experience (n.)

14世纪末, “作为知识来源的观察; 实际的观察; 影响一个人的事件”, 来自古法语 esperience “实验, 证明, 经验” (13世纪), 来自拉丁语 experientia “试验, 证明, 实验. 通过反复试验而获得的知识,” 来自 experientem (名词 experiens) “有经验的, 有进取心的, 积极的, 勤奋的”, experiri “尝试, 试验” 的现在分词, 来自 ex “出” (见 ex-) + peritus “有经验的, 经过考验的”, 来自PIE *per-yo-, 是词根 *per- (3) “尝试, 冒险” 的后缀形式. “意思是” 做了某件事情, 并且很方便的状态“, 来自15世纪末.

Origin and meaning of experience

experience (v.)

1530年代, “通过实际的试验或证明来测试, 尝试, 学习;” 见 experience (n.). “感受, 经历” 的意义最早见于1580年代的记载. 相关链接: Experienced; experiences; experiencing.

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Definitions of experience from WordNet
experience (v.)
undergo or live through a difficult experience;
Synonyms: see / go through
experience (v.)
have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations;
Synonyms: know / live
experience (v.)
go through (mental or physical states or experiences);
experience vertigo
Synonyms: receive / have / get
experience (v.)
undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mind;
Synonyms: feel
experience (v.)
Synonyms: have
experience (n.)
the accumulation of knowledge or skill that results from direct participation in events or activities;
experience is the best teacher
a man of experience
experience (n.)
the content of direct observation or participation in an event;
he had a religious experience
he recalled the experience vividly
experience (n.)
an event as apprehended;
a surprising experience
that painful experience certainly got our attention