fever

  核心词汇  
['fiːvə(r)]     ['fiːvər]    
  • n. 狂热;发烧;发热
  • v. (使)发烧;(使)狂热
fevered fevered fevering fevers
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fever的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 狂热,激昂,高度兴奋
  2. 发烧,发热
  3. 热病
  4. 沸腾
  5. 热度,体温
  6. 激动不安,兴奋紧张
v. (动词)
  1. 使高度兴奋,使狂热
  2. 使发热,使发烧
  3. 使患热病
  4. 发烧
  5. 高度兴奋,狂热

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [S][U]发烧,热度 an illness in which the sufferer suddenly develops a very high temperature
  2. [U](of)一时的狂热 an extremely excited state

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection

  2. intense nervous anticipation;

    "in a fever of resentment"

fever的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Football fever gripped the town when the local team reached the cup final.
    在当地的足球队打进了优胜杯的决赛圈后,全市掀起一阵足球热。
  2. War fever was rising all over the Middle East.
    战争狂热正在整个中东地区升温。
  3. Her fever lasted five days without intermission.
    她连续五天一直发烧。
  4. My fever is gone, but I still have a cough.
    我不发烧了,但还是有点咳嗽。
  5. Flu is an infectious disease characterized by fever, aches and pains and exhaustion.
    流感是一种传染病,其特征是发热、全身疼痛和疲乏无力。
  6. Pneumonitis is usually associated with fever.
    间质肺炎常伴有发热。
  7. I feel as if I'm running a fever.
    我好像有点儿发热。
用作动词 (v.)
  1. He went to see a doctor at the onset of a fever.
    他开始发烧时便去看医生了。
  2. Fever is one manifestation of a cold.
    发烧是受凉的一种表现。
  3. War fever was rising all over the Middle East.
    战争狂热正在整个中东地区升温。
  4. Soon he succumbed to silver mining fever.
    没过多久他就被开采银矿的狂热所感染。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. She was obliged to keep to her bed because of a fever.
    她因发烧而不得不躺在床上。
  2. She died of a fever, and no one could save her.
    她死于高烧,谁也救不了她。
  3. My son's contracted a severe fever.
    我的儿子已患病,严重高烧。
  4. He flew into a whim and went swimming on a cold winter day, and got a fever soon afterwards.
    在冬季一个大冷天,他心血来潮去游泳,回来就发高烧。
  5. She had〔caught〕 a high fever last night.
    她昨晚发高烧。
  6. He was pulled down by a sudden fever.
    他突然发烧病倒了。
  7. A healthy child quickly recovers from a fever.
    健康的孩子发烧后能很快恢复。
  8. An ordinary cold can soon lead to a fever.
    一场普通的感冒很快就会引起高烧。
  9. The disease typically manifests itself in a high fever and chest pains.
    这种疾病的典型症状是发高烧和胸痛。
  10. He doesn't have a fever.
    他没发烧。
  11. An attack of fever soon pulled him down.
    发高烧很快使他的身体衰弱下来。
  12. After two days of fever, he began to pull round.
    发烧两天之后,他开始好转。
  13. A quick pulse often denotes fever.
    脉搏快常意味着发烧。
  14. Aspirin can bring fever down.
    阿司匹林能退烧。
  15. The fever has been killing off many of the older people in the city.
    城里许多上了岁数的人染上了这种热病后相继死去了。
  16. It was not the operation, but the fever that followed, which finished him off.
    不是手术,而是手术后的发烧使他死亡的。
  17. All the people who are suffering from the fever must be enclosed in the town.
    所有患热病的人都不可离开此城。
  18. The high fever nearly finished him off.
    那次高烧几乎使他送了命。
  19. The high fever often accompanies a mild infection.
    高烧常伴有轻度感染。
  20. He seemed to pick up quickly after his fever went down.
    他发烧好了以后身体似乎很快在好转。
  21. Has the child rallied from her fever yet?
    这个女孩的高烧退了吗?
  22. The sudden cold weather brought on his fever again.
    因天气骤冷,他发起烧来。
  23. My fever is gone, but I have a cough.
    我不发烧了,但是还有点咳嗽。
  24. My fever was increasing at that time.
    那时我的体温在升高。
  25. Travellers are reminded that inoculation against yellow fever is advisable.
    提醒旅游者接种预防黄热病的注射是明智的。
  26. The mother nursed her son through his scarlet fever.
    妈妈护理她患猩红热的儿子至病愈。
  27. Toward the end of the year he caught scarlet fever.
    快到年底时他染上了猩红热。
  28. She might have some fever.
    她可能有点发烧。
  29. She hasn't much fever.
    她不太发烧。
  30. He was laid up four weeks with fever.
    他因发烧已经卧床4周。
  31. The girl's forehead was flushed with fever.
    由于发高烧,女孩的额头都红了。
  32. Certain fever recurs at regular intervals.
    有些发烧症状会周期性反复出现。
  33. War fever was rising all over the Middle East.
    战争狂热正在整个中东地区升温。
  34. These young people were infected with the revolutionary fever.
    这些年轻人被革命热情所感染。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 介词+~

经典引文

  • Jealousy inhabited her like a fever making her shake and sweat.

    出自: I. Murdoch

fever的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. fever的基本意思是“发烧”“热度”,是不可数名词,没有复数形式,但常可加不定冠词。
  2. fever的另一个意思是“一时的狂热”,是不可数名词,多与介词of连用。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
have fever, have a fever
  • 表示一般“发烧”,用have fever和have a fever都可以,但在加上表示种类、程度的定语时,通常要加不定冠词a; 而在其前有表示病名的形容词时,通常不加a。试比较:
  • She died of a high fever.
  • 她死于高热。
  • She died of hemorrhagic fever.
  • 她死于出血热。
  • fever, heat
  • 这两个词的共同意思是“热”“热度”。其区别在于:
  • 1.heat指自然现象的温度或热气; 而fever则指因病而体温升高的热,即病热。
  • 2.用于比喻, fever有“沸腾”“狂热”的意思; 而heat有“热身赛”“辣”“激烈”的意思。例如:
  • Neither the colds of winter nor the heats of summer seemed to have any influence on his bodily health.冬天的严寒和夏天的酷暑似乎对他的身体健康都没有什么影响。
  • The runner was eliminated in the first heat.那位赛跑运动员在预赛中被淘汰。
  • They argued with great heat.他们争论得非常激烈。
  • 常见错误

    n. (名词)
      我的孩子上月发了两次高烧。

      My baby had two high fever last month.

      My baby had a high fever twice last month.

      他突然病倒,发起高烧。

      Suddenly he fell ill and ran high fever.

      Suddenly he fell ill and ran〔had〕 a high fever.

      fever没有复数形式,但有定语修饰时常可加不定冠词。

    词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的fēfer,意为热,暖和。
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