翻译
  • unsavory

    • ['ʌn'seɪvərɪ]
    • [ʌn'seɪvərɪ]

    释义

    • adj.
      <美>没有味道的; 难闻的; (令人)讨厌的; (道德上)名誉不好的;
  • 实用场景例句

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    I have cleared my piazza of that unsavory flytrap.

    我除掉了走廊上这只臭不可闻的捕蝇器啦.

    辞典例句

    He became appalled at unsavory tricks.

    如此心狠手辣的手段,使他惊呆了.

    辞典例句

    You'll be in the loving mood but don't let that lead to an unsavory state.

    沉浸在爱的情绪中,但是不要让它发展为令人讨厌的情况.

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    I'm ill, and so have to drink these unsavory tea herbs every day.

    我病了, 每天都要喝这些难喝的水剂.

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    Lurid crimes. At other times it merely refers to glaring and usually unsavory sensationalism.

    耸人听闻的罪行. 该词极少用来指怒目而视的并且通常是令人不快的危言耸听.

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    Although the bonding profession has an unsavory reputation, these businesspeople of criminal justice facilitate court operations.

    尽管保释职业名誉不好, 但是刑事司法中的这些商人有助于法院的工作.

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. morally offensive;

      "an unsavory reputation"

      "an unsavory scandal"

    • 2. not pleasing in odor or taste
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  • 同义词

    unpleasant

  • 反义词

    adj.无味的;名誉不好

    savory

    其他释义

    daintydelicious

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