delicacy

英 ['delɪkəsɪ] 美 ['dɛləkəsi]
  • n. 美味;佳肴;微妙;精密;精美;敏锐,敏感;世故,圆滑
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delicacy (n.)
late 14c., "delightfulness; fastidiousness; quality of being addicted to sensuous pleasure," from delicate + -cy. Meaning "fineness, softness, tender loveliness" is from 1580s; that of "weakness of constitution" is from 1630s. Meaning "fine food, a dainty viand" is from early 15c.
1. He's shown considerable delicacy and tact in feeling the public mood.
他在体察民情方面表现得相当周到和练达。

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2. It's a situation that calls for a blend of delicacy and force.
应付这种局面需要刚柔并济。

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3. Both countries are behaving with rare delicacy.
两个国家都表现出少有的谨慎。

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4. Smoked salmon was considered an expensive delicacy.
熏鲑鱼被认为是一道昂贵的珍馐。

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5. the delicacy of the fabric
织物的柔软性

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