rave

[reɪv] [reɪv]

n. 狂欢晚会;热烈赞美;咆哮;胡言乱语

v. 咆哮;胡言乱语;赞不绝口

详细释义

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  • 六级
vi /reɪv/

狂乱地说;语无伦次地说;胡言乱语

  • She raved for weeks and people did not know what to do.

    她胡言乱语了好几个星期,人们不知如何是好。

热情洋溢地谈论(或书写);极力夸赞

  • The critics raved, but audiences stayed away.

    评论家极力称赞,观众却不买账。

  • They raved about the film.

    他们对这部电影推崇备至。

咆哮;怒吼;大吵大嚷

  • He made his position worse by raving at the referee.

    他冲裁判大吼大叫,处境更糟了。

纵情享乐 <非正式,英>

狂暴;肆虐 <文>

搭配:[sea, wind +]

  • The tempest raved and threatened to tear the little boat to pieces.

    暴风雨肆虐,几乎要把小船撕成碎片。

to rave it up:纵情享乐

n /reɪv/

盛赞之词;溢美之词 <非正式>

锐舞舞会(有电子舞曲伴奏的年轻人的狂欢聚会)

= rave-up <非正式>

风尚;时尚 <俚>

锐舞舞曲 【音】

(货运马车的)栏板,围栅

comp /reɪv/

锐舞派对的;锐舞舞曲的

常用短语

源自:《新世纪英汉大词典》Collins外研社

  1. to rave about sth;to rave over sth 热情赞扬…;对…赞不绝口
  2. to rave at sb 对某人大吼大叫

英英释义

n.
a dance party that lasts all night and electronically synthesized music is played
an extravagantly enthusiastic review
v.
participate in an all-night techno dance party
talk in a noisy, excited, or declamatory manner
praise enthusiastically

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