1. Smoking is not good for your health.
2. This is a goodplacefor a picnic.
3. He was very good to me when I was ill.
4. My one good suit is at the cleaner's.
good的比較級是 better,最高級是 best副詞是well
•1.ADJGoodmeans pleasant or enjoyable. 令人愉快的
•We had a really good time together.
•I know they would have a better life here.
•2.ADJGoodmeans of a high quality, standard, or level. 質量高的; 水準高的
•Exercise is just as important to health as good food.
•His parents wanted Raymond to have the best possible education.
•3.ADJIf you aregood atsomething, you are skilful and successful at doing it. 擅長的
•He was very good at his work.
•I'm not very good at singing.
•4.ADJIf you describe a piece of news, an action, or an effect asgood, you mean that it is likely to result in benefit or success. 很可能帶來好結果的
•On balance, biotechnology should be good news for developing countries.
•I think the response was good.
•5.ADJAgoodidea, reason, method, or decision is a sensible or valid one. 合理的; 有效的
•They thought it was a good idea to make some offenders do community service.
•There is good reason to doubt this.
•6.ADJIf you say thatit is goodthatsomething should happen orgoodtodo something, you mean it is desirable, acceptable, or right. 令人嚮往的; 可接受的; 對的
•I think it's good that some people are going.
•7.N-UNCOUNTIf someone or something isno goodor isnot any good, they are not satisfactory or are of a low standard. 令人不滿意
•If the weather's no good then I won't take any pictures.
•8.ADJAgoodestimate or indication of something is an accurate one. 準確的
•We have a fairly good idea of what's going on.
•This is a much better indication of what a school is really like.
•9.ADJIf you get agooddeal or agoodprice when you buy or sell something, you receive a lot in exchange for what you give. (買賣) 合算的
•Whether such properties are a good deal will depend on individual situations.
•10.ADJSomeone who is in agoodmood is cheerful and pleasant to be with. 愉快的
•People were in a pretty good mood.
•He exudes natural charm and good humour.
•11.ADJIf people aregoodfriends, they get along well together and are very close. 親密的
•She and Gavin are good friends.
•12.ADJYou usegoodto emphasize the great extent or degree of something. 十足的強調
•We waited a good fifteen minutes.
•13.CONVENTIONYou say "Good" or "Very good" to express pleasure, satisfaction, or agreement with something that has been said or done, especially when you are in a position of authority. 很好 (用於表示高興、滿意、同意)
•"Are you all right?"—"I'm fine."—"Good. So am I."
•Oh good, Tom's just come in.
•14.PHRASEIf you sayit's a good thingthatsomething is the case, you mean that it is fortunate. 慶幸的是
•It's a good thing you aren't married.
•15.PHRASEIf you say that something or someone isas good as new, you mean that they are in a very good condition or state, especially after they have been damaged or ill. 完好如新
•I only use that on special occasions, so it's as good as new.
•16.PHRASEYou usegood oldbefore the name of a person, place, or thing when you are referring to them in an affectionate way. 我親愛的 (用以稱呼某人、某地或某事物)情感
•Good old Harry. Reliable to the end.
all to the good
as good as ——
be any (或 no 或 much) good
be so good as (或 be good enough) to do something
be —— to the good
come up with (或 deliver) the goods
do someone good
for good (and all)
get (或 have) the goods on
(as) good as gold
(as) good as new
the Good Book
good for (或 on) you (或 him, her 等)!
the Good Shepherd
good wine needs no bush
a good word
have a good mind to do something
in someone's good books
in good time
make something good
one good turn deserves another
take something in good part
up to no good不懷好意
be good at擅長;健;精通;熟諳
be good with擅長;善於和……相處;和……相處的很好
be good to對……友好