- n. 高兴
- vi. 高兴
- vt. 使高兴
- n. (Delight)人名；(英)迪莱特
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1. de(读音联想“弟”) + light(光线) => 弟弟看到光线很快乐。
de-, 向下，强调。-lic, 抓住，诱惑，词源同lace, elicit, delicious. 即诱人的，使愉悦。
- delight (n.)
- c. 1200, delit, from Old French delit "pleasure, delight, sexual desire," from delitier "please greatly, charm," from Latin delectare "to allure, delight, charm, please," frequentative of delicere "entice" (see delicious). Spelled delite until 16c. when it changed under influence of light, flight, etc.
- delight (v.)
- c. 1200, deliten, from Old French delitier (see delight (n.)). Related: Delighted; delighting.
- 1. The British team did not disguise their delight at their success.
- 2. Good day to you, Bernard! It's a positive delight to see you.
- 3. Psychotherapists often take a perverse delight in criticizing other psychotherapists.
- 4. Mr Bowles could engender delight in students and musicians alike.
- 5. Andrew roared with delight when he heard Rachel's nickname for the baby.
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