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sensation

US [senˈseɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [sen'seɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.感觉;知觉;轰动一时的人或事
  • Web感动;感受;感动机
Plural Form:sensations  
Sensation
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n.
1.
[c]
感觉;知觉a feeling that you get when sth affects your body
a tingling/burning, etc. sensation
刺痛、烧灼等的感觉
I had a sensation of falling, as if in a dream.
我有一种坠落的感觉,像在梦中似的。
2.
[u]
感觉能力;知觉能力the ability to feel through your sense of touch
She seemed to have lost all sensation in her arms.
她的两条胳膊好像完全失去知觉了。
3.
[c][ususing]
直觉;莫名其妙的感觉;经历;回忆a general feeling or impression that is difficult to explain; an experience or a memory
He had the eerie sensation of being watched.
他不安地感到有人在监视他。
When I arrived, I had the sensation that she had been expecting me.
我到那儿后,感觉到她一直在等着我。
4.
[c][ususing][u]
轰动;哗然;引起轰动的人(或事物)very great surprise, excitement, or interest among a lot of people; the person or the thing that causes this surprise
News of his arrest caused a sensation .
他被捕的消息引起了轰动。
The band became a sensation overnight.
一夜之间,这支乐队名声大振。

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