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elicit

US [ɪˈlɪsɪt]
UK [ɪ'lɪsɪt]
  • v.引出;探出;诱出
  • Web引起;得出;诱发
Simple Present:elicits  Present Participle:eliciting  Past Tense:elicited  
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v.
1.
~ sth (from sb)
引出;探出;诱出to get information or a reaction from sb, often with difficulty
I could elicit no response from him.
我从他那里套不出任何反应。
Her tears elicited great sympathy from her audience.
她的眼泪博得观众的无限同情。

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