- n. 死记硬背；生搬硬套
- n. (Rote)人名；(德、俄)罗特
词源不详，可能来自拉丁语 rotare,旋转，转动，词源同 round,roll,rotate.比喻用法。
- rote (n.)
- c. 1300, "custom, habit," in phrase bi rote "by heart," of uncertain origin, sometimes said to be connected with Old French rote "route" (see route (n.)), or from Latin rota "wheel" (see rotary), but OED calls both suggestions groundless.
- 1. You are merely reciting facts that you have learned by rote.
- 2. He is very sceptical about the value of rote learning.
- 3. to learn by rote
- 4. She copied her teacher by rote.
- 5. Learning by rote is discouraged in this school.
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