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  • vapid

    GRE

    • [ˈvæpɪd]
    • [ˈvæpɪd, ˈvepɪd]

    释义

    • adj.
      乏味的; 无滋味的; 无趣味的; 无生气的
  • 词态变化

    • 名词: vapidity;
  • 实用场景例句

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    • 乏味的
    • 无生气地

    In June they left the vapid Mr Hatoyama in no doubt he should resign.

    六月,他们又“免掉”了毫无作为的鸠山由纪夫,毋庸置疑鸠山应该辞职.

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    A sort of vapid eagerness flitted across Winston's face at the mention of Big Brother.

    提到老大哥,温斯顿的脸上便了无生气地掠过了一丝向往的表情.

    英汉文学

    The theory is vapid, while the life is colorful.

    理论是灰色的, 唯生活之树常青.

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    You are obviously not a contactee or you would not ask such a vapid question.

    很明显,你不是联系人,否则你是不会问这么一个没有意思的问题的.

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    The next issue is that reviewing is generally dull and vapid.

    接下来的问题就是,复习是一个枯燥无味的工作.

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    In vapid Listlessness I leant my head against the window, and continued spelling over Catherine Earnshaw?

    我无精打采地把头靠在窗子上, 接连地拼写着凯瑟琳?

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    Tom dislikes vapid food.

    汤姆不喜欢无味的食物.

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    Gave a vapid and unmeaning response to a difficult query.

    对一个难于回答的提问作出了一个干瘪而无甚意义的反应.

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    Too much hard working will make life vapid and kill the vitality and sunshine of life.

    多虚伪呀,功用太重又索然无味扼杀了生命的生机与灿烂.

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    Sun Xiu was taught a lesson, feeling vapid. He left with a touch of his nose.

    孙休被扁子教训了一顿,自觉无趣, 摸摸鼻子,走了.

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    He did the same thing year by year and found life vapid.

    他每年做着同样的事,觉得生活索然无味.

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    But theproblem is that Ms Merkel has been delivering similarly vapid speeches aroundthe whole country.

    但是问题在于Merkel已经在全国范围内宣讲了她那单调乏味的演说.

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    With every advantage of lungs and elocution, the effect is vapid.

    然而,扯着嗓子 、 扬顿挫地朗诵,其结果却是令听者兴味索然.

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    With every advantage of lungs and elocution, the effect is singularly vapid.

    然而,扯着嗓子、抑扬顿挫地朗诵, 其结果却是令听者兴味索然.

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    His conversation was vapid in the extreme.

    他谈话乏味已极.

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    She made a vapid comment about the weather.

    她对天气作了一番平淡无奇的评论。

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. lacking taste or flavor or tang;

      "a bland diet"

      "insipid hospital food"

      "flavorless supermarket tomatoes"

      "vapid beer"

      "vapid tea"

    • 2. lacking significance or liveliness or spirit or zest;

      "a vapid conversation"

      "a vapid smile"

      "a bunch of vapid schoolgirls"

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