英 ['pærəmʊə] 美 ['pærəmʊr]
  • n. 情夫,情妇;情人
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1. 并排的感情.
paramour 情妇

来自古法语par amour,来自par,通过,穿过,整个的,amour,爱,情爱,词源同amateur.引申词义甜心,情妇。

paramour (n.)
c. 1300, noun use of adverbial phrase par amour (c. 1300) "passionately, with strong love or desire," from Anglo-French and Old French par amour, from accusative of amor "love," from amare "to love" (see Amy). Originally a term for Christ (by women) or the Virgin Mary (by men), it came to mean "darling, sweetheart" (mid-14c.) and "mistress, concubine, clandestine lover" (late 14c.).
1. " Thou hast kept the secret of thy paramour.
“ 你始终不肖泄露你的奸夫.

来自英汉文学 - 红字

2. Caines ( 1975 ) on the ease of a finite paramour set.


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