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tickle是什么意思

tickle是什么意思

美['tɪkl]  英['tɪkl]
vt.  使发痒;逗乐;使快乐
vi.  觉得痒
n.  痒;抓痒
  过去式:tickled  过去分词:tickled  现在分词:tickling  第三人称单数:tickles
  近义词:delight,entertain,amuse,please,titillate,excite,thrill,charm,prickle,irritate,scratch,itch,divert,vibrate,tickling,vellicate,titillation,

双解释义

v.(动词)
  1. vt. & vi. (使)人感觉刺痒; 搔痒 (cause sb to) feel a sensation of nervous excitement in part of the body; feel an itching or tingling sensation
  2. vt. 使高兴; 使感到有趣 make delight; amuse; be tickled pink, be very pleased

组词搭配

~+副词
  1. tickle humorously幽默地逗乐
  2. tickle playfully不认真地逗乐
  3. tickle roughly粗俗地开玩笑
  4. tickle rudely粗鲁地开玩笑
  5. tickle teasingly故意逗乐
~+介词
  1. tickle sb at sth因…使某人高兴
  2. tickle by doing sth以做某事满足
  3. tickle sb into saying yes向某人灌迷魂汤使其答应所求
  4. tickle sb with jokes以笑话引某人发笑

词语用法

v.(动词)
    tickle的基本意思是“(使)人感觉刺痒; 搔痒”。引申可作“使高兴”“使感到有趣”解,指激动或刺激之类愉快的感觉。 tickle可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词。用作及物动词时可接名词或代词作宾语,也可接以形容词或介词短语充当补足语的复合宾语。

例句

British scientists have found out why it's hard to tickle yourself.
英国科学家终于发现人们胳肢自己不觉得痒的秘密了。
Two newish discoveries in particular tickle commercial fancies.
两项较新的发现使着迷的商家们特别高兴。
Philosophy's queerest arguments tickle agreeably our sense of subtlety and ingenuity.
哲学上最奇怪的议点也会愉快地引起我们微妙机敏的感觉.
Let we tickle the coral.
帮珊瑚呵痒,
And tickle you until you scream
逗你笑到尖叫
compliments that tickle their vanity.
使他们的虚荣满足的赞美
to the glow of love, the tickle of amusement.
对爱,令人发笑的一刻。
I miss how you used to tickle me, tickle my belly. My belly hurts.
我好想你曾经挠我痒痒,挠我的肚子。我的肚子会疼。
She needs the tickle of cashmere to enchant for the ages.
她需要开士米羊毛的标签来增加年龄的魅力。
If something's bothering you, get it off your chest and tickle your [ the ] mind.
有什么不痛快的事, 就把它说出来,你心里也就 敞亮 了.
So, when you tickle somebody, under what circumstances will they laugh
在什么情况下,你挠别人痒痒,他们会发笑
Wilson was feeling restless. There was a tickle in his throat.
威尔逊只觉得心神不定. 嗓子眼里有些发痒.

英英释义

Noun
  1. a cutaneous sensation often resulting from light stroking
  2. the act of tickling
Verb
  1. touch (a body part) lightly so as to excite the surface nerves and cause uneasiness, laughter, or spasmodic movements
  2. feel sudden intense sensation or emotion;

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

  3. touch or stroke lightly;

    "The grass tickled her calves"

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