glare

英 [gleə] 美 [ɡlɛr]
  • n. 刺眼;耀眼的光;受公众注目
  • vi. 瞪眼表示
  • vt. 瞪视;发眩光
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1. 谐音“哥怒儿、哥怒哦”。
2. gl- + flare => glare.
3. glass => glare.
glare 炫目,怒目而视

来自PIE*ghel, 照耀,发光,词源同glass, gold. 此处用作比喻义,怒目而视,眼睛射出火的。

glare
glare: see glass
glare (v.)
late 13c., "to shine brightly," from or related to Middle Dutch, Middle Low German glaren "to gleam," from Proto-Germanic *glaz-; the whole group represents a rhoticization of the root of glass (n.). Sense of "stare fiercely" is from late 14c. Related: Glared; glaring.
glare (n.)
c. 1400, "bright light, dazzling glitter," from glare (v.); especially in reference to light reflected off some surface (17c.). From 1660s in sense of "fierce look." Old English glær (n.) meant "amber."
1. Norma is said to dislike the glare of publicity.
据说诺尔玛不喜欢被人过多关注。

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2. She attacked police in the full glare of TV cameras.
她在电视摄像机的镜头聚焦下公然袭击了警察。

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3. The Duchess's glare was glacial.
公爵夫人冷漠地看着。

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4. Special-purpose glasses reduce glare.
专用眼镜可使强光减弱。

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5. His glasses magnified his irritable glare.
他那怒不可遏的眼神在眼镜片下显得愈发逼人。

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