- adj.令人垂涎的; 垂涎的，梦寐以求的;
- v.贪求，觊觎(covet的过去分词); 垂涎; 贪图;
She coveted his job so openly that conversations between them were tense.
He had long coveted the chance to work with a famous musician.
Ther other boys coveted his new bat.
It is coveted by collectors.
We managed to run the coveted pennies and halfpennies to earth.
China is an attractive piece of meat coveted by all.
He coveted an opportunity of talking to the stranger.
He won the coveted position.
He all but coveted the pleasant drawing - room.
He has coveted after the chairmanship for years.
It'seemed that his route to the coveted island was not to be an epicurean one.
英汉文学 - 欧亨利
She needn't have been uneasy on that account, for I never coveted anything that is yours.
He has coveted this treasure chest for a long time.
This week the huge euro - zone bail - out fund won a much - coveted AAA rating.
本周,庞大的欧元区 纾 困基金赢得了备受觊觎的AAA评级.
By demonstrating it, they lengthened the odds of gaining the coveted interview.
1. greatly desired