revulsion

US [rɪˈvʌlʃən]
UK [rɪˈvʌlʃ(ə)n]
  • n.嫌恶;恶心;惊恐
  • Web厌恶;剧变;突变
revulsion
n.
— see also
revolt
1.
[u][sing]
~ (at/against/from sth)
嫌恶;恶心;惊恐a strong feeling of disgust or horror
She felt a deep sense of revulsion at the violence.
她对这一暴行深恶痛绝。
I started to feel a revulsion against their decadent lifestyle.
我对他们那腐朽的生活方式开始感到厌恶。
Most people viewed the bombings with revulsion .
大多数人对爆炸事件表现出惊恐不安。

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