furor

听听怎么读
英 ['fjʊərɔ:(r)]
美 [ˈfjʊrˌɔr, -ɚ]
是什么意思
  • n.

    喧闹;狂热;狂怒;抗议

  • 英英释义

    furor[ 'fju:rɔ: ]

    • n.
      • an interest followed with exaggerated zeal

        同义词:fadcrazefurorecultrage

      • a sudden outburst (as of protest)

        同义词:furore

    学习怎么用

    双语例句

    用作名词(n.)
    1. In the United States, there is a furor over the standard of Chinese imports.
      美国对中国进口商品的标准有了狂热的反应。

    权威例句

    Furor at Lyme disease conference
    Furor Over Minnesota Tenure Proposals
    Agent orange furor continues to build
    Transgenic Corn Ban Sparks a Furor
    Collins Sparks Furor With Proposed NIH Reshuffling
    Evaluation’s future: furor, futile, or fertile?
    Furor Poeticus: Poetic Inspiration in Greek Literature before Democritus and Plato
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    Response to the living will furor: directives for maximum care.
    U.S. science policy. Collins sparks furor with proposed NIH reshuffling.