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climax

US [ˈklaɪˌmæks]
UK [ˈklaɪmæks]
  • n.顶点;【修辞学】渐强(而达顶点的)修辞法;(事件的)高潮
  • v.(使)达到顶点[高潮];达到巅峰
  • Web顶峰;极点;层进法
Plural Form:climaxes  Past Participle:climaxed  Present Participle:climaxing  
climax
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n.
1.
(重要事情或时刻的)高潮,极点,顶点the most exciting or important event or point in time
to come to/reach a climax
达到极点
the climax of his political career
他政治生涯的巅峰
2.
(戏剧、音乐等通常接近结束时出现的)高潮the most exciting part of a play, piece of music, etc. that usually happens near the end
3.
性高潮the highest point of sexual pleasure
v.
1.
[i][t]
达成(或形成)极点(或顶点、高潮)to come to or form the best, most exciting, or most important point in sth
The festival will climax on Sunday with a gala concert.
星期天的音乐盛会将把这次会演推向高潮。
The sensational verdict climaxed a six-month trial.
那项引起轰动的裁决使长达六个月的审判达到了高潮。
2.
[i]
达到性高潮to have an orgasm

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