- vi. 争；竞争
- vt. 使针锋相对；提出...来竞争；以...作较量
- n. (Vie)人名；(英)维
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1. invite => vie.
2. Vie is ultimately the same word as invite. It is a shortened version of the now defunct envie (Old French version of invite, from Latin) 'make a challenge'.
3. which meant 'challenge' as well as 'invite'.
- vie:  Vie is ultimately the same word as invite. It is a shortened version of the now defunct envie ‘make a challenge’, which came via Old French envier from Latin invītāre (source of English invite), a word of uncertain origin which meant ‘challenge’ as well as ‘invite’.
- vie (v.)
- 1560s, "to bet, make a bet," (literally "make a vie, the noun attested from 1530s in cards), especially in card-playing, "to wager the value of one's hand against an opponent's," shortened form of Middle English envie "make a challenge," from Old French envier "compete (against), provoke; invite, summon, subpoena;" in gambling, "put down a stake, up the bet;" from Latin invitare "to invite," also "to summon, challenge" (see invitation). Sense of "to contend (with) in rivalry" in English is from 1560s; that of "to contend, compete, strive for superiority" is from c. 1600.
- 1. In hospitals, business plans vie with patients for doctors' attention.
- 2. She stood up obediently and went back to her room with a happy Vie.
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- 3. You have your point of vie, and I have mine.
- 你有你的观点, 我有我的观点.
- 4. Plaisir d'amour ne dure qu'un moment, chagrin d'amour dure toute la vie.
- 爱的快乐只存在一时, 而爱的悲伤却残留一世.
- 5. Les r ê ves de sa vie , les prisons de son c ? ur.
- 那需要时间,一些眼泪, 痛苦的咸.
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