experience

  基本词汇  
[ɪk'spɪəriəns]     [ɪk'spɪriəns]    
  • n.经验;经历
  • v.经历;体验;感受
experiencer experienced experienced experiencing experiences
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experience是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. 经历,阅历,见识,世面,所见所闻
  2. 经验,体验,感受,体会,实践
  3. 【宗】灵性的感受
  4. 事,事实
  5. 传统
  6. 亲身经历,亲自参加的活动
  7. 亲身经历时期
  8. 从亲身经历中得到的知识、技能或经验
v.(动词)
  1. 体验,感受,经历,体会
  2. 遭受,经受
  3. 知道,发现,认识
  4. 感(受)到,觉得
  5. 有…的经验

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [U]经验 knowledge or skill which comes from practice in an activity or doing sth for a long time rather than from books
  2. [C]经历,阅历 sth that happens to one; event or activity that affects one in some way
  3. [P]感受 an effect on the mind and feelings
v.(动词)
  1. vt. 经历,体验,感受,遭受 have experience of; feel; meet with

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英英释义

Noun:
  1. the accumulation of knowledge or skill that results from direct participation in events or activities;

    "a man of experience"
    "experience is the best teacher"

  2. the content of direct observation or participation in an event;

    "he had a religious experience"
    "he recalled the experience vividly"

  3. an event as apprehended;

    "a surprising experience"
    "that painful experience certainly got our attention"

Verb:
  1. go or live through;

    "We had many trials to go through"
    "he saw action in Viet Nam"

  2. have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations;

    "I know the feeling!"
    "have you ever known hunger?"
    "I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict"
    "The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare"
    "I lived through two divorces"

  3. go through (mental or physical states or experiences);

    "get an idea"
    "experience vertigo"
    "get nauseous"
    "receive injuries"
    "have a feeling"

  4. undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind;

    "She felt resentful"
    "He felt regret"

  5. undergo;

    "The stocks had a fast run-up"

