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furor的意思

furor

英 ['fjuːrɔː] 美 ['fjʊrrɔr]
  • n. 狂热;激怒;喧闹;感动

中文词源


furor 群情激愤

来自拉丁语furor, 愤怒,发狂,词源同fury.

英文词源


furor (n.)
"rage, madness, angry mania," late 15c., from Middle French fureur (12c.), from Latin furor "a ravaging, rage, madness, passion," which is related to furia "rage, passion, fury" (see fury).

双语例句


1. His resignation passed almost unnoticed amid the furor of the elections.
在轰轰烈烈的大选中,他的辞职几乎无人关注.

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2. The half hour lecture caused an enormous furor.
那半小时的演讲引起了极大的轰动.

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3. His choice of words created quite a furor.
他的措辞引起了相当大的轰动.

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4. It is hard now to recall the furor his remarks caused.
现在很难回想起,他的话当时引起了怎样的狂怒.

来自辞典例句

5. Furor: This talent now works correctly with Cat Form again.
狂热: 这个天赋将在猫形态下生效.

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