动词过去式:adventured 过去分词:adventured 现在分词:adventuring 第三人称单数:adventures
1 [C] unusual, exciting or dangerous experience or undertaking 不寻常的, 有刺激性的或危险的经历或工作; 奇遇; 冒险
*have an adventure 有一次奇遇
* her adventures in Africa 她在非洲的冒险经历.
2 [U] excitement associated with danger, taking risks, etc 涉及危险, 冒险等的刺激
*a love/ spirit/ sense of adventure 对冒险的爱好[冒险的精神/冒险的意识]
* a life full of adventure 充满惊险刺激的生活
* [attrib 作定语] adventure stories 惊险故事.
n [U and C]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French;Origin: aventure, from Latin advenire 'to arrive', from ad- 'to' + venire 'to come']
an exciting experience in which dangerous or unusual things happen
a great adventure
Ahab's adventures at sea
an adventure story
sense/spirit of adventure
willingness to try new things, take risks etc
Come on - where's your sense of adventure?
1. This boast is not confirmed by my memory of anybody who on Sunday morning has forced me to partake of his adventure. 在我的记忆中, 这种夸夸其谈从未被任何一位星期日早晨强迫我参加他的散步活动者证实.
2. Next, the Algerian adventure had begun, and it appeared that this might prove expensive in lives. 其次，对阿尔及利亚的冒险行动已经开始，看来这可能被证明是要付出巨大生命代价的。
3. Kaz's father had been born to a family of some wealth and social position in Hiroshima, and had emigrated to America in the early 1920s in the spirit of adventure, not of need or flight; he never intended to stay. 和子的父亲出生在广岛一个殷实、有一定社会地位的家庭，20世纪20年代初移居美国，不是因为贫穷或者逃亡，而是冒险精神使然。但他从来没打算留在那里。
4. After his years of adventure, he could not settle down to a humdrum life. 多年的冒险生涯使他无法安下心来过这种单调的生活。
5. Until modern times, a trip was often a long and difficult adventure. 直到近代，旅行还常常是个漫长而又艰难的历险。