- 美[ əˈfrʌnt]
- vt.公开侮辱; 冒犯; 面对; <古>相遇
- 复数: affronts;
- 第三人称单数: affronts;
- 过去式: affronted;
- 过去分词: affronted;
- 现在分词: affronting;
He hoped they would not feel affronted if they were not invited .
an affronted expression
...an incident which particularly affronted Kasparov.
It's an affront to human dignity to keep someone alive like this...
She has taken my enquiry as a personal affront.
In this heat every extra gesture was an affront to the common store of life.
英汉文学 - 盖茨比
His speech was an affront to all the members of the community.
When he was ploughed for his fina he looked upon it as a personnal affront.
She views me, a white male, as a personal affront.
It's a personal affront to me and every member of our congress.
His speech is an affront to all members of the community.
Your behaviour is an affront to public decency.
It was an affront to common decency.
She did not dare affront him.
His speech was an affront to all members of the community.
Now, an difficult problem of commercial banks affront is how to eliminate credit risk better.
The totalitarian world even finds symbols of love and worship an affront.
His speech was an affront to them.
Immediately a wave of indignation at this affront swept over the country.
He took his son's desertion as a personal affront.
He was not a man to sit down with affront.
These acts are an affront to all standards of human decency and international law.
They did not want to affront this mad woman.
His speech was an affront to all decent members of the community.
Mr K ? hler seemed to be offering an economic justification, an affront to their instinctive pacifism.
This remark caused affront to many people.
His speech was an affront to all members of the counity.
Her mind was now very susceptible to affront.
Leaving during his speech was an affront to the speaker.
Some see such images as a blasphemous affront to faith and an attack on believers.
1. a deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of an affront;
"turning his back on me was a deliberate insult"
1. treat, mention, or speak to rudely;
"He insulted her with his rude remarks"
"the student who had betrayed his classmate was dissed by everyone"