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
- A good teacher has an easy authority over a class.
- The design certainly looks good on paper.
- A good architect takes into account the building's surroundings.
- Do you know a good recipe for wholemeal bread?
- Painting steel is a good way to rustproof it.
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
- I think she takes advantage of his good nature.
- It was very good of you to come round at such short notice.
- My main aim in life is to be a good husband and father.
- Be a good boy and eat up your vegetables.
- She's a good warm-hearted woman.
good adjective (MORALLY RIGHT)
- You should be setting a good example to your younger brother.
- He was a good, honest man.
- She came from a good family.
- The preacher believed that he was spreading the good word.
- The vicar often quoted from the Good Book.
good adjective (POSITIVE)
- Cheers! Your good health.
- Fresh fruit is very good for you.
- This shampoo is very good for your hair.
- Staring at the computer screen is not good for your eyes.
- What's good for a sore throat?
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 ]
- The goods have been consigned to you by air.
- He cracked during questioning and told us where to find the stolen goods.
- They're selling off damaged goods at reduced prices.
- Will the goods be sent by air or sea freight?
- The devaluation of the pound will make British goods more competitive abroad.
B1 things for sale, or the things that you own商品，货物；私人财产
good noun (HELP)
- Huge projects designed to aid poorer countries can sometimes do more harm than good.
- The captain resigned for the good of the team.
- He tried tightening the cable, but it didn't do any good.
good noun (HEALTH)