- v.击败( defeat的第三人称单数 ); 战胜; 挫败; 使困惑;
Our confidence in the team has been seriously undermined by their recent defeats.
The team chalked up the ten victories against two defeats.
This season we've had three wins and two defeats.
Our team finished second with four wins, two defeats and one tie.
We had two defeats this year.
This kind of problems always defeats me.
In spite of numerous defeats, they still had plenty of fight left in them.
His own army, stung by defeats, is mutinous.
Six victories and two defeats summed up their record.
There we had received all the news of victories and defeats.
Why you stay indoors on a beautiful day like this defeats me!
Even our defensive record was tragically draped in defeats.
In the meantime, the miners suffered defeats on another frontier, Colorado.
Navratilova handed Graf her only two defeats of the season in the finals.
The defeats and final failure had been due to others - to their " disloyalty and betrayal ".
失败和最后的溃败则应归咎于别人,归咎于他们的 “ 不忠和背叛. ”
She suffered a lot of defeats at the previous track meets.
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