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disgust

US [dɪsˈɡʌst]
UK [dɪs'ɡʌst]
  • n.厌恶;反感;憎恶
  • v.使作呕;使厌恶;使反感
  • Web恶心;嫌恶;讨厌
Simple Present:disgusts  Present Participle:disgusting  Past Tense:disgusted  
disgust
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n.
1.
[u]
厌恶;憎恶;反感a strong feeling of dislike or disapproval for sb/sth that you feel is unacceptable, or for sth that looks, smells, etc. unpleasant
She expressed her disgust at the programme by writing a letter of complaint.
她写了封投诉信,表示对这个节目的反感。
I can only feel disgust for these criminals.
对这些罪犯我只感到憎恶。
The idea fills me with disgust .
这个想法实在令我恶心。
He walked away in disgust .
他厌恶地走开了。
Much to my disgust , they refused to help.
他们不肯帮忙,令我极其愤慨。
She wrinkled her nose in disgust at the smell.
她闻到那气味,恶心地皱起了鼻子。
v.
1.
~ sb
使作呕;使厌恶;使反感if sthdisgusts you, it makes you feel shocked and almost ill/sick because it is so unpleasant
The level of violence in the film really disgusted me.
影片中的暴力程度实在让我反感。

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