- v.使不相信( discredit的过去式和过去分词 ); 使怀疑; 败坏…的名声; 拒绝相信
The poll was widely discredited after allegations of ballot rigging.
The plaintiff's sole witness, a gambler and layabout, was easily discredited.
The reactionary authorities are between two fires and have been discredited.
Her honour was discredited in the newspapers.
She discredited him with ugly gossip.
This is a pity, because noise abatement really is a good cause, and it is likely to be discredited if it gets to be associated with bad science.
这是件憾事, 因为减少噪音实在是一项美好的事业; 如果把它与贫乏的科学知识搅在一起,那么这种美好的事业有可能使人生疑.
New information discredited the old report.
The theory has been discredited.
She discredited his good name with ugly gossip.
The earthly paradise had been discredited at exactly the moment when it became realizable.
It is likely to be discredited if it gets to be associated with bad science.
" As far as this subject, later researches discredited the earlier conclusions. "
这个课题后来的研究推翻了 早先 的结论.
Those who spread rumors have been discredited and severely criticized.
I completely discredited the email and went about my bushsiness.
The disclosure of cheating, and plagiary discredited him thoroughly.
1. being unjustly brought into disrepute;
"a discredited politician"
"her damaged reputation"
2. suffering shame