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(亦作 hallohullo)
used as a greeting
(用于打招呼或问候)哈罗, 喂:

hello there, Katie!

喂, 卡蒂!

used to begin a telephone conversation

Hello? Connor speaking.


Brit. used to express surprise

hello, what's all this then?

嘿, 这是怎么一回事?

used as a cry to attract someone's attention

'Hello below!' he cried.

“喂, 注意下面!”他叫道。

used informally to express sarcasm or anger

Hello! Did you even get what the play was about?


(pl. -os)
an utterance of 'hello'; a greeting.
“喂”的招呼声; 打招呼, 问候。
(-oes, -oed)no obj.
say or shout 'hello'; greet someone
说(或大声叫)“喂”; 打招呼。
late 19th cent.: variant of earlier hollo; related to HOLLA.

HELLO1 ways to say hello2 ways to say hello to someone when you first meet them3 ways to ask someone to say hello to someone else for you4 to say hello to someoneRELATED WORDSoppositeGOODBYEsee alsoMEET1 ways to say hello 向某人打招呼的说法 hello /həˈləʊ, he-/ Hello, Sally. How are you doing today? 哈罗,萨莉,你今天怎么样? Hello. Could I speak to someone in customer service? 喂,请找客户服务部的人。 ‘Hello, Mr Decker.’ ‘Hello, John. I didn't expect to see you here.’ “你好,德克尔先生。”“你好,约翰,没想到在这儿碰见你。” hi informal /hiya informal /hey American informal /haɪ, ˈhaɪjə, heɪ/ say this when you are greeting someone, especially a friend or relative. Hiya and hey are more informal than hi, and you say them to people you know very well 喂,嗨〔尤用于朋友或亲人之间;hiya和hey比hi更为非正式,用于很熟悉的人〕 Hi, Gwen - did you have a nice weekend? 喂,格温—周末过得愉快吗? Hi. I'm just calling to see if you'd like to come over for dinner tonight. 嗨,我打电话来只是想问问晚上你想不想过来吃晚饭。 Hiya, Jake. How's it going? 嗨,杰克,你好吗? Hey, Scott. What's up, buddy? 嗨,斯科特,怎么啦,老兄? hi there informal hey there American informal /ˈhaɪ ðeəʳ, ˈheɪ ðeəʳ/ say this when you are greeting someone, especially someone you did not expect to see 嗨〔尤和你没想到会见到的人打招呼〕 Hi there, Mark! Did you have trouble getting here? 嗨,马克!你来这里是不是不好找? Hey there, stranger. We haven't seen you around here for a long time. 嗨,稀客呀,我们好久没见到你来这里了。 how are you?/how are you doing? /how's it going? informal /haʊ ˈɑːʳ juː, ˌhaʊ əʳ juː ˈduːɪŋ, ˌhaʊz ɪt ˈgəʊɪŋ/ say this when you are greeting someone and starting a conversation 你好吗?你怎么样? How's it going, Tom? I haven't seen you for a long time. 怎么样,汤姆?好久没有看到你了。 Morning, Bob. How are you today? 早,鲍勃,今天好吗? Hi, Val. How are you doing? Did you get the job? 嗨,瓦尔,你怎么样?得到那份工作了吗? morning/afternoon/evening /ˈmɔːʳnɪŋ, ˌɑːftəʳˈnuːn ǁˌæf-, ˈiːvnɪŋ/ say this as a quick greeting at a particular time of day, especially when you work with the person you are greeting and see them regularly 早上好/下午好/晚上好〔尤对同事或经常见面的人说〕 Morning, everyone. Sorry I'm late. 各位早,不好意思我来晚了。 Afternoon, Sheila - got time for a quick cup of coffee? 下午好,希拉—有空喝杯咖啡吗? Evening, all! Can I buy anyone a drink? 大家晚上好!我来请大家喝一杯好吗? good morning/afternoon/evening /gʊd ˈmɔːʳnɪŋ, ˌɑːftəʳˈnuːnǁ-ˌæf-, ˈiːvnɪŋ/ formal say this to greet someone at a particular time of the day 【正式】早上好/下午好/晚上好 Good afternoon. I have a three o'clock appointment with Ms. Davis. 下午好,我和戴维斯女士3点钟有个约会。 Good morning, class! To start with I have a couple of announcements. 同学们,早上好!首先,我有几件事情要宣布。 Good evening, Ray. Let me introduce David Bruce. 晚上好,雷姆。我来介绍一下,这位是戴维·布鲁斯。2 ways to say hello to someone when you first meet them 与某人初次见面时打招呼的说法 hello /həˈləʊ, he-/ ‘Dad, this is Kevin.’ ‘Hello, Kevin. Andrea's told me a lot about you.’ “爸爸,这是凯文。”“你好,凯文。安德烈亚经常跟我说起你。”hello, I'm.../hello, my name's... Hello, I'm Alan Simmons. I work in the production team. 你好。我是艾伦·西蒙斯。我在生产部工作。 pleased/good/nice to meet you /ˌpliːzd, ˌgʊd, ˌnaɪs tə ˈmiːt juː/ say this when you meet someone for the first time and have just been told their name 很高兴认识你〔用于初次见面并刚知道某人姓名时〕 ‘Richard, this is my brother Ronnie.’ ‘Nice to meet you, Ronnie.’ “理查德,这是我哥哥龙尼。”“很高兴认识你,龙尼。” Mrs. Parrish, it's good to meet you after hearing Lynn talk so much about you. 帕里什夫人,很高兴认识你,琳恩经常讲起你。 ‘My name is Lena Curtis.’ ‘Pleased to meet you, I'm David Bennet.’ “我叫利纳·柯蒂斯。”“很高兴认识你,我是戴维·贝内特。” how do you do /ˌhaʊ djə ˈduː/ formal say this when you are meeting someone for the first time, especially when you have just been told their name 【正式】幸会;你好〔尤用于刚知道某人姓名时〕 How do you do, sir. My name is Greg Dunbar. 你好,先生,我的名字叫格雷格·邓巴。 ‘Sue, this is Mr. Vance.’ ‘Oh, how do you do.’ “休,这是万斯先生。”“噢,幸会。”3 ways to ask someone to say hello to someone else for you 请某人代向他人问好的说法 say hello/say hi (for somebody) /ˌseɪ həˈləʊ, ˌseɪ ˈhaɪ (fəʳ somebody )/ [verb phrase] By the way, Dad says hi! 顺便说一句,爸爸向你问好!say hello/say hi (for sb) to I'd better go now. Say hello to Shelley for me, will you? 现在我得走了,替我向谢利问好,好吗? send your love /ˌsend jɔːʳ ˈlʌv/ [verb phrase] to ask someone to give your loving greetings to someone else when they see them, write to them etc 向…问候 Nick's sorry he couldn't be here, but he sends his love. 尼克很抱歉他不能来这里,但是他向你问候。send your love to Aunt Mary sends her love to you and the children. 玛丽阿姨请我替她向你和孩子们问好。 send your regards /ˌsend jɔːʳ rɪˈgɑːʳdz/ [verb phrase] to ask someone to give your greetings to someone else when they see them, write to them etc 向…问候 I talked to Steven on the phone the other day and he sends his regards. 前几天我和史蒂文通了电话,他让我向你问好。 give my love/regards to also give somebody my love/regards /ˌgɪv maɪ ˈlʌv, rɪˈgɑːʳdz tə somebody, ˌgɪv somebody maɪ ˈlʌv, rɪˈgɑːʳdz/ [verb phrase] use this to ask someone to give your greetings to someone else when they see them, write to them etc - use give my love to somebody especially about family or close friends 代我问候〔某人; Give my love to your mother when you see her. 见到你母亲代我问候她。 Have a wonderful evening and give Tim my regards. 祝你晚上玩得开心,还有代我向蒂姆问好。4 to say hello to someone 和某人打招呼 say hello /ˌseɪ həˈləʊ/ [verb phrase] The two men said hello and shook hands. 那两人打招呼握手。 I saw Mrs Trevors in the village, and she didn't even say hello! 我在村里碰见特雷弗斯太太,她竟然连招呼也不打! I just wanted to call and say hello and find out how you're doing. 我打电话只是来问候一下,看你们怎么样了。 greet /griːt/ [transitive verb] to say hello to someone when they arrive, showing that you are pleased to see them 招呼,问候 She greeted each of the guests as they came through the door. 客人进门,她一一招呼他们。 Mr Grimshaw got up from behind his desk to greet me and offer me a chair. 格里姆肖先生从桌子后面站起来迎接我,并给我一把椅子坐下。 greeting /ˈgriːtɪŋ/ [plural noun] the words you use to say hello to someone when they arrive and show that you are pleased to see them 问候,招呼 Michelle shouted out a greeting from across the room. 米歇尔从房间那边大声地打招呼。 Siegfried bustled in, muttered a greeting, and began to pour his coffee. 西格弗里德急匆匆地进来,咕咕哝哝地打了声招呼,就开始倒咖啡。exchange greetings greet someone and be greeted by them 互相问候 Jim paused next to the fence to exchange greetings with his neighbor on the other side. 吉姆在篱笆旁边停下来,和另一边的邻居互相问候。 welcome /ˈwelkəm/ [transitive verb] to greet someone who has arrived for the first time in your town, home, office etc, and show that you are glad they have come 迎候,迎接,欢迎 The visitors were welcomed at reception and shown where to go. 接待处的人员接待来宾,并告知他们如何走。 Texans tend to welcome newcomers and go out of their way to be friendly. 得克萨斯人总是热情接待新来的人,特意表示友好。 welcome [singular noun] give somebody a warm welcome welcome someone in a very friendly way 热烈欢迎某人 Their guests were given a very warm welcome on arrival. 他们的客人到来的时候受到了非常热情的欢迎。


/heˈləʊ; hə-; ˈheləʊ/interj.
1.(general greeting)你好(问候语)

Hello, Richard, how are you?你好, 理查德, 怎么样啊?

