- n. 精神；心灵；幽灵；精灵
- v. 使精神振作；偷偷带走
- 偷走， 偷偷带走
- [U] [C] 精神,心灵 the part of a person's mind that is able to think and will; talked about as clearly opposed to the body
- [C] 灵魂,幽灵 thought of as remaining alive, especially without appearing in physical form
- [S] 气概,志气 a quality of lively determination or brave effort
- [P] 情绪,心情 an intention or feeling in the mind; attitude
- [U] 酒精,烈酒 any of various liquids such as alcohol
the vital principle or animating force within living things
the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people;
"the feel of the city excited him"
"a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting"
"it had the smell of treason"
a fundamental emotional and activating principle determining one's character
any incorporeal supernatural being that can become visible (or audible) to human beings
the state of a person's emotions (especially with regard to pleasure or dejection);
"his emotional state depended on her opinion"
"he was in good spirits"
"his spirit rose"
the intended meaning of a communication
animation and energy in action or expression;
"it was a heavy play and the actors tried in vain to give life to it"
an inclination or tendency of a certain kind;
"he had a change of heart"
infuse with spirit;
"The company spirited him up"
- He is endued with a spirit of public service.
- We need a spirit of enterprise if we are to overcome our difficulties.
- Now the rat of Panic was gnawing at Byron's spirit.
- Music lifted up the listening spirit.
- It will evaporate like a spirit.
- They believe that his spirit lives on after death.
- She did not turn into foam. She became a spirit of the air and was happy at last.
- The boss is being in royal spirits right now.
- The holiday gave him back his good spirits.
- You must keep your father off strong spirits.
- The restaurant is not licensed for selling spirits.
- She has rallied her spirits.
- Nothing could dampen his spirits.
- Cancer destroyed her body but not her spirit.
- Her youthful spirit was crushed out of her by hardships.
- He shows no spirit.
- Communist spirit consists in whole-hearted devotion to public interests.
- He demanded that he himself be fired with the spirit of whole-heartedly serving the people.
- The Chinese youth should carry forward the revolutionary spirit of the May 4th Movement.
- The article breathes the spirit of the age.
- He was one of the greatest spirits of his time.
- His spirit will soon be in Heaven.
- The dying man recommended his spirit to God.
- The magician offered to call up the spirit of any great person of the past that we liked to name.
- The music seems to purify one's spirit of evil thoughts.
- If the spirit of Caesar could be called up by some spell,I wonder what it would think of the present-day world.
- Some people think that they have seen the spirits of dead persons.
- God is pure spirit.
- He was one of the spirits in heaven.
- I don't think her spirits will fall at the bad news.
- The good news elevated everyone's spirits.
- Her spirits remained up in spite of her disappointment.
- I hope that the holiday will give back my good spirits.
- Her spirits were dashed by the incident.
- I'm glad Hubert married a girl of spirit.
- She had a strong will, a spirit of initiative.
- That's the right spirit!
- She did this thing in a spirit of mischief.
- Whisky contains a large percentage of spirit.
- A spirit lamp burns spirit instead of oil.
- The grocer sells wine and spirits.
