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sabotage

US [ˈsæbəˌtɑʒ]
UK [ˈsæbətɑːʒ]
  • n.人为破坏;故意妨碍;捣乱;刻意阻碍
  • v.蓄意破坏(以防止敌方利用或表示抗议);刻意阻碍;妨碍;捣乱
  • Web怠工;阴谋破坏;大破坏
Simple Present:sabotages  Present Participle:sabotaging  Past Tense:sabotaged  
Sabotage
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n.
1.
(为防止敌人利用或表示抗议而对设备、交通等进行的)蓄意毁坏,人为破坏the act of doing deliberate damage to equipment, transport, machines, etc. to prevent an enemy from using them, or to protest about sth
an act of economic/military/industrial sabotage
经济╱军事╱工业破坏活动
Police investigating the train derailment have not ruled out sabotage.
警方调查火车出轨事件,没有排除人为破坏的可能。
2.
故意妨碍;捣乱;刻意阻碍the act of deliberately spoiling sth in order to prevent it from being successful
v.
1.
~ sth
蓄意破坏(以防止敌方利用或表示抗议)to damage or destroy sth deliberately to prevent an enemy from using it or to protest about sth
The main electricity supply had been sabotaged by the rebels.
叛乱者破坏了供电干线。
2.
~ sth
刻意阻碍;妨碍;捣乱to prevent sth from being successful or being achieved, especially deliberately
Protesters failed to sabotage the peace talks.
抗议者未能破坏和平谈判。
The rise in interest rates sabotaged any chance of the firm's recovery.
由于利率的提高,公司的复苏已无任何可能。

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