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original 的同义词

(形容词) 
Definition
first or earliest
The Dayaks were the original inhabitants of Borneo.
同义词
first
The first men of this race lived like gods.
the first few flakes of snow
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earliest
This is the earliest confirmed case of AIDS in the world.
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early
early man's cultural development
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aboriginal
The country's aboriginal people have been marginalized and forgotten.
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primitive
primitive birds from the dinosaur era
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primordial
Twenty million years ago this was dense primordial forest.
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primeval
a vast expanse of primeval swamp
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autochthonous
(形容词) 
Definition
first or earliest
Let's stick to the original plan.
同义词
initial
The initial reaction has been excellent.
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starting
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opening
the season's opening game
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inaugural
In his inaugural address, he appealed for understanding.
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commencing
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introductory
an introductory course in religion and theology
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
being the first and genuine form of something, from which a copy or translation is made
The company specializes in selling original movie posters.
同义词
authentic
patterns for making authentic border-style clothing
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real
the smell of real leather
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actual
They are using local actors or the actual people involved.
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genuine
They are convinced the painting is genuine.
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legitimate
They have demanded the restoration of the legitimate government.
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first generation
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bona fide
We are happy to donate to bona fide charitable causes.
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the real McCoy
反义词
copied
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borrowed
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reproduced
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second-generation
(形容词) 
Definition
fresh and unusual
an original idea
同义词
new
They opened a factory in India to manufacture this new invention.
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fresh
These designers are full of fresh ideas.
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novel
Clubs are always looking at novel ways to raise cash.
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unusual
He was an unusual man with great business talents.
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unknown
A hundred years ago coronary heart disease was virtually unknown.
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unprecedented
Such a move is unprecedented.
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innovative
products which are cheaper and more innovative
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unfamiliar
She grew many plants that were unfamiliar to me.
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unconventional
He was known for his unconventional behaviour.
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seminal
Those beautiful tracks appear on this seminal album.
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ground-breaking
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innovatory
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newfangled
Not all of these newfangled ideas are entirely without merit.
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
able to think of or carry out new ideas or concepts
a chef with an original touch and a measure of inspiration
同义词
creative
Like many creative people, he was never satisfied.
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imaginative
hundreds of cooking ideas and imaginative recipes
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artistic
They encourage boys to be sensitive and artistic.
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fertile
a product of his fertile imagination
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ingenious
a truly ingenious invention
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inventive
It inspired me to be more inventive with my cooking.
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resourceful
Her mother was a resourceful woman.
(名词) 
Definition
the first and genuine form of something, from which others are copied or translated
Photocopy the form and send the original to your employer.
同义词
prototype
He has built a prototype of a machine called the wave rotor.
the prototype aircraft
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pattern
the ideal pattern of a good society
反义词
(名词) 
He's an original, this one, and a good storyteller.
同义词
character
He'll be sadly missed. He was a real character.
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eccentric
My other friend was a real English eccentric.
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case (informal)
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card (informal)
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nut (slang)
I'd heard he was just some nut who lived up a tree.
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flake (slang, mainly US)
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oddity
He's a bit of an oddity, but quite harmless.
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oddball (informal)
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wacko (slang, old-fashioned)
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odd bod (informal)
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queer fish (British, informal)
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weirdo or weirdie (informal)

引文

Original thought is like original sin: both happened before you were born to people you could not have possibly met [Fran LebowitzSocial Studies]

其他同义词

in the sense of aboriginal
Definition
existing in a place from the earliest known period
The country's aboriginal people have been marginalized and forgotten.
in the sense of actual
Definition
existing in reality or as a matter of fact
They are using local actors or the actual people involved.
同义词
verified,
dinkum (Australian, New Zealand, informal)
in the sense of artistic
They encourage boys to be sensitive and artistic.

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