- adj.<英>不名誉的; 不端; 不光采; 鬼祟;
- 副词: dishonourably;
It would have been dishonourable of her not to keep her promise.
Mark had done nothing dishonourable.
He was not a dishonourable man, he was merely a professional.
He received a public censure for his dishonourable behavior.
As a king he was dishonourable, and untrustworthy.
You dirty ( ie dishonourable ) dog!
You can't deny that Tom has been an ilde, worthless, dissolute and dishonourable rogue.
你也不能否认汤姆是个游手好闲 、 一钱不值 、 放荡无耻的坏蛋吧.
I could never entertain a thought so dishonourable to myself.
The officer was reduced in rank for dishonourable action.
He received a public censure for dishonourable behavior.
Don't demean yourself by doing anything dishonourable.
Moral dishonourable, harbor evil intentions, did not lead a qualification.
品行不端, 心术不正, 就没有领导资格.讲德,首先是政治上要强.
His dishonourable behaviour estranged him from his family.
1. lacking honor or integrity; deserving dishonor;
"dishonorable in thought and deed"
"a dishonorable discharge"
2. not adhering to ethical or moral principles;
"base and unpatriotic motives"
"a base, degrading way of life"
"cheating is dishonorable"
"they considered colonialism immoral"
"unethical practices in handling public funds"
3. morally unacceptable;
"the dishonorable conduct of trusted men"