英音 [wɪʃ] 美音 [wɪʃ]
n. 愿望;希望;希望的事 ;祝福;
a specific feeling of desire;
"he got his wish"
"he was above all wishing and desire"
an expression of some desire or inclination;
"I could tell that it was his wish that the guests leave"
"his crying was an indirect request for attention"
(usually plural) a polite expression of desire for someone's welfare;
"give him my kind regards"
"my best wishes"
the particular preference that you have;
"it was his last wish"
"they should respect the wishes of the people"
hope for; have a wish;
"I wish I could go home now"
prefer or wish to do something;
"Do you care to try this dish?"
"Would you like to come along to the movies?"
make or express a wish;
"I wish that Christmas were over"
feel or express a desire or hope concerning the future or fortune of
order politely; express a wish for
"wish you a nice evening"
Hewish [人名] 休伊什;[地名] [英国] 休伊什;
Jewish adj. 犹太人的，犹太教徒的;犹太人作风的;
newish adj. 稍新的;
shrewish adj. 泼妇一样的，（尤指妇女）爱骂街的，脾气暴躁的;泼辣;
swish vt.& vi. 鞭打;（使）发飒飒声; adj. 时髦的;漂亮的; n. 嗖嗖声；漂亮；搞同性恋的男子;
unwish vt. 放弃（希望）;
wishbone n. 叉骨，Y字型的东西;
wishful adj. 怀有希望的;表达愿望的;单凭主观愿望的想法;一廂情愿; adv. 怀有希望地;
yellowish adj. 微黄色的;