英 [ə'perɪtiːf; ə,perɪ'tiːf]
1、aper- + -itif (-itive <=>-itif).
- aperitif (n.)
- 1894, "alcoholic drink taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite," from French apéritif "laxative, laxative liqueur," literally "opening," from Latin aperitivus, from aperire "to open" (see overt). Compare Middle English apertive (adj.), a medical word meaning "capable of opening or dilating" (pores, etc.), early 15c.
- 1. He finished his aperitif and tasted the wine the waiter had produced.
- 2. No, thanks. We'll skip aperitif.
- 不, 谢谢, 饭前酒免了吧!
- 3. Recommendations: As an aperitif , mussels marinieres, crab cocktail, seafood, or dessert.
- 配餐建议: 可以作为开胃酒, 也可以与海鲜或甜品搭配.
- 4. Would you care for an aperitif before you meal?
- 5. It is as an aperitif or with strong cheeses and desserts.
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