ideal

英 [aɪ'dɪəl; aɪ'diːəl] 美 [aɪ'diəl]
  • adj. 理想的;完美的;想象的;不切实际的
  • n. 理想;典范
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ideal 理想的

来自idea,想象,想法。引申词义想象中的,理想的,完美的。

ideal (adj.)
early 15c., "pertaining to an archetype or model," from Late Latin idealis "existing in idea," from Latin idea in the Platonic sense (see idea). Sense of "perfect" first recorded 1610s.
ideal (n.)
"perfect person or thing," 1796, in a translation of Kant, from ideal (adj.).
1. The reality of mothering is frequently very different from the romantic ideal.
养育孩子的现实经常与浪漫的理想大相径庭。

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2. It's ideal for people who like a sloppy movie.
对于喜欢伤感电影的人来说,这部影片再合适不过了。

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3. She was the ideal American teenager, both on and off screen.
无论是在荧幕上还是在生活中,她都是人们心目中完美的美国青少年。

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4. Town gardens are ideal because they produce flowers nearly all year round.
城市公园是理想去处,那里几乎一年四季鲜花盛开。

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5. Warm milk is the ideal breeding ground for bacteria.
温牛奶是细菌理想的滋生地。

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