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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “abstract”

abstract

adjective (GENERAL)
笼统的
 
 
/ˈæb.strækt/
existing as an idea, feeling or quality, not as a material object
抽象的;纯理论的,纯概念的
Truth and beauty are abstract concepts.
真和美都是抽象的概念。
Ideas, concepts and theories
describes an argument or discussion that is general and not based on particular examples
(辩论或讨论)抽象的,空泛的,空洞的
This debate is becoming too abstract - let's have some hard facts!
这场辩论变得太空洞了——拿出一些具体的事实根据来吧!
General
the abstract general ideas
抽象概念;理论
I have difficulty dealing with the abstract - let's discuss particular cases.
我难以理解抽象概念,我们讨论一些具体的案例吧。
So far we've only discussed the question in the abstract (= without referring to any real examples).
目前我们只是笼统地讨论过这个问题。
Ideas, concepts and theories
(Definition of abstract adjective (GENERAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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