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raffish
[ˈræfɪʃ] [ˈræfɪʃ]

  • adj. 名誉不好的;卑鄙的;无赖的

网络释义英英释义

  俗艳的

... pettish adj. 易怒的,使性子的 raffish adj. 粗俗的;俗艳的 waggish adj. 诙谐的,滑稽的 ...

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  轻浮的

... dissolute adj.放荡的,无节制的 raffish adj.轻浮的,放荡的 profligate adj.挥金如土的n.挥霍者,放荡者 ...

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  名誉不好

名誉不好的(raffish), 此释义来源于网络辞典。

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  粗俗的

... pettish adj. 易怒的,使性子的 raffish adj. 粗俗的;俗艳的 waggish adj. 诙谐的,滑稽的 ...

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短语

Raffish Color 艳色冲突

raffish poem 宫体诗

raffish h a 粗俗的

raffish [ 'ræfiʃ ]

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 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

raffish /ˈræfɪʃ/

  • 1. 

    ADJ Raffish people and places are not very respectable but are attractive and stylish in spite of this. 人品差却招人喜欢的 [书面] [usu ADJ n]

    例:

    He was handsome in a raffish kind of way.

    他有种坏小子的帅气。

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双语例句权威例句

  • He was handsome in a raffish kind of way.

    有种坏小子帅气

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  • He the most important characteristic loaf, raffish.

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  • He was drinking cheap champagne with a raffish air.

    香槟酒的瓶塞时它砰的声开了。

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  • They were attracted by Notting Hill's central location, large houses and communal gardens—and by the raffish lifestyle associated with the area.

    ECONOMIST: London

  • By the 1970s, however, raffish Sydney had come into its own, and it has outstripped Melbourne ever since as the favoured headquarters of businesses and cultural bodies.

    ECONOMIST: Melbourne

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