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pedestal 

  • 基本释义
  • 词形变化
  • 详细释义
  • 双解释义
  • 英英释义
  • 短语词组
  • 常见例句

pedestal

['pedistl]

n.基架, 底座, 受人尊敬的地位
vt.搁在台上,颂扬

例句与用法:

He put his wife on a pedestal and so was all the more hurt when he found she was capable of deceiving him.

他把妻子当作偶像崇拜,因此当他知道她是在欺骗他时,他受到的打击实在太大了。

Before it could be transported to the United States, a site had to be found for it and a pedestal had to be built.

在雕像可以运往美国之前,必须给它选个场地,还要建造一个雕像底座。

The statue reposes on a pedestal.

塑像安放在台座上。

The workers put the statue on its pedestal.

工人们把雕像放到基座上。

词形变化:

动词过去式: pedestaled/pedestalled | 动词过去分词: pedestaled/pedestalled | 动词现在分词: pedestaling/pedestalling | 动词第三人称单数: pedestals/pedestals |

n.[C]

1. 【建】柱脚

2. (雕像等的)垫座, 台座

3. (尤指作为偶像崇拜的)显要地位

She put him on a pedestal: she would have died for him.

她崇拜他:她宁愿为他而死。

vt.

1. 把……放在台座上

2. 颂扬


短语词组:

knock sb. off his pedestal

1. 使某人不再受尊重

The politician was knocked off his pedestal by his daughter's statements.

这位政客由于女儿的一席谈话而不再受人敬重。

place/put/set sb. on a pedestal

1. 崇拜某人

I put you on a pedestal: I would have died for you.

我曾崇拜你, 愿意为你而死。


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