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    curious查询结果如下:

    音标:['kjʊəriəs]

    基本释义/说明: adj.好奇的;奇特的
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    adj.
    好奇的;奇特的
    I am a curious person, and I like to learn new things.
    我是个好奇的人,喜欢学新的东西。
    He showed a curious mixture of eagerness and terror
    他表现出既渴望又害怕的一种好奇的样子
    He is a curious looking man.
    他是个相貌奇特的人。
    -扩展释义
    【公共词典】
    稀奇的, 奇异的
    N/A
    a.1. 好奇的,渴望知道的;爱探究的[(+as to/about)][+to-v][+wh-]2. 奇怪的;稀奇古怪的,难以理解的
    adj. 【化学】
    不寻常的
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:adjective

    例句1. she was obviously curious, but too polite to ask questions

    同义词系列4
    同义词系列5
    反义词系列1
    -curious的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    curious的形容词比较级形式(非正式、非标准的)
    “It gets curiouser and curiouser as it creates a straitjacketed Victorian world and then shows that the lunatics have taken over the asylum.”
    “The Moleskine notebook gets curiouser and curiouser as it tumbles down the rabbit hole and into Lewis Carroll ′ s literary classic, Alice ′ s Adventures in Wonderland.”
    “Curiouser and curiouser Illustrator John Tenniel called the print quality of the first 50 books ′disgraceful′, so author Lewis Carroll had them reprinted.”

    名词 变体/同根词

    Misspelling of curiosity.
    “While children reading themselves improves language skills and fosters a child′s natural curiousity, creativity and imagination.”
    “After the initial curiousity, the casual sports fan loses interest if the rest of the product can′t hold it.”
    “Because The Goodies episodes have existed in a kind of time capsule there was a curiousity whether the comedy would still stand up.”
    A strange and interesting object; something that evokes curiosity.
    “Parker′s Arabic manuscript may nowadays seem a strange curio, but for Parker, it was a relic of the early English church comparable in antiquity and significance to the Gospels of St Augustine.”
    “You carve up a cheap curio and put it in a gallery, and suddenly it′s worth a packet.”
    “As for cone snails, their shells are collected and sold by the thousands at curio shops to tourists.”
    inquisitiveness; curiosity || (过时的,旧时用法) care; carefulness; pains || (dated) The state of being curious; exactness of workmanship; ingenuity of contrivance. || (countable) The result or product of being curious.
    “There is nothing else to recommend the poem except its wit and the curiousness of the subject.”
    “Instead, she decided to pursue the curiousness which slowly welled up within her, replacing the other emotions for the time being.”
    “Was it not the very curiousness of his relationship with Ingram had made it so palatable?”
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