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licentious
[laɪˈsenʃəs] [laɪˈsenʃəs]

  • adj. 放肆的;放纵的

网络释义英英释义

  放肆的

... PHD doctor of philosophy除了医学、法律、神学外其它学科博士。 licentious 放肆的 licit 合法的、正当的 ...

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  放荡

... Insomniac 失眠 (晚上睡不着,白天打瞌睡——请用白加黑) Licentious 放荡的 (耍帅不计后果) Misanthrope 厌世者 (我就是特立独行,请离我远一点) ...

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  放浪

... Insomniac 失眠 Licentious 放浪 Misanthrope 厌世 ...

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  荒淫

licentious(荒淫的), 此释义来源于网络辞典。

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短语

licentious detail 猖狂自恣

licentious criminal 淫乱性犯罪人

Old But still licentious 老不正经

Extremely Licentious Corruption 极度荒淫腐败

Licentious like you 像你这样翻译公司 ; 荒淫喜欢您 ; 正在翻译

So Licentious Alive 就那么放肆活着

live a licentious life 慆淫

any wild riotous licentious merrymaking 纵酒饮乐

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licentious [ lai'senʃəs ]

  • adj. lacking moral discipline; especially sexually unrestrained

    "coarse and licentious men"

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

licentious /laɪˈsɛnʃəs/

  • 1. 

    ADJ If you describe a person as licentious, you mean that they are very immoral, especially in their sexual behaviour. (尤指性行为)不道德的 [正式]

    例:

    ...alarming stories of licentious behaviour.

    ...那些放荡行为的骇人听闻的故事。

  • 2. 

    licentiousness N-UNCOUNT

    例:

    ...moral licentiousness.

    ...道德败坏。

同近义词同根词

词根: licentious

n.

licentiousness 放荡;放肆

双语例句权威例句

  • Life is short, so smile while you are still young, I can licentious.

    人生所以吧,趁现在年轻放肆的时候。

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  • They longed for the gorgeous, licentious place their memories turned into paradise.

    他们渴望那种灿烂,无拘束地方因为记忆中,这些地方是天堂

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  • Life eis short, so smile while you are still young, I can licentious.

    人生所以吧,趁此时年轻放肆的时候。

    m.qqdaquan.com

更多双语例句
  • The political mess in Chechnya matches the military one: the Kremlin-backed puppet government is divided, weak and discredited, particularly because it is unable to protect ordinary Chechens against licentious Russian soldiers.

    ECONOMIST: A gleam of hope for peace in miserable, war-weary Chechnya

  • But long before Ms Feinstein considers Pushkin's downfall amid the hostile, treacherous and sexually licentious members of Nicholas I's court, she draws a sympathetic, if not always approving, portrait of Pushkin's contradictory and flawed genius.

    ECONOMIST: Russian writers

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