英 [‘ætɪtjuːd] 美 [‘ætɪtuːd] n. 态度；看法；姿势
attitude 高中必修500&[话题]2006年天津卷阅读理解E篇 全国卷频次:13 教材出处:译林版必修B1U1
n. attitudes 1
My attitude changed from then on.
This knowledge carries over in their attitude toward their future relationships.
What is the author’s attitude to 58% of readers?
Attitude is an internal state that influences the choices of personal action made by the individual.
attitude towards 态度，看法
positive attitude 积极态度
attitude toward 对…的态度；意见
negative attitude 消极态度
attitude is everything 态度决定一切
attitude angle 姿态角，空间方位角
attitude measurement 态度测定；个性测定
aesthetic attitude 审美态度；美感态度
attitude to win 渴望胜利
attitude of mind 思想方法；观点
aggressive attitude 侵犯态度
social attitude 社会态度
attitude change 态度改变
attitude survey 态度调查
態度,看法(to,toward,about);姿勢The conclusion includes my attitude toward his rudeness.結論包含了我對他的粗魯所持的態度.
1. [C] ~ (to / towards sb / sth) the way that you think and feel about sb / sth; the way that you behave towards sb / sth that shows how you think and feel
changes in public attitudes to marriage
the government’s attitude towards single parents
to have a good / bad / positive / negative attitude towards sb / sth
Youth is simply an attitude of mind.
If you want to pass your exams you’d better change your attitude!
You’re taking a pretty selfish attitude over this, aren’t you?
A lot of drivers have a serious attitude problem (= they do not behave in a way that is acceptable to other people).
2. [U] confident, sometimes aggressive behaviour that shows you do not care about other people’s opinions and that you want to do things in an individual way
a band with attitude
You’d better get rid of that attitude and shape up, young man.
3. [C] (formal) a position of the body
Her hands were folded in an attitude of prayer.
⇨ see strike v.
1 [countable, uncountable] the opinions and feelings that you usually have about something, especially when this is shown in your behaviour 〔尤指通过行为表现出的对某事的一般〕看法，态度
As soon as they found out I was a doctor, their whole attitude changed.
The people have a very positive attitude to life.
2 [uncountable] informal a style of dressing, behaving etc that shows you have the confidence to do unusual and exciting things without caring what other people think 我行我素的作风
a coat with attitude
—attitudinal /ˌætəˈtjuːdənəl $ -ˈtuː-/ adjective
Origin attitude (1600-1700) French Late Latin aptitudo “fitness”, from Latin aptus; → APT
1.N-VAR 可变名词（尤指从行为中表现出来的）态度，看法 Your attitude to something is the way that you think and feel about it, especially when this shows in the way you behave.
【搭配模式】：usu with supp
…the general change in attitude towards handicapped people…
Being unemployed produces negative attitudes to work…
His attitude made me angry…
I don’t think it’s fair to accuse me of having an attitude problem.
2.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词个人风格;（尤指）咄咄逼人的作派 If you refer to someone as a person with attitude, you mean that they have a striking and individual style of behaviour, especially a forceful or aggressive one.
Patti Smith and Janis Joplin did it all years ago and they were women with attitude and talent.
3.PHRASE 短语思想方法;感情 Your attitude of mind is your general way of thinking and feeling.
Writing calls for a critical attitude of mind that he did not possess.
[count] : the way you think and feel about someone or something态度；看法
He has a positive/negative attitude about the changes.
— often + to, toward, or towards
I don’t understand your attitude to money.
She’s studying how attitudes toward death vary from culture to culture.
He wants to change the hostile attitude they have toward technology.
[count] : a feeling or way of thinking that affects a person’s behavior态度；姿态
He has an aggressive/rebellious attitude. [=he behaves toward other people in an aggressive/rebellious way] 他的态度咄咄逼人。
She’s friendly and has a good attitude.
You need to change your bad attitude.
There’s been a change/shift in his attitude since his accident.
She has an attitude problem. [=she is not friendly or cooperative] 她的态度很差。
a : a way of thinking and behaving that people regard as unfriendly, rude, etc.（不友好的、粗鲁的）态度
[count] I don’t know what her problem is. She has a real attitude.
I suggest you get rid of that attitude and shape up.
[noncount] He was showing some attitude during practice today, so the coach benched him.
b [noncount] : a strong, confident, or impressive quality我行我素的做派；个性
a band/movie with attitude
[count] formal : a particular way of positioning your body姿势
She bowed her head in an attitude of prayer.