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英语解释:If you rave about something, you speak or write about it with great enthusiasm.
extraordinarily favorable review of a performance.
He raved all night in his fever.
A TV program receives a rave if critics say all good things about it. A dance performance gets a rave if every one praises it very well. A book has a rave if people like it very much and if it becomes very famous.
- While the movie was in the making, people expected raves for it, but it bombed at the box office, upsetting every one's calculations.
- Her joy knew no limits when her play received raves. Every one liked it so much and the critics gave very good reviews of it.