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lavish

US [ˈlævɪʃ]
UK ['lævɪʃ]
  • v.浪费;挥霍;滥花;慷慨地给与
  • adj.大量的;给人印象深刻的;耗资巨大的;慷慨的
  • Web浪费的;奢侈的;奢华的
Simple Present:lavishes  Present Participle:lavishing  Past Tense:lavished  
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adj.
1.
大量的;给人印象深刻的;耗资巨大的large in amount, or impressive, and usually costing a lot of money
lavish gifts/costumes/celebrations
丰厚的礼品;昂贵的服装;规模盛大的庆典
They lived a very lavish lifestyle .
他们过着挥霍无度的生活。
They rebuilt the house on an even more lavish scale than before.
他们重造了房子,规模甚至比以前更大。
2.
~ (with/in sth)
慷慨的;大方的giving or doing sth generously
He was lavish in his praise for her paintings.
他大力赞扬她的绘画。
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