- 美[ɑbˈtrusɪv, -zɪv, əb-]
- adj.（难看得）刺眼的; 冒失的; 莽撞的; 强加于人的;
- 副词: obtrusively;
"You are rude and obtrusive, Mr Galbraith," said Tommy.
The sofa would be less obtrusive in a paler colour.
The factory is an obtrusive eyesore.
Not the less, however, came this importunately obtrusive sense of change.
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I find the music in the bar very obtrusive.
There is nothing obtrusive about the old cottages.
Look at you . How obtrusive . It is no wonder you make mistakes.
Try to wear a colour that is less obtrusive.
Not obtrusive, go up pertly courtship, you can refuse for certain.
不要莽撞, 冒冒失失上去求爱, 你肯定会遭拒绝.
So the search box is still flawed, but much less obtrusive.
Equally obtrusive was the graffiti.
The changes of the seasons are obtrusive on spots of this kind than amid woodland scenery.
The modern king have become a vermiform appendix: useless when quiet ; when obtrusive, in danger of removal.
现代的君王已成了阑尾: 平时无用处,一旦突出, 即有被切除之虞.
1. undesirably noticeable;
"the obtrusive behavior of a spoiled child"
"equally obtrusive was the graffiti"
2. sticking out; protruding