Asian

英 美 [ˈeʒən, ˈeʃən]
  • n. 亚洲人
  • adj. 亚洲的;亚洲人的
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Asian (n.)
late 14c., "inhabitant of Asia (Minor)," from Latin Asianus (adjective and noun, "belonging to the province of Asia;" "an inhabitant of Asia"), from Greek Asianos, from Asia (see Asia). Ousted Asiatic as the preferred term in Britain c. 1950.
The term "Asiatic" has come to be regarded with disfavour by those to whom it is applied, and they feel entitled to be brought into line with usage in regard to Europeans, Americans and Australians. ["Times Literary Supplement," Feb. 6, 1953]
As an adjective in English, by 1690s.
1. In many respects Asian women see themselves as equal to their men.
在很多方面,亚洲女性都认为自己和丈夫是平等的。

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2. The Afro-Asian nations had approved the basic general principles of non-alignment.
亚非国家已经同意了不结盟的基本通则。

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3. He was highly praised, and deservedly so, by the Asian Times.
他受到了《亚洲时报》的高度赞扬,而他确实当之无愧。

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4. The centre has a remit to advise Asian businesses and entrepreneurs.
这个中心有为亚洲的企业和企业家提供建议的职能。

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5. Like working women anywhere, Asian women are buying convenience foods.
像其他地方的职业女性一样,亚洲女性也购买方便食品。

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