- vi. 闪烁；冒火花；热情回应
- vt. 激发；引起；向...求爱
- n. 火星；朝气；情人；俗丽的年轻人
- [C] 火花; 火星 a small bit of burning material thrown out by a fire or by the striking together of two hard objects
- [C] 丝毫,略微,一点点 a very small but important bit
- vi. 发出火光 give out sparks
- vi. & vt. (使)大感兴趣 show great interest in
- vt. 导致 lead to; be the immediate cause of
a momentary flash of light
merriment expressed by a brightness or gleam or animation of countenance;
"he had a sparkle in his eye"
"there's a perpetual twinkle in his eyes"
electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field
a small but noticeable trace of some quality that might become stronger;
"a spark of interest"
"a spark of decency"
Scottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918)
a small fragment of a burning substance thrown out by burning material or by friction
put in motion or move to act;
"trigger a reaction"
"actuate the circuits"
emit or produce sparks;
"A high tension wire, brought down by a storm, can continue to spark"
- A tiny star can spark in the darkness.
- Druce lit the cigar, which began to spark and crackle.
- He sparked to her plan.
- You can spark the spirit of enterprise.
- The film you have watched can spark off a new idea.
- I don't want to talk to her because it will only spark off a row.
- This proposal will spark another countrywide debate.
- He sparked a girl on his birthday party.
- A cigarette spark started the fire.
- Down came the hammer and out flew the spark.
- A little spark may kindle a great fire.
- The vital spark in him makes him an artist.
- A cigarette spark started the forest fire.
- We couldn't even raise a spark of interest for our plan.
- What made the electric wire spark?
- The damp wood crackled and sparked.
- Fear of nuclear war sparked angry demonstrations.
- spark off (v.+adv.)
导致,为…的直接原因 lead to; be the immediate cause of
spark sth ⇔ off
His statement sparked off a quarrel between them.
Stories about the fall of the government sparked off much of the selling of shares.
The explosive was sparked off by someone striking a match to light up a cigarette.
The trouble was sparked off by an apparently harmless phrase.
- spark to (v.+prep.)
鼓舞,赞成 show great interest in sth
spark to sth
She sparked to the idea of an early start.
她热烈赞成早一点出发。spark sb to sth
Our success sparked us to fresh efforts.
The discovery sparked us to further study.
- spark with (v.+prep.)
发出火光 give out sparks
spark with sth
His eyes sparked with fury.
- spark cruelly 发出残酷地火花
- spark repeatedly 反复地闪光
- spark resoundingly 有共鸣地闪耀
- spark off 点燃,激发,发动,使产生
- spark off an explosive 引起爆炸
The smallest spark of fire..would kindle the whole.出自： Swift
I added more logs..sending up a spray of red sparks.出自： A. Brink
The two ships grazed together with a flurry of sparks from the iron bolts clashing.出自： G. McCaughrean
Who was the bright spark who convinced Wilson he should tax one portion of the..industry?出自：Toronto Star
The anger fair sparked..from her dark, indignant eyes.出自： S. R. Crockett
A love of sorts..sparked between them.出自： A. Taylor
Erskine had been sparking Olive for well over a year.出自： B. Graeme
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的spearca，意为火花。