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  • belittled

    • [bɪˈlɪtld]

    释义

    • v.
      使显得微小,轻视,贬低( belittle的过去式和过去分词 );
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    A poor but honest man is not to be belittled.

    穷而诚实的人是不该让人小看的.

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    I have never been praised nor belittled ; I am below no one.

    我未曾被赞扬或被蔑视; 我从不屈就于任何人之下.

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    Mr Putin at first ignored her murder, then posthumously belittled her work.

    一开始,普京对她被谋杀视而不见, 还在她死后贬低她的工作.

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    I have never be praised nor belittled; I am below no one.

    我未曾被赞扬或蔑视; 我从不屈就于任何人之下.

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    He was upset for being belittled.

    他被人贬损了一通,心里很不是滋味.

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    The value of traditional Sinology is seriously belittled under the various attacks at home and abroad.

    摘要国学的价值、在内外各种势力的攻击之下,被严重地贬低了.

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    With such strong industrial base, these employees are more stable income, purchasing power belittled.

    有了这样雄厚的工业基础, 这些员工收入也较稳定, 购买力不可小视.

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth);

      "her comments made me feel small"

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