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  1. rave

    • IPA[reɪv]

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    • v.
      talk incoherently, as if one were delirious or mad;address someone in an angry, uncontrolled way
    • n.
      an extremely enthusiastic recommendation or appraisal;a person or thing that inspires intense and widely shared enthusiasm
    • noun: rave, plural noun: raves

    • verb: rave, 3rd person present: raves, gerund or present participle: raving, past tense: raved, past participle: raved

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. talk incoherently, as if one were delirious or mad:

      Nancy's having hysterics and raving about a ghost

    • 2. address someone in an angry, uncontrolled way:

      ‘Never mind how he feels!’ Melissa raved

    • 3. speak or write about someone or something with great enthusiasm or admiration:

      New York's critics raved about the acting

    • 4. attend a rave party:

      they used to rave together—then they started working together

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an extremely enthusiastic recommendation or appraisal:

      their tour received rave reviews

    • 2. a person or thing that inspires intense and widely shared enthusiasm:

      last year's fave raves are back for a live performance

    • 3. a passionate and usually transitory infatuation:

      they are like little girls of eleven—they have raves

    • 4. a lively party involving dancing and drinking:

      their annual fancy-dress rave

    • 5. a very large party or similar event with dancing to loud, fast electronic music:

      rave culture

    • 6. electronic dance music of the kind played at a rave:

      the album is an eleven-track journey through rave and techno

    • n.
      irrational or incoherent talk:
    • the ravings of a madwoman
    • adj.
      used to emphasize a particular quality:
    • she'd never been a raving beauty

      have you gone raving mad?

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    • n.
      wild, irrational, or incoherent talk:
    • the ravings of a madwoman
    • adj.
      used to emphasize the bad or extreme quality of someone or something:
    • she'd never been a raving beauty

      have you gone raving mad?

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    • n. a lively, noisy party involving dancing and drinking:

    • we had a bit of a rave-up

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    • n. another term for rave

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    • shout and complain angrily and at length

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    • shout and complain angrily and at length

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    • IPA[rāv]

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    • v.
      talk wildly or incoherently, as if one were delirious or insane:
    • Nancy's having hysterics and raving about a ghost
    • n.
      an extremely enthusiastic recommendation or appraisal:
    • their recent tour received rave reviews

      the film has won raves from American reviewers

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    • IPA[reɪv]

    英式

    • n.
      a rail of a cart.

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    • n.
      a rail of a cart.

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