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instinct

美 [ˈɪnstɪŋkt]
英 ['ɪnstɪŋkt]
  • n.本能;直觉;天性
  • adj.充满的
  • 网络本能反应;生性;笑看风云
复数:instincts  
instinct
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n.
1.
~ (for sth/for doing sth).~ (to do sth)
本能;天性a natural tendency for people and animals to behave in a particular way using the knowledge and abilities that they were born with rather than thought or training
maternal instincts
母性
Children do not know by instinct the difference between right and wrong.
儿童并非生来就会分辨是非。
His first instinct was to run away.
他的本能反应就是逃跑。
Horses have a well-developed instinct for fear.
马天性易受惊吓。
Even at school, he showed he had an instinct for(= was naturally good at) business.
他早在求学时期就表现出经商的天赋。
2.
~ (that…)
直觉a feeling that makes you do sth or believe that sth is true, even though it is not based on facts or reason
Her instincts had been right.
她当时的直觉是对的。

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