简明英汉词典

outrageous
[aut5reidVEs]
adj.
蛮横的, 残暴的, 无耻的, 可恶的, 令人不可容忍的

美国传统词典[双解]

outrageous
out.ra.geous
AHD:[out-r3“j…s]
D.J.[aut6reid9*s]
K.K.[a&t6red9*s]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Grossly offensive to decency or morality.
蛮横的:对礼仪或道德非常粗俗地冒犯的

(2)

Being well beyond the bounds of good taste:
非常不文雅的:超越良好品位界限的:
outrageous epithets.
非常不文雅的称号

(3)

Having no regard for morality.
无道德的:漠视道德的

(4)

Violent or unrestrained in temperament or behavior.
残暴的:性情或行为狂暴或放纵的

(5)

Extremely unusual or unconventional; extraordinary:
非凡的:极不寻常或非常规的;非凡的:
loved to dress in outrageous clothing; found some outrageous bargains.
爱穿奇装异服;买到一些非常便宜的东西

(6)

Being beyond all reason; extravagant or immoderate:
过分的:不合乎任何情理的;放肆的或过分的:
spends an outrageous amount on entertainment.
把钱过度地花在娱乐上

继承用法

outrageously
adv.(副词)

outrageousness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

outrageousflagrantatrociousmonstrous

(2)

These adjectives mean grievously or conspicuously bad or appalling; the terms are often used interchangeably. Something outrageous is grossly offensive to decency, morality, or good taste:
这些形容词都意味着极其或显而易见糟糕的或骇人的,这些词条常被交替使用。Outrageous 修饰的事物是极不体面、不道德或不风雅的:
an outrageous lie;
无耻的谎言;
was subjected to outrageous cruelty. What is flagrant is glaringly or scandalously reprehensible:
被残酷地对待。 Flagrant 指的事物是明显或可耻地该当责难的:
“The adherence of the United States to the Monroe Doctrine may force the United States . . . in flagrant cases of such wrongdoing . . . to the exercise of an international police power” (Theodore Roosevelt).
“美国对门罗主义的信奉也许会迫使美国…在理该责难的错误行径中…动用世界宪兵的威力” (西奥多·罗斯福)。

(3)

Atrocious means extremely wicked or cruel:
Atrocious 指极为邪恶或凶残:
Murder is an atrocious crime.
谋杀是一种残忍的犯罪活动。

(4)

Monstrous describes what is shockingly hideous or frightful:
Monstrous 指令人极端惊骇或害怕的:
“There was no excess too monstrous for them to commit” (Nicholas P.S. Wiseman).
“多么令人感到可怕的事他们都能干出来” (尼古拉斯·P.S·魏兹曼)

现代英汉词典

outrageous
[aJt5reIdVEs]
adj.

(1)

粗暴的;残暴的

(2)

极无礼的;十分讨厌的, 令人愤慨的
her outrageous jokes
她的玩笑很无礼

现代英汉综合大辞典

outrageous
[aut5reidVEs]
adj.

(1)

蛮横的, 残暴的; 无耻的, 令人不能容忍的

(2)

侮辱人的, 极恶劣的

(3)

令人震惊的; 令人愤慨的
an outrageous price
令人气愤的价格

继承用法

outrageously
adv.

outrageousness
n.

用法词典

outrageous
来自古法语outrageus;outrage+-ous

英文相关词典

outrageous
absurd    bizarre    crazy    disgraceful    excessive    exorbitant    extreme    foolish    insulting    nonsensical    preposterous    ridiculous    scandalous    shameful    shocking    unwarranted    

美国传统词典

outrageous
out.ra.geous
AHD:[out-r3“j…s]
D.J.[aut6reid/*s]
K.K.[a&t6red/*s]
adj.

(1)

Grossly offensive to decency or morality.

(2)

Being well beyond the bounds of good taste:
outrageous epithets.

(3)

Having no regard for morality.

(4)

Violent or unrestrained in temperament or behavior.

(5)

Extremely unusual or unconventional; extraordinary:
loved to dress in outrageous clothing; found some outrageous bargains.

(6)

Being beyond all reason; extravagant or immoderate:
spends an outrageous amount on entertainment.

继承用法

outrageously
adv.

outrageousness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

outrageous, flagrant, atrocious, monstrous

(2)

These adjectives mean grievously or conspicuously bad or appalling; the terms are often used interchangeably. Something outrageous is grossly offensive to decency, morality, or good taste:
an outrageous lie;
was subjected to outrageous cruelty. What is flagrant is glaringly or scandalously reprehensible:
“The adherence of the United States to the Monroe Doctrine may force the United States . . . in flagrant cases of such wrongdoing . . . to the exercise of an international police power” (Theodore Roosevelt).

(3)

Atrocious means extremely wicked or cruel:
Murder is an atrocious crime.

(4)

Monstrous describes what is shockingly hideous or frightful:
“There was no excess too monstrous for them to commit” (Nicholas P.S. Wiseman).

英汉化学大词典

outrageous
adj.残暴的,荒谬绝伦的

英汉经贸大词典

outrageous
adj.残暴的,荒谬绝伦的

英汉计算机大词典

outrageous
adj.残暴的(荒谬绝伦的)

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