- n.缺陷( vice的名词复数 ); 恶习; 不道德行为; 台钳;
In spite of his vices, he was loved by all.
He vituperated from the pulpit the vices of the court.
Lying and cruelty are vices.
Intellectual pretension was never one of his vices.
They parade their virtuous beliefs and hide their vices.
This horse has no vices of shying and tossing.
Sherry is one of my little vices!
He swept away the virtues and the vices, the established laws of good and evil.
I have many vices, but cowardice , or want of gratitude , are none of the number.
我诚然有许多坏处, 可决不怯懦, 决不忘恩负义.
The virtue ought to be sisters since the vices are brothers.
Yet the Senate has virtues as well as vices.
Gratitude is the least of virtues; ingratitude the worst of vices.
We will always be afflicted with the vices of a political constitution.
All vices are less serious when they are opened.
Technology is becoming embedded in all sorts of products and ser - vices.