英 [rəʊz] 美 [roʊz]
名词玫瑰; 粉红色; 蔷薇（花）; 粉红色的葡萄酒
形容词玫瑰花的; 玫瑰色的; 粉红色的; 带有玫瑰香味的
动词升起; 起义（ rise的过去式）; （数量）增加; 休会
1. There is no rose without a thorn.
2. Life isn't all roses.
3. The girl has roses in her cheeks.
A：Rose and Herb look cute together.
B：Have you ever thought...
A：...that they're a match made in heaven?
B：Yes, my thoughts exactly!
A：If we work together, they'll be a couple in no time!
A：Yelling to Rose) Rose, Don and I are going to buy some drinks.
B：(Quietly to Sue) Rose and Herb are from the Dark Ages!
A：I've never seen two people who are so nervous when together.
B：This is going to be a major disaster.
A：You're right. They won't say a word to each other...
B：...the whole evening.
A：They won't get together, ever.
A：Hi, Don. Herb and Rose are hopeless!
B：Any ideas? Herb's already moved to Hsinchu.
A：I heard there's a romantic outdoor symphony concert in two weeks.
B：What? Get Herb to ask Rose for a date? Never in a million years.
A：No, no. I'll ask Rose.
B：Oh, I see. And I'll ask Herb.
A：Precisely! And the four of us will accidentally meet each other at the concert.
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3. rose：remote operation service elements; 远程操作服务元素
4. rose：remote operations service element; 远端操作服务单元
5. rose：resistivity of solvent extract; 溶剂析取电阻率
6. rose：remote operation service element; 远程操作服务要素
A rose is a flower, often with a pleasant smell, which grows on a bush with stems that have sharp points called thorns on them.
e.g. She bent to pick a red rose.
e.g. ...a bunch of yellow roses.
A rose is bush that roses grow on.
e.g. Prune rambling roses when the flowers have faded.
e.g. ...fragrant rose bushes.
Something that is rose is reddish-pink in colour.
e.g. ...the rose and violet hues of a twilight sky.
A rose is a device with very small holes in it that fits onto the end of a hosepipe or watering can. The water comes out of the rose in a fine spray so that you can water plants.
If you say that a situation is not a bed of roses, you mean that it is not as pleasant as it seems, and that there are some unpleasant aspects to it.
e.g. We all knew that life was unlikely to be a bed of roses back in England.
If you say that everything is coming up roses for someone, you mean that everything is going well for them.
e.g. Earlier this year, everything was coming up roses for them. Their 'Going Blank Again' album was selling well, and their British tour was a virtual sell-out.
1. a dusty pink color
2. pinkish table wine from red grapes whose skins were removed after fermentation began
Synonym: blush winepink winerose wine
3. any of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses
1. of something having a dusty purplish pink color
e.g. the roseate glow of dawn