- n.断然拒绝; 挫败
Rule persisted with a blink at the rebuff.
This seemed to reach a crescendo last December when voters handed him a serious indirect rebuff.
But Russia's rebuff may stem as much from Chinese carmakers'successes as from their failings.
She wanted to invited the general manager to her wedding ceremony, but got a rebuff.
The rebuff from the academy was probably what prompted him to consider himself a genius.
Her efforts were met with a sharp rebuff.
Facts are the most powerful rebuff to rumormongers.
Her kindness to him is meeting with a cruel rebuff.
She suffered a rebuff from her manager when she raised the matter.
Did your girl friend give a rebuff to you?
你的女朋友给你钉子碰 吗 ?
If it's dispelled again, rebuff again.
Having made this rash remark, he braced himself for a polite rebuff.
——汉英文学 - 围城
To rebuff or reject with rudeness, coldness, or denial.
断然拒绝;粗鲁 、 冷漠地拒绝; 否定.
Her rebuff thoroughly deflated him.
If you never fear a rebuff you will never have one.
Fleur, still smarting from Jon's rebuff, established a country rest home for working girls.
The rebuff keyed Roth to defiance.
My father was too proud to risk a rebuff, so he simply did not ask her.
There are several flies to meet a rebuff.
I wondered whether the colonel would take this rebuff.
He avoided speaking to her, expecting a rebuff.
Everywhere a rebuff, I spent time in the company they say is not enough passion, reticent.
到处碰钉子, 呆过的公司他们都说我不够热情, 不爱说话.
Rebuff the advances of my cute interns?
Lily's blood tingled with the grossness of the rebuff.
She almost trembled at the audacity which might have carried her on to a terrible rebuff.
——英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
Her offer of help was met with a sharp rebuff.
He would rebuff enquiries in such a way as to preclude any further discussion.
His reaction was as much of a rebuff as a physical recoil.
The results of the poll dealt a humiliating rebuff to Mr Jones.
1. a deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval)
2. an instance of driving away or warding off
1. reject outright and bluntly;
"She snubbed his proposal"
2. force or drive back;
"repel the attacker"
"fight off the onslaught"
"rebuff the attack"