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nasty

US [ˈnæsti]
UK [ˈnɑːsti]
  • adj.极差的;令人厌恶的;令人不悦的;不友好的
  • n.〈口〉恐怖电影;讨厌的人[事物]
  • Web下流;下流的;肮脏的
Comparative Degree:nastier  Superlative:nastiest  
Nasty
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adj.
1.
极差的;令人厌恶的;令人不悦的very bad or unpleasant
a nasty accident
严重事故
The news gave me a nasty shock.
这消息可把我吓死了。
I had a nasty feeling that he would follow me.
我有一种极糟糕的预感:他会跟着我
He had a nasty moment when he thought he'd lost his passport.
他以为护照丢了,苦恼极了。
This coffee has a nasty taste.
这咖啡真难喝。
Don't buy that coat─it looks cheap and nasty .
别买那件外套,一看就是差劲的便宜货。
2.
不友好的;恶意的;令人不愉快的unkind; unpleasant
to make nasty remarks about sb
说某人的坏话
the nastier side of her character
她个性较为恶毒的一面
to have a nasty temper
脾气坏
Don't be so nasty to your brother.
别对你弟弟那么凶。
That was a nasty little trick.
这是个可恶的小骗局。
Life has a nasty habit of repeating itself.
生活总是令人厌烦地重复着。
3.
危险的;严重的dangerous or serious
a nasty bend(= dangerous for cars going fast)
危险的弯道
a nasty injury
重伤
4.
无礼的;污秽的;下流的offensive; in bad taste
to have a nasty mind
思想肮脏
nasty jokes
下流的笑话

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