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dismay

US [dɪsˈmeɪ]
UK [dɪs'meɪ]
  • n.惊愕;诧异;灰心;丧气
  • v.使诧异;使惊愕;使失望
  • Web沮丧;惊慌;使沮丧
Simple Present:dismays  Present Participle:dismaying  Past Tense:dismayed  
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n.
1.
[u]
诧异;惊愕;灰心;丧气a worried, sad feeling after you have received an unpleasant surprise
She could not hide her dismay at the result.
她无法掩饰自己对这一结果的惶恐不安。
He looked at her in dismay .
他诧异地看着她。
To her dismay , her name was not on the list.
使她难过的是,名单上没有她的名字。
The news has been greeted with dismay by local business leaders.
当地商界领袖听到这消息都感到很丧气。
v.
1.
~ sb
使诧异;使惊愕;使失望to make sb feel shocked and disappointed
Their reaction dismayed him.
他们的反应使他感到惊愕。

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