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savage

US [ˈsævɪdʒ]
UK ['sævɪdʒ]
  • n.野蛮人;未开化的人;凶狠残暴的人
  • adj.凶恶的;凶残的;损害严重的;猛烈抨击的
  • v.凶狠地攻击(或伤害);残害;猛烈批评;激烈抨击
  • Web野蛮的;野人;萨维奇
Plural Form:savages  Present Participle:savaging  Past Tense:savaged  
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adj.
1.
凶恶的;凶残的;损害严重的aggressive and violent; causing great harm
savage dogs
恶狗
She had been badly hurt in what police described as ‘a savage attack’.
她遭受袭击而身受重伤,警方称这是一次“野蛮的袭击”。
savage public spending cuts
拼命削减公共开支
2.
猛烈抨击的involving very strong criticism
The article was a savage attack on the government's record.
文章对政府的业绩进行了猛烈的抨击。
3.
[obn]
蒙昧的;未开化的;野蛮的an offensive way of referring to groups of people or customs that are considered to be simple and not highly developed
a savage tribe
野蛮部落
n.
1.
野蛮人;未开化的人an offensive word for sb who belongs to a people that is simple and not developed
the development of the human race from primitive savages
人类走出蒙昧的演进过程
2.
凶狠残暴的人a cruel and violent person
He described the attack as the work of savages.
他把这次袭击称为野蛮行径。
v.
1.
~ sb
凶狠地攻击(或伤害);残害to attack sb violently, causing serious injury
She was savaged to death by a bear.
她遭熊袭击而丧命。
2.
~ sb/sth
猛烈批评;激烈抨击to criticize sb/sth severely
Her latest novel has been savaged by the critics.
她最近的一部小说受到评论家的猛烈批评。

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