daunt

US [dɔnt]
UK [dɔːnt]
  • v.威吓
  • Web使胆怯;恐吓;使畏缩
Simple Present:daunts  Present Participle:daunting  Past Tense:daunted  
daunt
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sb
使胆怯;使气馁;使失去信心to make sb feel nervous and less confident about doing sth
She was a brave woman but she felt daunted by the task ahead.
她是一个勇敢的女人,但对面前的任务却感到信心不足。
IDM
Nothing daunted, the people set about rebuilding their homes.
人们毫不气馁,又开始重建家园。
nothing daunted
无所畏惧;毫不气馁confident about sth difficult you have to do
Nothing daunted, the people set about rebuilding their homes.
人们毫不气馁,又开始重建家园。

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