adj [esp attrib 尤作定语] numerous; too many to be counted 无数的; 多得数不清的
*I've told her countless times. 我告诉她无数次了.
adj [usually before noun]
too many to be counted
a famous film clip which has been shown countless times
1. Wagner's, Poincare's, and Descartes' experiences are representative of countless others in every field of culture. 瓦格纳、庞加莱和笛卡尔的经历代表了各个文化领域中无数其他的经历。
2. There were countless trees in the forest. 森林中有数不清的树。
3. There are countless people who, ever since their early years, have learned to associate snails with food. 有不计其数的人们从小就知道蜗牛可做菜。
4. Thanks to the Party and the countless martyrs who died for the cause, we have been spared all that terrible nightmare of imperialist aggression and Kuomintang misrule. 正是由于党和无数为革命事业而献身的烈士们，我们才免于经历所有这些帝国主义侵略和国民党罪恶统治的可怕的恶梦。
5. No one can plead ignorance of a subject any longer, for there are countless do-it-yourself publications. 由于出版了不计其数的教人自己动手做事的书报杂志，没有人再能说对某事一无所知。
6. Children do not learn sounds correctly at once, but make countless mistakes. 儿童不是立即就能学会正确发音的，而是会犯无数的错误。
7. For some time Paris had been swarming with countless other discharged foreign soldiers . 一段时间以来，巴黎一直云集着无数其他的被遣散的外籍士兵.