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character

noun (QUALITY)
品质
 
 
/ˈkær.ɪk.tər/ US  /ˈker.ɪk.tɚ/
[C or U] the particular combination of qualities in a person or place that makes them different from others
性格,个性;特征
Politeness is traditionally part of the British character.
待人礼貌客气历来是英国人性格的一部分。
It would be very out of character (= not typical) of her to lie.
撒谎可不符合她的个性。
One of the joys of being a parent is watching the child's character develop.
为人父母的一大乐趣就是观察孩子的性格发展。
The idea was to modernize various aspects of the house without changing its essential character.
这个设想就是使房子各方面现代化而不改变它的基本特征。
It's not in his character to be (= he is not usually) jealous.
他不是个爱嫉妒的人。
Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysisConditions and characteristics
[U] qualities which are interesting and unusual
风格,特色,特点
a hotel of character
独具特色的酒店
I'd prefer an old place with a bit of character.
我偏爱有特色的老地方。
Old books are said to give a room character.
据说旧书能使房间别具一格。
As people grow older, their faces acquire more character.
随着年龄的增长,人的脸上越来越具有个性。
Exceptional qualities, things and peopleExcitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
[U] the quality of being determined and able to deal with difficult situations
勇气;坚强性格
She has such strength of character.
她个性很强。
Strength of will and determination
(Definition of character noun (QUALITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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