fable 中文意思是什麼

音標 ['feibl]
fable 解釋
n. 名詞 1. 寓言,童話 〈cf. allegory, parable〉。
2. 〈集合詞〉神話,傳說。
3. 荒唐故事,無稽之談。
4. 〈古語〉(史詩、劇本等的)情節。
5. 人人談論的話題。
vi. 不及物動詞 講故事,編寓言。
vt. 及物動詞 虛構(故事),杜撰,煞有介事地講。
n. 名詞 -r = fabulist。

  1. This periodical, poe thought, abetted new england writers in maintaining a mutual admiration society. in a review of lowell's “fable for critics” he burst out.

  2. This fable was written after the manner of aesop

  3. This aesop ' s fable tells us : acquaintance softens prejudices

  4. Then he stumbled upon gayley s " classic myths " and bulfinch s " age of fable, " side by side on a library shelf. it was illumination, a great light in the darkness of his ignorance, and he read poetry more avidly than ever

  5. He had some motive in telling this fable.

  6. The fable is given on the next page.

  7. Tell them the fable about the fox and the grapes.

  8. We could not decide if it was fact or fable.

  9. We may take the story of job for a history or a fable.

  10. Great satire needs the sustenance of great fable.

  11. Such walls as in time may linger as a mere fable.

  12. About a hundred years ago a few fable efforts were made on behalf of the left-handers.

  13. As a representative work of english contemporary writer william golding, lord of the flies is viewed as a modem fable and invites many interpretations

  14. This is a fable about a man and a satyr

  15. Haven ' t you read stoker ' s fable

  16. 2 there are many ways to express, among which there are the fable, the quotation from sage or the respected and the unprejudiced word of no - self and being flexibility

    語言文字的表達方式有許多種,其中有「寓言」 ,有引聖人或受人尊重者之「重言」以及無相無住的「卮言」等。
  17. The modification not only changes the film from an antiauthoritarian fable into a hallucination account, it also justifies the authority it was intended to subvert

  18. There s an old russian fable about the wise men on their journey to visit the christ child. and on their way they stop at this bed and breakfast

  19. This theory on commercial order was first publicized by bernard mandeville in the fable of the bees, private evil, public interest, which was then metaphorized as “ the invisible hand ” by adam smith. the significance of this theory lies on the fact that it not only liberated commerce and self - interest from the constraint of christian morality and civic virtue, but also made citizen ’ s political participation and civic virtue unnecessary in a new, commercial republic

  20. The content may be the fable story, may be the fairy talestory, may be the idiom story