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disdain

US [dɪsˈdeɪn]
UK [dɪs'deɪn]
  • v.蔑视;鄙视;鄙弃;不屑(做某事)
  • n.蔑视;鄙视;鄙弃
  • Web轻视;轻蔑;藐视
Simple Present:disdains  Present Participle:disdaining  Past Tense:disdained  
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n.
1.
[u][sing]
鄙视;蔑视;鄙弃the feeling that sb/sth is not good enough to deserve your respect or attention
to treat sb with disdain
鄙视某人
a disdain for the law
对法律的藐视
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
鄙视;蔑视;鄙弃to think that sb/sth is not good enough to deserve your respect
She disdained his offer of help.
他提出要帮助,遭到她的鄙弃。
2.
~ to do sth
不屑(做某事)to refuse to do sth because you think that you are too important to do it
He disdained to turn to his son for advice.
他不屑向自己的儿子请教。

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