verve

英 [vɜːv] 美 [vɝv]
  • n. 热情;神韵;活力;气魄
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1. verb => verve.
2. "(whimsical) words" => "special talent in writing".
3. The Verve(神韵乐队)于1989年成立于英国曼彻斯特的英式摇滚乐团.
4. Verve Music Group: 堪称当今财力及实力最雄厚的音乐出版集团.
verve 热情,气韵,神韵

来自拉丁语verba,灵光闪现想出的字词,灵感,词源同word。原指在写作和艺术方面特殊的才能,引申义神韵,热情等。

verve
verve: see verb
verve (n.)
1690s, "special talent in writing, enthusiasm in what pertains to art and literature," from French verve "enthusiasm" (especially pertaining to the arts), in Old French "caprice, odd humor, proverb, saying; messenger's report" (12c.), probably from Gallo-Roman *verva, from Latin verba "(whimsical) words," plural of verbum "word" (see verb). Meaning "mental vigor" is first recorded 1803.
1. She revelled in big MGM musicals with their colour and verve.
她酷爱米高梅电影公司制作的色彩绚丽、激情四溢的大型歌舞片。

来自柯林斯例句

2. It was a performance of verve and vitality.
这是一场充满激情与活力的演出。

来自《权威词典》

3. Rosa wrote with great verve.
罗莎带着巨大的热情写作.

来自《简明英汉词典》

4. He looked for the dramatic, like the sunset in this painting, and painted it with great verve.
他追求画面的恢宏壮观——就像这幅画里的落日——而且创作时充满激情。

来自柯林斯例句

5. It is moreover a book of astonoshing wit and verve.
这还是一本充满惊人的机智和活力的小说.

来自辞典例句

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