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thrill

US [θrɪl]
UK [θrɪl]
  • n.兴奋;激动;震颤感;兴奋感
  • v.使非常兴奋;使非常激动
  • Web使激动;发抖;一阵激动
Plural Form:thrills  Present Participle:thrilling  Past Tense:thrilled  
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n.
1.
震颤感;兴奋感;兴奋;激动;令人兴奋的经历a strong feeling of excitement or pleasure; an experience that gives you this feeling
It gave me a big thrill to meet my favourite author in person.
能见到我最喜欢的作者本人使我感到兴奋不已。
the thrill of catching a really big fish
捉到一条很大的鱼的兴奋
She gets an obvious thrill out of performing.
她显然从表演中得到一种兴奋感。
2.
一阵强烈的感觉a sudden strong feeling that produces a physical effect
A thrill of alarm ran through him.
一阵惊恐的感觉传遍他的全身。
IDM
(the) thrills and spills
(informal)
(危险活动,尤指体育运动的)紧张和刺激the excitement that is involved in dangerous activities, especially sports
v.
1.
~ sb
使非常兴奋;使非常激动to excite or please sb very much
This band has thrilled audiences all over the world.
这支乐队使全世界的观众狂热痴迷。
I was thrilled by your news.
你的消息使我兴奋极了。

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