简明英汉词典

nasty
[5nAsti]
adj.
污秽的, 肮脏的, 令人厌恶的, 淫秽的, 下流的, 凶相的, 威胁的

美国传统词典[双解]

nasty
nas.ty
AHD:[n2s“t?]
D.J.[6n#sti8]
K.K.[6n#sti]
adj.(形容词)
nas.ti.ernas.ti.est

(1)

Disgustingly dirty.
肮脏的:脏得引人作呕的

(2)

Physically repellent.
难闻的:引起身体上的厌恶的

(3)

Morally offensive; indecent.See Synonyms at offensive
猥亵的,下流的:道德上应受谴责的;下流的参见 offensive

(4)

Malicious; spiteful:
恶意的;卑鄙的:
“Will he say nasty things at my funeral?”(Ezra Pound)
“他将要在我的葬礼上说一些恶语中伤的话吧?”(埃兹拉·庞德)

(5)

Very unpleasant or annoying:
使人不愉快的; 烦人的 :非常使人不愉快或使人生气的:
nasty weather; a nasty trick.See Synonyms at dirty
令人不快的天气;令人生气的诡计参见 dirty

(6)

Painful or dangerous; grave:
严重的:痛苦的或危险的;严重的
a nasty accident.
一次严重的事故

(7)

Exasperatingly difficult to solve or handle:
难处理的:难以理解,处理或解决的:
a nasty puzzle; a nasty problem.
难以解决的疑团;难以解决的问题
n.(名词)
【复数】 nas.ties
One that is nasty:
讨厌的家伙:
“It is the business of museums to present us with nasties as well as with fine things”(Country Life)
“博物馆的职责是向我们展示一些好的东西同时也有坏的东西”(乡村生活)

语源

(1)

Middle English nasti
中古英语 nasti

(2)

possibly alteration of Old French nastre [bad]
可能为 古法语 nastre的变化 [坏的]

(3)

short for villenastre
villenastre的简写

(4)

vilein [bad] * see villain
vilein [坏的] *参见 villain

(5)

-astre [pejorative suff.] from Latin -aster
-astre [轻视的副主教] 源自 拉丁语 -aster

继承用法

nastily
adv.(副词)

nastiness
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

nasty
[5nB:stI; (?@) nAstI]
adj.
-tier, -tiest

(1)

丑陋的;令人不愉快的;讨厌的
nasty medicine
气味难闻的药

(2)

有害的;危险的

现代英汉综合大辞典

nasty
[5nAsti]
adj.

(1)

肮脏的; (气味)令人作呕的, 淫秽的; 卑鄙的

(2)

(天气等)令人不愉快的, 讨厌的, 恶劣的

(3)

严重的; 痛苦的; 难以应付的

(4)

生气的, 脾气坏的, 恶意的

(5)

危险的, 有威胁性的

(6)

平庸的
a nasty person
一个卑鄙的人
a nasty smell
难闻的气味
a nasty story
一个猥亵的故事
a nasty room
一个肮脏的房间
nasty weather
令人厌恶的天气
a nasty cut
严重的伤口
a nasty rock to climb
一 块难爬的岩石
a nasty remark
恶毒的话
a nasty look
一付凶相
be nasty to sb.
跟某人闹别扭
Don't be nasty.
别发火。
Things look nasty for me.
事情看来不妙。

词性变化

nasty
[5nAsti]
n.
讨厌的家伙或事物

继承用法

nastily
adv.

词性变化

nastiness
n.

习惯用语

a nasty one
[口]严重的挫败; 令人不快的经历; 令人难堪的问题

a nasty piece [bit] of work [goods]
讨厌的人, 卑鄙的人

英文相关词典

nasty
dirty    disgusting    filthy    foul    nauseating    obnoxious    odious    offensive    repulsive    revolting    sickening    unpleasant    vile    clean    nice    

[七国语言]英汉地理大词典

nasty
感性

[七国语言]英汉生物学大词典

nasty
感性

美国传统词典

nasty
nas.ty
AHD:[n2s“t?]
D.J.[6n#sti8]
K.K.[6n#sti]
adj.
nas.ti.er, nas.ti.est

(1)

Disgustingly dirty.

(2)

Physically repellent.

(3)

Morally offensive; indecent.See Synonyms at offensive

(4)

Malicious; spiteful:
“Will he say nasty things at my funeral?”(Ezra Pound)

(5)

Very unpleasant or annoying:
nasty weather; a nasty trick.See Synonyms at dirty

(6)

Painful or dangerous; grave:
a nasty accident.

(7)

Exasperatingly difficult to solve or handle:
a nasty puzzle; a nasty problem.
n.
pl. nas.ties
One that is nasty:
“It is the business of museums to present us with nasties as well as with fine things”(Country Life)

语源

(1)

Middle English nasti

(2)

possibly alteration of Old French nastre [bad]

(3)

short for villenastre

(4)

vilein [bad] * see villain

(5)

-astre [pejorative suff.] from Latin -aster

继承用法

nastily
adv.

nastiness
n.

[名词委审定]英汉植物学名词(1991)

nasty
感性

英汉化学大词典

nasty
adj.很脏的,险恶的,难应付的

英汉计算机大词典

nasty
adj.很脏的(险恶的,难应付的)

英汉建筑大词典

nasty
adj.难处理的

英汉心理学大词典

nasty
感性

英汉医学大词典

nasty
n.倾性

英汉中医大词典

nasty
n.脏的,淫秽的,使人不愉快的

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