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rebelling is rebel's Present Participle

rebel

US [ˈreb(ə)l]
UK ['reb(ə)l]
  • v.反抗;造反;背叛
  • n.叛逆者;叛乱者;造反者;反政府的人
  • adj.反叛的
  • Web叛逆的;相侮
Plural Form:rebels  Present Participle:rebelling  Past Tense:rebelled  
rebelling
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n.
1.
反政府的人;叛乱者;造反者a person who fights against the government of their country
rebel forces
叛乱武装
Armed rebels advanced towards the capital.
武装叛乱分子向首都推进。
2.
反抗权威者a person who opposes sb in authority over them within an organization, a political party, etc.
3.
叛逆者;不守规矩者a person who does not like to obey rules or who does not accept normal standards of behaviour, dress, etc.
I've always been the rebel of the family.
我在家里向来是个叛逆者。
v.
1.
[i]
~ (against sb/sth)
造反;反抗;背叛to fight against or refuse to obey an authority, for example a government, a system, your parents, etc.
He later rebelled against his strict religious upbringing.
他后来背叛了他所受的严格的宗教教育。
Most teenagers find something to rebel against.
大多数青少年都有反抗意识。

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