- adj.厌恶的; 厌烦的;
- 副词: disgustedly;
Immediately I've done it I feel completely disgusted with myself.
She is disgusted by big hotels adding so many extras to the bill that it nearly doubles.
I'm disgusted with the way that he was treated.
He was disgusted with the stodgy pizzas on sale in London.
I feel disgusted and wonder how I could ever have been so gross.
We were disgusted when bosses awarded themselves a massive pay rise. How can they get on the gravy train, but ask us to take a wage freeze?
He was disgusted that a British minister could have behaved so disgracefully.
He said that her remarks disgusted every practising Christian. That claim is arguable.
His father was so disgusted to discover his son was dealing drugs he shopped him to police.
I am completely disgusted at you.
I am disgusted with his way of speaking.
I'm disgusted with what she said.
The food disgusted me.
His behaviour disgusted everybody.
The very idea of taking drugs disgusted her.
People who love Dianna are disgusted with the overt love relationship between Prince Charles and Camilla.
We're all disgusted at the way his wife has treated him.
Electronic game, kinescope enlighten hall, already played be disgusted with.
电子游戏, 录像迪厅, 都已玩厌.
Our recent adventures have disgusted me with military life.
I was disgusted to hear of his behaviour.
I was disgusted by her fulsome flattery.
Tom was disgusted and felt a sense of injury.
I am disgusted with this a crowded feeling.
Last one pass, two forms permit : Abnormal condition, really generally disgusted, beat to explode rocket.
最后一关, 两个字形容: 变态, 真的不是一般的恶心, 打爆火箭.
One will risk being disgusted if one sees politics, justice, and one's dinner in the making.
当你目睹政治 、 司法裁判 、 以及晚膳等的制造过程之时,就恐怕要作呕了.
People who love Diana are disgusted with the overt love relationship between Prince Charles and Camilla.
She gave me a disgusted look and walked off.
I am disgusted with her rude manner.
At times we meet someone new and feel distant, disconnected, or disgusted.
有时,我们初次遇到某人,感到生疏 、 有距离感或厌恶.
1. having a strong distaste from surfeit;
"grew more and more disgusted"
"fed up with their complaints"
"sick of it all"
"sick to death of flattery"
"gossip that makes one sick"
"tired of the noise and smoke"