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pro.voke

provoke的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [prəˈvouk]
KK音标发音: [prəˈvok]

provoke的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

provokedprovokingprovokes

1. To incite to anger or resentment.
激起,挑起:激起愤怒或怨恨的情感

2. To stir to action or feeling.
煽动:激起行动或感情

3. To give rise to; evoke:
引起:使…出现;唤起,引起:

用法与例句:

provoke laughter.
引起一阵大笑

4. To bring about deliberately; induce:
招致:故意导致;招致:

用法与例句:

provoke a fight.
挑起一场战斗

provoke的词源:

5. Middle English provoken
中古英语 provoken

6. from Old French provoquer
源自 古法语 provoquer

7. from Latin pr?voc3re [to challenge]
源自 拉丁语 pr?voc3re [挑战]

8. pr?- [forth] * see pro- 1
pr?- [向前的] *参见 pro-1

9. voc3re [to call] * see wek w-
voc3re [召唤] *参见 wek w-

provoke的词性:
adv.(副词)

【近义词】

provokeinciteexcitestimulatearouserousestir

10. These verbs are compared in the sense of moving a person to action or feeling or summoning something into being by moving a person in this way.
这些动词在意为触动某人采取某行动、产生某种感情或以这种方式触动某人从而命令某事物时,常把它们做比较。

11. Provoke, the least explicit with respect to means, frequently does little more than state the consequences produced:
Provoke 在方式上最不明确,通常仅仅指明所产生的后果:

用法与例句:

“Let my presumption not provoke thy wrath” (Shakespeare).
“希望我的揣测不会激起你的怒气” (莎士比亚)。

用法与例句:

“A situation which in the country would have provoked meetings” (John Galsworthy). To incite is to provoke and urge on:
“一种要是在乡下会激起讨论的状况” (约翰·高尔斯华绥)。Incite 是激起和激励前进的意思:

用法与例句:

The insurrection was incited by members of the outlawed opposition.
暴乱是由那些在逃的反对派成员挑起的。

12. Excite especially implies the provoking of a strong reaction or powerful emotion:
Excite 特指引起强烈的反应或激烈的情感:

用法与例句:

The play is bound to fail; the plot excites little interest or curiosity. To stimulate is to excite to activity or to renewed vigor of action as if by spurring or goading:
这出戏注定失败;情节激不起观众半点兴趣和好奇心。 Stimulate 指似乎用马刺或木刺驱赶一样激起活力或使行动重新充满活力:

用法与例句:

“Our vigilance was stimulated by our finding traces of a large . . . encampment” (Francis Parkman).
“我们发现了一次大规模的驻营痕迹,这促使我们提高警觉” (弗兰西斯·帕克曼)。

13. Arouse and rouse suggest awakening, as from inactivity or apathy;
Arouserouse 含有使从不积极或冷漠状态中苏醒之意;

14. rouse, the stronger term, often implies incitement to vigorous or animated activity or excitement of strong emotion:
rouse 在语气上较强一些,指激发进行有活力或生机的活动或激起强烈的感情:

用法与例句:

“In a democratic society like ours, relief must come through an aroused popular conscience that sears the conscience of the people's representatives” (Felix Frankfurter).
“在象我们这样一个民主社会中,只有当被唤起的公众的良知感染了民众代表的良知时,我们才能感到放心” (费利克斯·弗兰克福特)。

用法与例句:

“His mother . . . endeavored to rouse him from this passive state” (Washington Irving).
“他的母亲…试图使他从消极的状态中振作起来” (华盛顿·欧文)。

用法与例句:

“The oceangoing steamers . . . roused in him wild and painful longings” (Arnold Bennett). To stir is to prompt to activity, to arouse strong but usually agreeable feelings, or to provoke trouble or commotion:
“出海的汽船…在他心中激起了狂热且痛苦的渴望” (阿诺德·贝内特)。Stir 意思是使活跃、引起强烈但令人愉快的情感或引起麻烦或骚动:

用法与例句:

“It was him as stirred up th' young woman to preach last night” (George Eliot).
“正是他鼓动了这个年青女子在昨天晚上进行布道” (乔治·艾略特)。

用法与例句:

“I have seldom been so . . . stirred by any piece of writing” (Mark Twain).
“我很少…被一篇文章所感动” (马克·吐温)。

用法与例句:

“Men blame you that you have stirred a quarrel up” (William Butler Yeats).See also Synonyms at annoy
“男人们谴责你,因为你挑起了一场争端” (威廉·布特勒·叶芝)参见同义词 annoy