翻译
  • unappreciated

    • [ˌʌnəˈpri:ʃieɪtɪd]
    • [ˌunəˈpriʃiˌetɪd]

    释义

    • adj.
      未被欣赏的;
  • 实用场景例句

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    He was in a job where he felt unappreciated and undervalued.

    他以前的工作未让他感到受赏识和重视。

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    The charms of their subtlety passed by her unappreciated.

    话里的微妙刻薄意味,她一概不能领会.

    辞典例句

    If it does happen, we tend to feel ignored, overlooked and unappreciated.

    如果出现了这种情况, 我们会觉得自己被低估、被忽视了, 并且不受到赏识.

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    Customers who feel unimportant, unappreciated or taken for granted that their business elsewhere.

    如果顾客觉得自己不受重视 、 不被珍惜,或是被视为理所当然,就会转而光顾其他企业.

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    EXAMPLE: The company's disgruntled employees felt underpaid and unappreciated; they never showed enthusiasm for their work.

    这家公司心怀不满的员工觉得薪酬过低,且得不到赏识; 他们对工作毫无热情.

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    Quality assurance is an often overlooked and unappreciated aspect of overall quality laboratory performance.

    质量保证工作在男科实验室常常被忽略.

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    The truth and the work of God are unappreciated by a world - loving and compromising Christianity.

    上帝的真理和作为,决不是贪爱世俗和与罪恶妥协的基督徒所能领会的.

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    Conserving is often unappreciated act , and the impacts of your choices may never be directly seen.

    节约通常不受赏识, 而且效果也不是显而易见.

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    And if they still don't catch on, let them know when you feel unappreciated.

    如果他们还是无法领悟, 那就在你需要感激的时候告诉他们.

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. not likely to be rewarded;

      "grading papers is a thankless task"

    • 2. having value that is not acknowledged
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