esprit

英 [es'priː] 美
  • n. (法)精神,才智;机敏
  • n. (Esprit)人名;(法)埃斯普里
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esprit (n.)
1590s, "liveliness, wit, vivacity," from Middle French esprit "spirit, mind," from Old French espirit "spirit, soul" (12c.), from Latin spiritus "spirit" (see spirit (n.)). For initial e-, see e-.

Esprit de corps, recorded from 1780 in English, preserves the usual French sense. French also has the excellent phrase esprit de l'escalier, literally "spirit of the staircase," defined in OED as, "a retort or remark that occurs to a person after the opportunity to make it has passed." It also has espirit fort, a "strong-minded" person, one independent of current prejudices, especially a freethinker in religion.
1. These estimators include the signal subspace methods, ESPRIT and WSF. They possess good statistical performance.
子空间类方法 、 esprit和WSF是 几种典型的高分辨方位估计方法, 它们具有良好的统计性能.

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2. As a bel esprit he despised pedantry whether in a man or in a bluestocking.
作为一个才子,他看不起卖弄学问的作风,不管这种作风是由男人还是女才子所表现出来的.

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3. Volkswagen is there with a presentation that exudes passion and esprit.
大众汽车携带散发着激情与勃勃生气的礼物.

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4. We need a strong leader to keep our esprit de corps intact.
我们需要一位有能力的领袖,使大家的团队精神得以保持不变.

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5. Works dependably , sincere, can withstand the tremendous pressure, has esprit de corps.
做事塌实 、 诚恳 、 能承受大的压力, 具有团结精神.

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