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uncouth
[ʌnˈkuːθ] [ʌnˈkuːθ]

  • adj. 笨拙的;粗野的;不舒适的;陌生的

网络释义英英释义

  粗俗的

... rough 粗糙的 uncouth 粗俗的 rude 粗鲁无礼的 ...

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短语

seemly uncouth 笨拙的

uncouth fellow 大老粗

uncouth a 粗笨的

Uncouth h 陌生的 ; 笨拙的

uncouth laughter 粗野的笑声

The uncouth

How Uncouth 如何粗鲁

uncouth behavior 举止粗俗

seemly - uncouth 貌美的

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uncouth [ ,ʌn'ku:θ ]

  • adj. lacking refinement or cultivation or taste

    "an untutored and uncouth human being"; " an uncouth soldier--a real tough guy"

    同义词: coarse common rough-cut vulgar

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

uncouth /ʌnˈkuːθ/ TEM8

  • 1. 

    ADJ If you describe a person as uncouth, you mean that their behaviour is vulgar, noisy, and unpleasant. (行为)粗鲁的; 吵闹的 [表不满]

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双语例句原声例句权威例句

  • "Those were uncouth birds," answered the Parrot.

    那些粗野的。”鹦鹉回答

    精选例句

  • At the very end of the poem, the uncouth swain, "rose, and twitch his mantle blue, tomorrow to fresh woods and pastures new."

    首诗最后粗鄙乡村青年:“起身抖抖披风明天新的森林牧场去。”

    精选例句

  • He manages to discard that youthful, that uncouth, affection for chastity that had been such a part of his imagination, and he marries a young woman named Mary Powell.

    抛弃那个年少无知,粗鄙对于纯洁热爱,想象一部分并且名为玛丽·鲍威尔女人结婚了。

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  • It's interesting that Milton certainly begins this headnote with suggesting directly to us that it's Milton speaking and not a fictional uncouth swain.

    弥尔顿在开头就清楚明了的告诉我们,在吟诵诗歌的人是他,而不是某个粗鄙的年轻人,这非常有意思。

    耶鲁公开课 - 弥尔顿课程节选

  • At the very end of the poem, the uncouth swain "rose, and twitch't his Mantle blue: tomorrow to fresh Woods and Pastures new."

    在诗歌的最后,这个粗鄙的年轻人吟唱到,“慢慢上升,挥动了他蔚蓝色的丝巾“,向崭新的牧场和森林眺望明天“

    耶鲁公开课 - 弥尔顿课程节选

  • Lycidas' death -- remember this is the poem that Milton didn't want to write, he was "forc'd" to write it -Lycidas' death allows the uncouth swain to grow up and to move on.

    利西达斯的死-记住这是一首,弥尔顿并不想完成的诗,他是被迫的,使得这个粗鄙的年轻人能够成长并继续前进。

    耶鲁公开课 - 弥尔顿课程节选

更多原声例句
  • But its learning curve has been painfully long, its manners uncouth and its coalition partners loutish.

    ECONOMIST: Poland's awkward government

  • Spurned by the British as a colonial, from an uncouth continent, he exacted the perfect revenge: he colonized their imagination.

    NEWYORKER: Hack Work

  • About to go in for a prostate operation and in need of feminine comfort, Maurice makes the uncouth, slatternly young woman the nearest target for his seductions.

    NEWYORKER: Venus

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