dignified

英 ['dɪgnɪfaɪd] 美 ['dɪɡnɪfaɪd]
  • adj. 庄严的;有尊严的;高贵的
  • v. 使高贵(dignify的过去式)
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dignified (adj.)
past participle adjective from dignify; 1660s in sense "ranking as a dignitary;" 1812 in sense "having a dignified manner."
1. At the door was a neatly dressed, dignified man.
门口站着一位穿戴整齐、仪态庄重的男子。

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2. It was a technique later dignified by the term "info-tainment".
那种技术后来被美其名曰“资讯娱乐”。

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3. He seemed a very dignified and charming man.
他看上去很高贵,富有魅力。

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4. He liked a hushed and dignified atmosphere.
他喜欢一种寂静庄重的气氛。

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5. Mr Smith is maintaining a dignified silence.
史密斯先生庄重地保持着沉默。

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