简明英汉词典

disgust
[dis5^Qst]
n.
厌恶, 嫌恶
vi.
令人厌恶, 令人反感
vt.
使作呕

美国传统词典[双解]

disgust
dis.gust
AHD:[d1s-g?st“]
D.J.[dis6g(st]
K.K.[d!s6g(st]
v.tr.(及物动词)
dis.gust.eddis.gust.ingdis.gusts

(1)

To excite nausea or loathing in; sicken.
引起恶心或反感;使作呕

(2)

To offend the taste or moral sense of; repel.
排斥,嫌弃:不和某种口味,或违反道德观念;拒斥
n.(名词)
Profound aversion or repugnance excited by something offensive.
厌恶,憎恶:由令人憎恶的事引起极深的厌恶或反感

语源

(1)

French dégo?ter
法语 dégo?ter

(2)

from Old French desgouster
源自 古法语 desgouster

(3)

from Old French [to lose one's appetite]
源自 古法语 [失去食欲]

(4)

des- [dis-]
des- [表示“不,否定”的意思]

(5)

gouster [to eat, taste] from Latin gust3e * see geus-
gouster [吃,品尝] 源自 拉丁语 gust3e *参见 geus-

参考词汇

(1)

disgustnauseaterepelrevoltsicken

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to offend the senses or feelings of”:
这些动词的中心意思都是“使厌恶,使讨厌”;
a stench that disgusted us;
令我们作呕的恶臭;
hypocrisy that nauseated me;
令我厌恶的虚伪;
was repelled by such ruthlessness;
如此残忍无情令人憎恶;
brutality that revolts the sensibilities of civilized people;
暴行令有教养的人深感厌恶;
a fetid odor that sickened the hospital workers.
恶臭的气味令医院工作人员作呕

现代英汉词典

disgust
[dIs5^Qst]
n.
厌恶;恶心;憎恶
The smell filled me with disgust.
这股气味使我作呕。
What a disgusting smell!
多么令人作呕的气味!

词性变化

disgust
vt.
使厌恶;使作呕
The bad fish had a disgusting smell.
这条坏鱼有一股令人作呕的气味。
We're all disgusted at the way her husband has treated her.
"她的丈夫那样对待她,使我们都感到厌恶。"
This smell disgusts me.
这气味使我作呕。

现代英汉综合大辞典

disgust
[dis5^Qst]
vt.
使厌恶, 令人作呕

继承用法

be disgusted at
嫌, 讨厌, 唾弃, 对...作呕

be disgusted by
嫌, 讨厌, 唾弃, 对...作呕

be disgusted with
嫌, 讨厌, 唾弃, 对...作呕
His behaviour disgusted everybody.
他的行为遭到众人的唾弃。
The food disgusted me.
这食物使我感到恶心。

词性变化

disgust
[dis5^Qst]
vi.
令人厌恶; 令人作呕
Too rich food soon disgusts.
过于油腻的食物很快会使人厌腻。

disgust
[dis5^Qst]
n.
作呕, 憎恶, 反感(at, for, towards, against)
take a disgust at
嫌, 讨厌
to one's disgust
可厌的是; 令人作呕的是 disgusted

disgust
[dis5^Qst]
adj.
充满厌恶心的

disgustedly
adv.

disgustful
[dIs`^QstfJl]
adj.

(1)

令人作呕的, 使人讨厌的

(2)

因厌恶而产生的

disgusting
[dIs`^QstIN]
adj.

disgustingly
adv.

用法词典

disgust
源自拉丁语disgustus
英文相关词典

disgust
nauseate    offend    repel    revolt    sicken    delight    please    

美国传统词典

disgust
dis.gust
AHD:[d1s-g?st“]
D.J.[dis6g(st]
K.K.[d!s6g(st]
v.tr.
dis.gust.ed, dis.gust.ing, dis.gusts

(1)

To excite nausea or loathing in; sicken.

(2)

To offend the taste or moral sense of; repel.
n.
Profound aversion or repugnance excited by something offensive.

语源

(1)

French dégo?ter

(2)

from Old French desgouster

(3)

from Old French [to lose one's appetite]

(4)

des- [dis-]

(5)

gouster [to eat, taste] from Latin gust3e * see geus-

参考词汇

(1)

disgust, nauseate, repel, revolt, sicken

(2)

The central meaning shared by these verbs is “to offend the senses or feelings of”:
a stench that disgusted us;
hypocrisy that nauseated me;
was repelled by such ruthlessness;
brutality that revolts the sensibilities of civilized people;
a fetid odor that sickened the hospital workers.

英汉化学大词典

disgust
n.厌恶;vt.厌恶

英汉计算机大词典

disgust
n.厌恶;vt.厌恶

英汉心理学大词典

disgust
厌恶

英汉中医大词典

disgust
n.发呕,厌恶,作呕

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