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Translation of "wild" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

wild

adjective (NOT CONTROLLED) 不受控制的     /waɪld/
uncontrolled, violent or extreme 疯狂的;狂暴的;猛烈的 a wild party 狂野的聚会 wild dancing 狂舞 The audience burst into wild applause. 观众爆发出热烈的掌声。 When I told him what I'd done, he went wild (= became very angry). 当我告诉他我的所作所为时,他暴跳如雷。 The children were wild with excitement (= were extremely excited). 孩子们欣喜若狂。 Her eyes were wild/She had a wild look in her eyes (= Her eyes were wide open, as if she were frightened, or mentally ill). 她眼睛大睁着,眼中充满惊恐。 His hair was wild (= long and untidy) and his clothes full of holes. 他的头发又长又乱,衣服上都是洞。 There have been wild (= extreme) variations in the level of spending. 消费水平有着极大的差别。 They get some wild weather (= many severe storms) in the north. 北方暴风雨很多。 It was a wild (= stormy or very windy) night, with the wind howling and the rain pouring down. 那是一个暴风雨大作的夜晚,狂风怒吼,大雨倾盆。 UncontrolledViolent or aggressiveUnkind, cruel and unfeelingTreating people or animals badly slang very unusual, often in a way that is attractive or exciting 不寻常的;极棒的;非凡的 Those are wild trousers you're wearing, Fi. 你穿的裤子可真棒,弗埃。 Informal words for goodGood, better and bestQuite good, or not very good wildness     /ˈwaɪld.nəs/ noun [U] the wildness (= natural and extreme beauty) of the Western Highlands 西部高地的荒野之美 Deserts, prairies and wildernesses
(Definition of wild adjective (NOT CONTROLLED) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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