简明英汉词典

carouse
[kE5rauz]
v.
狂欢作乐

美国传统词典[双解]

carouse
ca.rouse
AHD:[k…-rouz“]
D.J.[k*6rauz]
K.K.[k*6ra&z]
n.(名词)
Boisterous, drunken merrymaking; a carousal.
闹饮:喧哗的、畅饮的狂欢作乐;闹宴
v.intr.(不及物动词)
ca.rousedca.rous.ingca.rous.es

(1)

To engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.
狂欢:参加喧哗的、畅饮的狂欢作乐

(2)

To drink excessively.
过量地饮酒

语源

(1)

German garaus [all out, drink up]
德语 garaus [竭尽全力,把…喝完]

(2)

gar [completely] from Middle High German from Old High German garo
gar [完全] 源自 中古高地德语 源自 古高地德语 garo

(3)

aus [out, up] from Middle High German ?z from Old High German ?z * see ud-
aus [完全地,彻底地] 源自 中古高地德语 ?z 源自 古高地德语 ?z *参见 ud-

继承用法

carouser
n.(名词)

注释
The origin of the word carouse can be found in a German interjection that meant “time to leave the bar.” German garaus, which is derived from the phrase gar (“all”) aus (“out”), meaning “all out,” then came to mean “drink up, bottoms up,” and “a last drink before closing time.” The English borrowed this noun, with the meaning “the practice of sitting around drinking until closing time,” sometimes spelling the word garaus but usually spelling it closer to the way it is spelled today. Soon after the word is first recorded as a noun in 1559, we find the verb carouse, in 1567.
单词carouse 的词源可以在意为“是离开酒吧的时候了”的日耳曼语感叹词中找到。 日耳曼语garaus 是从短语 gar (“所有的”) aus (“出去”),即“竭尽全力。全力以赴”的意思中衍生出来的; 接着又表示“喝光,干杯”和“打烊前的最后一杯”的意思。英语中借用这个名词,意为“坐着饮酒直至打烊的做法”; 有时拼写成garaus , 但通常其拼写更接近于现今的拼法。该词于1559年首次做名词记录下来后,我们很快地在1567年发现了动词carouse

现代英汉词典

carouse
[kE5raJz]
vi.
-roused, -rousing
痛饮;狂饮欢宴

现代英汉综合大辞典

carouse
[kE5rauz]
n.
狂饮欢宴, 痛饮的酒会

词性变化

carouse
[kE5rauz]
vi.
痛饮; 参加喧闹的酒会

美国传统词典

carouse
ca.rouse
AHD:[k…-rouz“]
D.J.[k*6rauz]
K.K.[k*6ra&z]
n.
Boisterous, drunken merrymaking; a carousal.
v.intr.
ca.roused, ca.rous.ing, ca.rous.es

(1)

To engage in boisterous, drunken merrymaking.

(2)

To drink excessively.

语源

(1)

German garaus [all out, drink up]

(2)

gar [completely] from Middle High German from Old High German garo

(3)

aus [out, up] from Middle High German ?z from Old High German ?z * see ud-

继承用法

carouser
n.

注释
The origin of the word carouse can be found in a German interjection that meant “time to leave the bar.” German garaus, which is derived from the phrase gar (“all”) aus (“out”), meaning “all out,” then came to mean “drink up, bottoms up,” and “a last drink before closing time.” The English borrowed this noun, with the meaning “the practice of sitting around drinking until closing time,” sometimes spelling the word garaus but usually spelling it closer to the way it is spelled today. Soon after the word is first recorded as a noun in 1559, we find the verb carouse, in 1567.

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