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jeer

US [dʒɪr]
UK [dʒɪə(r)]
  • v.嘲笑;嘲弄;讥讽;奚落
  • n.嘲笑
  • Web讥笑;戏弄;喜欢嘲笑别人
Plural Form:jeers  Present Participle:jeering  Past Tense:jeered  
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v.
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嘲笑;嘲弄;讥讽;奚落to laugh at sb or shout rude remarks at them to show that you do not respect them
a jeering crowd
起哄的一群人
The police were jeered at by the waiting crowd.
警方受到在等待的人群的嘲弄。
The players were jeered by disappointed fans.
球员受到大失所望的球迷奚落。
‘Coward!’ he jeered.
“懦夫!”他嘲笑道。
n.
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[usupl]
嘲笑,嘲弄,讥讽,奚落(的言语)a rude remark that sb shouts at sb else to show that they do not respect or like them
He walked on to the stage to be greeted with jeers and whistles.
他登上舞台,结果迎来阵阵嘲笑和口哨嘘声。

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