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  1. pleasure

    • IPA[ˈplɛʒə]

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    • n.
      a feeling of happy satisfaction and enjoyment;enjoyment and entertainment, as opposed to necessity
    • adj.
      used or intended for entertainment rather than business
    • v.
      give sexual enjoyment or satisfaction to;derive enjoyment from
    • noun: pleasure, plural noun: pleasures

    • verb: pleasure, 3rd person present: pleasures, gerund or present participle: pleasuring, past tense: pleasured, past participle: pleasured

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a feeling of happy satisfaction and enjoyment:

      she smiled with pleasure at being praised

    • 2. enjoyment and entertainment, as opposed to necessity:

      she had not travelled for pleasure for a long time

    • 3. an event or activity from which one derives enjoyment:

      the car makes driving in the city a pleasure

    • 4. sensual gratification:

      the touch of his fingers gave her such pleasure

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. used or intended for entertainment rather than business:

      pleasure boats

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give sexual enjoyment or satisfaction to:

      tell me what will pleasure you

    • 2. derive enjoyment from:

      risky verbal exchanges that the pair might pleasure in

    • adj.
      seeking amusement or enjoyment:
    • a selfish, pleasure-seeking young man
    • n.
      the action or practice of seeking amusement or enjoyment:
    • it was the Gilded Age—a time of lavish parties and tireless pleasure-seeking

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    • adj. enjoying activities that stimulate the senses rather than the intellect:

    • they were a pleasure-loving people who enjoyed dancing and singing

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    • n. a person in search of amusement or enjoyment:

    • in recent years, the island has been a magnet for pleasure seekers

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    • n. something, such as a movie, television program, or piece of music, that one enjoys despite feeling that it is not generally held in high regard:

    • everybody has a guilty pleasure—for me, it has to be mid 70s disco

      the average disaster movie falls into the 'guilty pleasure' category

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    • n. something, such as a film, television programme, or piece of music, that one enjoys despite feeling that it is not generally held in high regard:

    • everybody has a guilty pleasure—for me, it has to be mid 70s disco

      the average disaster movie falls into the 'guilty pleasure' category

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    • adj. enjoying activities that stimulate the senses rather than the intellect:

    • they were a pleasure-loving people who enjoyed dancing and singing

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    • adj. seeking amusement or enjoyment:

    • a selfish, pleasure-seeking young man

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    • n. the instinctive drive to seek pleasure and avoid pain, expressed by the id as a basic motivating force which reduces psychic tension.

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    • IPA[ˈpleZHər]

    美式

    • n.
      a feeling of happy satisfaction and enjoyment:
    • she smiled with pleasure at being praised
    • adj.
      used or intended for entertainment rather than business:
    • pleasure boats
    • v.
      give sexual enjoyment or satisfaction to:
    • tell me what will pleasure you

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  2. 知識+

    • pleasure and my 這句的中文怎麼翻

      可能話說太快,聽得有點誤差。 常用的說法是: The pleasure is mine. 這句話通常是回應別人的感謝。 譬如: "Thank...

    • 'guilty pleasures'的意思

      Guilty Pleasure 指的是不太有品味或不太入流的私密狂熱 而且就算自己非常清楚這個私密狂熱...

    • 別人回答My pleasure.之後

      千萬別被 Frost 給騙了你若真回答 You bet 的話那是非常不禮貌的You bet 在此會翻譯成 沒錯 的意思若你想回答你可以這樣回The pleasure is all my也就是說 榮幸都是我的意思是反過來感激對方給予的機會