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evoke如何读

英[ɪˈvəʊk]美[ɪˈvoʊk]

evoke自然拼读

e·voke

ih vok [or] i vok

evoke是什么意思

  • v. 引起,唤起(感情、记忆或形象);召(魂),唤(神)

evoke变形

第三人称单数:evokes

现在分词:evoking

过去式:evoked

过去分词:evoked

evoke扩展

evoker (n.)

evoke英英释义

  • v.
    • call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
    • evoke or provoke to appear or occur
    • deduce (a principle) or construe (a meaning)
    • summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
    • call to mind

evoke儿童词典英英释义

evolveverb

to develop or work out from something else evolved a safer design from the old one

evolved a new plan

to produce by a process of evolution

to change by a process of evolution

evolveverb

to develop or work out from something else evolved a safer design from the old one

evolved a new plan

to produce by a process of evolution

to change by a process of evolution

evolutionnoun

a process of change in a certain directionespecially: a process of constant change from a lower or simple state to a higher or complex state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations

the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (as natural selection or genetic mutation)

evolutionnoun

a process of change in a certain directionespecially: a process of constant change from a lower or simple state to a higher or complex state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations

the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (as natural selection or genetic mutation)

evolutionnoun

a process of change in a certain directionespecially: a process of constant change from a lower or simple state to a higher or complex state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations

the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (as natural selection or genetic mutation)

evolutionnoun

a process of change in a certain directionespecially: a process of constant change from a lower or simple state to a higher or complex state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations

the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (as natural selection or genetic mutation)

evolutionnoun

a process of change in a certain directionespecially: a process of constant change from a lower or simple state to a higher or complex state : growth

something evolved

the process of working out or developing

the process by which new species or populations of living things develop from preexisting forms through successive generations

the scientific theory explaining the appearance of new species and varieties through the action of various biological mechanisms (as natural selection or genetic mutation)

evokeverb

to call forth or up : summon

the song evoked memories of summer

evokeverb

to call forth or up : summon

the song evoked memories of summer

evoke同义词

  • vt. 引起,唤起;博得
  • earn, attract, cause, produce, occasion

evoke区别

 waken, evoke, wake, arouse, awake

这组词都有“唤醒,唤起”的意思,其区别是:

wakenvi.醒来,睡醒(up);觉醒,振奋 vt.唤醒,弄醒;使觉醒;使振奋,激发;激起

evokevt.唤起,引起,使人想到

wakevi.醒来 vt.唤醒,唤起,激起,使认识到 wake (up) to 认识到,意识到

arousevt.引起,唤起,激起;唤醒=awaken

awakeadj.[用作表语]醒着的 vt.唤醒,觉醒 vi.醒,觉醒,意识到

以上来源于网络

evoke词源英文解释

French évoquer, from Latin evocare, from e- + vocare to call — more at vocation

The first known use of evoke was circa 1622

evoke 例句

1.The covert glances and quiet murmurs I usually evoke are nothing compared to the reaction brought on by the sight of my bizarre-looking prep team.

2.These moments of night when the swamp and darkness surrounded them evoked an immense loneliness, a dread, a sense of exile from the rest of humanity.

3.She draped garlands on her ships to evoke a sense of triumph.

4.For Nietzsche, genuine love cannot evoke guilt.

对尼采来说,真爱是不能引发任何负罪感的。

5.Competing with a wailing baby at the back of the room, I tried to evoke that hot summer of 1935, when the cousins came down from the north.

6.He was tired of fighting off the dreams and the voices; he was tired of guarding himself against places and things which evoked the memories.

7.There were hints of much worse things around us now like a faint odor in the air, evoked by words like “plasma” and “psycho” and “sulfa,” strange words like that with endings like Latin nouns.

8.Cool colors such as blues and greens tend to evoke serenity and peace.

冷色系如蓝色和绿色,能产生平静的情绪。

9.Each kind of music can stir a listener and evoke a response in him.

每一种音乐都能激起听众的共鸣。

10.Next, Roska plans to discover how the approach-sensitive cells evoke a reaction in the brain.

接下来的研究中,罗斯卡准备找出这种细胞引起大脑反应的方式。

11.For many chess players—and especially for those people who don’t know the game—witnessing two players competing without sight of a board can evoke astonishment.

12.Though they were intended to evoke such rustic dances, they were meant to be played and listened to, not as accompaniment for actual dancing.

13.“But let’s take it one step at a time. Find the least dangerous situation that can evoke some spontaneity in you.”

14.For good measure I added Pi = 3.14 and I drew a large circle, which I then sliced in two with a diameter, to evoke that basic lesson of geometry.

15.That word evoked fear ever since the immigration raid in Tent City, a labor camp in Santa Maria where we sometimes lived.

16.The resulting hole evoked a giant grave and exuded the same musty chill, but this was not unwelcome for it provided workers with relief from the intensifying summer heat.

17.I use “maize” because Indian maize—multicolored and mainly eaten after drying and grinding— is strikingly unlike the sweet, yellow, uniform kernels usually evoked in North America by the name “corn.”

18.Covered with the same wishy-washy flowered material as the spread, the pillows evoke an Arab engineer more than a lord and master of the harem.

19.They see the life and the feeling that Vincent meant to evoke, of real people, in a family, with faults, eating around a table, peasant life, real life, unromanticized.

20.It is when confronted by the overwhelming signal of free molecules of endotoxin, evoking memories of vibrios in great numbers, that the limulus flies into panic, launches all his defenses at once, and destroys himself.

evoke 同义词相关

educe

elicit

inspire

raise

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