n.感觉, 轰动, 激动, 知觉
The outrageous book created a sensation.
I knew the train had stopped, but I had the sensation that it was moving backwards.
The new discovery caused a great sensation.
1. 感觉, 知觉[C][+that]
Skeletons give a sensation of fear.
2. 感觉能力, 知觉作用[U]
A dead body is without sensation.
3. 轰动, 激动[C]
The scandal about the mayor caused a sensation.
The discovery was hailed as the scientific sensation of the century.