简明英汉词典

berserk
[bE(:)5sE:k]
adj.
adv.狂暴的(地), 疯的(地)

美国传统词典[双解]

berserk
ber.serk
AHD:[b…r-s?rk“, -z?rk“]
D.J.[b*6s*8k, -6z*8k]
K.K.[b+6s)k, -6z)k]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Destructively or frenetically violent:
狂暴的:毁灭性或狂乱地暴力的:
a berserk worker who started smashing all the windows.
狂暴的工人开始砸碎全部的玻璃

(2)

Mentally or emotionally upset; deranged:
精神错乱的:精神或情绪紧张的;精神错乱的:
berserk with grief.
因悲伤而精神错乱

(3)

Informal Unrestrained, as with enthusiasm or appetite; wild:
【非正式用语】 放任的:对热情或欲望不节制的;放任的:
berserk over chocolates.
无节制地吃巧克力
n.(名词)

(1)

One that is violent, upset, or unrestrained.
发狂的人:狂暴的,混乱的或无节制的人

(2)

A berserker.
狂暴者,放任者

继承用法

berserk
adv.(副词)

berserkly
adv.(副词)

注释
When we say that we are going berserk, we may not realize how extreme a state this might be. Our adjective comes from the noun berserker, or berserk, which is from the Old Norse word berserkr, “a wild warrior or champion.” Such warriors wore hides of bears, which explains the probable origins of berserkr as a compound of .bera, “bear,” and serkr, “shirt, coat.” These berserkers became frenzied in battle, howling like animals, foaming at the mouth, and biting the edges of their iron shields. Berserker is first recorded in English in the early 19th century, long after these wild warriors ceased to exist.
当我们说我们正变得狂暴时,我们可能不知道这种状况会有多严重。形容词源自名词berserker 或 beserk , 这两个词都来自古老的斯堪的纳维亚语berserkr, 意思是“狂野的斗士”。 这些斗士身穿熊皮,也许这可以解释berserkr 这个词的来源是 bera “熊”和 serkr “衬衫,外套”这两个词的组合。 这些berserkers 在战斗中表现狂暴, 象动物一样吼叫,口吐白沫,口咬铁护甲。Berserker 于19世纪初首次出现于英语文字中,那已是狂暴斗士消失很久以后了

现代英汉词典

berserk
[bE5s\:k]
adj.
狂怒的
My husband will go berserk if he finds you here.
要是我丈夫发觉你在这里,他会气疯的。

现代英汉综合大辞典

berserk
[bE(:)5sE:k]
adj.
狂暴的
with berserk fury
狂怒

词性变化

berserk
[bE(:)5sE:k]
adv.
发狂地

习惯用语

go berserk
变狂暴

send sb. berserk
使某人狂暴

美国传统词典

berserk
ber.serk
AHD:[b…r-s?rk“, -z?rk“]
D.J.[b*6s*8k, -6z*8k]
K.K.[b+6s)k, -6z)k]
adj.

(1)

Destructively or frenetically violent:
a berserk worker who started smashing all the windows.

(2)

Mentally or emotionally upset; deranged:
berserk with grief.

(3)

Informal Unrestrained, as with enthusiasm or appetite; wild:
berserk over chocolates.
n.

(1)

One that is violent, upset, or unrestrained.

(2)

A berserker.

继承用法

berserk
adv.

berserkly
adv.

注释
When we say that we are going berserk, we may not realize how extreme a state this might be. Our adjective comes from the noun berserker, or berserk, which is from the Old Norse word berserkr, “a wild warrior or champion.” Such warriors wore hides of bears, which explains the probable origins of berserkr as a compound of .bera, “bear,” and serkr, “shirt, coat.” These berserkers became frenzied in battle, howling like animals, foaming at the mouth, and biting the edges of their iron shields. Berserker is first recorded in English in the early 19th century, long after these wild warriors ceased to exist.

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