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despicable如何读

英[dɪˈspɪkəb(ə)l]美[dɪˈspɪkəblˌˈdespɪkəbl]

despicable自然拼读

des·pi·ca·ble

de spih k bl [or] dih spI k bl

despicable是什么意思

  • adj. 卑鄙的,可鄙的

despicable扩展

despicably (adv.), despicableness (n.)

despicable词根

词根:despicably

adv.

despicably 可鄙地;卑劣地

despicable英英释义

adjective

worthy of hatred or contempt; worthless; low.The cruelty with which he treated his children was despicable.They were accused of despicable crimes.He's a despicable liar!

despicable儿童词典英英释义

despoilverb

to strip of belongings, possessions, or value : plunder, pillage

despoilverb

to strip of belongings, possessions, or value : plunder, pillage

despitefuladjective

expressing hate or the wish to harm

despiseverb

to consider as beneath one's notice or respect : feel scorn and dislike for

despiseverb

to consider as beneath one's notice or respect : feel scorn and dislike for

despiseverb

to consider as beneath one's notice or respect : feel scorn and dislike for

despicableadjective

deserving to be despised

a despicable traitor

despicableadjective

deserving to be despised

a despicable traitor

despicable同义词

  • adj. 卑劣的;可鄙的
  • contemptible, underhanded

despicable词源英文解释

Late Latin despicabilis, from Latin despicari to despise

The first known use of despicable was in 1553

despicable 例句

1.The Emmys were built around a few gigantic shows — “Game of Thrones,” mostly — but its failure can be chalked up to to Fox’s despicable production choices as opposed to any celebrity gaffes.

2."Several that come close are outrageous, illegal and despicable."

3.In the novel, each despicable character gets to tell his or her story and vie for the reader’s sympathy.

4.They actually used words like "barbarous" and "despicable".

5.Ms. Fey had welcomed the “despicable, spoiled, minimally talented brats” of Hollywood who had come to honor “all the movies that North Korea was O.K. with.”

6.In a statement, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders condemned the attacks, calling them “despicable,” and promised that “anyone responsible will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.”

7."To use a child so . . . this is despicable."

8.Many of our grandfathers thought all gangster movies were the same, often calling them “despicable”.

9.To be sure, despicable is hardly a compliment.

10.The beginning of the despicable and cunning, is in the end of friendship.

卑鄙与狡诈的开始,就是在友谊的终结。——欧洲。

11."At the end of the day, Joe is an unreliable narrator and a despicable human being."

12.Francis Ford Coppola picked up the cudgel and struck harder at the superhero-industrial complex, calling its films “despicable.”

13.Sampson was despicable, and he hated us, too, but hate alone didn’t create poison in bedside water tumblers.

14.“Mice are nothing but little packages of blood and bones, afraid of everything. They are despicable, laughable, the opposite of everything we strive to be. Do you want to live in their world?”

15.Spin said it “aptly depicts our worst fears”; Gawker found it “despicable” and exploitive.

16.However, giving live animals away in this context, where people are drinking and competing over who can unload the worst gift, is despicable.

17.Three years of wartime propaganda—racist headlines, atrocity movies, hate slogans, and fright- mask posters—had turned the Japanese face into something despicable and grotesque.

18.A week after we heard that he had been caught by the field gendarmes, those despicable military police.

19.The theater troupe laughed, and a few of them applauded as if Count Olaf had done something very brave instead of something despicable.

20.The very phrasing it continues to use — “open homosexual” — is despicable, with its implication that the problem the Scouts has isn’t just with someone being gay, it’s with being honest about it.

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