n. 经验; 经历; 往事
v. 经历; 感受
Experience is knowledge or skill in a particular job or activity, which you have gained because you have done that job or activity for a long time.
He has also had managerial experience on every level...
He's counting on his mother to take care of the twins for him; she's had plenty of experience with them.
Experience is used to refer to the past events, knowledge, and feelings that make up someone's life or character.
I should not be in any danger here, but experience has taught me caution...
She had learned from experience to take little rests in between her daily routine...
An experience is something that you do or that happens to you, especially something important that affects you.
Moving had become a common experience for me...
His only experience of gardening so far proved immensely satisfying...
If you experience a particular situation, you are in that situation or it happens to you.
We had never experienced this kind of holiday before and had no idea what to expect...
British business is now experiencing a severe recession.
If you experience a feeling, you feel it or are affected by it.
Widows seem to experience more distress than do widowers.
1. the accumulation of knowledge or skill that results from direct participation in events or activities;
2. the content of direct observation or participation in an event;
3. an event as apprehended;
1. go or live through;
2. have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations;
3. of mental or physical states or experiences;
4. undergo an emotional sensation;
undergo, experience, sustain, suffer
Television allows viewers to experience an event without any loss of immediacy.
Experience is the mother of wisdom.
Her Olimpic experience gave her a big advantage over the other contestants for the final victory.
Experience has predisposed him to be very secretive.
He's the best teacher even though he has the least experience.