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mischief

US [ˈmɪstʃɪf]
UK ['mɪstʃɪf]
  • n.恶作剧;淘气;伤害;顽皮
  • Web损害;灾祸;危害
Plural Form:mischiefs  
mischief
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n.
1.
淘气;恶作剧;顽皮bad behaviour (especially of children) that is annoying but does not cause any serious damage or harm
Those children are always getting into mischief .
那些孩子总是淘气。
I try to keep out of mischief .
我尽量不胡闹。
It's very quiet upstairs; they must be up to some mischief !
楼上很安静,他们一定在搞什么恶作剧!
2.
恶意;使坏的念头the wish or tendency to behave or play in a way that causes trouble
Her eyes were full of mischief.
她眼睛里满是使坏的神情。
3.
伤害;毁损harm or injury that is done to sb or to their reputation
The incident caused a great deal of political mischief.
这一事件造成了严重的政治危害。

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