epi-, 在上，在中。-phan, 显现，词源同photo, phantasm.
- epiphany (n.)
- early 14c., "festival of the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles" (celebrated Jan. 6; usually with a capital -E-), from Old French epiphanie, from Late Latin epiphania, neuter plural (taken as feminine singular), from late Greek epiphaneia "manifestation, striking appearance, festival held in commemoration of the appearance of a god at some particular place" (in New Testament, "advent or manifestation of Christ"), from epiphanes "manifest, conspicuous," from epiphainein "to manifest, display, show off; come suddenly into view," from epi "on, to" (see epi-) + phainein "to show" (see phantasm). Of divine beings other than Christ, first recorded 1660s; general literary sense of "any manifestation or revelation" appeared 1840, first in De Quincey.
- 1. By epiphany he means'sudden spiritual manifestation ".
- 他的“显现”指的是“神灵的突现 ”.
- 2. By epiphany he means'the most delicate and evanescent of such memorable focusing moments.'
- 他的“显现”指的是 “ 那种难于忘怀的了,令人聚精会神的最微妙最短暂的时刻. ”
- 3. They an intellectual epiphany and think they've experienced catharsis.
- 4. As I studied these terms, I had an epiphany.
- 在研究这些词语时, 我突然灵光一现.
- 5. It consists of the archetypal structure of initiation story : innocence — ordeal — epiphany — maturity.
- 西娅的成长历程体现了成长小说的原型结构模式: 天真—考验—顿悟—成熟.
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