hardy

英 ['hɑːdɪ]
  • adj. 坚强的;勇敢的;能吃苦耐劳的;鲁莽的
  • n. 强壮的人;耐寒植物;方柄凿
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hardy 顽强的,适应力强的

来自hard,坚强的,顽强的。

hardy (adj.)
c. 1200, "bold, daring, fearless," also "presumptuous, audacious," from Old French hardi "bold, brave, courageous; confident, presumptuous," from past participle of hardir "to harden, be or make bold," from Frankish *hardjan "to make hard" (cognates: Old Frisian herda, Old High German herten, Old Norse herða, Gothic gahardjan "make hard"), from Proto-Germanic *hardu- (see hard (adj.)). Sense influenced by English hard. Of plants, "able to survive in the open year-round," 1660s. Related: Hardily; hardiness. Hardhede "physical hardiness" is attested from early 15c.
1. The silver-leaved varieties of cyclamen are not quite as hardy.
银叶仙客来品种不太耐寒。

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2. Colonel Hardy would like to see every tank with a computerized aid.
哈迪上校希望看到每辆坦克都配有电脑化辅助装置。

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3. Hardy has often been criticised for an excessively pessimistic view of life.
哈代由于对生活持过度悲观的态度而常常受到批评。

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4. Hardy as a young man played the fiddle at local dances.
哈迪年轻时在当地舞会上演奏小提琴。

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5. the comedy duo Laurel and Hardy
劳莱和哈代这对喜剧搭档

来自《权威词典》

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