FAR

far far adv. (far∙ther, far∙thest or fur∙ther, fur∙thest) ›› DISTANCE 距离 1. far (from, away, below, etc.) a long distance away • 远:
»We didnˈt go far.
我们没有走远。
»Have you come far?
你是远道来的吗?
»Itˈs not far to the beach.
到海滩不远。
»Thereˈs not far to go now.
现在离得不远了。
»The restaurant is not far from here.
饭店离这儿不远。
»countries as far apart as Japan and Brazil
像日本和巴西这样相隔遥远的国家
»He looked down at the traffic far below.
他俯视下方远处的行人车辆。
»Far away in the distance, a train whistled.
远处有一辆火车鸣笛。
»The farther north they went, the colder it became.
他们愈往北去,天气就变得愈冷。
»a concert of music from near and far
来自四面八方的音乐的演奏会
【HELP】In positive sentences it is more usual to use a long way : We went a long way. We went far.
»The restaurant is a long way from here.
• 肯定句较常用 a long way:We went a long way. 不作 We went far. / The restaurant is a long way from here. 2. used when you are asking or talking about the distance between ten places or the distance that has been travelled or is to be travelled • (问到或谈及距离时说)有多远,远(至):
»How far is it to your house from here?
从这儿到你家有多远?
»How much further is it?
还有多远?
»Weˈll go by train as far as London, and then take a bus.
我们坐火车到伦敦,然后转乘公共汽车。
»We didnˈt go as far as the others.
我们不如其他人走得远。
»Iˈm not sure I can walk so far.
我没有把握能步行这么远。
›› TIME 时间 3. far (back / ahead) | far (into sth) a long time from the present; for a large part of a particular period of time • 久;远:
»The band made their first record as far back as 1990.
这个乐队早在 1990 年就录制了他们的第一张唱片。
»Letˈs try to plan further ahead.
咱们尽量计划得更长远些。
»We worked far into the night.
我们工作到深夜。
›› DEGREE 程度 4. very much; to a great degree • 非常;很大程度上;远远;大大:
»Thatˈs a far better idea.
那个主意好得多。
»There are far more opportunities for young people than there used to be.
现在年轻人的机会比过去多得多。
»It had been a success far beyond their expectations.
成功之大远远超过他们的预期。
»Heˈs fallen far behind in his work.
他的工作大大落后了。
»She always gives us far too much homework.
她总是让我们做多得不得了的家庭作业。
5. used when you are asking or talking about the degree to which sth is true or possible • (问到或谈及程度时说)有多大,直(至):
»How far can we trust him?
我们能够信任他到什么程度?
»His parents supported him as far as they could.
他的父母全力支持他。
»Plan your route in advance, using main roads as far as possible.
预先安排好你的路线,尽量走大路。
›› PROGRESS 进展 6. used to talk about how much progress has been made in doing or achieving sth • 进展程度:
»How far have you got with that report?
你那个报告写得怎么样了?
»I read as far as the third chapter.
我读到了第三章。
--› note at farther 【IDIOMS】 as far as the eye can / could ˈsee • to the horizon (= where the sky meets the land or sea) • 极目所尽:
»The bleak moorland stretched on all sides as far as the eye could see.
荒凉的旷野向四面伸展开去,一望无际。
as far as I ˈknow | as far as I can reˈmember, ˈsee, ˈtell, etc. • used to say that you think you know, remember, understand, etc. sth but you cannot be completely sure, especially because you do not know all the facts • 就我所知;尽我所记得的;依我看:
»As far as we knew, there was no cause for concern.
就我们所知,没有什么须要担心的。
»As far as I can see, youˈve done nothing wrong.
依我看,你没有做错任何事。
»She lived in Chicago, as far as I can remember.
据我所记得的,她过去住在芝加哥。
as / so far as ˈI am concerned • used to give your personal opinion on sth • 就我而言:
»As far as I am concerned, you can do what you like.
就我而言,你想干什么就可以干什么。
as / so far as sb / sth is concerned | as / so far as sb / sth goes • used to give facts or an opinion about a particular aspect of sth • 就…而言 as / so far as it ˈgoes • to a limited degree, usually less than is sufficient • 在一定程度上(通常指不足):
»Itˈs a good plan as far as it goes, but there are a lot of things they havenˈt thought of.
这计划还算不错,不过还有很多事情没有考虑到。
by ˈfar (used with comparative or superlative adjectives or adverbs 与形容词、副词的比较级或最高级连用) • by a great amount • 大大地;…得多:
»The last of these reasons is by far the most important.
这些理由中最后一条比其他的重要得多。
»Amy is the smartest by far.
