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something 中文

EN[ˈsʌmθɪŋ] [ˈsɐmθɪŋ] [ˈsʌʔm̩] [sʌ̃ː] [ˈsamθɪŋ]
US
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    Definition of something in English Dictionary

  • 名词 (Noun)PLsomethingsSUF-ing
    1. An object whose nature is yet to be defined.
      1. From the ground, Colombo’s port does not look like much. [ …]   But viewed from high up in one of the growing number of skyscrapers in Sri Lanka’s capital, it is clear that something extraordinary is happening: China is creating a shipping hub just 200 miles from India’s southern tip.
    2. An object whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g., from words of a song. Also used to refer to an object earlier indefinitely referred to as 'something' (pronoun sense).
    3. 代词 (Pronoun)
      1. An uncertain or unspecified thing; one thing.
        1. I must have forgotten to pack something, but I can't think what. ‎
        2. I have something for you in my bag. ‎
        3. I have a feeling something good is going to happen today. ‎
      2. COL (of someone or something) A quality to a moderate degree.
        1. The performance was something of a disappointment. ‎
        2. That child is something of a genius. ‎
      3. COL (of a person) A talent or quality that is difficult to specify.
        1. She has a certain something. ‎
      4. COL (often with really) Somebody or something who is superlative in some way.
        1. He's really something! I've never heard such a great voice. ‎
        2. She's really something. I can't believe she would do such a mean thing. ‎
    4. 动词 (Verb)SGsomethingsPRsomethingingPT, PPsomethinged
      1. Applied to an action whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g. from words of a song.
      2. 形容词 (Adjective)
        1. Having a characteristic that the speaker cannot specify.
        2. 副词 (Adverb)
          1. (degree) Somewhat; to a degree.
            1. The baby looks something like his father. ‎
          2. (degree) COL To a high degree.
            1. You can't thrash when you have rheumatic fever – though you want to something awful, Mrs. White says.
        3. 更多范例
          1. 用于句中
            • He moved to the big smoke when he was 17 to make something of himself.
            • “The submetering program is intended to help conserve energy, which is something that we remain committed to,” he said.
            • The stonings came as something of a surprise, in that Iranian officials had said they had suspended that method of execution.
          2. 用于句首
            • Something about the way he said that made me just bust a gut: I practically died laughing!
          3. 用于句尾
            • I have a copy of the UPI stylebook which I check when I need to know how to write something.
            • Bup bup bup! Don't go just yet. You forgot something.
            • Her name is on the tip of my tongue; it could be Kathy or Karen or something.
        • 词类阶层 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
          1. 形容词
            • 无法比较形容词
            • 副词
              • 程度副词
                • 不可比的副词
                • 名词
                  • 可数名词
                  • 代词
                    • 第三人称代词
                      • 不定代词
                      • 动词
                      相关连结:
                      1. en somethings
                      2. en something's
                      3. en somethinged
                      4. en somethingth
                      5. en somethinging
                      资料来源: 维基词典
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                      Meaning of something for the defined word.

                      在语法上,这个单字"something"是一个形容词,更具体地来说,是一个无法比较形容词。它同时也是一个副词,更具体地来说,是一个程度副词和一个不可比的副词。它同时也是一个名词,更具体地来说,是一个可数名词。它同时也是一个代词,更具体地来说,是一个第三人称代词和一个不定代词。它同时也是一个动词
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