- v.阻止，制止( deter的过去式和过去分词 );
I told him I wasn't interested, but he wasn't deterred.
Such observation have deterred most prudent investigators from attempting direct contact - angle measurements.
An evening merely cold or damp would not have deterred her from her trip.
Such discrimination deterred many Negroes from finding a job.
The historical trend of China's peaceful development could not be deterred.
Such heresies reportedly deterred a number of libraries from acquiring the book.
I was deterred from emigrating by the thought of leaving my family.
They are deterred from dealing in drugs by fear of severe punishment.
But people would be deterred from acting on the green - eyed monster.
A little deliberation would have deterred them.
The extreme cold deterred him from going out.
Nancy was not deterred.
And in any case, he is unlikely to be deterred by diplomatic niceties.
Don't be deterred by life's trials and tribulations, don't be corrupted by worldly pleasures and indulgence.
Aim To study the actual combustion law of deterred propellant charge in bore.