/ 5hju:mEn; `hjumEn/ adj
of or characteristic of man (contrasted with God, animals or machines) 人的, 显示人的本性的(以别於神的﹑ 动物的或机器的): a human skull 人的头盖骨 * human anatomy, affairs, behaviour 人体解剖学﹑ 人的事情﹑ 人的行为 * a terrible loss of human life 人命的巨大损失 * This food is not fit for human consumption. 这种食物不宜人类食用. * We must allow for human error. 我们应该考虑到有人为的错误. * Even she makes mistakes occasionally she's only human. 即便是她偶尔犯一些错误--她也是人哪.
(approv 褒) having or showing the better qualities of man; kind; good 有良好品性的; 有人情的; 好心肠的: She'll understand and forgive; she's really quite human. 她是能谅解的, 她是个大好人.
(idm 习语) the milk of human kindness => milk1. to err is human => err.
> human n = human being.
humankind / 9hju:mEn5kaInd; `hjumEn9kaInd/ n [U] (fml 文) = mankind.
humanly adv
1 in a human way 以人的方式; 人道地; 有人性地.
2 by human means; within human ability 用人力; 在人力所能及的范围: The doctors did all that was humanly possible. 医生们已尽了最大的力量了.
# ,human `being man, woman or child; person 男人﹑ 女人或孩子; 人.
,human `interest aspect of a newspaper story, etc that interests people because it describes the experiences, feelings, etc of individuals (报纸报道等中描写个人的遭遇﹑ 感情等的)人情世故.
,human `nature general characteristics and feelings common to all people 人性: You can't change human nature. 人的本性难移.
the ,human `race human beings collectively; mankind 人(总称); 人类. =>Usage at man 1 用法见manman1.
,human `rights rights which it is generally thought that every living person should have, eg the right to freedom, justice, etc 人权.