experience的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. He has had no previous experience in this kind of job.
    他从前没有做这种工作的经验。
  2. I know from my own experience how difficult the work can be.
    从我自己的经验我明白这项工作会有多难。
  3. I had a singular experience in Africa.
    我在非洲时有过一次奇特的经历。
  4. The shipwreck was a harrowing experience.
    那次船难是一个惨痛的经历。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. You will experience a dream of fantasy.
    你将会经历一个梦幻之旅。
  2. He experienced a pang of sadness.
    他感到一阵悲痛。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Experience is the best teacher.
    经验是最好的老师。
  2. Experience is the mother of science.
    经验为科学之母。
  3. Experience keeps a dear school, but fools learn in no other.
    吃亏学乖代价高,笨汉非此学不好。
  4. She's had nine months' experience.
    她已经有了九个月的经验。
  5. He has not enough experience for the position.
    他没有足够的经验担当此职。
  6. The job requires three years' experience as an accountant.
    这工作需要有三年的会计工龄。
  7. I'm new in the job but I am already accumulating experience.
    我干这个工作是新手,但我已经在积累经验。
  8. He is considered to lack experience.
    人们认为他经验不足。
  9. He accumulated a wealth of experience.
    他积累了丰富的经验。
  10. It is a fact of everyday experience that a conductor in which there is an electric current is there by heated.
    某一导体因其中有电流通过而发热,这是平日常见的事情。
  11. The experiences of the elderly are quite useful to the young.
    对年轻人来说,长辈的经验是十分有用的。
  12. Proverbs are the result of the common experience of the world.
    谚语来自世人的共同经验。
  13. None can afford to neglect the accumulated experiences of man.
    谁也不能忽视人类所积累的经验。
  14. He had no experience of life at all.
    他根本没有生活经验。
  15. Her own experiences had taught her to have compassion for misunderstood children.
    她自身的遭遇使她认识到应对那些受到误解的孩子予以同情。
  16. The earthquake was quite an experience.
    那次地震可真是一次不寻常的经历。
  17. I've had some very disturbing experiences.
    我曾有过一些非常恼人的经历。
  18. None of the others have lived my experiences.
    没有任何人体验过我的经历。
  19. He wrote the book from his own experiences.
    他以个人经历写成这本书。
  20. The writer drew the stories from his own experience.
    作者的这些小说取材于他的亲身经历。
  21. Even the lapse of many years will never erase the memory of that experience from my mind.
    即便是很多年时光的流逝也绝不会把对这一经历的记忆从我的心中抹去。
  22. Crime flows from many causes, among them unhappy experiences and poor education.
    犯罪的原因很多,其中包括不幸的经历和低教育程度。
  23. They were all sympathetically disposed towards her bitter experience.
    他们都对她的悲惨遭遇寄予同情。
  24. I had rather odd experience the other day.
    那天我获得一个相当奇怪的经历。
  25. I had a really strange experience last week.
    上星期我有一段相当奇怪的经历。
  26. You must try some of her home-made wine—it's quite an experience!
    你一定要尝尝她自制的葡萄酒——一饱口福!
~+to- v
  1. They don't have enough experience to do the job.
    他们做这项工作没有足够的经验。
用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. I experienced a lot of difficulties.
    我经历了许多困难。
  2. He experienced great hardships for the first time in his life.
    他有生以来初次体验到巨大的艰苦。
  3. Our country has experienced great changes in the last 20 years.
    在过去的20年里,我们国家经历了巨大变化。
  4. A writer experiences life at its source.
    作家体验生活。
  5. He experienced nausea after eating octopus.
    吃了章鱼后他感到恶心。
  6. She experienced a chill.
    她感到了冷淡。
  7. We experienced great distress over the news of his death.
    听到他的死讯我们感到十分悲痛。
  8. He experienced a joy in helping others in trouble.
    他领受到了那种帮助困难人之后的快乐。
  9. Alex experienced a feeling of great relief.
    亚历克斯感到巨大的安慰。
  10. She experienced a sudden sensation of distress.
    她突然感到一阵悲哀。
  11. He began to experience the evil effect of drinking.
    他已经开始感受到喝酒的有害影响。
  12. 用于be ~ed结构
  13. Similar problems have been experienced by other students.
    类似的问题其他学生也经历过。
S+~+ v -ing
  1. He has experienced bearing the burden.
    他经历过担负重担。
S+~+wh-clause
  1. He has experienced what hardships mean.
    他尝到了艰苦的滋味。
其他 v -ed as Attrib.
  1. We can't hope to compete against so experienced a team.
    我们没有希望拼得过如此有经验的球队。
  2. The experienced teacher is used to keeping his students hard at work.
    有经验的老师习惯于督促学生用功学习。
  3. The most experienced climber was chosen to lead the other up the mountain.
    最有经验的登山运动员被挑选出来带领其他人爬山。
  4. It goes without saying that an experienced person will do that work better than someone without experience.
    不言而喻,有经验的人做这事要比没经验的人做得好。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
by experience
  1. 通过经验… through experience

    It is confirmed by experience that this is the right approach to the command of grammar. 经验证明这是掌握语法的正确途径。

experience in
  1. …的经验〔经历〕 experience from sth or doing sth experience in sth

    They have rich experience in practice.他们有丰富的实践经验。

    It is a common experience in life.那是人生中的普通经历。

    He has sound experience in commercial correspondence.他对商业通信有充分的经验。

    experience (in) v-ing

    The fire department has vast experience fighting brush fire.这个消防队对扑灭灌木林火灾有着极其丰富的经验。

