• 基礎釋義
  • 例句
  • 柯林斯詞典釋義
  • 英英詞典釋義

pique

[pi:k] [pik]
  • 過去式:piqued;
  • 過去分詞:piqued;
  • 現在分詞:piquing;
  • 第三人稱單數:piques;
  • 形容詞:piqued;
  • 相關單詞 piquedpiquespiquet
    例句
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    • N-UNCOUNT
      (因遭人怠慢而感到的)惱怒,慍怒
      Pique is the feeling of annoyance you have when you think someone has not treated you properly.
      例句
      Mimi had gotten over her pique at Susan's refusal to accept the job. 米米已不再為蘇姍拒絕接受這份工作的事生氣了。
    • VERB
      激起,引起(興趣或好奇心)
      If something piques your interest or curiosity, it makes you interested or curious.
      例句
      This phenomenon piqued Dr Morris' interest... 這一現象激起了莫里斯醫生的興趣。 Their curiosity piqued, they stopped writing. 他們的好奇心被挑起,停下了手中的筆。
    • PHRASE
      一怒之下;憤然
      If someone does something in a fit of pique, they do it suddenly because they are annoyed at being not treated properly.
      例句
      Lawrence, in a fit of pique, left the Army and took up a career in the City. 勞倫斯一氣之下離開了陸軍,在倫敦金融城開始了工作。
    英英詞典釋義
    • Noun
      1. tightly woven fabric with raised cords
      2. a sudden outburst of anger;
      "his temper sparked like damp firewood"
    • Verb
      1. cause to feel resentment or indignation;
      "Her tactless remark offended me"
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