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intrigue

US [ɪnˈtriɡ]
UK [ˈɪntriːɡ]
  • n.阴谋;密谋;阴谋诡计;密谋策划
  • v.密谋;激起…的兴趣;引发…的好奇心;秘密策划(加害他人)
  • Web引起兴趣;使。着迷;用诡计取得
Plural Form:intrigues  Present Participle:intriguing  Past Tense:intrigued  
Intrigue
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v.
1.
[t][oftpass]
~ sb.it intrigues sb that…
激起…的兴趣;引发…的好奇心to make sb very interested and want to know more about sth
You've really intrigued me─tell me more!
你说的真有意思,再给我讲一些吧!
2.
[i]
~ (with sb) (against sb)
秘密策划(加害他人);密谋to secretly plan with other people to harm sb
n.
1.
[u]
密谋策划;阴谋the activity of making secret plans in order to achieve an aim, often by tricking people
political intrigue
政治阴谋
The young heroine steps into a web of intrigue in the academic world.
年轻的女主人公陷入了学术界钩心斗角的罗网。
2.
[c]
密谋;秘密关系;阴谋诡计a secret plan or relationship, especially one which involves sb else being tricked
I soon learnt about all the intrigues and scandals that went on in the little town.
我很快便知道了小镇上流传的种种阴谋与丑闻。
3.
[u]
神秘气氛;引人入胜的复杂情节the atmosphere of interest and excitement that surrounds sth secret or important

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