'Hello, can I come in?' I called.“你好, 我能进来吗?”我喊道。

2.(greeting on phone)喂(打电话用的招呼语)

Hello, can I speak to Frank, please?喂, 请问弗兰克在吗?

He picked up the phone. 'Hello?'他拿起电话说:“喂?”

3.(expression of surprise)嘿(表示吃惊)

'Hello!' Charlie said. 'What's this?'“嘿!”查尔斯说道, “这是什么?”

4.(call to attract attention)喂(用于引起注意)

Hello, is there anyone there?喂, 有人在吗?

Hello, can anyone hear me?喂, 有人能听见吗?

5.(suggesting listener is slow to understand)喔唷(用于表示认为听话人幼稚或反应慢)

Hello, don't you know Paris is in France?喔唷, 难道你不知道巴黎在法国吗?

6.to say hello to sb和某人打招呼

Do you want to pop your head in and say hello to my girlfriend?你要不要露个脸和我女朋友打声招呼?


/heˈləʊ; hə-; ˈheləʊ/n.( 复hellos)

The salesperson greeted me with a warm hello.这个推销员很热情地跟我打招呼。

hel·lo (hĕ-lō, hə-)
Used to greet someone, answer the telephone, or express surprise.
n. pl. hel·los
A calling or greeting of "hello."
intr.v. hel·loed, hel·lo·ing, hel·loes
To call "hello."

[Alteration of hallo, alteration of obsolete holla, stop!, perhaps from Old French hola : ho, ho! + la, there (from Latin illāc, that way).]

Also: Hello!

hello (also hullo especially in BrE) (BrE also hallo) /həˈləʊ; NAmEhəˈloʊ/ exclamation, noun (pl. hellos, hullos, hallos) 1. used as a greeting when you meet sb, when you answer the telephone or when you want to attract sb's attention (用于问候、接电话或引起注意)哈罗,喂,你好Hello John, how are you? 哈罗,约翰,你好吗?Hello, is there anybody there? 喂,那里有人吗?Say hello to Liz for me. 替我向利兹问好。They exchanged hellos (= said hello to each other) and forced smiles. 他们相互打个招呼,勉强笑笑。2. (BrE) used to show that you are surprised by sth (表示惊讶)嘿Hello, hello, what's going on here? 嘿,嘿,这是在干吗?3. (informal) used to show that you think sb has said sth stupid or is not paying attention (认为别人说了蠢话或分心)喂,嘿Hello? You didn't really mean that, did you? 嘿?你不会真是那个意思吧?I'm like, ‘Hello! Did you even listen?’ 我说:“嘿!你到底有没有听我说话?” see also golden hello MORE ABOUT 补充说明greetings 打招呼 Hello is the most usual word and is used in all situations, including answering the telephone. * Hello 最为常用,用于所有场合,包括接电话。 Hi is more informal and is now very common. * Hi 较非正式,现在使用很普遍。 How are you? or How are you doing? (very informal) often follow Hello and Hi. * How are you? 或 How are you doing?(非常口语化)常用于 Hello 和 Hi 之后:‘Hello, Mark.’ ‘Oh, hi, Kathy! How are you?’ “马克,你好。” “噢,凯西,你好!最近好吗?” Good morning is often used by members of a family or people who work together when they see each other for the first time in the day. It can also be used in formal situations and on the telephone. In informal speech, people may just say Morning. * Good morning 常在家庭成员或同事之间一天中第一次见面时说,亦可用于正式场合和电话中。在非正式谈话中,可只说 Morning。 Good afternoon and Good evening are much less common. Good night is not used to greet somebody, but only to say goodbye late in the evening or when you are going to bed. * Good afternoon 和 Good evening 少用得多。Good night 只在晚上说再见或上床睡觉前说,不用以打招呼。If you are meeting someone for the first time, you can say Pleased to meet you or Nice to meet you (less formal). Some people use How do you do? in formal situations. The correct reply to this is How do you do? . 第一次与人见面时可说 Pleased to meet you 或 Nice to meet you(较非正式)。在正式场合有些人用 How do you do? ,正确的回答是 How do you do?。hello hellos hello /həˈləʊ; NAmEhəˈloʊ/

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