埃米显然最聪明。
carry / take sth too ˈfar • to continue doing sth beyond reasonable limits • 做得过分 far and aˈway (followed by comparative or superlative adjectives 后接形容词比较级或最高级) • by a very great amount • 远为;大大地:
»Sheˈs far and away the best player.
她是当之无愧的最佳选手。
far and ˈwide • over a large area • 到处;各处;广泛地:
»They searched far and wide for the missing child.
他们四处搜寻失踪的小孩。
far be it from me to do sth (but...) • (informal) used when you are just about to disagree with sb or to criticize them and you would like them to think that you do not really want to do this • (要表示不同意和批评但又希望对方感到自己并非真正想要这样做):
»Far be it from me to interfere in your affairs but I would like to give you just six piece of advice.
我绝不想干涉你的事,我只不过想给你一个忠告。
far from sth / from doing sth • almost the opposite of sth or of what is expected • 几乎相反;远非:
»It is far from clear (= it is not clear) what he intends to do.
他打算怎样做一点都不清楚。
»Computers, far from destroying jobs, can create employment.
计算机远非破坏就业,而是能创造就业。
far ˈfrom it • (informal) used to say that the opposite of what sb says is true • 完全相反;绝非;远非如此:
»ˈYouˈre not angry then?ˈ ˈFar from it. Iˈve never laughed so much in my life.ˈ
"那么你不生气?" "非但没有生气,我一生中还没有这样笑过呢。"
go ˈfar (of people 人) • to be very successful in the future • 有远大前程:
»She is very talented and should go far.
她天赋很高,会很有出息。
go far enough (used in questions and negative sentences 用于疑问句和否定句) • to achieve all that is wanted • 达到目的:
»The new legislation is welcome but does not go far enough.
新法规受到欢迎,但力度还不够大。
»Do these measures go far enough?
这些措施能不能解决问题?
»(disapproving) Stop it now. The joke has gone far enough (= it has continued too long).
行啦,这玩笑开得太久了。
go so / as far as to... • to be willing to go to extreme or surprising limits in dealing with sth • 竟然;甚至:
»I wouldnˈt go as far as to say that heˈs a liar (= but I think he may be slightly dishonest).
我倒不想说他是个骗子(不过我认为他可能有点不老实)。
go too ˈfar | go ˈthis / ˈthat far • to behave in an extreme way that is not acceptable • 走得太远;做得过分:
»Heˈs always been quite crude, but this time heˈs gone too far.
他一向很粗鲁,但这次太过分了。
»I never thought sheˈd go this far.
我绝没有想到她会做得这么过分。
in so / as ˈfar as • to the degree that • 到…程度;在…范围:
»Thatˈs the truth, in so far as I know it.
就我所知,那是真实情况。
not far ˈoff / ˈout / ˈwrong •(informal) almost correct • 几乎正确:
»Your guess wasnˈt far out at all.
你猜得几乎一点不错。
not go ˈfar 1. (of money 钱) to not be enough to buy a lot of things • 不够买,买不了(许多东西):
»Five pounds doesnˈt go very far these days.
这年头五英镑买不了多少东西。
2. (of a supply of sth 某物的供应) to not be enough for what is needed • 不充足;不够用:
»Four bottles of wine wonˈt go far among twenty people.
四瓶酒不够二十人喝。
ˈso far | ˈthus far • until now; up to this point • 到目前为止;迄今为止;到这点为止:
»What do you think of the show so far?
到目前为止你觉得这场演出怎么样?
»Detectives are so far at a loss to explain the reason for his death.
至今侦探仍茫然无法解释他的死因。
ˌso ˈfar •(informal) only to a limited degree • 仅到一定程度;只在有限范围内:
»I trust him only so far.
我只相信他到这个程度。
ˌso far, so ˈgood • (saying) used to say that things have been successful until now and you hope they will continue to do so, but you know the task, etc. is not finished yet • 到目前为止,一切还算顺利 --› more at afield , few adj., near adv. adj. (far∙ther, far∙thest or fur∙ther, fur∙thest) [only before noun] ›› DISTANT 距离大 1. at a greater distance away from you • 较远的:
»I saw her on the far side of the road.
我看见她在马路对面。
»at the far end of the room
在房间的另一头
»They made for an empty table in the far corner.
他们走向对面那个角落的空桌子。
2. at the furthest point in a particular direction • (某方向的)最远的,远端的:
»the far north of Scotland
苏格兰的最北边
»Who is that on the far left of the photograph?
相片上最左边的那个人是谁?
»She is on the far right of the party (= holds extreme right-wing political views).
她是党内的极右分子。
3. (old-fashioned) or (literary) • a long distance away • 远的;远方的;遥远的:
»a far country
远方的国家
a far cry from sth • a very different experience from sth • 和…相去甚远;与…大相迳庭 【SYN】 remote
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