magisterial

英 [,mædʒɪ'stɪərɪəl] 美 [,mædʒɪ'stɪrɪəl]
  • adj. 有权威的;专横的;官吏的
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magisterial 地方行政官的,权威的,威严的

来自拉丁语magister,行政长官,首长,来自PIE*meg,巨大的,威严的,词源同magnate,master.

magisterial (adj.)
1630s, from Medieval Latin magisterialis "of or pertaining to the office of magistrate, director, or teacher," from Late Latin magisterius "having authority of a magistrate," from magister "chief, director" (see master (n.)). Related: Magisterially.
1. The Cambridge World History of Human Disease is a magisterial work.
《剑桥世界人类疾病史》是一部权威著作。

来自柯林斯例句

2. He talked with the magisterial authority of the head of the family.
他说起话来带着一副一家之主的口吻。

来自《权威词典》

3. She would appear on the porch and reign over the street in magisterial beauty.
她会出现在阳台上,以她雍容之美成为注目的焦点.

来自《简明英汉词典》

4. The colonel's somewhat in a magisterial manner.
上校多少有点威严的神态。

来自辞典例句

5. Mr Sen's latest book answers both difficulties in magisterial style.
而他最新发表的书以权威的方式回答了这些难题.

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