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词组、短语、俚语及习惯用语
• surprise air attack
突然空袭。
• surprise party
(令某人惊喜的)惊喜聚会。
• surprise piece
预打拨爪。


sur.prise 也作 sur.prize

surprise的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [səˈpraiz]
KK音标发音: [sɚˈpraɪz]

surprise的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

surprised也作 sur.prized surprisingsur.priz.ing surprisessur.priz.es

1. To encounter suddenly or unexpectedly; take or catch unawares.
惊讶:突然或出乎意料地面对;出其不意地抓住

2. To attack or capture suddenly and without warning.
突击,逮捕:没有警告、突然地袭击或抓住

3. To cause to feel wonder, astonishment, or amazement, as at something unanticipated.
使感到惊讶:使感到对毫无预料的事情的好奇、惊讶或惊愕

4. To cause (someone) to do or say something unintended.
不经意地做或说出:使(某人)做或说非本意的事

5. To elicit or detect through surprise.
惊讶地发现:带着诧异得到或察觉

surprise的词性:
n.(名词)

6. The act of surprising or the condition of being surprised.
惊讶,惊奇:使惊讶的行为或惊讶的状态

7. Something, such as an unexpected encounter, event, or gift, that surprises.
使惊讶的事物:如一出乎意料的会面、事件或礼物等使人惊讶的事物

surprise的词源:

8. Middle English surprisen [to overcome]
中古英语 surprisen [克服]

9. from Old French surprise [feminine past participle of] surprendre [to surprise]
源自 古法语 surprise [] surprendre的阴性过去分词 [使惊讶]

10. sur- [sur-]
sur- [超过…]

11. prendre [to take] from Latin prehendere, prendere [to seize] * see ghend-
prendre [拿] 源自 拉丁语 prehendere, prendere [抓住] *参见 ghend-

surprise的词性:
n.(名词)

surprise的词性:
adj.(形容词)

surprise的词性:
adv.(副词)

【近义词】

surpriseastonishamazeastounddumbfoundflabbergast

12. These verbs mean to affect a person strongly as being unexpected or unusual. To surprise is to fill with often sudden wonder or disbelief as being unanticipated or out of the ordinary:
这些动词意思是因其出其不意或不寻常而强烈地影响一个人。Surprise 指的是因其出乎意料或非同寻常而使人突然充满好奇和不相信:

用法与例句:

“Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity” (George S. Patton).
“永远不要告诉人们怎样 去做事。 告诉他们去干什么 ,他们的足智多谋将会令您惊讶” (乔治S·巴顿)。

13. Astonish suggests overwhelming surprise:
Astonish 表示难以抵御的惊讶:

用法与例句:

The sight of such an enormous crowd astonished us.
看到如此庞大的人群我惊讶万分。

14. Amaze implies astonishment and often bewilderment:
Amaze 表示极度惊讶以及困惑:

用法与例句:

The violinist's virtuosity has amazed audiences all over the world.
小提琴家的精湛技艺使全世界的观众惊诧不已。

15. Astound connotes shock, as from something unprecedented in one's experience:
Astound 暗指由于未经历过的事情产生的震惊:

用法与例句:

We were astounded at the high cost of traveling in Japan.
日本昂贵的旅游费用令我们震惊。

16. Dumbfound adds to astound the suggestion of perplexity and often wordlessness:
Dumbfound 除有astound 的意思外,还表示困惑及无话可说:

用法与例句:

His denial that he had witnessed the accident dumbfounded me.
他否认曾亲眼目睹这一事故的发生把我惊呆了。

17. Flabbergast is used as a more colorful equivalent of astound, astonish, or amaze :
Flabbergast 与asfound, astonishamaze 意义相同,但更富于色彩:

用法与例句:

“The aldermen . . . were . . . flabbergasted; they were speechless from bewilderment” (Benjamin Disraeli).
“高级市政官们目瞪口呆;他们因为迷惑而变得哑口无言” (本杰明·迪斯累利)