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rouse

US [raʊz]
UK [raʊz]
  • v.唤醒;使醒来;使活跃起来;使产生兴趣
  • n.觉醒;奋起;满杯;干杯
  • Web惊起;激起;洛兹
Simple Present:rouses  Present Participle:rousing  Past Tense:roused  
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v.
1.
唤醒;使醒来to wake sb up, especially when they are sleeping deeply
The telephone roused me from my sleep at 6 a.m.
早晨 6 点钟,电话铃声就把我从睡梦中吵醒了。
Nicky roused her with a gentle nudge.
尼基用胳膊肘轻轻地将她推醒。
2.
使活跃起来;使产生兴趣to make sb want to start doing sth when they were not active or interested in doing it
A lot of people were roused to action by the appeal.
许多人响应号召行动起来。
Richard couldn't rouse himself to say anything in reply.
理查德没有兴趣回答。
3.
~ sth
激起(某种情感)to make sb feel a particular emotion
to rouse sb's anger
把某人惹火
What roused your suspicions(= what made you suspicious) ?
你是怎么起疑心的?
4.
[usupass]
~ sb
激怒;使激动to make sb angry, excited or full of emotion
Chris is not easily roused.
克里斯不容易激动。

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