- adv.不公平地，不公正地; 不正当地;
- 名词: unfairness;
- 形容词: unfair;
He unfairly blamed Frances for the failure.
He had unfairly presented a caricature of my views.
Workers who have been unfairly dismissed may claim compensation.
The court ruled that Ms Hill had been unfairly dismissed.
Any man deserves redress if he has been injured unfairly.
Some shops marked up the goods unfairly.
The interest of usury is unfairly high.
Everyone feels resentment at being treated unfairly.
An industrial tribunal has no jurisdiction to decide whether an employee was fairly or unfairly dismissed.
Students have no way of getting back at a teacher who marks their work unfairly.
I was indignant because I felt that I had been punished unfairly.
Most of the victims felt that they had been dismissed unfairly.
The workers voiced their indignation at being unfairly dismissed.
He raised his price unfairly.
" One thing I'm not mistaken about today is that your aunt accused me unfairly. "
鸿渐道: “今天我不认错的,是你姑母冤枉我. ”
汉英文学 - 围城收起实用场景例句
1. in an unfair manner;
"they dealt with him unfairly"
"their accusations hit below the belt"