前缀be-, 强调。hest, 命令，召唤，词源同cite, 引用， 传讯。
- behest (n.)
- Old English behæs "a vow," perhaps from behatan "to promise" (from be- + hatan "command, call;" see cite) and confused with obsolete hest "command," which may account for the parasitic -t as well as the Middle English shift in meaning to "command, injunction" (late 12c.).
- 1. In 1970, at his new wife's behest, they moved to Southampton.
- 2. I called the office at the behest of my secretary.
- 3. They arrested him at the King's behest.
- 4. The policy document was produced at the behest of John Major and other world leaders.
- 5. Master, he will accompany you to the west at Guanyin's behest.
- 师傅, 这是不雅世音菩萨特地让他在此等待陪您上西天取经的.
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