byzantine / ˈbɪz ənˌtin, -ˌtaɪn, ˈbaɪ zən-, bɪˈzæn tɪn /


byzantine2 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. of or relating to Byzantium.
  2. of or relating to the Byzantine Empire.
  3. noting or pertaining to the architecture of the Byzantine Empire and to architecture influenced by or imitating it: characterized by masonry construction, round arches, impost blocks, low domes on pendentives, the presence of fine, spiky foliage patterns in low relief on stone capitals and moldings, and the use of frescoes, mosaics, and revetments of fine stone to cover whole interiors.
n. 名词 noun
  1. a native or inhabitant of Byzantium.

byzantine 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective



  1. For the rest of us—and for those who don't want to put up with the Byzantine procedures necessary to install Microsoft 365 apps on Remote Desktop Servers—there's Office 2019 now, and there will be Office 2021 later this year.
  2. Washington is a Byzantine place, where protocol and permission dictate so much.
  3. Historians have often downplayed the political and cultural role of the Secret History in Byzantine society.
  4. The assumption is that it was rarely read by Byzantine subjects.
  5. There are many ways for the system to go awry, but usually it’s because the administrative agency, the applicant, the employer or some combination of them made a mistake somewhere in the Byzantine claims process.
  6. Rather, it precipitated a month-long diplomatic crisis of byzantine complexity that exposed deeper, long-term sources of conflict.
  7. Yalta was great for strolls along the sea during the Byzantine, Ottoman and Russian empires.
  8. A leitmotif on journalism threads through this often-byzantine narrative.
  9. But the vividly painted remains are still considered by UNESCO to be one of the best examples of post-iconoclastic Byzantine art.
  10. American multinational companies may be best known today for their byzantine strategies to minimize their U.S. taxes.
  11. The schism was not confined to the narrow limits of the Byzantine empire.
  12. It was reserved for Finlay to depict, with greater knowledge and a juster perception, the lights and shades of Byzantine history.
  13. The corrupt Gothic of Venice furnishes us with a curious instance of the one, and the corrupt Byzantine of the other.
  14. At Verona it is, indeed, less Byzantine, but possesses a character of richness and tenderness almost peculiar to that city.
  15. Now observe, the old Byzantine mosaicist begins his work at enormous disadvantage.