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outrage

US [ˈaʊtˌreɪdʒ]
UK ['aʊt.reɪdʒ]
  • n.愤怒;愤慨;暴行;义愤
  • v.激怒;使震怒
  • Web极恶非道;凌辱;触犯
Plural Form:outrages  Present Participle:outraging  Past Tense:outraged  
outrage
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n.
1.
[u]
愤怒;义愤;愤慨a strong feeling of shock and anger
The judge's remarks caused public outrage.
裁判的话引起了公愤。
Environmentalists have expressed outrage at the ruling.
环境保护主义者对这一裁决表示愤慨。
2.
[c]
暴行;骇人听闻的事an act or event that is violent, cruel or very wrong and that shocks people or makes them very angry
No one has yet claimed responsibility for this latest bomb outrage.
迄今还没有人宣称对最近的爆炸丑行负责。
v.
1.
[oftpass]
~ sb
使震怒;激怒to make sb very shocked and angry
He was outraged at the way he had been treated.
他对所遭受的待遇感到非常愤怒。

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