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cartoonist是什么意思

  • n.漫画家

cartoonist自然拼读

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cartoonist变形

复数:cartoonists

cartoonist词根

词根:cartoon

n.

cartoon 卡通片,[电影] 动画片;连环漫画

vi.

cartoon 画漫画

vt.

cartoon 为…画漫画

cartoonist英英释义

noun

a preparatory design, drawing, or painting (as for a fresco)

a drawing intended as satire, caricature, or humor

a political cartoon

comic strip

animated cartoon

a ludicrously simplistic, unrealistic, or one-dimensional portrayal or version

the film's villain is an entertaining cartoon

cartoonist同义词

  • n. 漫画家
  • distortionist, caricaturist

cartoonist词源中文解释

"画漫画的艺术家",1855年,来自 cartoon(n.)+ -ist。

cartoonist词源英文解释

Italian cartone pasteboard, cartoon, augmentative of carta leaf of paper — more at card >entry 1

The first known use of cartoon was in 1671

cartoonist儿童词典英英释义

cartwheelnoun

a large coin (as a silver dollar)

a sideways handspring with arms and legs extended

cart1 of 2noun

a heavy two-wheeled wagon usually pulled by a horse

a light usually two-wheeled vehicle

pony cart

cart2 of 2verb

to carry in or as if in a cart

cartridgenoun

a case or container that holds a substance or device which is difficult, troublesome, or awkward to handle and that can be easily changed: as

a tube containing a complete charge for a firearm

a holder for photographic film

a device on a phonograph that changes vibrations of the needle into electrical signals

a case for holding a magnetic tape or disk

a case for holding integrated circuits containing a computer program

a video-game cartridge

cartridgenoun

a case or container that holds a substance or device which is difficult, troublesome, or awkward to handle and that can be easily changed: as

a tube containing a complete charge for a firearm

a holder for photographic film

a device on a phonograph that changes vibrations of the needle into electrical signals

a case for holding a magnetic tape or disk

a case for holding integrated circuits containing a computer program

a video-game cartridge

cartoonnoun

a design, drawing, or painting made as a model for the finished work

a drawing intended as a humorous comment on public affairs

comic strip

animated cartoon

cartoonnoun

a design, drawing, or painting made as a model for the finished work

a drawing intended as a humorous comment on public affairs

comic strip

animated cartoon

cartoonist 例句

1.What advice would you give to your 16-year-old self? @richardoveryAt 16 I was drawing cartoons and I wanted to carry on being a cartoonist.

2.Years ago, he used to ghostwrite punch lines and comic scenarios for a cartoonist, who published some of their creations, in The New Yorker.

3.Giesel began his career working as a cartoonist for an advertising company, and during the war began submitting satirical sketches to newspapers.

4.Mr. Meyerowitz said he pushed for royalty payments for cartoonists; Mr. Mankoff said he refused to sell cartoons to outlets, like Playboy, that completely controlled the rights to them.

5.Did you always want to be a cartoonist?

6.Humor is a dangerous business in Turkey, though; it’s no wonder that among those arrested is one of the country’s leading cartoonists, Musa Kart.

7.Illustrated by a roster of legendary cartoonists such as R. Crumb, Chester Brown, and Alan Moore, American Splendor is by turns cantankerous, humorous and bittersweet.

8.Trina Robbins, who as an artist, writer and editor of comics was a pioneering woman in a male-dominated field, and who as a historian specialized in books about women cartoonists, died Wednesday.

9.Those episodes drew a threat from the extremist group RevolutionMuslim.com, which in turn prompted at least 17 Pulitzer-winning cartoonists to sign a letter condemning the threat.

10.He has an actor portray the cartoonist in his office packed with coffee cans full of pens and pencils.

11.I remember you at some point saying that the good thing about having spent so much time working on films is it made you appreciate being a cartoonist.

12.Mr. Thiebaud trained in commercial art at a trade school, made posters for the Army during World War II, and came to New York to work as a cartoonist.

13.The Comics Journal has even called him “the greatest living cartoonist.”

14.While talking about his early days as a cartoonist, Mr. Clowes mentioned having “a lifetime of resentment to pour out.”

15.He enlisted another friend, political cartoonist Franklin Alexander, to provide the now-ubiquitous eye-catching illustrations and burnish the design, for which the artist never received a penny.

16.The cartoonist Ware spent nearly two decades on this graphic novel set in a Nebraska parochial school in the ’70s.

17.The look into the future comes from Seattle cartoonist and illustrator Marie Bouassi’s series “Future Hangups,” which chronicles a grandmother scarred by having lived through the coronavirus pandemic as she attends her grandson’s birthday party.

18.Michael Cavna, a visual storyteller and cartoonist, is creator of The Post’s “Comic Riffs” column.

19.“Being a cartoonist allows me to create my own vocabulary.”

20.And, because the comic strip is a valueless throwaway, the cartoonist must win the reader’s trust without benefit of critical backing, museum walls, and monied collectors.

cartoonist 同义词相关

delineation

drawing

sketch

cartoonist 短语相关

animated cartoon

strip cartoon

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