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  • disfavor

    • [ˌdɪs'feɪvə]
    • [ˌdɪs'feɪvə]

    释义

    • n.
      不赞成; 讨厌; 不得人缘; 不利;
    • vt.
      疏远,讨厌;
  • 实用场景例句

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    He fell into disfavor as the president fell in the polls.

    总统大选失败后,他被打入了冷宫。

    柯林斯例句

    He is in disfavor with the king.

    他不赞成皇帝的做法.

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    He regarded my suggestions with disfavor.

    他不赞成我的建议.

    辞典例句

    Most people disfavor his ideas because they are outdated.

    大部分的人都不赞成他的意见,因为那些意见都过时了!

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    Thomas seems to look upon the proposal with disfavor.

    托马斯似乎不赞成这项建议.

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    This attitude can arouse others'disfavor toward them.

    这种态度会招致他人的厌恶.

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    When the mothers came to Him with their little ones, the disciples looked on them disfavor.

    所以每当母亲们带小孩子来见耶稣时, 他们就不高兴.

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    Foggartism having met with high disfavor and unpopularity, Michael became interested in slum improvement.

    由于福加特主义不得民心, 迈克尔转而又对改进贫民窟问题发生兴趣.

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    AOL is in wall street gradually disfavor, had been the fact that does not dispute.

    AOL在华尔街的逐渐失宠, 已经是不争的事实.

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    This is a blank check for federal judges to get rid of cases they disfavor.

    这是联邦法官空白支票以获得他们的案件摆脱疏远.

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  • 英英释义

    Noun

    • 1. the state of being out of favor;

      "he is in disfavor with the king"

    • 2. an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group

    Verb

    • 1. put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm;

      "This rule clearly disadvantages me"

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  • 同义词

    disapprovedisapproval

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