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revolt

美 [rɪˈvoʊlt]
英 [rɪˈvəʊlt]
  • v.反抗;叛逆;违抗;使惊骇
  • n.叛乱;起义;违抗
  • 网络反叛;遥控赛车;造反
复数:revolts  现在分词:revolting  过去式:revolted  
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n.
— see also
revolution
1.
[c][u]
(尤指针对政府的)反抗,违抗;起义;叛乱a protest against authority, especially that of a government, often involving violence; the action of protesting against authority
the Peasants' Revolt of 1381
1381 年的农民起义
to lead/stage a revolt
领导╱发动起义
The army quickly crushed the revolt.
军队很快镇压了叛乱。
the biggest back-bench revolt this government has ever seen
本届政府所遭遇到的规模最大的一次普通下院议员的抗议
Attempts to negotiate peace ended in armed revolt.
和谈的努力最后以武装叛乱告终。
The people rose in revolt .
人民奋起反抗。
v.
1.
[i]
反抗,反叛(当权者)to take violent action against the people in power
The peasants threatened to revolt.
农民威胁说要造反。
Finally the people revolted against the military dictatorship.
人民最终起来反抗军事独裁。
2.
[i]
~ (against sth)
叛逆;违抗to behave in a way that is the opposite of what sb expects of you, especially in protest
Teenagers often revolt against parental discipline.
青少年常常不遵从父母的条条框框。
3.
[t]
~ sb
使惊骇;令人厌恶to make you feel horror or disgust
All the violence in the movie revolted me.
电影里的各种暴力场面令我非常震惊。
The way he ate his food revolted me.
他吃饭的样子让我感到恶心。

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