- vt. 强夺；强奸；使着迷
- n. (Ravish)人名；(印)拉维什
来自古法语 ravir,抓住，抓走，来自拉丁语 rapere,抓走，夺走，词源同 rape,rapt.-ish,动词后 缀。引申词义使销魂，使狂喜。
- ravish: see ravenous
- ravish (v.)
- c. 1300, "to seize (someone) by violence, carry (a person, especially a woman) away," from Old French raviss-, present participle stem of ravir "to seize, take away hastily," from Vulgar Latin *rapire, from Latin rapere "to seize and carry off, carry away suddenly, hurry away" (see rapid). Meaning "to commit rape upon" is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Ravished; ravishing.
- 1. He would ravish her and cut her throat at the moment of climax.
- 2. I know groups of trees that ravish the eye with their perfect, picture like effects.
- 3. He would ravish her.
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