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• amuse oneself with
以...自娱。


a.muse

amuse的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [əˈmju:z]
KK音标发音: [əˈmjuz]

amuse的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

amusedamusingamuses

1. To occupy in an agreeable, pleasing, or entertaining fashion.
娱乐,消遣:以愉快、欢乐或娱乐的方式占有

2. To cause to laugh or smile by giving pleasure.
逗乐,逗笑:通过娱乐而使大笑或微笑

3. Archaic To delude or deceive.
【古语】 哄骗,欺骗

amuse的词源:

4. Middle English
中古英语

5. from Old French amuser [to stupefy]
源自 古法语 amuser [使…目瞪口呆]

6. a- [to] from Latin ad- * see ad-
a- [到] 源自 拉丁语 ad- *参见 ad-

7. muser [to stare stupidly] * see muse
muser [呆呆地盯着] *参见 muse

amuse的词性:
adj.(形容词)

amuse的词性:
n.(名词)

【近义词】

amuseentertaindivertregale

8. These verbs refer to actions that provide pleasure, especially as a means of passing time.
这些动词指可提供快乐的行为,特别是作为消遣的方式。

9. Amuse, the least specific, implies directing the attention away from serious matters:
Amuse 意义最笼统,指把注意力从重要的事情上转移开:

用法与例句:

I amused myself with a game of solitaire.
我玩单人纸牌戏使自己放松。

10. Entertain suggests acts undertaken to furnish amusement:
Entertain 指进行某种活动增加快乐:

用法与例句:

“They [timetables and catalogs] are much more entertaining than half the novels that are written” (W. Somerset Maugham).
“它们 比创作的半数小说更能使人得到娱乐” (萨默塞·毛姆)。

11. Divert implies distraction from worrisome thought or care:
Divert 指注意力从烦人的事情上转移开:

用法与例句:

“I had neither Friends or Books to divert me” (Richard Steele). To
“我既没有朋友也没有书籍让我分心” (理查德·斯提尔)。

12. regale is to entertain with something enormously enjoyable:
regale 就是用非常有趣的事物来消遣:

用法与例句:

“He loved to regale his friends with tales about the many memorable characters he had known as a newspaperman” (David Rosenzweig).
“他喜欢讲些他当记者时认识的许多名人的故事给朋友们消遣” (大卫·罗森斯维格)