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detective如何读

英[dɪˈtektɪv]美[dɪˈtektɪv]

detective自然拼读

de·tec·tive

dih tek tihv

detective是什么意思

  • n. 侦探,警探;私家侦探
  • adj. 有关调查工作的;刑侦的

detective变形

复数:detectives

detective词根

词根:detect

n.

detection 侦查,探测;发觉,发现;察觉

detector 检测器;发现者;侦察器

vt.

detect 察觉;发现;探测

detective英英释义

adjective

fitted for or used in detecting something

had perfected his detective sensibilities

of or relating to detectives or their work

a detective novel

noun

one employed or engaged in detecting lawbreakers or in getting information that is not readily or publicly accessible

detective儿童词典英英释义

deteriorateverb

to make or become worse or of less value : degenerate

disintegrate sense 1

detergent1 of 2adjective

able to clean : used in cleansing

detergent oil for engines

detergent2 of 2noun

a substance that cleansesespecially: a chemical product that is like soap in its ability to cleanse

detergent1 of 2adjective

able to clean : used in cleansing

detergent oil for engines

detergent2 of 2noun

a substance that cleansesespecially: a chemical product that is like soap in its ability to cleanse

deterverb

to turn aside, discourage, or prevent from acting

wasn't deterred by the threats

inhibit sense 2

painting to deter rust

detentionnoun

the act of detaining : the state of being detained: as

temporary custody before a trial

the punishment of being kept in after school

detectverb

to discover the nature, existence, presence, or fact of

detect the approach of an airplane

detectornoun

one that detects or warns

a smoke detector

a device in a radio receiver for changing the high-frequency current of radio waves into current that can vibrate a loudspeaker to reproduce the original sound

detectornoun

one that detects or warns

a smoke detector

a device in a radio receiver for changing the high-frequency current of radio waves into current that can vibrate a loudspeaker to reproduce the original sound

detective1 of 2adjective

of or relating to detectives or their work

a detective story

detective2 of 2noun

a person whose business is solving crimes and catching criminals or gathering information that is not easy to get

detective词组

detective story侦探小说

private detective私家侦探

detective film侦探片

detective同义词

  • n. 侦探
  • tec, hawkshaw

detective词源英文解释

The first known use of detective was in 1732

detective 例句

1.When the detectives open it, they are shocked by the sight of a tall man with a pickax slung over his shoulder, wearing a shirtsleeve on his head like a stocking cap.

2.“No wonder you’re a detective. Now, what brings you here today?”

3.O'BRIEN And the outcome of your talking with the detective in question is that you were able to reach the District Attorney's office and strike a deal.

4.Neither she nor the detective showed much emotion.

5.I could grab the little one, but I would probably be lynched as a child snatcher before I had the chance to show my detective's badge.

6.Hickock obeyed, with an expression that the detective interpreted as a pleading with him to speak, to accuse, and let the prisoner escape into the sanctuary of steadfast denial.

7.Apollinaire opened it to find a pair of detectives on his doorstep.

8.Chicago detectives began their exploration of the castle on the night of Friday, July 19.

9.When the detectives asked me where I was, I couldn't even remember the day they were talking about.

10.The detectives were not impressed with my tale.

11.He came home at three o’clock or so and was captured by two detectives in the hallway of his house.

12.After authorities failed to investigate—“They never would have done anything,” one of Lewis’s relatives said—her family hired a private detective.

13.In detective stories, when the sleuth revisits the scene of the crime, he nearly always finds a clue that has been overlooked by the ordinary police.

14.I was no detective, and, politically, individuals were without meaning.

15."Being a detective is a lot harder than I thought!"

16.“Guess we’re not such great detectives as we thought,” he whispered.

17.George sat at Nancy's computer to start a new detective file.

18.“Are you the detectives? Yes, you’d have to be,” said the chauffeur after the door sprang open.

19.Myanda’s courage impressed the detective, but the deciding factor was the baby.

20.The detective picked out the words with difficulty.

侦探费力地辨认出这些字。

detective 同义词相关

sleuthhound

operative

gumshoe

private investigator

investigator

hawkshaw

shamus [slang]

sherlock

dick

private eye

detective 短语相关

house detective

private detective

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