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  1. rouse

    • IPA[rouz]

    美式

    • v.
      bring out of sleep; awaken;cease to sleep or to be inactive; wake up
    • verb: rouse, 3rd person present: rouses, gerund or present participle: rousing, past tense: roused, past participle: roused

    • 釋義
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. bring out of sleep; awaken:

      she was roused from a deep sleep by a hand on her shoulder

    • 2. cease to sleep or to be inactive; wake up:

      she roused and looked around

    • 3. startle out of inactivity; cause to become active:

      once the enemy camp was roused, they would move on the castle

      she'd just stay a few more minutes, then rouse herself and go back

    • 4. startle (game) from a lair or cover.
    • 5. cause to feel angry or excited:

      the crowds were roused to fever pitch by the drama of the race

    • 6. cause or give rise to (an emotion or feeling):

      his evasiveness roused my curiosity

    • 7. stir (a liquid, especially beer while brewing):

      rouse the beer as the hops are introduced

    • 8. haul (something) vigorously in the specified direction:

      rouse the cable out

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    • IPA[raʊz]

    英式

    • v.
      cause to stop sleeping:
    • she was roused from a deep sleep by a hand on her shoulder

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