affection

英 [ə'fekʃ(ə)n] 美 [ə'fɛkʃən]
  • n. 喜爱,感情;影响;感染
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affection (n.)
early 13c., "an emotion of the mind, passion, lust as opposed to reason," from Old French afection (12c.) "emotion, inclination, disposition; love, attraction, enthusiasm," from Latin affectionem (nominative affectio) "a relation, disposition; a temporary state; a frame, constitution," noun of state from past participle stem of afficere "to do something to, act on" (see affect (n.)). Sense developed from "disposition" to "good disposition toward" (late 14c.). Related: Affections.
1. Normally, such an outward display of affection is reserved for his mother.
通常,只有在母亲面前他的情感才会如此外露。

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2. Their affection for her soon increased almost to idolatry.
他们对她的喜爱不久就发展到了盲目崇拜的地步。

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3. Right now I'm in need of a little filial affection.
此刻我需要的是一份孝心。

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4. He inspires affection and respect as a man of unquestionable integrity.
他无可争议的忠诚正直赢得了人们的爱戴和尊敬。

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5. She said goodbye to Hilda with a convincing show of affection.
她和希尔达道别时流露出了明显的爱意。

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