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de sp ra do


  • n. 亡命之徒,暴徒




  • n.a bold outlaw (especially on the American frontier)



a bold or reckless criminal


  • n. 亡命之徒,暴徒
  • mobbist, thug


probably a pseudo-Spanish alteration of desperate "person in despair, person compelled by circumstances to commit violent acts," noun derivative of desperate

The first known use of desperado was in 1647

desperado 例句

1.At least he knows what he is doing, even if his own speech – "It's sink or swim: I don't do lifebelts" – is every bit as hackneyed as that of his desperados.

2.Even Knott’s Berry Farm features a wooden plank affixed to a tree that brags, “desperados stay clear of this here town!” — as if extrajudicial murder was as innocuous as a square dance in a barn.

3.Hannah Verdier As previous editions of this show have demonstrated, shoplifting is a widespread phenomenon: a very British crime, not just confined to hardcore desperadoes.

4.The whole gang of sailors, likewise, observing the press of spectators, and learning the purport of the scarlet letter, came and thrust their sunburnt and desperado-looking faces into the ring.


5.Reports from agents and informants like Morrison suggested that several of these desperadoes had knowledge about the murders.

6.This Wolf is not a desperado, but a scoundrel.


7.In these days of expletive strewn reality TV shows it is easy to forget just how incendiary Rotten and his band of desperadoes were.

8.She could see something of the Wild West, and perhaps there would be an opportunity to shoot a buffalo or meet a desperado or a real Indian.


9.The desperado appears as a wizened, gun-toting shadow slung across railroad tracks and in the scared whispers of shopkeepers and children.

10.Mr. Haverkorn spent his retirement documenting and indexing every homicide in the Pikes Peak region, from horseback battles with Wild West desperadoes to modern-day carjackings.

11.Once, a desperado put a gun to Emmett’s head; somehow, he managed to wrestle the weapon free.

12.A meek store clerk becomes a desperado on the run with the girl he saved and his grandfather in tow.

13.They are ragtag desperadoes with nothing to lose.

14.First, the “desperados”: a combination of “those who fear the end of the world” and “those who fear the end of the month”.

15.His films include: Zorro, The 13 th Warrior, Desperado and many more in Spain.


16.All wore masks or bandannas and gloves all week, making the paddock look like a cross between a medical center and a waiting room for desperadoes.

17.By contrast, in “The Game Played in the Dark,” the detective — kidnapped by desperadoes — short-circuits a room’s lights so that he can face his captors on equal terms.

18.Tonight the Gunslinger awkwardly transitioned from roughing it with the desperadoes to next-day in a war-wagon taking him and Lawrence to the prison.

19.The Oklahoma Wildman, a violent, sociopathic desperado who's already slipped through the fingers of Detroit's finest once and aims to do so again with the help of his formidable lawyer Carolyn Wilder (Aunjanue Ellis).

20.“It’s telling our history, about citrus wars, about Chicano murals, about the Black Panther Party, about desperadoes — all of those stories.”



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