appetite 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:2 教材出处:译林版选必修B1U1
n. appetites 2
It gives you the chance to hit upon new ideas and recipes that can work well with your appetite and schedule.
Research suggests warm colors fuel our appetites.
Unlike red, blue can cause people to lose appetite.
He had lost his appetite and was not as active as before.
appetite for 对…的欲望
loss of appetite 食欲不振
good appetite 很好的胃口
risk appetite 风险胃纳
poor appetite 食欲不振
appetite for risk 风险偏好；风险容量
have a good appetite v. 胃口好
食欲,胃口;欲望,性欲;愛好,趣味I had appetite for inviting the man who bit me despite I had spite against him.我有意邀請咬我的人,盡管我怨恨他.
ap·pe·tite / 5Apitait /
1. [U, C, usually sing.] physical desire for food
He suffered from headaches and loss of appetite.
The walk gave me a good appetite.
Don’t spoil your appetite by eating between meals.
2. [C] ~ (for sth) a strong desire for sth
The public have an insatiable appetite for scandal.
The preview was intended to whet your appetite (= make you want more).
1 [countable usually singular, uncountable] a desire for food 胃口，食欲
Her husband always had a huge appetite.
Symptoms include tiredness and loss of appetite.
2 [countable] a desire or liking for a particular activity 欲望；喜爱
She has an amazing appetite for knowledge.
People seem to have an insatiable appetite (=always wanting more of something) for news of any kind.
a loss of sexual appetite
→ whet somebody’s appetite at whet(1)
Origin appetite (1300-1400) Old French apetit, from Latin, past participle of appetere “to try to get”, from ad- “to” + petere “to look for”
1.N-VAR 可变名词胃口;食欲 Your appetite is your desire to eat.
He has a healthy appetite…
Symptoms are a slight fever, headache and loss of appetite.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词强烈欲望;渴望 Someone’s appetite for something is their strong desire for it.
【搭配模式】：oft N for n
…his appetite for success.
…Americans’ growing appetite for scandal…
She gave him just enough information to whet his appetite.
appetite /ˈæpəˌtaɪt/ noun
: a physical desire for food胃口
[count] He has a healthy/good/hearty appetite.
men with big/large/gargantuan appetites
Delicious smells from the kitchen whetted our appetites. [=made us hungry] 厨房飘出的香味刺激了我们的食欲。
That movie made me lose my appetite. [=I no longer wanted to eat after seeing that movie] 看了那部电影，我一点胃口也没有了。
[noncount] Some common symptoms are tiredness, nausea, and loss of appetite.
I had no appetite and couldn’t sleep.
[count] : a desire or liking for something欲望；喜好
a healthy sexual appetite
— usually + for
He has a voracious appetite for books/reading.
She has an appetite for adventure. [=she likes adventure; she likes to do adventurous things] 她喜欢冒险。