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[口]狂饮作乐。


Spree

spree的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [sprei, ʃprei]
KK音标发音: [spre, ʃpre]

spree的词性:
NONE(无词性)

1. A river, about 402 km (250 mi) long, of eastern Germany rising near the Czechoslovakian border and flowing generally north to the Havel River at Berlin.
斯比里河:德国一条河,流程约402公里(250英里),源于南斯拉夫国境,流经柏林哈瓦河北部

spree

spree的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [spri:]
KK音标发音: [spri]

spree的词性:
n.(名词)

1. A carefree, lively outing.
欢闹:无忧无虑地,活泼的游玩

2. A drinking bout.
狂饮:痛饮一场

3. Overindulgence in an activity.See Synonyms at binge
行为毫不节制参见 binge

spree的词源:

4. Perhaps alteration of Scots spreath [cattle raid]
可能为 苏格兰语 spreath的变化 [牛的袭击]

5. from Irish and Scottish Gaelic spréidh, spré [cattle, wealth]
源自 爱尔兰及苏格兰盖尔语 spréidh, spré [牛,财富]

6. from Middle Irish preit, preid [booty]
源自 中古爱尔兰语 preit, preid [战利品]

7. ultimately from Latin praeda * see ghend-
最终源自 拉丁语 praeda *参见 ghend-

spree的注释:

8. A spending spree seems a far cry from a cattle raid, yet etymologists have suggested that the word spree comes from the Scots word spreath, “cattle raid.” The word spree is first recorded in a poem in Scots dialect in 1804 in the sense of “a lively outing.” This sense is closely connected with a sense recorded soon afterward (in 1811), “a drinking bout,” while the familiar sense “an overindulgence in an activity,” as in a spending spree, is recorded in 1849. Scots and Irish dialect also have a sense “a fight,” which may help connect the word and the sense “lively outing” with the Scots word spreath, meaning variously, “booty,” “cattle taken as spoils,” “a herd of cattle taken in a raid,” and “cattle raid.” The Scots word comes from Irish and Scottish Gaelic spréidh, “cattle,” which in turn ultimately comes from Latin praeda, “booty.” This last link reveals both the importance of the Latin language to Gaelic and a connection between cattle and plunder in earlier Irish and Scottish societies.
狂欢作乐似乎与牛的袭击相去甚远,然而词源学表明spree 来自苏格兰语 spreath “牛的袭击”。 Spree 在1804年首次出现于苏格兰方言写成的一首诗中,意为“活跃的出游”。 这个意思与不久之后(1811年)出现的意思“狂饮”很接近,而相近的意思“无节制的狂热行为”,比如spending spree 于1849年出现。 苏格兰和爱尔兰方言还有“打架”的意思,这可能有助于将该词同其意义与苏格兰语spreath 的不同意思相联系,这些意思为“战利品”、“作为掠夺品的牛”、“袭击中所得的一群牛”或“牛袭击”。 这个苏格兰词来自爱尔兰和苏格兰盖尔人的语言 spréidh “牛”(此词最终源自拉丁语 praeda “战利品”)。 这一最后的联系不仅表明拉丁语同盖尔语的重要联系,也表明早期爱尔兰和苏格兰社会中牛和劫掠的联系