• - (水因受到阻碍或震荡而向上涌) swash; surge; dash:

    Swashing against the rocks, the breakers sent up a fountain of spray. 海水冲击礁石,激起高高的浪花。

    A tossed stone raises a thousand ripples. 一石激起千层浪。

    - (冷水突然刺激身体使得病) fall ill from getting wet:

    He caught a chill from getting wet in the rain. 他叫雨激着了。

    - (用冷水冲或泡食物等使变凉) chill (by putting in ice water, etc.):

    chill a watermelon in cold water 把西瓜放在水里激一激

    - (使发作; 使感情冲动) arouse; stimulate; excite:

    arouse our enthusiasm for studying science and technology; 激起我们学习科学技术的热情

    The rejection of this measure aroused the people to indignation. 对该议案的否决激起人民的愤慨。

    - (感情激动) excite; stir:

    be deeply grateful; feel very much indebted; 不胜感激

    be stirred by righteous indignation 激于义愤

  • - (急剧; 强烈) sharp; fierce; violent:

    fierce fighting; 激战

    too drastic 过激

    - (鲜明) bright
  • - (姓氏) a surname:

    Ji Zhang 激章



  1. 我试图使思想集中起来,但是我太激动了。
    I tried to collect my thoughts but I was too excited.
  2. 他感到激动得发抖。
    He felt a quiver of excitement.
  3. 她的眼睛里闪耀出激动的神色。
    Her eyes kindled with excitement.
  4. 我看到雪激动得连寒冷都不在乎了。
    I was so excited to see snow that I was indifferent to the cold.
  5. 他们利用电视广告作为刺激需求的方法。
    They use television advertising as a device for stimulating demand.
  6. 光会刺激植物生长。
    Light stimulates plant growth.
  7. 希望降低税率这一措施能刺激经济进一步增长。
    It is hoped the tax cuts will act as a stimulant to further economic growth.
  8. 因为失业严重,求职的竞争十分激烈。
    Because there is so much unemployment, the competition for jobs is fierce.


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