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condescension
[ˌkɒndɪˈsenʃn] [ˌkɑːndɪˈsenʃn]

  • n. 谦虚;屈尊;傲慢态度;纡尊降贵[表不满]

网络释义英英释义

  谦虚

愤恨,怨恨 condescension [,kɔndi'senʃən]n. 谦虚;屈尊;傲慢态度 humble adj. 谦卑的,谦虚的,谦恭的,恭顺的;(等级、身份、重要性等)低下的;粗劣的,粗陋的;微末的 vt.

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  自以为高人一等

... patronize以高人一等的态度对待... condescension自以为高人一等... trade贸易 ...

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  屈尊

屈尊(condescension), 此释义来源于网络辞典。

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短语

About Condescension 谦让类

Your Condescension 你谦虚

condescension humility 谦虚

condescension detail 硬要人家领情的态度

Condescension In We Row 屈尊在咱们行

But Advocates Condescension 而提倡谦虚

strategies of condescension 屈尊策略

immense condescension of posterity 赐的态度

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condescension

  • n.
    • the trait of displaying arrogance by patronizing those considered inferior

      同义词: superciliousness disdainfulness

    • a communication that indicates lack of respect by patronizing the recipient

      同义词: disdain patronage

    • affability to your inferiors and temporary disregard for differences of position or rank

      "the queen's condescension was intended to make us feel comfortable"

      同义词: condescendingness

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

condescension /ˌkɒndɪˈsɛnʃən/

  • 1. 

    N-UNCOUNT Condescension is condescending behaviour. 纡尊降贵 [表不满]

    例:

    There was a tinge of condescension in her greeting.

    她的问候中有些许的纡尊降贵。

同近义词同根词

词根: condescend

adj.

condescending 谦逊的;故意屈尊的;有优越感的

adv.

condescendingly 谦逊地;俯就地;屈尊地

v.

condescending 屈尊(condescend的ing形式)

vi.

condescend 屈尊;谦逊

双语例句原声例句权威例句

  • Her smile was a mixture of pity and condescension.

    微笑夹杂怜悯傲慢

    《牛津词典》

  • There was a tinge of condescension in her greeting.

    问候些许纡尊降贵

    《柯林斯英汉双解大词典》

  • But it often comes across as condescension.

    欧洲人往往将之视为屈尊而受。

    www.ecocn.org

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  • Now this may suggest a certain condescension both toward theory and toward literary text, which is not at all intended.

    选择这篇文章也许意味着,要对理论和文本进行一定的浓缩,这一点不是我想要的。

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  • In middle school, they had seemed pitiful—objects of sympathy, charity, and condescension, if not derision.

    NEWYORKER: Pumpkin Head

  • The young women booed him—as much for his condescension, it seemed, as for his iconoclasm.

    NEWYORKER: Election, Monitored

  • And Leigh captures, without sentimentality or condescension, the grave and stoical spirit of the English working class.

    NEWYORKER: Vera Drake

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