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passion

US [ˈpæʃ(ə)n]
UK ['pæʃ(ə)n]
  • n.激情;酷爱;强烈情感;盛怒
  • v.〈诗〉感觉[表现]热情
  • Web热忱;爱好;热诚
Plural Form:passions  
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n.
1.
[c][u]
强烈情感;激情a very strong feeling of love, hatred, anger, enthusiasm, etc.
He's a man of violent passions.
他是个性情暴烈的人。
a crime of passion
激情犯罪
She argued her case with considerable passion.
她相当激动地为自己的主张提出论据。
Passions were running high(= people were angry and emotional) at the meeting.
会上群情激愤。
2.
[sing]
盛怒;激愤a state of being very angry
She flies into a passion if anyone even mentions his name.
哪怕是有人提到他的名字,她也会勃然大怒。
3.
[u]
~ (for sb)
强烈的爱(尤指两性间的)a very strong feeling of sexual love
His passion for her made him blind to everything else.
他钟情于她,达到了不顾一切的地步。
4.
[c]
~ (for sth)
酷爱;热衷的爱好(或活动等)a very strong feeling of liking sth; a hobby, an activity, etc. that you like very much
The English have a passion for gardens.
英格兰人酷爱花园。
Music is a passion with him.
他对音乐情有独钟。
5.
[sing]
耶稣的受难the suffering and death of Jesus Christ

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