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concoct

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源自拉丁語 concoctiō (消化),源自con- (一起)coquō (烹煮)

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  • 國際音標(幫助)/kənˈkɒkt/, [kʰəŋˈkʰɒkt]
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concoct (第三人稱單數簡單現在時 concocts,現在分詞 concocting,一般過去時及過去分詞 concocted)

  1. 混合调制,混合调配
    近義詞: preparemix
    to concoct a potion
    调和药水
    to concoct a new dish
    调配一道新菜
    • 1834, L[etitia] E[lizabeth] L[andon], 章號 IX, 出自 Francesca Carrara. [], 卷 II, London: Richard Bentley, [], (successor to Henry Colburn), →OCLC頁號 103:
      Their only regret was, that Mademoiselle Carrara would taste none of the conserves and the pastry they were so busily concocting.
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    • 2007, Cecilia Dart-Thornton, The Well of Tears: Book Two of The Crowthistle Chronicles, Tor Books, →ISBN:
      Pecan shells make good fuel, and they are used by leather tanners to concoct their foul-smelling compounds, and sometimes we mix them with charcoal in hand-soap to make a really good scrubbing agent
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    • 2014, Lisa Howard, Healthier Gluten-Free, Fair Winds Press (MA) (ISBN 9781592335985), page 171:
      The twelve include Jill (she used to be a chicken-and-potatoes girl, but now she's willing to try whatever I concoct), []
  2. (比喻義) 谋划策划图谋捏造
    近義詞: contriveplotscheme
    to concoct a cunning plan
    制定一个狡猾的计划
    • 1842, [anonymous collaborator of Letitia Elizabeth Landon], 章號 XXVI, 出自 Lady Anne Granard; or, Keeping up Appearances. [], 卷 II, London: Henry Colburn, [], →OCLC頁號 34:
      On the other hand, the finest argument ever concocted, the concentrated wisdom drawn from men and books, will fail to charm, like the hilarity of a dance, or the splendour of a gala, the young, gay girl, whose spirits are exuberant, and whose heart is untouched by care, and who, a dozen years afterwards, would, in calm cheerfulness, listen lovingly, and examine carefully, the pleaded reasons offered to her judgment.
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    • 2005, Jean Ferris, Into the Wind: Part One, iUniverse, →ISBN,頁號 161:
      He had two beautiful daughters who fell in love with men he approved of and he wanted to give them the most lavish double wedding he could concoct.
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  3. (棄用) 消化
    • 1703, Thomas Gibson, The Anatomy of Humane Bodies Epitomized, page 297:
      For the parts of an Embryo are nourished and encreased before it hath a Stomach to concoct any thing, and yet in a perfect Fœtus none can deny that the Stomach does concoct []

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