sophisticated / səˈfɪs tɪˌkeɪ tɪd /


sophisticated 的定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. altered by education, experience, etc., so as to be worldly-wise; not naive: a sophisticated young socialite;the sophisticated eye of an experienced journalist.
  2. pleasing or satisfactory to the tastes of sophisticates, or people who are educated, cultured, and worldly-wise: sophisticated music.
  3. deceptive; misleading.
  4. complex or intricate, as a system, process, piece of machinery, or the like: a sophisticated electronic control system.
  5. of, for, or reflecting educated taste, knowledgeable use, etc.: Many Americans are drinking more sophisticated wines now.

sophisticated 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

cosmopolitan, cultured

adj. 形容词 adjective

complex, advanced


  1. If you want to change someone’s behavior, you can try all manner of sophisticated manipulation techniques.
  2. The way we have been thinking about it is to use technology to approach this in a more sophisticated way.
  3. That process got even more sophisticated, he said, in the early 2000s when political data operations began categorizing voters by how early they tended to send in their ballots.
  4. Japan and South Korea already have highly sophisticated nuclear power industries, and supply reactors to most of the world — the Emirati reactor is of Korean design.
  5. One of the richest tech companies, with some of the most sophisticated AI capabilities, had just paired up with one of the world’s top makers of robots.
  6. Sophisticated, nuanced, melodious pop music, that sweeps you away.
  7. With this sophisticated tone set, the shop opened and developed a clientele.
  8. It has always featured the very best voices and employed the most sophisticated stagecraft of any opera house.
  9. This was the most sophisticated global tracking system ever devised, and it worked with lethal efficiency.
  10. Even in the most sophisticated echelons of the media ecosystem, the fix was in.
  11. He possessed the same personal charm as Tchaikovsky, but was far more sophisticated and self-conscious.
  12. I suppose I can't hope to be quite such a belle as if I had lived in those less-sophisticated days, but who knows?
  13. Accustomed to women of a more sophisticated class, Jean had at first taken her navet for the height of subtlety.
  14. The subject of the moral reflections at the end is self-delusion in the particular form of sophisticated vanity.
  15. We have a very conservative, fastidious, and sophisticated constituency; and this is one of the limitations by which we are bound.