錯乱, 目移り, 逆上, 憂さ晴らし, 憂晴し, 全滅, 消滅
Noun(1) mental turmoil(2) an obstacle to attention(3) an entertainment that provokes pleased interest and distracts you from worries and vexations(4) the act of distracting; drawing someone's attention away from something
(1) He also knew that, if Ally didn't have a distraction, she would inadvertently be a distraction to him.(2) I urge readers looking for an amusing distraction to visit The 419 Eater's trophy room.(3) But the cup will give the club a much-needed distraction from these worries - and hopefully the shot in the arm they need.(4) He well and truly was at a loss, eyes desperately searching the cafeteria in search of Kaoru or a distraction .(5) I warned of a blogging hiatus at the beginning of the day, but I'm actually finding it to be a useful distraction from thinking.(6) Pete has been driven to such distraction lately he is now muttering about consoling himself by munching on a fine Alsatian steak.(7) I agree that it might be just a distraction to have computers lying about in the classroom while studying some other subject.(8) Our mind needs to be stable, free from distraction and discursiveness.(9) Instead, questions about local matters provided an unnecessary distraction from the power of Keys' message.(10) Junior faculty members, in particular, want to ensure that their blogs are not a distraction from their primary research.(11) It is going to cost them not only in their bond rating but in the distraction from the major concerns which Californians have.(12) he knew she was nervous by her uncharacteristic air of distraction(13) It's also a distraction from implementation of more-effective security measures.(14) We asked the lead flight director if this was a distraction to his team or for that matter to the crew in general.(15) I realised I was more of a distraction to myself than others.(16) The football offered a welcome distraction , but it wasn't to last.
(1) driven to distraction :: 気晴らしにドライブ
1. diversion ::
2. amusement ::
3. frenzy ::
5. misdirection ::
1. bore ::
2. bummer ::
3. drag ::
Different Formsdistraction, distractions
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