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talisman是什么意思

talisman是什么意思

美['tælɪzmən]  英['tælɪzmən]
n.  避邪物;护身符
  名词复数:talismans
  近义词:charm,amulet,

详细释义

n.(名词)
  1. 护身符
  2. 法宝
  3. 有不可思议的力量之物
  4. 驱邪物
  5. 避邪物
  6. 保护神
  7. 能产生奇异效果的东西
  8. 符咒
  9. 塔利斯曼 (音译名)

例句

Malachite was used as a children's talisman to ward off danger and illness.
孔雀石被用作儿童的护身符, 以抵御危险和疾病。
Dress was the one unfailing talisman and charm used for keeping all things in their places.
服饰是百试不爽的灵符和神咒,可以维持一切事物的现有秩序.
I was touched, but it was his talisman to cherish.
我被深深地触动了。这是他的护身符。
When the old urn to melt and fuse with the talisman magical force.
当老瓮融化和保险丝与护身符的神奇力量。
Dress was the one unfailling talisman and charm used for keeping all things in their places.
衣冠是当作保持品位和秩序得一种万应灵符。
The talisman consists of two circles with triangles drawn on them.
这种护身符由两个圆圈组成,圆圈上画有三角。
It was like a talisman worn in bosom.
它就象佩在胸前的护身符一样.
This talisman can block off disasters, and evil things.
这张画符可以用来消灾免难。
I've seen a Qing dragon head talisman similar with this shape in a book of copper ware.
看过铜器杂项书中有一清代龙首法器造型与此相近。
Agate was highly valued as a talisman or amulet in ancient times.
在古代,玛瑙是被视为极有价质的护身符。
The ancients believed that a talisman written in red was doubly powerful.
古人认为用红色写下的护身符的双倍的威力。

英英释义

Noun
  1. a trinket or piece of jewelry usually hung about the neck and thought to be a magical protection against evil or disease