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dignity

US [ˈdɪɡnəti]
UK ['dɪɡnəti]
  • n.尊严;高贵;尊贵;庄严
  • Web威严;爱的尊严;端庄
Plural Form:dignities  
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n.
1.
庄重;庄严;尊严a calm and serious manner that deserves respect
She accepted the criticism with quiet dignity.
她大度地接受了批评。
2.
尊贵;高贵;高尚the fact of being given honour and respect by people
the dignity of work
工作的光荣
The terminally ill should be allowed to die with dignity.
应该允许垂危病人死得有尊严。
3.
自豪;自尊;自重a sense of your own importance and value
It's difficult to preserve your dignity when you have no job and no home.
一个无家无业的人难以保持自己的尊严。

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