    He has much experience in training footballers.他在训练足球运动员方面有许多经验。

    He has much experience in teaching English.他有丰富的英语教学经验。

    His experience in gambling houses and brothels was drawn on in his spy career.他早年在赌场和妓院的经历对他的间谍生涯起了作用。

from experience
  1. 从经验中… by way of experience

    I know that from my own experience. 我是凭自己的经验弄懂那件事的。

knowledge and experience
  1. 有见识 having knowledge and having experience

    The old worker has knowledge and experience as well. 这位老工人既有知识又有经验。

of experience
  1. 有经验的 experienced

    She was a housewife of experience. 她是一个有经验的家庭主妇。

    The job calls for a man of rich experience in driving truck. 这工作需要一个驾驶卡车经验丰富的人。

用作动词 (v.)
experience at (v.+prep.)
  1. 有…经验 have experience in sth be experienced at sth/v-ing

    She is not yet experienced at love affairs.她还未经历过恋爱。

    She is not yet experienced at teaching.她没有教过书。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词

经典引文

  • Make Experience of my loyalty, by some service.

    出自:J. Shirley
  • The hottest weather I ever experienced.

    出自:Sir W. Scott
  • Free-will cannot be debated but only experienced, like a colour or the taste of potatoes.

    出自:W. Golding
  • I experienced an almost hysterical elation.

    出自:D. Murphy
  • The most..peaceful sleep that I had experienced for a long time.

    出自:I. Murdoch

experience的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. experience的基本意思是“经验”,指由实践得来的知识和技能,是不可数名词,没有复数形式,也不与不定冠词连用。
  2. experience也可作“经历,阅历”解,指具体的经验,亲身见过、做过或遭受的事,是可数名词,其单数可表示一具体活动的结果。
  3. experience还可作“感受”解,这时常用复数形式。
  4. experience后如有介词of短语作为限制性定语时要用定冠词the。
  5. 表示“在…方面的经验”时, experience后一般接介词in,也可接动词不定式作后置定语。
v.(动词)
  1. experience的基本意思是“经历”,指人们在生活中所遇到的事情,经过或通过学习、实践取得经验的过程。也可用来表示“体验”“感受”。
  2. experience只用作及物动词,接名词、代词、动名词或疑问词从句作宾语。
  3. experience的过去分词experienced可用作形容词,在句中作定语或表语。

词义辨析

v.(动词)
experience, experiment, suffer, sustain, undergo
这组词的共同意思是“经历”。其区别是:
1.experience指人们“经历”过的事情,即生活中所遇到的事情或通过学习、实践取得经验的过程; experiment指科学家进行的试验或为了检验某种效果而进行的任何活动; suffer指体验到伤害和困苦; sustain指遭受苦难,但不一定有勇气或坚忍精神; undergo强调被迫经受不愉快的事或苦难,也可指经历时间。例如:
The Chinese people have experienced untold sufferings under imperialist oppression.在帝国主义的压迫下,中国人民遭受了无数的苦难。
They experimented on electricity.他们做电学实验。
He seemed to have suffered a great deal.他好像受了很多苦。
He has sustained a great loss by the death of his father.父亲死了,他遭受了巨大损失。
He undergoes hardships.他备尝艰难。
2.experience通常与动词have连用,而experiment通常与动词do连用。
undergo experience sustain suffer
这些动词均有“经历,经受,遭受”之意。
  • undergo:undergo多指经受艰难、痛苦、不愉快或危险等事。
  • experience:experience指亲身经受或体验某事。
  • sustain:sustain指遭受痛苦或承受负担。
  • suffer:suffer常可与sustain通用,尤指受到损害或伤害。

常见错误

n.(名词)
  1. 比赛期间运动员们互相交流经验。

    During the competitions players exchanged experiences.

    During the competitions players exchanged experience.

    experience作“经验”解时,是不可数名词,没有复数形式。

  2. 牛顿做过一些关于光和颜色的实验。

    Newton carried out several experiences on light and colour.

    Newton carried out several experiments on light and colour.

    experiment表示人们为了检验某种结果而进行的任何行动; 而experience指人们经历过的事情。

词源解说

  • ☆ 14世纪晚期进入英语,直接源自古法语的experience;最初源自拉丁语的experientia:ex (出) + peritus (尝试),意为通过不断尝试获知的得识。

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