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obscure

US [əbˈskjʊr]
UK [əbˈskjʊə(r)]
  • n.朦胧;黑夜
  • adj.无名的;鲜为人知的;费解的;难以理解的
  • v.使模糊;使隐晦;使费解
  • Web模糊的;阴暗;晦涩的
Comparative Degree:obscurer  Superlative:obscurest  Simple Present:obscures  Present Participle:obscuring  Past Tense:obscured  
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adj.
1.
无名的;鲜为人知的not well known
an obscure German poet
一个名不见经传的德国诗人
He was born around 1650 but his origins remain obscure.
他生于 1650 年前后,但身世不详。
2.
费解的;难以理解的difficult to understand
I found her lecture very obscure.
我觉得她的讲座非常费解。
For some obscure reason , he failed to turn up.
他莫名其妙地没有如期露面。
v.
1.
~ sth
使模糊;使隐晦;使费解to make it difficult to see, hear or understand sth
The view was obscured by fog.
雾中景色朦胧。
We mustn't let these minor details obscure the main issue.
我们不能让枝节问题掩盖主要问题。

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