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thrill是什么意思

thrill是什么意思

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n.  激动;引起激动的事物;震颤(医学)
v.  (使)激动;感到紧张
  副词:thrillingly  过去式:thrilled  过去分词:thrilled  现在分词:thrilling  第三人称单数:thrills
  近义词:excite,delight,kick,electrify,joy,tingle,titillate,charm,enthrall,enchant,enrapture,exhilarate,quiver,tickle,inspire,stimulate,stir,rouse,elate,buzz,adventure,pleasure,tremble,glow,fascinate,inspiration,transport,entrance,shiver,shudder,inebriate,vibrate,frisson,exalt,chill,bang,rush,beatify,throb,boot,charge,flush,

详细释义

n.(名词)
  1. 颤动,颤抖,震颤
  2. 紧张感
  3. 激动,兴奋
  4. 引起激动的事物
  5. 刺激性
  6. 一阵毛骨悚然的感觉
  7. 一阵激动的感觉
  8. 战栗,发抖
  9. 心跳,脉搏
  10. 【医】震颤(音)
  11. 惊险小说
  12. 震颤感
  13. 兴奋感
  14. 令人兴奋的经历
  15. 一阵强烈的感觉
v.(动词)
  1. 使兴奋,使激动,使热血沸腾
  2. 使颤抖,使发抖,使震颤
  3. 使紧张,使心里怦怦地跳
  4. 使毛骨悚然
  5. 感到兴奋,感到激动
  6. 颤动,颤抖
  7. 感到紧张
  8. 感到毛骨悚然,心里怦怦地跳
  9. 闪过
  10. 使心旷神怡
  11. 扣人心弦

双解释义

v.(动词)
  1. vt. & vi. (使)神情激动; (使)激动得发抖 have a shivering, exciting feeling

组词搭配

~+名词
  1. thrill family使家人激动
  2. thrill land使大地颤抖
  3. thrill listeners使听众兴奋
  4. thrill people使人们兴奋
  5. thrill students使学生兴奋
~+副词
  1. thrill blissfully幸福地激动
  2. thrill involuntarily非本能地颤抖
  3. thrill tenderly微微地颤抖
~+介词
  1. thrill at〔to〕因…而兴奋
  2. thrill with以…使人兴奋

词语用法

v.(动词)
    thrill的基本意思是“使人兴奋,使人激动”,指充满了激起兴奋的感情或被这种感情所震撼。这种感情包括欢乐、兴奋,也包括恐惧等,多指使人惬意的感觉,即便这种感觉的原因具有给人造成痛苦的潜在可能性。 thrill也可指身体或大地等“颤抖”。 thrill可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时,后接名词或代词作宾语。可用于被动结构。

例句

I get a thrill from driving.
一次驾车给我感触颇深。
I felt a thrill of admiration for her, and a fresh stab of terror.
我对她得钦佩油然而生,同时也有了新得恐怖。
Theres a thrill init, no doubt of that.
射杀鹿无疑是激动人心的。
So ya Thought ya Might like to go to the show To feel the warm thrill of confusion.
也许会去参加一场演出去感觉幻觉的颤栗!
He felt a thrill the very moment he got into the theatre.
他进入剧院时感到一阵激动。
The thrill that comes from cutting someone open.
以及切开某人,拯救生命时
It was quite a thrill to see a real movie star in the flesh.
看见真的电影明星本人是一件令人兴奋不已的事情。
When he saw the door opened, he felt a thrill of tenseness.
(当看到门打开时, 他心里一阵紧张. )
Virgo gets a secret thrill from experiencing the daily customs of a different culture.
不同的国家有着各自不同的风情。
It is quite a thrill to see a real movie star in the flesh.
看见电影明星本人是一件令人十分兴奋的事。
He removes her veil. A thrill of applause bursts through the house.
他把面纱拿掉。屋里的人立刻啧啧地赞叹起来。
A thrill of alarm ran through him.
一阵惊恐的感觉传遍他的全身。

英英释义

Noun
  1. the swift release of a store of affective force;

    "they got a great bang out of it" "what a boot!" "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin" "he does it for kicks"

  2. an almost pleasurable sensation of fright;

    "a frisson of surprise shot through him"

  3. something that causes you to experience a sudden intense feeling or sensation;

    "the thrills of space travel"

Verb
  1. cause to be thrilled by some perceptual input;

    "The men were thrilled by a loud whistle blow"

  2. feel sudden intense sensation or emotion;

    "he was thrilled by the speed and the roar of the engine"

  3. tremble convulsively, as from fear or excitement
  4. fill with sublime emotion;

    "The children were thrilled at the prospect of going to the movies" "He was inebriated by his phenomenal success"