penchant

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借自法語 penchantpencher (偏,倾向)的现在分词,源自中古法語,源自古法語 pengier (偏倚),源自通俗拉丁語 *pendicāre,派生自拉丁語 pendere ()

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penchant (可數 不可數, 複數 penchants)

  1. 爱好偏爱
    He has a penchant for fine wine.
    爱好美酒。
    • 1834, L[etitia] E[lizabeth] L[andon], 章號 XXII, 出自 Francesca Carrara. [], 卷 I, London: Richard Bentley, [], (successor to Henry Colburn), →OCLC頁號 264:
      Marie even then began the course which, in after-years, secured her so vast an influence in the court,—alternately taking up and laying down her claim to the youthful monarch's penchant; administering to his amusement, and ready to encourage his passing fancies.
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    • 1960 October, “New reading on railways”, 出自 Trains Illustrated,頁號 640:
      THE LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. By O. S. Nock. Ian Allan. 30s.
      [...] One scarcely imagined, for example, that the great steel works at Crewe owed its existence to Sir Richard Moon's penchant for the principle of "Do it yourself", a principle born of a methodical, economical and far-seeing mind.
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    • 2019, Idles, "Never Fight a Man With a Perm", Joy as an Act of Resistance.
      I said I've got a penchant for smokes and kicking douches in the mouth / Sadly for you my last cigarette's gone out
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    • 2021 9月 22, Stephen Roberts, “The writings on the wall...”, 出自 RAIL, 期 940,頁號 74:
      Just like Marple, there's a plaque at the London terminus [Paddington] commemorating a fictional character - a polite, friendly little bear from darkest Peru who has a penchant for marmalade sarnies.
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penchant m (複數 penchants)

  1. 爱好偏爱

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penchant

  1. pencher 的现在分詞

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