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mock

US [mɑk]
UK [mɒk]
  • v.嘲笑;(模仿)嘲弄;不尊重;蔑视
  • adj.虚假的;不诚实的;模仿的;模拟的
  • n.(英国)模拟考试
  • Web模仿地嘲弄;愚弄
Simple Present:mocks  Present Participle:mocking  Past Tense:mocked  
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v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sb/sth).~ (sb) + speech
嘲笑;(模仿)嘲弄to laugh at sb/sth in an unkind way, especially by copying what they say or do
He's always mocking my French accent.
他总是嘲笑我的法国口音。
The other children mocked her, laughing behind their hands.
其他孩子学她的样子,用手捂着嘴笑。
You can mock, but at least I'm willing to have a try!
你可以嘲笑我,但我至少愿意试一试。
2.
[t]
~ sth
不尊重;蔑视to show no respect for sth
The new exam mocked the needs of the majority of children.
新的考试无视大多数孩子的需求。
adj.
1.
虚假的;不诚实的not sincere
mock horror/surprise
假装恐惧;故作惊讶
2.
模仿的;模拟的that is a copy of sth; not real
a mock election
模拟选举
a mock interview/examination(= used to practise for the real one)
模拟面试╱考试
n.
1.
(informal)
(英国)模拟考试(in Britain) a practice exam that you do before the official one
The mocks are in November.
模拟考试在 11 月进行。
What did you get in the mock?
你的模拟考试得了多少分?

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