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  • satiric

    TOEFL

    • [sə'tɪrɪk]
    • [sə'tɪrɪk]

    释义

    • adj.
      含讽刺意味的,嘲讽的; 俳谐;
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    His satiric poem spared neither the politicians nor the merchants.

    政客们和商人们都未能免于遭受他的诗篇的讽刺.

    辞典例句

    No need to use such satiric word.

    没必要用这么讽刺的言语.

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    The satiric play is pregnant with meaning.

    这部讽刺剧意味无穷.

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    The newspaper often use the satiric words.

    这份报纸经常使用一些讽刺的词汇.

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    His writing could be diabolically satiric.

    他的作品极具讽刺性.

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    Life is, sometimes, satiric.

    人生有时候, 总是很讽刺.

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    His cartoon has a satiric humor.

    他的漫画作品饶富幽默的反讽.

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    It was the manner of expression, the satiric method that made them interesting and entertaining.

    而是表达的方式 、 讽刺的方法手段使它们变得有趣和引人入胜.

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    He worked painstakingly on his poems, developed a satiric, concise, smooth, graceful and well - balanced style.

    他致力于诗歌创作, 发展了讽刺, 简练, 通顺, 优雅,平衡的风格.

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    Perhaps the most striking quality of satiric literature is its freshness, its originality of perspective.

    或许讽刺文学最显著的特点是其视角的新颖性和独特性.

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. exposing human folly to ridicule;

      "a persistent campaign of mockery by the satirical fortnightly magazine"

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