alienate

US [ˈeɪliəˌneɪt]
UK [ˈeɪliəneɪt]
  • v.离间;使疏远;使不友好;使(与某群体)格格不入
  • Web转让;让渡;离间某人
Simple Present:alienates  Present Participle:alienating  Past Tense:alienated  
alienate
v.
1.
~ sb
使疏远;使不友好;离间to make sb less friendly or sympathetic towards you
His comments have alienated a lot of young voters.
他的评论使许多年轻选民离他而去。
2.
~ sb (from sth/sb)
使(与某群体)格格不入;使疏远to make sb feel that they do not belong in a particular group
Very talented children may feel alienated from the others in their class.
天才出众的孩子可能觉得与班上的同学格格不入。