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despair

US [dɪˈsper]
UK [dɪˈspeə(r)]
  • v.绝望;失去希望;丧失信心
  • n.绝望
  • Web失望;绝望青驹;失望期
Simple Present:despairs  Present Participle:despairing  Past Tense:despaired  
despair
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n.
— see also
desperate
1.
[u]
绝望the feeling of having lost all hope
She uttered a cry of despair.
她发出了绝望的叫声。
A deep sense of despair overwhelmed him.
深深的绝望使他痛苦不堪。
He gave up the struggle in despair .
他绝望地放弃了斗争。
One harsh word would send her into the depths of despair .
一句严厉的话就会使她陷入极度的绝望之中。
Eventually, driven to despair , he threw himself under a train.
他被逼得走投无路,最后卧轨自杀了。
IDM
My handwriting was the despair of my teachers.
我的字写得很差,使老师们感到十分失望。
be the despair of sb
令某人担心(或绝望)to make sb worried or unhappy, because they cannot help
My handwriting was the despair of my teachers.
我的字写得很差,使老师们感到十分失望。
v.
1.
[i]
绝望;失去希望;丧失信心to stop having any hope that a situation will change or improve
Don't despair! We'll think of a way out of this.
别灰心!我们会找到出路的。
I despair of him; he can't keep a job for more than six months.
我对他都绝望了,他做任何工作都不超过半年。
They'd almost despaired of ever having children.
他们对生孩子几乎不抱任何希望了。

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