- v.击退( repel的过去式和过去分词 ); 使厌恶; 排斥; 推开;
She was very striking but in some way I felt repelled.
They repelled the enemy.
The minister tremulously , but decidedly , repelled the old man's arm.
而丁梅斯代尔牧师却 哆里哆嗦 地断然推开了那老人的胳臂.
英汉文学 - 红字
Mr. Dimmesdale gently repelled their entreaties.
英汉文学 - 红字
The posturing before the cameras on both sides repelled me.
His long, rough beard repelled her.
His style still repelled readers.
The fort's defenders repelled the attacking enemy.
His greasy hair repelled her.
The sight of such luxury repelled him.
She repelled him / his advances , ie discouraged him / them.
Any deformity frightened and repelled her.
I was within and without , simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the inexhaustible variety of life.
英汉文学 - 盖茨比
She felt disinclined, almost repelled, by the thought of intimacies and scenes of contacts.
I am repelled by the " dampness, " as he called it, and the swarming of Romantic feelings.
我对他所谓的 “ 沮丧 ” 和诸多的浪漫主义情调抱有反感.