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solace

US [ˈsɑləs]
UK [ˈsɒləs]
  • n.安慰;慰藉;给以安慰的人(或事物)
  • v.安慰;缓和;使高兴
  • Web抚慰;索拉斯;微热
Plural Form:solaces  Present Participle:solacing  Past Participle:solaced  
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n.
1.
安慰;慰藉;给以安慰的人(或事物)a feeling of emotional comfort when you are sad or disappointed; a person or thing that makes you feel better or happier when you are sad or disappointed
He sought solace in the whisky bottle.
他借酒浇愁。
She turned to Rob for solace.
她到罗布那儿寻求慰藉。
His grandchildren were a solace in his old age.
他晚年从孙儿们身上得到安慰。

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