entangle

en-tangle(v. 糾結)

v.使糾結在一起 [ to make tangled]

  ex. The bird entangled itself in the net.

 

 

 

字根 pris        ==  seize

       prehand

 

 

enterprise

enter(=inter)-pris(seize )-e

n.企業 [A business organization.]

n.冒險精神;事業心 [Willingness to undertake new ventures; initiative]

 

 

entrepreneur /ˌɑntrəprəˈnɜr/

entre(=enter)-pren-eur

=enterpriser

n.企業家;事業創辦者 [a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, esp. a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.]

 

 

 

 

enthralling

en-thrall-ing

adj.迷人的;吸引人的 [capturing interest as if by a spell]

  ex. an  enthralling book

 

ps.

thrall n.奴隸 [ a person who is in bondage; slave.]

 

 

 

 

entice

v.慫恿 [To attract by arousing hope or desire]

  ex. advertisements entice people to buy products.


alluring:entice  
迷人的容易誘惑

 

entirety

entire(integer;whole)-ty

n.全部;全體 [the state of being entire; completeness]

  ex. You must examine the matter in its entirety.
  你應該全面地看這件事。

 

 

entity

n.實體 [something that has a real existence]

  ex. North and South will remain separate entities within a commonwealth.

  ex. A corporation is treated by the law as an entity.
  法人在法律上被視為一個實體

 

 

entitle

en-title

v.給...權力或資格 [to give (a person or thing) a title, right, or claim to something]

  ex. Every citizen is entitled to equal protection under the law.

  ex. Their age and experience entitle old people to the respect of young people.

v.給題名(ex.書) [To give a name or title to]

 

 

 

entrance

1.enter-ance or

2.en-trance( n. 恍惚)

n.入口

n.進入[an act of entering] n.進入的權利 

v.令(人)出神,使陶醉 [ to fill with delight or wonder; enrapture.]

 

ps.

trance

n. 恍惚 [ a half-conscious state, seemingly between sleeping and waking]

  ex. she's been in trance  all day. I think she's fallen in love.

 

 

entrancing

en-trance-ing

adj.出神的,使陶醉的 [delightful; enchanting.]

 

 

 

entreat

en-treat(v.對待)

v.懇求;乞求 [ to ask (a person) earnestly; beseech; implore]

 

entreat,implore and beseech are stronger and more formal than beg

 

字源:c.1340, "to treat (someone) in a certain way," from Anglo-Fr. entretier, from O.Fr. entraiter, from en- "make" + traiter "treat."

 

ps. beseech = be-seek

 

 

 

entreaty

en-treat-y

n.懇求;乞求

  ex. with a look of entreaty.

 

 

 

entree  /ˈɑntre/

n.【法】入場權 [the privilege of entering; access.]

n.【美】主菜 [a dish served as the main course of a meal.]

 

字源:1724, "opening piece of an opera or ballet," from Fr. entrée, from O.Fr.
Cookery sense is from 1759; originally the dish which was introductory to the main course.

 

 

 

 

 

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