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guilt

US [ɡɪlt]
UK [ɡɪlt]
  • n.内疚;有罪;犯罪;罪行
  • Web罪恶感;罪过
Guilt
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n.
1.
~ (about sth)
内疚;悔恨the unhappy feelings caused by knowing or thinking that you have done sth wrong
She had feelings of guilt about leaving her children and going to work.
她因离开自己的孩子去工作而感到内疚。
Many survivors were left with a sense of guilt .
许多幸存者都有内疚感。
a guilt complex(= an exaggerated sense of guilt )
内疚情结
2.
犯罪;罪行;有罪the fact that sb has done sth illegal
His guilt was proved beyond all doubt by the prosecution.
他的罪行已被控方证实确凿无疑。
an admission of guilt
承认有罪
3.
罪责;责任;罪过blame or responsibility for doing sth wrong or for sth bad that has happened
The investigation will try to find out where the guilt for the disaster really lies.
此调查将尽力查出灾难的真正责任所在。
IDM
Don't lay a guilt trip on your child about schoolwork.
别让你孩子对学业自责不迭。
a guilt trip
(informal)
使人内疚的责备things you say to sb in order to make them feel guilty about sth
Don't lay a guilt trip on your child about schoolwork.
别让你孩子对学业自责不迭。
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