Halloween

英 [ˌhæləʊ'iːn] 美 [ˌhæloˈin]
  • n. 万圣节前夕(指十月三十一日夜晚)
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Halloween 万圣节前夕

来自苏格兰语Allhallow-even,全部圣人之夜,万圣节,all,全部的,hallow,神圣的,even,黄昏,晚上,前夕。

Halloween (n.)
also Hallow-e'en, c. 1745, Scottish shortening of Allhallow-even "Eve of All Saints, last night of October" (1550s), the last night of the year in the old Celtic calendar, where it was Old Year's Night, a night for witches. A pagan holiday given a cursory baptism. See hallow (n.) + even (n.); also see hallows. Hallow-day for "All-Saints'" is from 1590s.
1. He had insisted that she come up to Lawford for the Halloween party.
他执意要她来劳福德参加万圣节聚会。

来自柯林斯例句

2. To make a Halloween lantern, you first have to gouge out the inside of the pumpkin.
要做一个万圣节灯笼, 你先得挖空这个南瓜.

来自《简明英汉词典》

3. Do you want to come to a Halloween party?
你想参加万圣节聚会 吗 ?

来自超越目标英语 第1册

4. Do you want to invite Bill to our Halloween party?
你想邀请比尔参加我们的万圣节聚会 吗 ?

来自超越目标英语 第1册

5. Halloween is an autumn holiday that Americans celebrate every year.
万圣节前夕是美国人每年秋天庆祝的一个节日.

来自英语晨读30分(高三)

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