- n. 游行；阅兵；炫耀；行进；阅兵场
- vt. 游行；炫耀；列队行进
- vi. 游行；炫耀；列队行进
- n. (Parade)人名；(法、德)帕拉德
CET4 TEM4 IELTS 考 研 TOEFL CET6
1. par- "arrange, prepare, adorn" + -ade.
2. => display, show, military parade.
3. => "a show of bravado," also "an assembly of troops for inspections".
- parade (n.)
- 1650s, "a show of bravado," also "an assembly of troops for inspections," from French parade "display, show, military parade," from Middle French parade (15c.), or from Italian parate "a warding or defending, a garish setting forth," or Spanish parada "a staying or stopping," all from Vulgar Latin *parata, from Latin parere "arrange, prepare, adorn" (see pare), which developed widespread senses in Romanic derivatives. Non-military sense of "march, procession" is first recorded 1670s.
- parade (v.)
- 1680s (transitive), from parade (n.). Intransitive sense from 1748. Related: Paraded; parading.
- 1. Morning parade was in progress on the parade ground.
- 2. A military parade marched slowly and solemnly down Pennsylvania Avenue.
- 3. People stood waiting for the kick-off of the parade.
- 4. Women were not supposed to parade their ambition nakedly.
- 5. We belted down Iveagh Parade to where the motor was.
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