cultured

英 ['kʌltʃəd] 美 ['kʌltʃɚd]
  • adj. 有教养的;人工培养的;讲究的
  • v. 栽培;教化(culture的过去分词)
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cultured (adj.)
1743 in the literal sense of "cultivated," of land, etc., past participle adjective from culture; meaning "developed under controlled natural conditions" is from 1906, originally of pearls. Meaning "improved by exposure to intellectual culture" is from 1777.
1. He is a cultured man with a wide circle of friends.
他为人文雅,结交广泛。

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2. He is a suave, cool and cultured man.
他是个世故、冷静、有教养的人。

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3. It is not easy to distinguish cultured pearls from genuine pearls.
辨别真正的珍珠与养殖的珍珠不容易.

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4. His behaviour was suggestive of a cultured man.
他的举止显示出他是个有教养的人.

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5. The people who will be on the committee are moral, cultured, competent people.
进入委员会的人要品行端正,有文化,有能力。

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