简明英汉词典

insubordinate
[7insE5bC:dnit]
adj.
不顺从的, 不听话的

美国传统词典[双解]

insubordinate
in.sub.or.di.nate
AHD:[1n”s…-b?r“dn-1t]
D.J.[7ins*6b%8rdnit]
K.K.[7!ns*6b%rdn!t]
adj.(形容词)
Not submissive to authority:
不服从权威的:
has a history of insubordinate behavior.
有违抗行为的记载

继承用法

insubordinate
n.(名词)

insubordinately
adv.(副词)

insubordination
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

insubordinaterebelliousmutinousfactiousseditious

(2)

These adjectives mean in opposition to and usually in defiance of established authority.
这些形容词有反对并通常蔑视权威的意思。

(3)

Insubordinate implies failure or refusal to recognize or submit to the authority of a superior:
Insubondinate 暗示没有或拒绝承认或顺从上级的权威:
To be insubordinate is to invite dismissal from a corporation.
不服从将会被公司解雇。

(4)

Rebellious implies open defiance of authority or resistance to control:
Rebellious 暗指公开的蔑视权威或拒绝受控制:
Rebellious students stubbornly demanded that the CIA be prevented from recruiting on campus.
反抗的学生们坚决要求不准中央情报局在学校里招募人员。

(5)

Mutinous pertains to revolt against constituted authority, especially that of a naval or military command:
Mutinous 指反抗合法当局,特别是指海军和陆军的命令:
“The men became mutinous and insubordinate” (Walter Besant).
“人们变得反叛和不服从命令” (瓦特·贝赞特)。

(6)

Factious implies the promotion or existence of divisiveness, dissension, or disunity within a group or an organization:
Factious 暗指一个团体或组织内部分裂、不和或不团结的存在或加剧:
“The army has been embroiled in a standoff battle against a [hornets'] nest of factious groups, including opium warlords” (Time).
部队卷入了一场对抗 队伍的僵持战,包括鸦片军阀 (《时代》)。

(7)

Seditious applies principally to the treasonous stirring up of resistance or rebellion against a government:
Seditious 主要用于以反叛方式挑起对政府的抵制或反叛:
Thomas Paine's pamphlet Common Sense must have seemed seditious to colonial Tories.
对于殖民主义的托利党人来说托马斯·潘恩的小册子《常识》 一定显得具有煽动性

现代英汉词典

insubordinate
[InsE5bC:dInEt]
adj.
不服从的;犯上的

现代英汉综合大辞典

insubordinate
[7insE5bC:dnit]
adj.

(1)

不服从的, 不愿屈从权力的; 倔强的

(2)

地位不低的

词性变化

insubordinate
[7insE5bC:dnit]
n.
不服从者, 反抗者

继承用法

insubordinately
adv.

词性变化

insubordination
n.
不服从, 反抗, 不屈服, 倔强

美国传统词典

insubordinate
in.sub.or.di.nate
AHD:[1n”s…-b?r“dn-1t]
D.J.[7ins*6b%8rdnit]
K.K.[7!ns*6b%rdn!t]
adj.
Not submissive to authority:
has a history of insubordinate behavior.

继承用法

insubordinate
n.

insubordinately
adv.

insubordination
n.

参考词汇

(1)

insubordinate, rebellious, mutinous, factious, seditious

(2)

These adjectives mean in opposition to and usually in defiance of established authority.

(3)

Insubordinate implies failure or refusal to recognize or submit to the authority of a superior:
To be insubordinate is to invite dismissal from a corporation.

(4)

Rebellious implies open defiance of authority or resistance to control:
Rebellious students stubbornly demanded that the CIA be prevented from recruiting on campus.

(5)

Mutinous pertains to revolt against constituted authority, especially that of a naval or military command:
“The men became mutinous and insubordinate” (Walter Besant).

(6)

Factious implies the promotion or existence of divisiveness, dissension, or disunity within a group or an organization:
“The army has been embroiled in a standoff battle against a [hornets'] nest of factious groups, including opium warlords” (Time).

(7)

Seditious applies principally to the treasonous stirring up of resistance or rebellion against a government:
Thomas Paine's pamphlet Common Sense must have seemed seditious to colonial Tories.

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