hazy

英 ['heɪzɪ] 美 ['hezi]
  • adj. 朦胧的;模糊的;有薄雾的
  • n. (Hazy)人名;(瑞典)哈叙
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hazy 薄雾的

词源不详,可能来自德语hase,野兔,灰白色的兔子,因野兔在中世纪德国民间神话中通常笼罩着一层神秘色彩,后用于指海上薄雾。进一步来自PIE*kas,灰白色,词源同hare.恰好与薄雾的微白色相吻合。

hazy (adj.)
1620s, hawsey, nautical, of unknown origin. Some connect it with German hase "hare," an animal which plays an important part in Germanic folklore, with many supernatural and unlucky aspects in medieval times (among the superstitions: a dead hare should not be brought aboard a fishing ship, and the word hare should not be spoken at sea). Another suggestion is Old English hasu, haswe "gray." Related: Hazily; haziness.
1. She sipped the wine. Everything was hazy now, except for Nick's face.
她小口地抿着酒。现在一切都变得模糊起来,除了尼克的脸。

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2. It's as if I'm living in a hazy dream world.
我好像生活在缥缈的梦境里。

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3. She had only a hazy idea of Britain's prison problems.
她对英国的监狱问题只有些许模糊的认识。

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4. The air was thin and crisp, filled with hazy sunshine and frost.
空气稀薄清新,其间日光蒙眬,寒气逼人。

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5. He could see only the hazy outline of the goalposts.
他只能看见球门柱模糊的轮廓。

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