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dishonour

US [dɪsˈɑnər]
UK [dɪsˈɒnə(r)]
  • n.耻辱;不名誉;丢脸
  • v.使丧失名誉;使蒙受耻辱;使丢脸;违背
  • Web拒付;不光彩;退票
Simple Present:dishonours  Present Participle:dishonouring  Past Participle:dishonoured  
dishonour
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n.
1.
[u]
不名誉;耻辱;丢脸a loss of honour or respect because you have done sth immoral or unacceptable
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
使丧失名誉;使蒙受耻辱;使丢脸to make sb/sth lose the respect of other people
You have dishonoured the name of the school.
你败坏了学校的名声。
2.
~ sth
违背,违反(协议或诺言)to refuse to keep an agreement or promise
He had dishonoured nearly all of his election pledges.
他几乎违背了所有的竞选诺言。

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