good adjective (PLEASANT/SATISFACTORY)
a good book 一本有趣的书
I've just had some very good news. 我刚得知一些特别令人开心的消息。
- You'll like Rosie - she's good company.
- Such a noisy environment was not conducive to a good night's sleep.
- The empty roads make this area good cycling country.
- The good thing about the bike is that it dismantles if you want to put it in the back of the car.
- I was having such a good time I was reluctant to leave.
good adjective (HIGH QUALITY)
- Her work is sometimes good, but the problem is she's not consistent.
- We need someone who can write good copy for our publicity department.
- With a good telescope, you can see craters on the moon.
- It's important for children to get a good education.
- The design is so good it's sure to set the pattern for many others.
good adjective (SUCCESSFUL)
Kate's a good cook. 凯特厨艺很好。
She's very good at geography. 她地理学得很好。
They have a good relationship. 他们关系很好。
She's very good with children. 她很会照看孩子。
be no good also be not any/much good
get off to a good start
good adjective (KIND)
a good friend 一个好朋友
He's very good to his mother. 他对他妈妈很孝顺体贴。
be so good as to also be good enough to formal
good adjective (MORALLY RIGHT)
good adjective (POSITIVE)
good adjective (BEHAVIOUR)
- I'll just have to take you home if you can't be good, children.
- Settle down now, that's a good dog.
- You've been such a good girl this morning - I'm very proud of you.
- You are Year 5 now - surely you can be good for just a few minutes while your teacher is called away!
- He was always a good child and never any trouble.
good adjective (SUITABLE)
good adjective (LARGE)
Not all of his movies have been successful - there were a good few (= several) failures in the early years. 他拍的电影并非都是成功的——刚入道时他经历了好多次失败。
a good deal of
a good ... C2 also a good ...'s
› more than多于；不少于
good adjective (SATISFACTION)
good noun (THINGS)
goods [ plural ]
B1 things for sale, or the things that you own商品，货物；私人财产
good noun (HELP)
good noun (HEALTH)