- adj.醒悟的; 幻想破灭的; 不抱幻想的; 大失所望的
- v.使不再抱幻想，使理想破灭( disillusion的过去式和过去分词); 唤醒
He disillusioned his fans by his sloppy play.
The " Imperial President " was a straw man created by defensive congressmen and by disillusioned liberals.
“ 帝王式总统 ” 是一批为自己文过饰非的议员和一些失望的自由派创造出来的一个稻草人.
The disillusioned move to other careers as much as to other countries.
Many people who are disillusioned in reality assimilate life to a dream.
She was soon disillusioned.
Coverdale quickly becomes disillusioned with farm work.
John is disillusioned with life in general.
He became a progressively harsh and disillusioned critic of his country's failings.
Before Twi, Rob became so disillusioned with acting that he was considering giving it up altogether.
God does not disillusioned with us because He had no illusions in the first place!
The students disillusioned about the romance of camping once the heavy rains collapsed their tent.
He's very disillusioned with the present government.
If the king had hoped for peace, he was to be sadly disillusioned.
Many common people are very disillusioned with the present government.
He studied the Hindu scriptures under Brahmin priests, but became disillusioned with the teachings of Hinduism.
He disillusioned in his wife.
It was as if, completely disillusioned, he no longer cared about winning praise or fame.
汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子
One hopes for so much from a chicken and is so dreadfully disillusioned.
Disillusioned voters want an alternative to the two main parties.
Those who could not take the heat , as it were, left their employment feeling disillusioned.
I soon became disillusioned with the job.
I gradually got rather disillusioned with the whole setup of the university.
He was soon disillusioned by the government's timidity on social reform.
He said he had been bitterly disillusioned by his country's failure to change into a democracy.
He had become disillusioned because he could not find a job.
I've become very disillusioned with politics.
He romanticized the past as he became disillusioned with his present.
We had both become jaded, disinterested, and disillusioned.
During the presidential campaign, Barack Obama assembled a racially and ideologically diverse coalition with his message of hope and change; as the reality of life under a new administration settles in, some of those supporters might become disillusioned.
1. freed from illusion