理智， 明智 它们都有“明白事理”的意思。 “理智”着重在“明辨是非， 能控制自己言行”，人与动物的区别在于人有 理智。People are different from animals because they possess the quality of reason. 明智”着重在“有远见， 想得周到”。 他这样决定是 理智 的。 It was wise of him to make that decision.看你着重什么意思。如果是你很明辨之非，能控制自己的言行，则翻译成I am a reasonable person有远见I am wise in usual。
reason;他完全丧失了理智。He lost all sense of reason
关于短语,上面已经说的很详细了,不过你要是应用来写句子或作文的话,可以灵活一点,下面例句可以参考一下.1.A foolish or crazy person.愚蠢或失去理智的人2.He is blind with anger.他因发怒而失去理智。3.His resentment blinds his good sense.愤怒使他失去理智。4.One who is crazy or deranged.疯子失去理智或神经错乱的人5.We feared for her reason, ie were afraid that she might go mad.我们担心她可能失去理智。6.He completely lose his marble after the stock market crash.股票市场崩盘后他完全失去理智。7.When the fire broke out in the movie theater, the people lost their heads and ran in all directions.电影院起火的时候，大家失去理智而向四方奔逃。8.Whom God would ruin, he first deprives of reason.[谚]上帝要毁灭其人，必先使他失去理智。9.As always she has kept her head while others around her kept her head while others she has kept her head while others around her have been losing theirs.她像平时一样保持了头脑冷静，而她周围的人则已失去理智。10.A torrent of rationalizations -- some legit, some lame -- spill out of him in monologues, especially on pardons and terrorism.他在滔滔不绝地高谈阔论时,偶尔会失去理智,尤其在谈到赦免和恐怖主义问题时。
Sense and Sensibility is a novel by Jane Austen that was first published in 1811. It was the first of Austen's novels to be published, under the pseudonym "A Lady." The novel has been adapted for film and television a number of times, most notably in Ang Lee's 1995 version.Plot introduction The story concerns two sisters, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood (Elinor representing "sense" and Marianne "sensibility"). Along with their mother and younger sister Margaret, they are left impoverished after the death of their father, and the family is forced to move to a country cottage, offered to them by a generous relative. Elinor forms an attachment to the gentle and courteous Edward Ferrars, unaware that he is already secretly engaged. After their move, Marianne meets Willoughby, a dashing young man who leads her into undisciplined behaviour, so that she ignores the attentions of the faithful (but older) Colonel Brandon. The contrast between the sisters' characters is eventually resolved as both find love and lasting happiness. Publisher Comments: A timeless tale of romantic manners and mores in which two vastly different sisters experience love and loss under the rigid view of British society. The life and work of Jane Austen Jane Austen was born at Steventon on December 16, 1775, the youngest of seven children. She received her education—scanty enough, by modern standards—at home. Besides the usual elementary subjects, she learned French and some Italian, sang a little, and became an expert needle-woman. Her reading extended little beyond the literature of the eighteenth century, and within that period she seems to have cared most for the novels of Richardson and Miss Burney, and the poems of Cowper and Crabbe. Dr. Johnson, too, she admired, and later was delighted with both the poetry and prose of Scott. The first twenty-five years of her life she spent at Steventon; in 1801 she moved with her family to Bath, then a great center of fashion; after the death of her father in 1805, she lived with her mother and sister, first at Southampton and then at Chawton; finally she took lodgings at Winchester to be near a doctor, and there she died on July 18, 1817, and was buried in the cathedral. Apart from a few visits to friends in London and elsewhere, and the vague report of a love affair with a gentleman who died suddenly, there is little else to chronicle in this quiet and uneventful life. But quiet and uneventful though her life was, it yet supplied her with material for half a dozen novels as perfect of their kind as any in the language. While still a young girl she had experimented with various styles of writing, and when she completed "Pride and Prejudice" at the age of twenty-two, it was clear that she had found her appropriate form. This novel, which in many respects she never surpassed, was followed a year later by "Northanger Abbey," a satire on the "Gothic" romances then in vogue; and in 1809 she finished "Sense and Sensibility," begun a dozen years before. So far she had not succeeded in having any of her works printed; but in 1811 "Sense and Sensibility" appeared in London and won enough recognition to make easy the publication of the others. Success gave stimulus, and between 1811 and 1816, she completed "Mansfield Park," "Emma," and "Persuasion." The last of these and "Northanger Abbey" were published posthumously. The most remarkable characteristic of Jane Austen as a novelist is her recognition of the limits of her knowledge of life and her determination never to go beyond these limits in her books. She describes her own class, in the part of the country with which she was acquainted; and both the types of character and the events are such as she knew from first-hand observation and experience. But to the portrayal of these she brought an extraordinary power of delicate and subtle delineation, a gift of lively dialogue, and a peculiar detachment. She abounds in humor, but it is always quiet and controlled; and though one feels that she sees through the affectations and petty hypocrisies of her circle, she seldom becomes openly satirical. The fineness of her workmanship, unexcelled in the English novel, makes possible the discrimination of characters who have outwardly little or nothing to distinguish them; and the analysis of the states of mind and feeling of ordinary people is done so faithfully and vividly as to compensate for the lack of passion and adventure. She herself speaks of the "little bit (two inches wide) of ivory on which I work," and, in contrast with the broad canvases of Fielding or Scott, her stories have the exquisiteness of a fine miniature.
中文“理智点,冷静点”英文"Be sensible, calm down"
翻译如下Rational理性理性的人一般是balanced people例句引用恩格尔的话说就是理性的人是成不了艺术家的。Engel is quoted as saying that balanced people do not become artists.
1、If winter comes , can spring be far behind ?——冬天来了，春天还会远吗？
2、If you want knowledge, you must toil for it.——若要求知识，须从勤苦得。
3、Pain past is pleasure.——过去的痛苦即快乐。
4、Youth means limitless possibilities.——年轻就是无限的可能。
5、Quitters never win and winners never quit.——退缩者永无胜利，胜利者永不退缩。
6、For man is man and master of his fate.——人就是人，是自己命运的主人。
7、Work makes the workman.——勤工出巧匠。
8、Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.——凡是值得做的事，就值得做好。
9、The shortest answer is doing.——最简短的回答就是行动。
10、Bad times make a good man.——艰难困苦出能人。