hilarious

英 [hɪ'leərɪəs] 美 [hɪ'lɛrɪəs]
  • adj. 欢闹的;非常滑稽的;喜不自禁的
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Hilaria(嬉乐节)
hilarious 欢闹的,滑稽好笑的

来自hilarity,欢闹,狂欢。

hilarious (adj.)
1823, "cheerful," from Latin hilaris "cheerful, of good cheer" (see hilarity) + -ous. Meaning "boisterously joyful" is from 1830s. Related: Hilariously.
1. We thought it was hilarious when we first heard about it.
我们第一次听说此事时,觉得很好笑。

来自柯林斯例句

2. Lynn found the whole situation hilarious.
林恩觉得这一切都非常滑稽。

来自《权威词典》

3. The party got quite hilarious after they brought more wine.
在他们又拿来更多的酒之后,派对变得更加热闹起来.

来自《简明英汉词典》

4. My collection of Victorian literature turned out to be a rich and often hilarious source of information.
我收藏的维多利亚时代的文学作品竟成了一个资源丰富的信息宝库,而且内容常常令人捧腹。

来自柯林斯例句

5. He had a fund of hilarious tales on the subject.
关于这个话题他有说不完的趣事。

来自辞典例句

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