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snub

US [snʌb]
UK [snʌb]
  • v.冷落;怠慢;拒不出席;拒不接受
  • n.冷落;怠慢的言辞(或行为)
  • adj.短平而上翘的
  • Web斥责;责骂;冷落怠慢
Plural Form:snubs  Past Tense:snubbed  Present Participle:snubbing  
snub
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v.
1.
~ sb
冷落;怠慢to insult sb, especially by ignoring them when you meet
I tried to be friendly, but she snubbed me completely.
我尽量和气,但她根本不答理我。
2.
~ sth
拒不出席;拒不接受;抵制to refuse to attend or accept sth, for example as a protest
All the country's leading players snubbed the tournament.
全国的顶尖运动员都抵制那次比赛。
n.
1.
~ (to sb)
冷落;怠慢的言辞(或行为)an action or a comment that is deliberately rude in order to show sb that you do not like or respect them
Her refusal to attend the dinner is being seen as a deliberate snub to the President.
在人们看来,她拒不出席宴会是有意让总统难堪。
adj.
1.
[obn]
短平而上翘的short, flat and turned up at the end

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