contemptuous 英[kntemptus] 美[kntemptus] adj. 蔑视的; 鄙视的; 表示轻蔑的; [例句]He was contemptuous of private farmers 他看不起私营农场主.
contempt: n. lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike; a manner that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous; open disrespect for a person or thing; a willful disobedience to or disrespect for the authority of a court or legislative
An unforgettable experience Each person's life will experience many things, some lead a person to endless aftertastes, some bitter to swallow; some have long forgotten, some fresh.It is in the fourth grade when an experience. One day, I forgot to
轻蔑的 ,无法进入 ,显著,的,重要的 极度
轻蔑的 scornful pejorative contemptuous disdainful sneering 轻蔑 scornful或disdainful或contemptuous或despising或cock [cut; make] snooks [a snook] at:例句: contemptuous remarks; 轻蔑的言词 a disdainful look; 轻蔑的眼光 释义 轻视;看
悔恨莫及.英语中有一句谚语.There is no use crying over spilt milk.为已经打翻的牛奶痛哭是没有用的.引申义:覆水难收
小毛病I felt contemptuous of them and thought what they said had no benefit to me.1,contemptuous在这个位置更合适,是形容词.2,had no benefit to me,benefit是名次,搭配介词to.3,其实这个地方用contempt不是很
Each person's life will experience many things,some lead a person to endless aftertastes,some bitter to swallow; some have long forgotten,some fresh.It is in the fourth grade