- n.（对某人容貌、性格等所进行的）人身攻击; 人身攻击( personality的名词复数 ); 人格; 名人; 特色;
The contest was as much about personalities as it was about politics.
She is one of the wealthiest, most ubiquitous media personalities around.
There seemed to be a degree of personalities in her remarks.
Personalities are not in good taste in general conversation.
They get well along in public, but their personalities don't really click.
The instructor never talks personalities.
They take pains to hire people whose personalities predispose them to serve customers well.
She knew many theatrical personalities and had worked, among others, with George Bernard Shaw.
Some children have more sociable personalities than others.
A number of local personalities were present at the meeting.
The man on the television show interviews outstanding personalities.
They get along in public, but their personalities don't really click.
Finite personalities are insubstantial fragments of this engulfing spiritual unity.
He ghosts for a number of sports personalities who ` write'newspaper columns.
他给一些为报纸专栏‘写 ’ 文章的体育界名人做捉刀人.
Pettiness was incompatible not only with their personalities, but with their presences.