- adj. 亲爱的；乐意的
- adv. 自愿；欣喜
- n. (Lief)人名；(英、荷)利夫
- lief (adj.)
- Old English leof "dear, valued, beloved, pleasant;" also as a noun, "a beloved person, friend," from Proto-Germanic *leubo- (cognates: Old Norse ljutr, Old Frisian liaf, Dutch lief, Old High German liob, German lieb, Gothic liufs "dear, beloved"), from PIE root *leubh- "love" (see love (n.)). As an adverb, "dearly, willingly" from c. 1250. I want and I'd love to are overworked and misused to fill the hole left in the language when I would lief faded in 17c.
- 1. I would as lief kill myself as betray my master.
- 2. Frankly, I'd just as lief stay.
- 坦白地说, 我愿意留下来.
- 3. Level 45 Woodcutting and an axe to help Lumberjack Lief.
- 4. I had as lief go there as anywhere.
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