简明英汉词典

incite
[in5sait]
vt.
激动, 煽动

美国传统词典[双解]

incite
in.cite
AHD:[1n-sot“]
D.J.[in6sait]
K.K.[!n6sa!t]
v.tr.(及物动词)
in.cit.edin.cit.ingin.cites
To provoke and urge on:
剌激,激励:
troublemakers who incite riots; inciting workers to strike.
煽动暴乱的捣乱分子;鼓动工人罢工

语源

(1)

Middle English encyten
中古英语 encyten

(2)

from Old French enciter
源自 古法语 enciter

(3)

from Latin incit3e [to urge forward]
源自 拉丁语 incit3e [激励向前]

(4)

in- [intensive pref.] * see in- 2
in- [加强语意的前缀] *参见 in-2

(5)

cit3e [to stimulate] [frequentative of] ci?re [to put in motion] * see kei- 2
cit3e [剌激] [] ci?re的重复动词 [使行动起来] *参见 kei- 2

继承用法

incitement
n.(名词)

inciter
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

inciteinstigatefomentabet

(2)

These verbs mean to stir or give support to action.
这些动词均有促使或支持某行为发生的含义。

(3)

Incite is applied primarily to arousing the will and spirit to act:
Incite 主要用以指挑起行动的欲望或精神:
Their leader tried to incite the dissidents to overthrow the government. Toinstigate is to conceive and encourage the implementation of a plan of action, usually an evil or illegal one:
他们的领袖试图煽动持不同政见者推翻政府。 Instigate 指构思或鼓励通常是罪恶或不合法的行动计划的实施:
instigating a prison riot.
煽动狱内犯人暴乱。
“Commonly, though not always, we exhort to good actions, we instigate to ill” (Samuel Johnson).
“通常,尽管并不总是,我们规劝 人们做好事, 又怂勇人们 做坏事” (萨缪尔·约翰逊)。

(4)

Foment usually refers to the systematic fostering of feelings, as of discord or rebellion, that produce violent action:
Foment 常指系统地酝酿比如不和或反叛之心,导致暴力行动:
foment discontent;
挑起不满;
foment civil insurrection. To abet is to approve, encourage, and support actions, especially those in violation of what is right or proper:
煽动平民造反。 Abet 指赞同、鼓励并支持某些行为, 特别是错误与不正当的:
The treasurer, aided and abetted by an assistant, misappropriated company funds. See also Synonyms at provoke
掌管财务的人在助手的帮助和唆使下,挪用了公司的基金 参见同义词 provoke

现代英汉词典

incite
[In5saIt]
vt.
incited, inciting
激发;鼓动;引起

现代英汉综合大辞典

incite
[in5sait]
vt.

(1)

激励; 刺激

(2)

鼓动; 煽动

(3)

引起, 促成
incite a crowd to riot
煽动群众暴动
Insults incite resentment.
侮辱引起愤恨。

继承用法

incitement
[In`saItmEnt]
n.

习惯用语

incite sb. to sth.
煽动[唆使]某人做某事

incite sb. to do sth.
煽动[唆使]某人做某事

参考词汇
incite     instigate     arouse    
都含“ 激动”, “煽动”的意思。

(1)

incite 指“激励或煽动某人做好事或坏事”, 如:
His bravery incited the soldiers to fight continuously.
他的勇敢激励士兵们继续战斗下去。

(2)

instigate指“唆使或鼓动某人做坏事”, 如:
Who instigated assassination ?
谁教唆暗杀?

(3)

arouse 指“引起”、“使...醒来”, 动作意味较弱, 如:
His surreptitious behaviour naturally aroused suspicion.
他那鬼鬼祟祟的行为自然引起了旁人的怀疑。
appease     restrain     inhibit    

英文相关词典

incite
agitate    excite    inflame    instigate    provoke    rouse    stir    urge    

美国传统词典

incite
in.cite
AHD:[1n-sot“]
D.J.[in6sait]
K.K.[!n6sa!t]
v.tr.
in.cit.ed, in.cit.ing, in.cites
To provoke and urge on:
troublemakers who incite riots; inciting workers to strike.

语源

(1)

Middle English encyten

(2)

from Old French enciter

(3)

from Latin incit3e [to urge forward]

(4)

in- [intensive pref.] * see in- 2

(5)

cit3e [to stimulate] [frequentative of] ci?re [to put in motion] * see kei- 2

继承用法

incitement
n.

inciter
n.

参考词汇

(1)

incite, instigate, foment, abet

(2)

These verbs mean to stir or give support to action.

(3)

Incite is applied primarily to arousing the will and spirit to act:
Their leader tried to incite the dissidents to overthrow the government. Toinstigate is to conceive and encourage the implementation of a plan of action, usually an evil or illegal one:
instigating a prison riot.
“Commonly, though not always, we exhort to good actions, we instigate to ill” (Samuel Johnson).

(4)

Foment usually refers to the systematic fostering of feelings, as of discord or rebellion, that produce violent action:
foment discontent;
foment civil insurrection. To abet is to approve, encourage, and support actions, especially those in violation of what is right or proper:
The treasurer, aided and abetted by an assistant, misappropriated company funds. See also Synonyms at provoke

英汉法学大词典

incite
v.煽动 ,煽惑,唆使,挑拨,策动 ,主使

英汉化学大词典

incite
vt.刺激,激励,煽动

英汉计算机大词典

incite
vt.刺激(激励,煽动

英汉心理学大词典

incite
激励

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