2ADMIREmaking you admire someone or something very much 令人惊叹的，奇妙的SYN amazing
It’s wonderful what doctors can do nowadays.
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wonderful• At the Dispensary the doctors and nurses are wonderful.• The southwesttower is a wonderfulinstance of late Gothic work.• Little Billywaved back and laughed and thought how wonderful it all was.• You're lucky you have such wonderfulkids.• Then, my dear Summerlee, it is that most wonderful of devices: a perpetualmotion machine!• In others, centralresearchlaboratories produce wonderful results which are of no use to the business.• I always had a wonderful time when we went, and not just because I was with Lois.• It reminds me of those wonderful times when a play comes together and it is larger than its individual parts.• It's wonderful to have something ancient returned to use.
VERBS | ADVERB | PHRASESVERBS➤be, feel, look, smell, sound, taste好極了；感覺很棒；看上去很棒；聞起來好極了；聽起來好極了；嚐起來味道好極了ADVERB➤most, really非常精彩；確實好極了▸➤absolutely, just, perfectly, quite, simply, truly極其精彩；相當棒；簡直了不起；確實了不起◇The weather was absolutely wonderful. 天氣非常好。➤pretty, rather (especially BrE) 相當好；相當棒PHRASES➤strange and wonderful, weird and wonderful (especially BrE) 奇特美妙；怪誕離奇◇the strange and wonderful world of Chinese ghost stories 中國鬼故事的奇妙世界◇She has a reputation for coming up with weird and wonderful marketing ideas. 她以提出新奇的營銷創意而著稱。
wonderful adj. ⇨wonderful (wonderful weather)⇨nice2 (a wonderful person)wonderful
➡ See also the entries for excellent, good1, magnificent, nice1 and satisfying另见excellent条、good条第1义、magnificent条、nice条第1义和satisfying条wonderful ♦︎ lovely ♦︎ marvellous ♦︎ delightful ♦︎ deliciousThese words all describe an experience, feeling or sight that gives you great pleasure.这些词均表示经历、感觉或景色令人愉快的。PATTERNS AND COLLOCATIONS 句型和搭配◆a wonderful / lovely / marvellous / delightful / delicious feeling / sensation◆(a) wonderful / lovely / marvellous / delightful experience / evening / time / party / place / views / scenery / weather◆What a wonderful / lovely / marvellous / delightful / delicious surprise!◆It would be wonderful / lovely / delightful if...◆It's wonderful / lovely / marvellous that...◆It's wonderful / lovely / marvellous to be / feel / find / have / know / see...◆That sounds wonderful / lovely / marvellous / delightful.◆really / quite / absolutely wonderful / lovely / marvellous / delightful■wonderfulthat you enjoy very much; that gives you great pleasure; extremely good令人高兴的；令人愉快的；绝妙的◆We had a wonderful time last night. 我们昨晚过得非常愉快。◆It's wonderful to see you! 见到你真是太好了！◆The weather was absolutely wonderful. 天气好极了。◆Note the wonderful skill in these sculpted hands and faces. 注意这些雕塑的手和脸所表现出的精湛技艺。 see also wonder ⇨ miracle▸wonderfully
◆The hotel is wonderfully comfortable. 这家旅馆非常舒适。◆Things have worked out wonderfully (well). 事情的结果很不错。■lovely (especially BrE, ratherinformal, especiallyspoken) that you enjoy very much; that gives you great pleasure; very attractive令人高兴的；令人愉快的；迷人的◆We had a lovely day(= we really enjoyed ourselves). 我们玩得很痛快。◆What a lovely day(= the weather is very good)! 天气多好啊！◆'Can I get you anything?' 'A cup of tea would be lovely.' “要来点什么？”“一杯茶就好。”◆It's been lovely having you here. 有你在这儿真是太好了。◆It's a lovely old farmhouse. 那是个宜人的老农舍。ⓘ In spoken British English lovely can be used before other adjectives to emphasize how pleasant sth is.在英式英语口语中，lovely可用于其他形容词前，强调令人愉快的程度◆a lovely cool drink 清凉的饮品◆It's lovely and warm in here. 这里真暖和。Lovely and with another adjective cannot be used before a noun. * lovely and后接形容词时不用于名词前◆a lovely and warm place■marvellous (BrE) (NAmEmarvelous) ˈmɑːvələs; NAmEˈmɑːrvələs (ratherinformal, especiallyspoken) that gives you great pleasure; extremely good令人愉快的；极好的◆The food smells absolutely marvellous. 这种食品闻着真香。◆This will be a marvellous opportunity for her. 这对她可是千载难逢的好机会呀。◆It's marvellous what modern technology can do. 现代技术所能做的真是太了不起了。 see also marvel ⇨ miracle▸marvellously
(BrE) (NAmEmarvelously) ◆This recipe is marvellously simple and quick. 这道菜的烹饪方法非常简单便捷。NOTE辨析 Wonderful or marvellous?Marvellous is slightly more informal than wonderful and is used especially in spoken English. * marvellous比wonderful稍非正式些，尤用于口语。■delightfulthat gives you great pleasure; very attractive令人愉快的；迷人的◆It has been a most delightful evening. 那是个非常令人愉快的夜晚。◆It was a delightful little fishing village. 那是个舒适宜人的小渔村。▸delightfully
◆The hotel is delightfully situated on the edge of the lake. 这家宾馆坐落在湖边，令人心旷神怡。NOTE辨析 Wonderful, lovely or delightful?These words can all describe times, events, places, sights, feelings and the weather. Wonderful can also describe a chance or ability.这些词都可以描述时间、事件、地方、景色、感觉和天气。wonderful还可以描述机会或能力◆a lovely/delightful opportunity/skillLovely is the most frequent in spoken British English, but in American English wonderful is the most frequent, both spoken and written. Delightful is used especially to talk about times, events and places. * lovely是英式英语口语中最常用的词，但是在美式英语口语或书面语中，wonderful最常用。delightful尤用于描述时间、事件和地方。■deliciousdɪˈlɪʃəs (literary) that gives you great pleasure, especially physical pleasure令人愉快的（尤指感官的）◆the delicious coolness of the breeze 微风送爽◆A delicious shiver of excitement ran through his body. 他兴奋得全身发抖。▸deliciously