俚语，来自psyche,灵魂，心理。常见于习语psych someone out.
- as a noun, short for psychology in various senses (e.g. as an academic study, in student slang by 1895). As a verb, first attested 1917 as "to subject to psychoanalysis," short for psychoanalyze. From 1934 as "to outsmart" (also psych out); from 1963 as "to unnerve." However to psych (oneself) up is from 1972; to be psyched up is attested from 1968.
- 1. Is there nobody to take my instuctions?
- 难到没有人接受我的指令 吗 ?
- 2. After work, it is hard to psych yourself up for an hour at the gym.
- 3. They are like heavyweight boxers, trying to psych each other out and build themselves up.
- 4. If it's not schizophrenia , what else presents with psych symptoms?
- 5. You're using those magic numbers of yours as a psych - out, aren't you , man?
- 你在用那些魔法数字装疯, 是不是, 老兄?
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