- be in (good〔high〕) spirits
喜气洋洋,快活,兴高采烈 put spirit into sth; be in royal spirits
- in spirit
精神上,心灵上 in one's thoughts
- lose one's spirits
垂头丧气 be out of spirits; be in low spirits; be down in spirits
- admire sb's spirit 钦佩某人的精神
- arouse sb's spirit 激起某人的精神,鼓起某人的士气
- brace up one's spirits 振作精神
- break sb's spirits 挫某人的锐气,使某人垂头丧气
- catch the spirit of the day 赶上时代精神
- damp spirits 败兴
- dash spirits 使精神沮丧
- depend on a spirit of 依靠…的精神
- develop a spirit of 发扬…的精神
- display a spirit of 表现…的精神
- have a spirit of 具有…的精神
- heighten spirits 振作精神
- inspire a spirit of 鼓励〔激起〕一种…的精神
- keep up one's spirits 振作精神
- lose one's spirits 垂头丧气
- put spirits into work 加劲干活
- raise sb's spirits 提高某人的士气〔情绪〕
- recover one's spirits 恢复士气〔情绪〕
- suit the spirit of the age 符合时代精神
- understand the spirit of 理解…的精神实质
- weaken the spirit of 削弱…的精神〔士气〕
- active spirit 积极的精神
- American spirit 美国人的精神
- brave spirit 勇敢的精神
- civil spirit 公民精神
- enterprising spirit 进取精神
- good spirit 伟大的精神,高昂的情绪
- great spirit 伟大的精神,高昂的情绪
- independent spirit 独立精神
- modern spirit 现代精神
- noble spirit 高尚的精神,高尚的人
- revolutionary spirit 革命精神〔气概〕
- scientific spirit 科学精神
- bad spirits 坏心情〔情绪〕
- better spirits 较佳的情绪
- cheerful spirits 兴高采烈的情绪
- excellent spirits 心境极佳
- flagging spirits 萎靡不振的情绪
- friendly spirits 友好的气氛
- high spirits 高昂的情绪
- low spirits 低落的情绪
- top spirits 心境极佳
- evil spirit 恶鬼
- leading spirit 主要人物
- class spirit 班级精神
- college spirit 学院精神
- party spirit 党性
- school spirit 爱校心
- team spirit (组、队成员的)协作精神,集体精神
- the Christmas spirit 基督教精神
- festival spirit 节日的气氛
- holiday spirit 假日的气氛
- war spirit 战时气氛
- against the spirit 违背精神
- in a spirit 本着某种态度
- in spirits 兴致勃勃
- full of spirit 精力充沛
- out of spirits 不高兴
- to one's spirit 直至内心
- go at it with spirit 斗志昂扬地干
My spirit is going; I can no more.出自：Anthony Cleopatra , Shakespeare
They were..fitted and spirited for Trials.出自： Patrick Walker
He was further spirited to it by an anonymous letter.出自： H. Rogers
One..boy..had to spirit himself up, whenever he came to play.出自： R. L. Stevenson
- spirit还可作“人; 人物; 鬼魂; 精怪; 圣灵”解,是可数名词。
- spirit作“情绪,心情”解时,多用于复数形式; 作“含酒精多的酒”解时,也多用于复数形式。
- spirit, mind, soul
- I will keep your advice in mind.我要把你的劝告记在心里。
- She called to mind a character in a novel.她想起了小说中的一个人物。
- For some reason, her name did stick in my mind.由于某种原因,她的名字就是令人难忘。
- May his soul rest in peace!愿他的灵魂安息吧!
- Her body died but her soul went to heaven.她的肉体虽已死亡,但她的灵魂却升入天堂。
- Discipline is the soul of an army.纪律是军队的灵魂。
- He put his heart and soul into the work.他把精力全部贯注在工作上了。
- Are there such things as spirits?有鬼魂这样的东西吗?
- He showed the spirit of selflessness.他表现出忘我精神。
- He dedicated himself to his country, body and spirit.他把自己的身心都贡献给国家了。
误 They were all with great spirit when they heard the good news.
误 They were all with great spirits when they heard the good news.
误 They were all in great spirit when they heard the good news.
正 They were all in great spirits when they heard the good news.
析 当 spirit 作“情绪”或“心情”解时,应该用其复数形式 spirits,这里介词 in 不能用 with 替代。输赢倒无所谓,重要的是你们临场时的那股锐气。
误 Whether you win or lose is unimportant; what matters is the spirits in which you play.
正 Whether you win or lose is unimportant; what matters is the spirit in which you play.
析 当 spirit 作“气魄,气概,勇气,志气”解时,是不可数名词,要用其单数形式。
- ☆ 13世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古法语的espirit，意为灵魂；最初源自拉丁语的spiritus，意为呼吸。