简明英汉词典

decry
[di5krai]
v.
谴责

美国传统词典[双解]

decry
de.cry
AHD:[d1-kro“]
D.J.[di6krai]
K.K.[d!6kra!]
v.tr.(及物动词)
de.criedde.cry.ingde.cries

(1)

To condemn openly.
公开谴责

(2)

To depreciate (currency, for example) by official proclamation or by rumor.
贬低:通过官方声明或谣言贬低(例如货币)

语源

(1)

French décrier
法语 décrier

(2)

from Old French descrier
源自 古法语 descrier

(3)

des- [de-]
des- [表示“否定”]

(4)

crier [to cry] * see cry
crier [叫喊] *参见 cry

继承用法

decrier
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

decrydisparagedepreciatederogatebelittleminimizedowngrade

(2)

These verbs mean to think, write, or speak of as being of little value or importance.
这些动词都表示当作没有什么价值或重要性的东西想、写出或说出来。

(3)

Decry implies open denunciation or condemnation:
Decry 含有公开谴责或批评的意思:
A staunch materialist, he decries economy.
一个坚定的唯物主义者公开谴责经济。

(4)

Disparage often implies the communication of a low opinion by indirection:
Disparage 常含有间接地表达轻视的意思:
Some critics disparage psychoanalysis as being a pseudoscience. To
一些批评家轻蔑地把精神分析学看作是伪科学。

(5)

depreciate is to assign a lower than customary value to someone or something:
Depreciate 指给某人或某物的评价低于惯常人们的评价:
Some musicologists depreciate Liszt's compositions.
一些音乐学家贬低李斯特的作品。

(6)

Derogate implies a detraction that impairs:
Derogate 含有带损伤性质的贬低的意思:
People often derogate what they don't understand.
人们常诋毁他们不懂的东西。

(7)

Belittle and minimize mean to make less important, but minimize strongly implies the minimum level:
Belittle 和minimize 含有使…不那么重要的意思, 但minimize 暗指减到最低点:
belittled the child's attempts to draw;
轻视孩子为画画作出的尝试;
trying to minimize the accomplishment. To
企图最大限度的贬低他们的成就。

(8)

downgrade is to minimize in importance or estimation:
Downgrade 指极力贬低重要性,或进行最低估计:
Her rival downgraded the painting, calling it decorative but superficial.
她的对手极力贬低那幅画,称它华丽而肤浅

现代英汉词典

decry
[dI5kraI]
vt.
decried, decrying

(1)

责备;谴责

(2)

贬低(货币)价值

现代英汉综合大辞典

decry
[di5krai]
vt.

(1)

谴责

(2)

诋毁

(3)

大声反对, 强烈地表示不同意

(4)

(钱币等的)贬值; 贬低

用法词典

decry
法语decrier <古法语descrier
美国传统词典

decry
de.cry
AHD:[d1-kro“]
D.J.[di6krai]
K.K.[d!6kra!]
v.tr.
de.cried, de.cry.ing, de.cries

(1)

To condemn openly.

(2)

To depreciate (currency, for example) by official proclamation or by rumor.

语源

(1)

French décrier

(2)

from Old French descrier

(3)

des- [de-]

(4)

crier [to cry] * see cry

继承用法

decrier
n.

参考词汇

(1)

decry, disparage, depreciate, derogate, belittle, minimize, downgrade

(2)

These verbs mean to think, write, or speak of as being of little value or importance.

(3)

Decry implies open denunciation or condemnation:
A staunch materialist, he decries economy.

(4)

Disparage often implies the communication of a low opinion by indirection:
Some critics disparage psychoanalysis as being a pseudoscience. To

(5)

depreciate is to assign a lower than customary value to someone or something:
Some musicologists depreciate Liszt's compositions.

(6)

Derogate implies a detraction that impairs:
People often derogate what they don't understand.

(7)

Belittle and minimize mean to make less important, but minimize strongly implies the minimum level:
belittled the child's attempts to draw;
trying to minimize the accomplishment. To

(8)

downgrade is to minimize in importance or estimation:
Her rival downgraded the painting, calling it decorative but superficial.

英汉法学大词典

decry
v.贬低

英汉航海大词典

decry
n.贬值

英汉化学大词典

decry
vt.遣责,指出缺点以贬低其价值

英汉经贸大词典

decry
n.贬值

英汉计算机大词典

decry
vt.遣责(指出缺点以贬低其价值)

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