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relative 

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  • 词形变化
  • 详细释义
  • 双解释义
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  • 短语词组
  • 常见例句

relative

['relətiv]

adj.相对的, 比较的, 相关的
n.亲戚, [语]关系词

例句与用法:

He showed such concern that people took him to be a relative.

他很关心别人,因而大家都把他当作亲人。

The relative items in this report will be submitted to the committee for discussion.

把这份报告中的有关事项提交委员会讨论。

The detective thought the stick was relative to the murder case.

侦探认为这根木棒和谋杀案有牵连。

Jim took it into his head to give up his good job and go off for a holiday with a relative.

吉姆突然心血来潮,要放弃他的好工作,与一亲戚去度假。

The belief that moral laws are relative in meaning and application as opposed to fixed or universal.

反律法主义认为道德准则在意义上和实践上都是相对的,并不是固定的和普遍适用的

They are now living in relative comfort.

他们现在过着比较安逸的生活。

The teacher asked me some questions relative to my paper.

老师问了我一些和我的论文有关的问题。

词形变化:

名词: relativeness |

a.

1. 相对的, 比较的

Relative to its size, the city is sparsely populated.

与它的面积相比, 这座城市人口极为稀少。

Nothing's fixed in this world; everything is relative.

在这个世界上没有什么东西是固定不变的; 一切都是相对的。

2. 与……有关系的, 相关的[F][(+to)]

He asked me some questions relative to the subject.

他问了我一些有关这个题目的问题。

3. 成比例的, 相应的[(+to)]

Supply is relative to demand.

供应是按需求而定的。

n.[C]

1. 亲戚, 亲属

My aunt is my only immediate relative.

我姑母是我唯一的至亲。

2. 【语】关系词

Who, what, that, etc. are relatives.

Who, what, that等是关系代词。


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