- well known from long or close association；often encountered or experienced; common
- a demon supposedly attending and obeying a witch, often said to assume the form of an animal；a close friend or associate.
noun: familiar, plural noun: familiars
- 1. well known from long or close association their faces will be familiar to many of you a familiar voice
- ▪ often encountered or experienced; common the situation was all too familiar 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ having a good knowledge of ensure that you are familiar with the heating controls
- 2. in close friendship; intimate she had not realized they were on such familiar terms 同義詞
- ▪ informal to an inappropriate degree he was being overly familiar with Gloria 同義詞 反義詞
- 1. a demon supposedly attending and obeying a witch, often said to assume the form of an animal her familiars were her two little griffons that nested in her skirts
- 2. a close friend or associate.
- 3. (in the Roman Catholic Church) a person rendering certain services in a pope's or bishop's household.
人 be familiar with 事(N) ==> 某人熟悉, 知曉 ~ Ex: I am familiar with that subject. 事 be familar to 人 Ex: That fact is familiar to every student.
be familiar with 的主詞是人 I am familiar with her brother. be familiar to 的主詞是物 The facts are familiar to me. become...
a. (形容詞 adjective) 1. 世所周知的;熟悉的;常見的;普通的[(+to)] Your face seems familiar. 你看上去很面熟。 2. (某人)熟悉(某事)的,通曉...的[F][(+with)] I am of course familiar with your work. 我當然熟悉你的工作。