castaway

英 ['kɑːstəweɪ] 美 ['kæstəwe]
  • n. 被抛弃的人;坐船遇难者;漂流者
  • adj. 遭难的;被抛弃的
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castaway 荒岛求生者

来自cast和away的组合词,即被遗弃的,特指被流落荒岛的人,参照电影《荒岛求生》。

castaway (n.)
late 15c., "one who is rejected," from the verbal phrase (c. 1300, literal and figurative), from cast (v.) + away (adv.). Specific sense "one adrift at sea" is from 1799. The adjective is first recorded 1540s.
1. Crusoe spent his time as a castaway building and inventing.
克鲁索过着不断建造和发明的漂流者的生活.

来自超越目标英语 第4册

2. This old man was a castaway Englishman, Henry Atkins by name.
这个老头儿是个落魄的英国人, 名叫亨利?阿特金斯.

来自辞典例句

3. It'll be to offer her a castaway.
那等于是让她看一个丧魂落魄者.

来自辞典例句

4. Lily had the doomed sense of the castaway who has signalled in vain to fleeing sails.
丽莉完全明白自己现在已变成一名被丢在荒岛上徒然向驶去的帆船呼救的遗弃者了.

来自辞典例句

5. From the castaway parts of organic societies, we form sentients.
来自被抛弃的一部分有建制的社会, 我们形成了有感知力的生命体.

来自电影对白

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