英 [sʌtʃ] 美 [sʌtʃ]
形容词 这样的; 如此的; 这么大的; 非常的
1. It was such an exciting game.
2. He was instructed to inspect the cargo on the ship and detain such cargo if necessary.
3. Such accidents should not happen again.
4. He is such a liar.
You use such to refer back to the thing or person that you have just mentioned, or a thing or person like the one that you have just mentioned. You use such as and such...as to introduce a reference to the person or thing that has just been mentioned.
e.g. There have been previous attempts at coups. We regard such methods as entirely unacceptable...
e.g. You say you feel that you're being made to choose, and so you are. Such choices as this are a by-product of freedom...
You use such...as to link something or someone with a clause in which you give a description of the kind of thing or person that you mean.
e.g. Each member of the alliance agrees to take such action as it deems necessary, including the use of armed force...
e.g. Britain is not enjoying such prosperity as it was in the mid-1980s.
英国现在已经不像 20 世纪 80 年代中期那么繁荣昌盛。
You use such...as to introduce one or more examples of the kind of thing or person that you have just mentioned.
e.g. He was said to have written such books as The Day of Locusts and Miss Lonely Hearts.
e.g. ...such careers as teaching, nursing, hairdressing and catering.
You use such before noun groups to emphasize the extent of something or to emphasize that something is remarkable.
e.g. I think most of us don't want to read what's in the newspaper anyway in such detail...
e.g. One will never be able to understand why these political issues can acquire such force...
B：It’s such (a beautiful/ an exquisite/ a lifelike) statue.*
A：What a pity we’ve lost such a great man!
A：It seems to be clearing up.
B：It’’s such a nice change.
A：I really don’’t think this weather will last.
B：Let’’s just hope it doesn’’t get cold again.