knowledge or skill which comes from practice in an activity or doing sth for a long time rather than from books
sth that happens to one; event or activity that affects one in some way
an effect on the mind and feelings
have experience of; feel; meet with
"a man of experience"
"experience is the best teacher"
"he had a religious experience"
"he recalled the experience vividly"
"a surprising experience"
"that painful experience certainly got our attention"
"We had many trials to go through"
"he saw action in Viet Nam"
"I know the feeling!"
"have you ever known hunger?"
"I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict"
"The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare"
"I lived through two divorces"
"get an idea"
"have a feeling"
"She felt resentful"
"He felt regret"
"The stocks had a fast run-up"
Make Experience of my loyalty, by some service.
出自： J. Shirley
The hottest weather I ever experienced.
出自： Sir W. Scott
Free-will cannot be debated but only experienced, like a colour or the taste of potatoes.
出自： W. Golding
I experienced an almost hysterical elation.
出自： D. Murphy
The most..peaceful sleep that I had experienced for a long time.
出自： I. Murdoch
It is a common experience in life.
He has sound experience in commercial correspondence.
他对商业通信有充分的经验。 experience (in) v-ing
The fire department has vast experience fighting brush fire.
He has much experience in training footballers.
He has much experience in teaching English.
His experience in gambling houses and brothels was drawn on in his spy career.
She is not yet experienced at teaching.
误 During the competitions players exchanged experiences.
正 During the competitions players exchanged experience.
误 Newton carried out several experiences on light and colour.
正 Newton carried out several experiments on light and colour.
析 experiment表示人们为了检验某种结果而进行的任何行动; 而experience指人们经历过的事情。