herald

[ˈherəld] [ˈhɛrəld]

n. 传令官,通报者;使者,先驱

v. 预示,预告;传达,通报

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  • 六级
  • 专四
n /ˈherəld/

使者;传令官

  • Jill hovered by the hearth while the herald delivered his news.

    使者去报信的时候,吉尔在壁炉边踱来踱去。

先驱;前兆

  • For her, it was the herald of summer.

    对于她来说,这是夏天的先兆。

  • The festival is the herald of a new age.

    这个节日是新世纪到来的前奏。

(司宗谱纹章的)纹章官

(中世纪骑士马上比武大会的)宣令调度官

vt /ˈherəld/

预示;作为…的先兆

  • His rise to power heralded the end of an era.

    他的掌权预示着一个时代的终结。

  • the sultry evening that heralded the end of the baking hot summer

    预示着酷热夏天即将结束的闷热的夜晚

  • Their discovery could herald a cure for some forms of impotence.

    他们的发现可能预示着某些阳痿病症有了治愈之法。

称道;赞誉

  • Janet Jackson's new album has been heralded by a massive media campaign.

    珍妮•杰克逊的新专辑受到广大媒体的追捧。

  • Tonight's clash between Real Madrid and Arsenal is being heralded as the match of the season.

    今晚皇家马德里队与阿森纳队的交锋被称为是赛季之战。

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. to be heralded as sth 被誉为某事物;被称为某事物

英英释义

n.
(formal) a person who announces important news
an indication of the approach of something or someone
v.
foreshadow or presage
praise vociferously
greet enthusiastically or joyfully

词形变化

请选择错误类型(可多选):
其他错误(选填):
500/500