简明英汉词典

passion
[5pAFEn]
n.
激情, 热情

基本词义

Passion
n.
耶稣的受难和死亡

美国传统词典[双解]

passion
pas.sion
AHD:[p2sh“…n]
D.J.[6p#.*n]
K.K.[6p#.*n]
n.(名词)

(1)

A powerful emotion, such as love, joy, hatred, or anger.
激情:强烈的感情,如爱、欣喜、憎恨或生气

(2)

Ardent love.
热烈的恋情

(3)

Strong sexual desire; lust.
强烈的性欲;色欲

(4)

The object of such love or desire.
引人暇思者:这种热恋或欲望的对象

(5)

Boundless enthusiasm:
无限的热爱:
His skills as a player don't quite match his passion for the game.
他的水平与他对这项游戏的酷爱程度不太相配

(6)

The object of such enthusiasm:
热爱之物:这种热情的对象:
soccer is her passion.
足球是她酷爱的体育运动

(7)

An abandoned display of emotion, especially of anger:
激情爆发:感情的恣意发泄,尤指怒气:
He's been known to fly into a passion without warning.
他以动不动就发火而有名

(8)

Passion
Passion

(9)

The sufferings of Jesus in the period following the Last Supper and including the Crucifixion.
受难:耶稣在最后的晚餐之后,包括被钉死在十字架上的时期内所受的苦难

(10)

A narrative, musical setting, or pictorial representation of Jesus's sufferings.
耶稣受难的故事或图画:表现耶稣受难的故事、为此所配的音乐或以此为题材的画

(11)

Archaic Martyrdom.
【古语】 殉道

(12)

Archaic Passivity.
【古语】 受难

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Medieval Latin passi?} passi?n- [sufferings of Jesus or a martyr]
源自 中世纪拉丁语 passi?} passi?n- [耶稣或殉教者所受的苦难]

(4)

from Late Latin [physical suffering, martyrdom, sinful desire]
源自 后期拉丁语 [肉体折磨,受难,罪恶的欲望]

(5)

from Latin [an undergoing]
源自 拉丁语 [一次经历]

(6)

from passus [past participle of] pato [to suffer] * see p?(i)-
源自 passus [] pato的过去分词 [遭受] *参见 p?(i)-

参考词汇

(1)

passionfervorfirezealardor

(2)

These nouns all denote powerful, intense emotion.
这些名词都表示强烈的、激烈的感情。

(3)

Passion is a deep, overwhelming emotion:
Passion 是一种深沉的、压倒一切的感情:
“an ardent, generous, perhaps an immoderate passion for fame” (Edmund Burke).
“一种对名望的热烈、充沛、也许是无节制的热望” (埃德蒙·伯克)。
“There is not a passion so strongly rooted in the human heart as envy” (Richard Brinsley Sheridan). The term may signify sexual desire but can also refer to anger:
“没有什么感情比嫉妒在人类心中更根深蒂固了” (理查德·布林斯林·谢里登)。这个词可以指性欲,也可指怒气:
“He flew into a violent passion and abused me mercilessly” (H.G. Wells).
“他勃然大怒并毫不留情地骂了我” (H·G·韦尔斯)。

(4)

Fervor is great warmth and intensity of feeling:
Fervor 指感情的极度热烈和强烈:
“The union of the mathematician with the poet, fervor with measure, passion with correctness, this surely is the ideal” (William James).
“兼备数学家和诗人的气质,热烈而有限度,热情而有节制,这的确是最理想的” (威廉·詹姆斯)。

(5)

Fire is burning passion:
Fire 是一阵燃烧的热情:
“In our youth our hearts were touched with fire” (Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.).
“当我们年青时,心中充满激情” (奥利弗·温德尔·霍姆斯·JR)。

(6)

Zeal is strong, enthusiastic devotion to a cause, an ideal, or a goal and tireless diligence in its furtherance:
Zeal 是指对事业、理想或目标强烈、狂热的热爱和为促进它不知疲倦的勤奋精神:
“his fervent zeal for the interests of the state” (Macaulay).
“他对国家利益的强烈热忱” (麦考利)。
“We are sometimes stirred by emotion and take it for zeal” (Thomas à Kempis).
“有时我们仅仅感情用事却误以为这是热忱” (托马斯·a·肯皮斯)。

(7)

Ardor is fiery intensity of feeling:
Ardor 是感情如火般得激烈。
“the furious ardor of my zeal repressed” (Charles Churchill).See also Synonyms at feeling
“我极度的热情被抑制住了” (查尔斯·邱吉尔)参见同义词 feeling

现代英汉词典

passion
[5pAF(E)n]
n.

