副词: antiquely 名词: antiqueness 过去式: antiqued 过去分词: antiqued 现在分词: antiquing 第三人称单数: antiques
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n. antiques 2
Gifts and antiques, plant sales, museums & Mediaeval Hall Tearoom.
Here I am going to offer some advice on collecting antique clocks, which I personally consider are among the most interesting of antiques.
antique furniture 古董家具；古典家具；古式家具
antique shop 古董店
antique brass 古铜色
古式的,過時的n.有價值的古物,古董The antique is a fake.那古董是一件贗品.
an·tique / An5ti:k /
[usually before noun] (of furniture, jewellery, etc. 家具、珠宝等) old and often valuable
an antique mahogany desk
an object such as a piece of furniture that is old and often valuable
Priceless antiques were destroyed in the fire.
an antique shop (= one that sells antiques )
an antique dealer (= a person who sells antiques )
an antique rosewood desk
► see thesaurus at old
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antique2 ●○○ noun [countable] antique_chair.jpga piece of furniture, jewellery etc that was made a very long time ago and is therefore valuable 古董，古玩，古物
The palace is full of priceless antiques.
They bought the clock at an antique shop in Bath.
an antique dealer (=someone who buys and sells antiques)
Origin antique1 (1400-1500) French Latin antiquus, from ante “before”
1.N-COUNT 可数名词古物；古玩；古董 An antique is an old object such as a piece of china or furniture which is valuable because of its beauty or rarity.
【搭配模式】：oft N n
…a genuine antique.
…antique silver jewellery…
He finds material at auctions, antique shops and flea markets.
: belonging to an earlier period, style, or fashion : old and often valuable古老的；古董的
an antique clock/car
Synonyms see: old
2 antique /ænˈtiːk/ noun
plural antiques [count] : art, furniture, jewelry, etc., that was made at an earlier time and is often valuable古物；古董；文物
She collects antiques.
That car is an antique.
— often used before another noun常用于另一名词前
an antique collector/dealer/shop