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来自拉丁语 revereri,敬畏，恐惧，尊敬，来自 re-,表强调，vereri,恐惧，尊敬，来自 PIE*were, 感知，注视，词源同 ware,aware.
- revere:  Revere goes back ultimately to Latin verērī ‘hold in awe or fear’, a possible distant relative of English aware and beware. Addition of the intensive prefix re- produced reverērī, which English probably acquired via French révérer. The derivative reverend , which comes from the Latin gerundive reverendus ‘to be revered’, has been used from earliest times as a title of respect for clergymen. That was for long a common application of reverent  too, which came from the Latin present participial stem reverent-.
- revere (v.)
- 1660s, from French révérer, from Latin revereri "revere, fear" (see reverence (n.), which also was the earlier form of the verb). Related: Revered; revering.
- 1. Students revere the old professors.
- 2. People revere the general.
- 3. Revere puffed his cheeks and blew, but his eyes were dangerous.
- 里维尔鼓起腮帮子, 呼出一口气.他的眼睛里露出凶光.
- 4. Students revere the old professor.
- 5. Toward morning Revere saw two lights in the tower. The British must be coming by sea!
- 黎明前,里威尔看到了塔里的两个灯光, 英国人从海上来了!
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