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excite

US [ɪkˈsaɪt]
UK [ɪk'saɪt]
  • v.激发;刺激;引起;使激动
  • Web使兴奋;激励
Simple Present:excites  Present Participle:exciting  Past Tense:excited  
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v.
1.
~ sb
使激动;使兴奋to make sb feel very pleased, interested or enthusiastic, especially about sth that is going to happen
The prospect of a year in India greatly excited her.
有望在印度待上一年使她激动万分。
2.
刺激;使紧张不安to make sb nervous or upset and unable to relax
Try not to excite your baby too much before bedtime.
睡觉前尽量别使宝宝太兴奋。
Don't excite yourself(= keep calm) .
别激动。
3.
激发;引发;引起to make sb feel a particular emotion or react in a particular way
to excite attention/criticism/curiosity
引起注意╱批评╱好奇心
The news has certainly excited comment(= made people talk about it) .
这消息已经使人们议论纷纷了。
The European Parliament is not an institution which excites interest in voters.
欧洲议会是个激不起选民兴趣的机构。
4.
~ sb
激发(性欲)to make sb feel sexual desire
5.
~ sth
使(身体部位或身体系统某部分)活动;刺激…的活动to make a part of the body or part of a physical system more active

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