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verb [I] uk formal ( UK usually rhapsodise)   /ˈræp.sə.daɪz/ us  
to express great enthusiasm for something: He's always rhapsodizing about/over the joys of having children.
Translations of “rhapsodize”
in Chinese (Traditional) 大加讚揚, 熱情讚美…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大加赞扬, 热情赞美…
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