self-conscious的中文翻译是什么意思

self-conscious

US/ˈsɛlfˈkɑnʃəs/
UK/ˈselfˈkɔnʃəs/

adj. 害羞的,不自然的; 忸怩的; <哲><心>有自我意识的; 自觉的

self-conscious柯林斯释义

ADJ-GRADED忸怩的;害羞的;难为情的;不自然的

Someone who is self-conscious is easily embarrassed and nervous because they feel that everyone is looking at them and judging them.

  • I felt a bit self-conscious in my swimming costume...

    我穿着游泳衣觉得有点害羞。

  • Bess was self-conscious about being shorter than her two friends.

    贝丝因比她的两个朋友个子都矮而感到很不自在。

ADJ-GRADED有强烈自我意识的;高度自觉的

If you describe someone or something as self-conscious, you mean that they are strongly aware of who or what they are.

  • They were forged by them, moreover, into a self-conscious nation as early as the 10th century...

    另外,早在10世纪,他们就被其锻造成了一个具有自我意识的民族。

  • Putting the work together is a very self-conscious process.

    把作品整个呈现出来是一个显示出强烈自我意识的过程。

self-conscious英文释义

Adjective

1. aware of yourself as an individual or of your own being and actions and thoughts;

  • self-conscious awareness
  • self-conscious about their roles as guardians of the social values"- D.M.Potter

2. excessively and uncomfortably conscious of your appearance or behavior;

  • self-conscious teenagers
  • wondered if she could ever be untidy without feeling self-conscious about it

self-conscious场景例句

Students are usually too shy to talk and too self conscious to respond to the teacher.

学生们通常会因太害羞而不敢开口或不能对老师做出回应.

self-conscious词性变形

self-consciouslyself-consciousness