- 副词: nonchalantly;
- 形容词: nonchalant;
Affecting nonchalance, I handed her two hundred dollar bills.
Jon faked nonchalance.
He conceals his worries behind a mask of nonchalance.
She was very tense, but she preserved an appearance of nonchalance.
She shrugged, feigning nonchalance.
He looks at her, lights a cigarette with elaborate nonchalance.
She took her situation with much nonchalance.
Beneath his apparent nonchalance he is as nervous and excited as the rest of us.
The impasse was made worse by Jobert's passionate nature, which masqueraded as cynical nonchalance.
The contemptuous nonchalance of her trailed hand irritated him ( Elizabeth Bowen )
她的懒洋洋的手所显示出的蔑视而又漠不关心的态度激怒了他 ( 伊丽莎白鲍恩 )
Mask He conceals his worries behind a mask of nonchalance.
Try not to convey arrogance, fear, resentment, conceit or too much nonchalance.
试着不要表现出自大 、 恐惧 、 不满 、 自负或者太多的冷漠.
Some journalists criticize her nonchalance and indifference.
She disguised her interest with nonchalance.
His nonchalant attitude nonchalance irritated me.
1. the trait of remaining calm and seeming not to care; a casual lack of concern