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trip

noun (EXPERIENCE)
体验
 
 
/trɪp/
[C] slang an experience in which someone sees, hears or feels things that do not exist as a result of taking an illegal drug
(服用毒品后)产生幻觉
If you take this stuff when you're depressed, you'll have a really bad trip.
如果你心情沮丧时服用这种东西,会产生一种特别不舒服的幻觉。
Drugs - general wordsSpecific types of drug
guilt/power/ego trip disapproving when you experience a particular feeling strongly over a period of time
强烈的内疚/拥有权力的快感/极度自负心理
She's been on a real power trip since she became the office manager.
自从成为办公室主管后,她就一直陶醉在拥有权力的喜悦之中。
I suffer from the classic working mother's guilt trip.
我像众多有工作的妈妈一样对孩子深感歉疚。
Feelings - general words
Translations of “trip”
in Korean 여행…
in Arabic رِحْلة…
in Portuguese viagem, excursão…
in Catalan viatge, excursió, sortida…
in Japanese 旅行, 外出…
in Italian viaggio, gita, salto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 體驗, (服用毒品後)產生幻覺…
in Russian поездка…
in Turkish gezinti, gezi, yolculuk…
in Polish podróż, wycieczka…
(Definition of trip noun (EXPERIENCE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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