genius / ˈdʒin yəs /


genius 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural gen·ius·es for 2, 3, 8, gen·i·i [jee-nee-ahy] /ˈdʒi niˌaɪ/ for 6, 7, 9, 10.

  1. an exceptional natural capacity of intellect, especially as shown in creative and original work in science, art, music, etc.: the genius of Mozart.
  2. a person having such capacity.
  3. a person having an extraordinarily high intelligence rating on a psychological test, as an IQ above 140.
  4. natural ability or capacity; strong inclination: a special genius for leadership.
  5. distinctive character or spirit, as of a nation, period, or language.
  6. the guardian spirit of a place, institution, etc.
  7. either of two mutually opposed spirits, one good and the other evil, supposed to attend a person throughout life.
  8. a person who strongly influences for good or ill the character, conduct, or destiny of a person, place, or thing: Rasputin, the evil genius of Russian politics.
  9. Islamic Mythology. jinn; genie.
  10. genie.

genius 近义词

n. 名词 noun

gift of high intellect


  1. For example, if you’re skilled in Photoshop and you meet someone who is a genius with video editing, you all could agree to use your talents to help the other.
  2. He wasn’t some sort of genius, but he was good at reading people in terms of who was vulnerable, what their vulnerabilities were.
  3. A large part of the impetus to start Camelback was just this feeling that we have a genius in our communities of color and we’re not necessarily leveraging those for social change.
  4. We have a genius in our communities of color and we’re not necessarily leveraging those for social change.
  5. We’re not all geniuses with Einstein-like hair that are antisocial and just have Eureka moments all the time.
  6. Bonauto, now an official MacArthur genius, is rightly known as the Thurgood Marshall of the marriage movement.
  7. And this song is just absolute genius and totally universal.
  8. But the comedic genius was wrong; success in most dimensions of the human enterprise is showing up at the right time.
  9. The problem is, how do you find a movie narrative that can explain genius, British or otherwise?
  10. In that case the device was to put the genius in opposition to a majority of established cultural tastes and codes.
  11. God has placed the genius of women in their hearts; because the works of this genius are always works of love.
  12. When Yima pressed the earth with this ring, the genius of the Earth, Aramaîti, responded to his wish and order.
  13. Even genius, however, needs direction and adjustment to secure the most perfect and reliable results.
  14. The universal ignorance of the working class broke down the aspiring force of genius.
  15. However, I have felt some comfort in knowing that it is not Liszt's genius alone that makes him such a player.