(1)

激情;热情
speak with passion
充满激情地说

(2)

情欲

(3)

激怒;暴怒

(4)

强烈爱好;热望占有的东西

基本词义

Passion
n.
耶稣的受难和死亡

现代英汉综合大辞典

passion
[5pAFEn]
n.

(1)

热情, 激情; 强烈感情(尤指爱、恨、怒)

(2)

激怒, 愤怒

(3)

爱情; 情欲

(4)

爱好; 热望, 酷爱之物

(5)

[the Passion ]耶稣在十字架上的受难

(6)

[古]病痛
have a passion for music
酷爱音乐
contending passions
矛盾的心情
burning passions
灼热的情感
Passion music
【宗】耶稣受难曲
Passion play
【宗】耶稣受难剧
Passion Sunday
耶稣受难日

词性变化

passion
[5pAFEn]
vt., vi.
(使)充满[表露]感情[热情]

继承用法

passiontide
n.
复活节前的两星期, 封斋日

passional
[`pAFEnEl]
adj.
热情的, 感情的; 情欲的

词性变化

passion
[5pAFEn]
n.
(基督教的) 圣徒[殉教者]的殉难记

passionless
adj.
没有感情的, 不动情的, 冷淡的

passionful
[`pAFEnfJl]
adj.

passionfully
adv.

passionfulness
n.

passionlike
adj.

习惯用语

fly into a passion
勃然大怒, 大发雷霆

have a passion for
热爱

in a towering passion
怒气冲天, 大发雷霆

in a towering rage
怒气冲天, 大发雷霆

ruling passion
生活中支配地位的爱好, 主要的志趣

tender passion
爱情, 柔情

tender sentiment
爱情, 柔情

参考词汇
feeling    

用法词典

passion
来自拉丁语passio受苦
英文相关词典

passion
affection    anger    ardor    craze    desire    emotion    enthusiasm    fervor    fondness    fury    love    lust    rage    violence    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

passion
热情

美国传统词典

passion
pas.sion
AHD:[p2sh“…n]
D.J.[6p#.*n]
K.K.[6p#.*n]
n.

(1)

A powerful emotion, such as love, joy, hatred, or anger.

(2)

Ardent love.

(3)

Strong sexual desire; lust.

(4)

The object of such love or desire.

(5)

Boundless enthusiasm:
His skills as a player don't quite match his passion for the game.

(6)

The object of such enthusiasm:
soccer is her passion.

(7)

An abandoned display of emotion, especially of anger:
He's been known to fly into a passion without warning.

(8)

Passion

(9)

The sufferings of Jesus in the period following the Last Supper and including the Crucifixion.

(10)

A narrative, musical setting, or pictorial representation of Jesus's sufferings.

(11)

Archaic Martyrdom.

(12)

Archaic Passivity.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Medieval Latin passi?} passi?n- [sufferings of Jesus or a martyr]

(4)

from Late Latin [physical suffering, martyrdom, sinful desire]

(5)

from Latin [an undergoing]

(6)

from passus [past participle of] pato [to suffer] * see p?(i)-

参考词汇

(1)

passion, fervor, fire, zeal, ardor

(2)

These nouns all denote powerful, intense emotion.

(3)

Passion is a deep, overwhelming emotion:
“an ardent, generous, perhaps an immoderate passion for fame” (Edmund Burke).
“There is not a passion so strongly rooted in the human heart as envy” (Richard Brinsley Sheridan). The term may signify sexual desire but can also refer to anger:
“He flew into a violent passion and abused me mercilessly” (H.G. Wells).

(4)

Fervor is great warmth and intensity of feeling:
“The union of the mathematician with the poet, fervor with measure, passion with correctness, this surely is the ideal” (William James).

(5)

Fire is burning passion:
“In our youth our hearts were touched with fire” (Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.).

(6)

Zeal is strong, enthusiastic devotion to a cause, an ideal, or a goal and tireless diligence in its furtherance:
“his fervent zeal for the interests of the state” (Macaulay).
“We are sometimes stirred by emotion and take it for zeal” (Thomas à Kempis).

(7)

Ardor is fiery intensity of feeling:
“the furious ardor of my zeal repressed” (Charles Churchill).See also Synonyms at feeling

英汉化学大词典

passion
n.热情,激怒

英汉计算机大词典

passion
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英汉能源大词典

passion
n.热情,激怒

英汉心理学大词典

passion
热情

英汉医学大词典

passion
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英汉中医大词典

passion
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