ferment

[fəˈment] [ˈfɜrˌmɛnt]

n. 酵素;动乱

v. (使)发酵;(使)动乱;酝酿

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  • 专四
vi /fəˈment/

发酵

搭配:[liquid, substance +]

  • Yeast is added to the milk to make it ferment.

    在牛奶中加入酵母使其发酵。

酝酿;骚动

搭配:[trouble, unrest +]

  • The trouble fermented more and more.

    麻烦越积越多。

vt /fəˈment/

使发酵

搭配:[+ substance]

  • Manufacturers ferment the yeast to produce a more concentrated product.

    制造商让酵母发酵以生产出浓度更高的产品。

挑起;激起

搭配:[+ trouble, unrest]

  • They can cause revolts in enemy provinces by fermenting unrest.

    通过挑起骚动,他们可以在敌方省份制造叛乱。

n /ˈfɜːment/

骚动;动乱;动荡

  • the political and intellectual ferment of the Revolution

    革命时期的政治和思想骚动

  • The whole campus was in ferment.

    整个校园处于骚动状态。

  • The country is in a state of political ferment.

    该国处于政治动荡之中。

酵素;酶 <古>

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. to be in ferment 处于动荡之中
  2. political ferment 政治动乱

英英释义

n.
a state of agitation or turbulent change or development
a substance capable of bringing about fermentation
a process in which an agent causes an organic substance to break down into simpler substances; especially, the anaerobic breakdown of sugar into alcohol
v.
be in an agitated or excited state
work up into agitation or excitement
cause to undergo fermentation
go sour or spoil

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