英 ['gʊəmənd; 'gɔː-]
- n. 美食家；贪食者
- adj. 贪食的
- n. (Gourmand)人名；(法)古尔芒
1. gourmand, 吃起饭来“够猛的”
来自法语，词源不详。可能来自词根vor, 吞食，词源同voracity, gorge.
- gourmand (n.)
- late 15c., "glutton," from Middle French gourmand "glutton," originally an adjective, "gluttonous," of uncertain origin. Not considered to be connected with gourmet. Meaning "one fond of good eating" is from 1758.
The gourmand is one whose chief pleasure is eating; but a gourmet is a connoisseur of food and wines. In England the difference is this: a gourmand regards quantity more than quality, a gourmet quality more than quantity. [Brewer, "Dictionary of Phrase and Fable," Philadelphia, 1898]
- 1. He was long famed as a gourmand and smoker and drinker.
- 2. The guidebook to the museum is written in three languages English, Gourmand Japanese.
- 这家博物馆的导游词是用英语 、 第十一届德语和日语□种语言写的.
- 3. Gourmand is a lover of good food.
- 4. For the past five years, we have done alot of trade with gourmand.
- 在过去的五年中, 我们与贵国进行了罅康拿骋住?
- 5. The guidebook to the museum is write in three language english, gourmand japanese.
- 这家博物馆的导游词是用英语 、 第十一届德语和日语3种语言写的.
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