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  • disgracefully

    • [dɪs'ɡreɪsfəlɪ]
    • [dɪs'ɡreɪsfəlɪ]

    释义

    • adv.
      丢脸地,不光彩地;
  • 词态变化

    • 形容词: disgraceful;
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    He was disgusted that a British minister could have behaved so disgracefully.

    他对一位英国大臣竟有如此丢人的举止感到厌恶。

    柯林斯例句

    He felt that his brother had behaved disgracefully.

    他觉得他兄弟行为不光彩。

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    British prisons remain disgracefully crowded and insanitary.

    英国监狱仍然拥挤不堪,卫生条件恶劣。

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    He believes that the tabloid press has behaved disgracefully.

    他认为小报媒体的行为不太光彩.

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    The firm exploits its workers disgracefully.

    该公司无耻地剥削工人.

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    Teachers considered him to have acted disgracefully.

    老师们都认为他的行为很不光彩.

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    We all considered him to have acted disgracefully.

    我们都认为他的行为很不光彩.

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    His grades were disgracefully low.

    他的分数低的可怜.

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    To my mother, any meal where you served less than three wines was disgracefully plebeian.

    对我母亲来说, 任何一次午餐上的酒要是少于三种那就太不体面了.

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  • 英英释义

    Adverb

    • 1. in a dishonorably manner or to a dishonorable degree;

      "his grades were disgracefully low"

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