来自法语de bon aire, 即of good air. 用来指好的风度，好的举止。
- debonair (adj.)
- c. 1200, "mild, gentle, kind courteous," from Old French debonaire, from de bon' aire "of good race," originally used of hawks, hence, "thoroughbred" (opposite of French demalaire). Used in Middle English to mean "docile, courteous," it became obsolete and was revived with an altered sense of "pleasant, affable" (1680s).
- 1. He strolled about, look very debonair in his elegant new suit.
- 2. He was a handsome, debonair, death-defying racing-driver.
- 3. It is friendly, remote, and debonair.
- 卡普里岛远离尘嚣,但景色宜人, 生机盎然.
- 4. Then Foxy Davis had seemed a debonair remotely superior, and glamorous personage.
- 当时的“狐狸”戴维斯还是个无忧无虑、稍带矜持 、 风流潇洒的人物.
- 5. He strolled about, looking very debonair in his elegant new suit.
- 他穿了一身讲究的新衣服逛来逛去, 显得颇为惬意.
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