erogenous

英 [ɪ'rɒdʒɪnəs; e-] 美 [ɪ'rɑdʒənəs]
  • adj. 唤起情欲的;性感的;性欲发生的(等于erotogenic)
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erogenous (adj.)
"inducing erotic sensation or sexual desire," 1889, from Greek eros "sexual love" (see Eros) + -genous "producing." A slightly earlier variant was erogenic (1887), from French érogénique. Both, as OED laments, are improperly formed. Erogenous zone attested by 1905.
In this connection reference may be made to the well-known fact that in some hysterical subjects there are so-called "erogenous zones" simple pressure on which suffices to evoke the complete orgasm. There is, perhaps, some significance, from our present point of view, in the fact that, as emphasized by Savill ("Hysterical Skin Symptoms," Lancet, January 30 1904) the skin is one of the very best places to study hysteria. [Havelock Ellis, "Studies in the Psychology of Sex," 1914]
1. Your body contains many erogenous zones, areas that lead to a feeling of sexual excitement when they are caressed.
人的身体有很多性敏感带,对这些敏感带进行抚摸会引发性欲。

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2. Some parts of our skin are also major erogenous zones.
一些部分的皮肤还是主要的性欲发生区.

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3. Who knows, maybe you'll find some erogenous zones he never knew he had.
谁知道呢, 也许你会发现一些他也不知道的性区域.

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4. Even worse, by focusing only on their genital contact, they may gradually desensitize other erogenous zones.
甚至更为糟糕的是, 只是沉溺于生殖器官的接触, 他们也许会逐渐失去其他性敏感区的敏感性.

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5. Your erogenous zones are the parts of your body that respond to sexual stimulation.
你的性感地带就是身体上对性刺激起反应的那些部位.

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