- vi. 畅饮；欢宴
- n. 喧闹的酒会或宴会；一饮而尽
1. carouse "可闹死，可乐死".
来自德语短语gar aus, 字面意思即quite out. gar, 词源同前缀ge-, com-。 -aus, 词源同out. 即尽情喝酒狂欢。
- carouse:  Etymologically, carouse means to drink something up ‘completely’. Originally it was an adverb, used in phrases such as drink carouse (‘the tiplinge sottes at midnight which to quaffe carouse do use’, Thomas Drant, Horace’s Epigrams 1567). These were a partial translation of German trinken garaus, in which garaus is a compound adverb made up of gar ‘completely, all’ and aus ‘out’.
- carouse (v.)
- 1550s, from Middle French carousser "drink, quaff, swill," from German gar aus "quite out," from gar austrinken; trink garaus "to drink up entirely." Frequently also as an adverb in early English usage (to drink carouse).
- 1. I am just enjoying carouse.
- 2. His followers did not rape or carouse, like the troops of many warlord armies.
- 他的部下也不象许多军阀的军队那样强奸民女, 大吃大喝.
- 3. No wonder they drink, smoke, fight, carouse and otherwise engage in inappropriate social behavior.
- 难怪他们喝酒 、 抽烟 、 打架 、 狂欢作乐或者做出不当的社会举动.
- 4. No wonder they drink, smoke , fright , carouse and otherwise engage in inappropriate social behavior.
- 难怪他们喝酒 、 抽烟 、 打架、狂欢作乐可能做出不当的社会举止.
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