fillings, served as a snack or main course.

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    • adj. stupid or silly:

    • a dim-witted waiter

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    • ph. regard with disapproval

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    • IPA[dim]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of a light, color, or illuminated object) not shining brightly or clearly:
    • her face was softened by the dim light
    • v.
      make or become less bright or distinct:
    • a smoky inferno that dimmed the sun

      the lights dimmed and the curtains parted

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  2. 知識+

    • 請問dimming feature要怎麼翻譯[急]@@?

      dimming=暗淡的, 模糊的, 朦朧的 feature=特徵或長相 由於不清楚你所指的是人還是物 所以有下列可能 若是指人的話 有著dimming feature的人就是"相貌不起眼的人" 若是指公司行號的話 有著dimming...

    • 答20 dim

      ...(XXXeXXX). 2012-08-31 20:05:17 補充: I'm curious, "dim"=點in Cantonese?

    • dim, detached句子翻譯

      這裡沒有前後文 我大概猜想的意思是坐飛機或者做夢的描述: 在一個黯淡、疏離的層次上,我了解在我腳底下呼嘯而過的土地是多麽的壯觀啊! dim 是模糊的、不清的 detached 是分離的,我翻譯成疏離,感覺起來像是在描述一個心理狀態。