brio

英 ['briːəʊ] 美
  • n. 生动
  • n. (Brio)人名;(意、西、俄)布里奥
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brio 活泼

意大利语。来自PIE *bhergh, 高,词源同berg, 高山。指音调高的,精神愉悦的。

brio (n.)
"liveliness, vivacity," 1734, from Italian brio, literally "mettle, fire, life," perhaps a shortened derivative of Latin ebrius "drunk." Or via Provençal briu "vigor," from Celtic *brig-o- "strength," from PIE root *gwere- (2) "heavy" (see grave (adj.)). Probably entered English via musical instruction con brio.
1. She is an elderly woman whose brio astounds everyone.
她是个年逾中年的妇女,但她的精力充沛使大家惊异.

来自《现代英汉综合大词典》

2. Her brio astounds everyone.
她充沛的精力令人惊异.

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