来自拉丁语 suavis,甜美的，令人愉悦的，来自 PIE*swad,甜的，词源同 sweet,assuage.引申比 喻义圆滑的，练达的。
- suave: see persuade
- suave (adj.)
- early 15c., "gracious, kindly, pleasant, delightful," from Latin suavis "agreeable, sweet, pleasant (to the senses), delightful," from PIE root *swad- "sweet, pleasant" (see sweet (adj.)). In reference to persons, sense of "smoothly agreeable" first recorded 1815 (implied in suavity). Related: Suavely.
- 1. He is a suave, cool and cultured man.
- 2. That same year he made his Broadway debut, playing a suave radio journalist.
- 在那同一年里,他初次在百老汇登台, 扮演一个温文而雅的电台记者.
- 3. In conversation, he was suave and urbane.
- 4. Where Root had been suave, knox was often offensive.
- 鲁特表现得温和文雅, 诺克斯则往往唐突冒失.
- 5. His manner was aristocratic , his movements dapper and suave.
- 他气宇轩昂, 温文尔雅,举止潇洒.
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